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Hello, As far as I examine this model on the web,I discover that your TV has the following features as:
Feature: Combination TV/VCR featuring 13-inch TV and 2-head mono VCR
Feature: Front AV input jacks for game system; 181-channel tuner for access to unscrambled cable broadcast
Feature: 1 video, 1 audio (mono) input in front; RF coaxial antenna input in back
Feature: Mono output and built-in speaker; headphone jack
This means that you do not have "A/V output" jack to complete your desire.. Sorry about it.. Take care and please Remember to rate/vote and give me 4 Thumbs Up for Helping out the Community :) Hope this helps!
What you can try:
- Check the DirecTV code set for the following brands:
Funai, Symphonic, Sylvania, Aventura, Durabrand,
ESA, Magnavox, INSIGNIA, and Misakai
Your set and the above-named are all built by Funai.
Even if you find one that works, it probably will not give you full functionality as would the original TV remote, which you can probably find at http:\\www.remotes.com
Before you buy any 'universal' remote, please don't expect it to absolutely work with your set; there is no such thing as a 'universal' remote. If you find one that interests you, take the time to look up the mfr.'s website and check the code lists for your set.
dont you have the original remote ? I would purchase another one if you can find one online -- that way you dont lose any functions --- I can help you find one --- just give me that complete model number ?
Pretty much a hoax on those diverter boxes. People ran out and bought them thinking that won't have reception. I have many years in maintenance and several years in nursing homes with different tv's in every room. Not once have I needed a box to pick up channels with or without cable. I myself get 16 channels with rabbit ears and thats enough for me. And I do own a combo as well and it has simple antenna and does me just fine. Depending on your location, the old tv antennas we use to put on our houses...they work amazing! Might be able to snag one on a freecycle or craigslist site. Good luck! :)
there is what is called a "dew sensor" in a lot of vcr's that keep you from playing a tape if it senses moisture in the unit because a tape will stick to the video head and get all bunged up. sometimes they go bad and will keep you from playing a tape even when there is no moisture present. if your are electronically inclined you can take the back off and locate the dew sensor, then disconnect it. the constant whirring noise is the unit's way of trying to dry off the video head cylinder. the dew sensor, which is usally located behind the video head, is a dark grey thing about a half inch by half inch and has two wires going to it.