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Step1, press the code search button until the led light stays on, then release button, Step2 press what equuipment you want to control, (tv, vcr, dvd, audio) then release. Step3, If you know what codes were used, press the code numbers in and the led will blink 2 or 3 times to comfirm it accepted the code. if you do not know the codes, do Step 1 and Step2, then Press the power button continuosly until the equipment you want to control comes on.
Hopefully this will work for you. This is the way my RCA Universal Remote works.
Try these codes for Quasar TVs: 1003, 1054, 1055, 1070, 1109, 1170
Codes can be found here. http://remotefinder.rca.com/default.aspx?site=rca
The manual for the remote can be found here (as of 06/07/2009): http://www.remotecentral.com/cgi-bin/files/dl.cgi?file=others/rca/rcr311-manual.zip&area=other
Basically, try holding the TV button, the on/off button should light up. Then press the digits for the code one at a time. If the code is accepted, the on/off button should go off. Finally let go of the TV button. Now try operating your TV.
You are in a tough spot cause you probably keep the VCR to transfer old Tapes. FYI, did you know that DVD's have a shelf life of less than 10 years and VCR VHS tapes are good for 20 years plus? Keep your old tapes.
Write RCA and find out if you can get a new remote, it is basically the only solution.
Check with Ebay for a used one, you might get lucky.
I found the instruction book in PDF file here: http://remotes.com/store/codes_original.html
I can program it for my VCR but for some reason I can not get it to accept my TV. When I follow the instruction for the TV, the red light flashes. When I set it up for my VCR, it does not flash and I found the correct code doing it manually (not using the auto code search).
Let me know if you get it to work for the TV codes.