I lost my remote, however I have a universal that I was able to program for my tv... My problem is that I can't seem to get the video channels to come up on the RF jacks, also I can hit info on my remote and go through all the options, when I have my ps2 on one of these options will show the screen, but when I leave the options menu I'm back to static and no AV!!!!
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Be sure that the TV code is correctly program on the remote control, you can find other brand of universal remote control but before buying be sure your TV brand is included there. I hope I help you friend.
I had the same problem trying to program my satellite remote to work with the ILO tv. I found that the emerson codes DO work. Yes local cable remotes will work as long as you have the code and the brand is getting more popular. The code that worked with both cable companys, Charter and DirecTv was 10171 I believe. You can find it under the Emerson codes. Hope this was helpful.
Some more suggestions to see if your remote control has just lost it's programming is try unplugging your television and taking the batteries out of the remote control for atleast 5 minutes. If this doesn't work, or you've tried tvtek's advice up top and you still can't get your remote control to work, I would try ordering a original replacement remote control for your specific television. I would not recommend purchasing a universal remote, because half the time the problem with it not working could just be caused by it using the incorrect code. If you go to a site like http://www.remotecontrolscenter.com and look through their site for the exact model number of your television and purchase that remote control than you'll have a good idea if it's the remote or the television. Most likely you'll find it was the remote control!