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You haven't specified whether it is a TV/DVD combo or TV/VCR combo.
Four digit universal remote codes for Emerson TV/VCR combo are:
0227 0233 0254 0264
0265 0266 0310 0325 [0039 0252]
[0147 0250] [0147 0257]
For TV/DVD combo is: 0456
Where the code is listed as [### ###] the first is for the TV and the second is for the VCR. Otherwise just the one code operates both the TV and the VCR
For Combo Devices, in many cases a single code operates both parts of the device (e.g. the TV and the VCR). In other cases you need to set up two codes. For example, one for the TV and one for the VCR. Where codes are shown below as [### ###] the first code operates the first part of the device's name, and the second code operates the second part. E.G., for a TV/VCR device, the first code operates the TV and the second code operates the VCR
Every television for the past 20 years has remote capability, with no exceptions. Purchase a universal remote, then there will be a piece of paper with the remote telling you how to program it for your brand of television.
To see RCA's code list you probably need their website but Emerson is one of several names now owned and built by Funai, who also builds Symphonic & Sylvania. You might want to try those codes with your set.