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you don't need a code for the vcr/dvd combo to work on your tv. You need to make sure you have hooked up the cables correctly. remember that the dvd can be hooked up with the component cabels and the vhs may need to be hooked up thru the tv cable hookup.
I solved the problem by connecting a VCR to the TV and surfed the tv channels with the vcr remote, some how the new video input cables and the vcr solved this problem for me. I just set the tv on Video Input 1 and use the VCR. It wasn't as hard as I thought the problem was, just poor signal.
I own a One-for-All universal remote, and my booklet says the setup code for a RCA TV (without a built-in DVD or VCR) is one of the following numbers: 0047, 0090, 0679. I can not guarantee that these numbers will work with your remote, but it is worth a try.
You can try replacing the remote receiver inside the set. This should be a small silver box located in the front of hte set. It should have 3 leads soldered to the board. The part number is:
LSSZ0004 and costs about $5.
I have a panasonic analogue television, and I cannot tune in a Goodman VHS VCR to the television. I have no remote controller for the television, and use the buttons on the front of the set to change stations 1-5. I have however found AV on the television screen and the indication is that the VCR is trying to come through when switched on. I have got a remote controller with the VCR. Can you help me please ??
The remote for VCH822U is RRMCG1237AJSA, which you already have. That remote only works for VCR's. Also, the model number 2525100 is not a valid Sharp model number. Double check the model number of your TV and I will be able to find you a remote for it.
As far as working both units with one remote....I can check but I will need a valid Sharp model number for you TV.
Sound like its all cabled wrong So its from the source, (wall satalight Whatever ) to VCR in then VCR out to TV, Now when the VCR fires up it tunes the RF output to Chanel 4 and has a strong signal, that over rides just about every thing. Simply way to stop this is one of two ways, press the TV/VCR button on the VCR, or simply turn off the VCR to let the signal pass through.