Question about Memorex MT1194 19" TV
Need to order a remote for MT2024 20"color tv
Used to be able to buy a vcr also--set tv on channel 3, then always watch through vcr's tv tuner, use vcr remote to control channels.
now--new solution with digital switchover is to buy an ATSC tuner and use that remote to control your TV. or a satellite stb or a cable stb.
universal remote is a good solution but you will get better results with a good universal remote--especially learning remotes I am using Sony-8 function universal remote ..600 and it is really good. is able to control some components that the 7 function remote cannot control.
another solution: look on ebay for your remote.
Posted on Jan 19, 2009
The most inexpensive solution, is to buy a universal remote. I own a One-for-All universal remote (model URC-4220) which works with Memorex TVs. I bought it at Walmart for less than 10 dollars.
If you want to pay a little more money, here are a few websites to visit: REMOTES.COM 1-800-REMOTES
You can find a few more websites by typing in:
MEMOREX TV REMOTES into the Google searchbox.
Hope these suggestions help you out. Please take a moment to rate the info I have provided, but using the rating system below. Thanks.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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