Ok well i lost my remote for my tv so i ahve bean using my vcr but it takes up to much space so i found my old jensen universal remote (sc-540) but i cant find the code list if you can help me that would be great thanks ~JOHN~
I lost my remote too and i have a universal but i need the code. The model number for my tv is ST420FF. Thanks
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Re: i have lost my tv remote for my syphonic tv
One website gives instructions on how to use the AUTO CODE SCAN feature of your remote, even if you don't have the code numbers. Take the following steps to access this info.
Step 1) Type REMOTECODELIST.COM into the Google searchbox, and click on GO or SEARCH.
Step 2) Once you are on the website, scroll down the page until you see JENSEN in big red letters, on the left hand side.
Step 3) Look under JENSEN for SC-540 ( in purple letters), and click on SC-540.
Step 4) Look on the right side of the page for instructions on how to do an AUTO CODE SCAN.
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I was able to get the Sylvania TV to accept a different input (the remote was lost) by connecting the DVD to a Sony VCR using composite RCA jacks then connecting that to the TV.
You'll need two 3-jack (yellow, white, red composite) cables - cheap at any store. Here;s how: 1. Connect RCA output jacks from the DVD to the input female receptacles of the VCR (first cable).2. Connect output jacks from VCR to the female input jacks on TV (second cable). 3. Turn on all equipment (VCR, DVD, TV)4. Switch the VCR to "Line 1" (for my Sony VCR, this shows up as "L1") by pressing the TV/VCR button on the VCR remote (which I did have). Your system should now work. The principle is to "fool" the TV into thinking that it's primary input is through the RCA composite A/V jacks rather than the cable connection. No need to disconnect the cable at any time. Any functioning VCR should work well as long as you have the remote for that device. Remember, connect output on the DVD to the input on the VCR, then the output on the VCR to the input jacks on the back of the TV. If you have the connectors on the TV, VCR, and DVD, component cables should work as easily. Remember, output from the DVD goes to the input of the VCR. Theoutput from the VCR (for which you DO have the remote) goes to the input side of the TV. Good luck!
However, I do have a suggestion. You can hook up a vcr to your tv, then put the tv on channel 3 or 4 (whichever the vcr is set for) and change the channels through your vcr. You have to have the cable go first to your vcr and then out to the tv.
Same problem...Went to Goodwill Store, they usually have a large basket of remotes. I found a Daewoo remote for a TV only, HOWEVER on the bottom it has a AIR/CABLE button. The remote doesn't say Daewoo on it only..."Remote Controller R-25B03". The rest of the button of course work with the TV portion of the DVN-14F6N.
You can always push "03" on a universal remote programmed to work your TV. A better solution is to connect the devices properly. You shouldn't use the tuner inputs for a VCR/DVD player, or you will get a poorer picture and no stereo sound. See the instruction manual for your player and TV. Use a stereo audio/video cable to connect them and select the proper input. The instructions will hopefully clarify this.