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No Problems with my SLV-N55 except for one

I bought mine new in 2002,great unit,no problems,great picture,still going strong. Only problem now is the original remote RMT-V402 broke down years ago,can't access the audio functions and a whole host of other features.
If you don't have this specific remote the unit is basically useless,you can still record and playback but in mono.
Universal remotes won't work,I just found a RMT-V402 on EBAY,will be glad to access all the functions I can't with univ. remotes.

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This remote is still available from any Sony disatributor. It can be found using part number: 147728211 from Tritronicsinc.com for $38.95 plus shipping.

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Posted on Aug 08, 2008

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