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Remote Control I have an AVIA DVD-610. I am trying to locate a remote for it. I have been unsuccessful in finding who made this brand so that I can replace the remote. Please help if you can

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This is the company's website - http://www.avia-av.com/products/dvdplayer.html you can contact the customer service department they will probably have the details. Good Luck

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If none of the programming procedures work, the universal remote control may not be compatible with your components, based on the type of infrared technology and the age of the components. Some RCA universal remote controls will only work with components manufactured after 1990.

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If you are testing the remote control after you have entered a code, you may be too far away from the component or you may not have the remote control aimed directly at the component. Because the remote control uses infrared (IR) technology to communicate with components, there must be an unobstructed path between the remote control and the IR sensor on the component.

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