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Since it is from RCA you should try one RCA generic remote or RCA codes listed on generic remotes. There is no special model code for old TVS, only the brand and the options each generic remotes give for RCA tv will be enough.
ther is two things first verify the old remote with a IR reflecting card you can puchas at radio shack, or use a video camera to see the infraread LED flashing just to make sure it is dead, then check if the universal remote supports your TV
or the IR receiver on the TV could be defective, have it checked by a proffessional tech.
I own a One-for-All universal remote, and my booklet says the setup code for an Emerson TV (without a built-in DVD or VCR) is one of the following numbers: 0154, 0171, 0178, 0180, 0236, 0451, 0463, 1944, 1963. I can not guarantee these numbers will work with your remote, but it is worth a try.
Call the 800 number with the new remote. Sometimes they will have additional codes. Or with the instructions with the new remote you can manually get it to work. You must follow instructions carefully. Look for this section in the instruction booklet