I bought this TV a couple years ago, and have lost the remote. I have not been able to find a replacement universal remote that works with Astar televisions. Does anyone know of a remote that is compatible with this TV? I don't care so much that the remote works on the DVD player or satellite receiver, I just want to be able to turn the TV on and off anc control the volume so that I can mount the TV on the wall.
My friend work for astar company as a electronics technician before they are closing down. Due to the lawsuit from Phillips. He should know all the astar model problem. contact # 323-767-6030
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I have worked as an Electronics Tech in Astar before closing and I have collect all the model information, hope this is help.
At this point I only have the Astar model manual; 19bg, 2001, 20PW, 20SD, 26ASB, 27ASB, 32ASB, 26OB, 3001, 3201, 32BG, 32HBG, 37HBG, 42HBG.
I will update on the LTV-2701 by contact me at 323-767-6030
I just finished replacing all 25 or so of the electrolytic capacitors on the power supply board of an LTV 2701 AStar TV. When I got done, the tv came back to life and WORKS GREAT. Every last electrolytic was either leaking onto the board or puffed up or both. The main problem is that Astar designed the case so that no air can circulate over the board and the capacitors bake after a couple of years. If you don't do somethig to let the air circulate, you will be replacing them again in 2 more years. The board is pretty sturdy however and its fairly easy to replace them all with some copper desoldering braid and a 125 watt soldering gun. Just be sure to keep the polarities right on the electrolytics and make sure that they are the 105C variety. Good luck and remember to add some fans and cut some extra holes in the cage.