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The remote model number for the Quasar VV2008 is VSQS1570 and can be ordered from Panasonic at 1-800-221-7262 or Go to a Family Dollar store and purchase the grey RCA universal remote for $6.00 about 6 inches in length. When you are ready to program it for the Quasar VV2008 push the code search button then the VCR button and enter 0162 then push enter. The red light should go off and the remote should turn the TV/VCR off and on. It worked for me 4/19/2013
If you let it autoprogram and all you get is channel 103. Move the TV back to the old connection and see if it autoprograms all the channels there. If that works ok then you have a problem with the cabe line that only has channel 103.
We have a Sylvania 6313CB TV/VCR combo. I bought a universal remote and the code would not work when I tried to program it to the "TV" button using all those possible codes listed in the books. So, on the universal remote, there was a button named "VCR" and when I programmed in the code "0000" all worked. This was a $6.00 universal remote named "One For All" we bought at the Big Lots store.
Specifically, here is what I did:
Turned TV on
Pushed the "VCR" button and light blinked once
Pushed and held the "set" button until it blinked twice
Released the "set" button and entered the numbers "0000"
Pushed the on/off button and it worked including volume, channel up/down and channel change by entering the channel number.
Hope this works for you too.
You either have to choose either 3 or 4 or - instead of connecting to
your TV through its tuner, go directly to the Audio/Video inputs using
A/V cable (also known as RCA cable - probably has red, white, and
yellow ends) Connect it from the color coded outputs on the VCR
to the similar inputs on the TV. The TV may have several sets to
choose from. Take you choice, but set the TV's input selector to
this same designation when you want to watch the VCR. Sometimes
its is called "VIDEO" sometimes A/V, sometimes "AUX"
Here is the link to the manual if you need it;
check page 26 item 4 - vcr lock - just a possibility this may solve the problem, long shot.
Let us know which remote you have and we may be able to find out how to program it for your tv.
page 37 gives you contact details if you want to buy the correct remote.
I suspect that with the correct programming, your universal should work fine though.
Hope this helps :)