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Rob Spiegel
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Re: TV simple mode
Rob Spiegel   6/4/2013 2:42:19 PM
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This device could come in handy for those who lose their remote or for those whose remote breaks, leaving them with no ability to control their products.

William K.
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Re: TV simple mode
William K.   5/26/2013 4:24:10 PM
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Larry M, thanks for the link pointer. But my question is how does one program the device, and does it actually come with a book that lists the code to enter for all of those different sets? I own a device that reads the code transmitted by a remote and uses that to figure which code listing to use, but if I had the original remote I would not have the problem. Our other "universl" remote should be marked "fairly universal", since it does not include a number of types, and the listing for mine does not work. That is the other problem with universal remotes is that not everything in the book works.

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Remote
Critic   5/23/2013 4:02:21 PM
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http://www.ebay.com/itm/NEW-EMERSON-FUNAI-REMOTE-CONTROL-NF607UD-LD195EMX-/310264202241#vi-content

$99.00.  10 available, how many would you like?

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Cheapness.
Critic   5/23/2013 3:56:19 PM
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Most consumers want TVs to be CHEAP.  That's why they don't have control panels.  Plan on buying a new TV every few years, and you won't be disappointed.


Remotes for older TVs are available.  In fact, there are online sellers who specialize in selling them.  They are not inexpensive, but they are CHEAP.

Cadman-LT
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Similar problem
Cadman-LT   5/17/2013 10:33:52 PM
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I had a somewhat similar problem with a hi-8 player years back. I bought the unit used and it came with no remote. I wasn't too concerned about that. It wasn't until later that I discovered that there were certain operations that only the remote would do. This particular remote cost more than I spent on the player itself. I wish they wouldn't do things like that...lol

Larry M
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Re: TV simple mode
Larry M   5/16/2013 4:18:10 PM
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"All" is a large and potentially infinite number. It's worked on everything we've tried so far. These remotes have been around for a while and there are probably new devices around which aren't covered.

Rob Spiegel
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Re: TV simple mode
Rob Spiegel   5/16/2013 11:53:28 AM
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That's pretty good, Larry. Does it really take care of all devices?

Larry M
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Re: TV simple mode
Larry M   5/15/2013 2:57:05 PM
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Larry M
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Re: Failure Rates
Larry M   5/15/2013 9:04:52 AM
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How

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Larry

Rob Spiegel
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Re: Failure Rates
Rob Spiegel   5/14/2013 9:16:29 PM
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Thanks pretty interesting, Larry. And it makes sense. Thanks for the education.

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