The Anderic RMC12249 remote control replaces many original equipment SONY DVD/VCR Combo Player remotes. The RMC12249 will work right out of the package for compatible SONY DVD/VCR Combo Player models listed (but not limited to) without any programming. The RMC12249 is a pre-programmed SONY DVD/VCR Combo Player remote and cannot be programmed to other devices. The remote includes popular features like MENU, INPUT, and all other buttons for normal operations. For detailed information on using this product with your DVD/VCR Combo Player, please refer to your SONY DVD/VCR Combo Player's operating manual.
- This remote is a substitute remote for the SONY remote models: RMTD203, 147780411, RMTD203A, 147780431, RMTD205A, 147872211, RMTD218A, 147936111, RMTD223A, 988509098, RMTD224A, 988509047, RMTD229A, 147955112, RMTD240A, 988511211, RMTD241A, 988511230, RMTD244A, 988511222, RMTD246A, 148017111, RMTD246A, 148017112, RMTD254A, 988512061, RMTD255A, 988512077, RMTD257A, 148083911 + more.
- NO PROGRAMMING REQUIRED
Is this remote not working?
If DVD1 or DVD2 is flashing on the LCD screen of your unit when you press a button on this remote, then you need to follow the instructions on page 27 in your operating manual. The unit's code set needs to be put back into the default code set of "DVD3" for the Anderic remote to work. The Anderic RMC12249 only sends the codes of the DVD3 code set and cannot be changed. The only way to change between DVD modes (DVD1, DVD2, DVD3) is by following the instructions in the manual using the OEM Sony RMTD240A remote. ONLY THE RMTD240A remote can adjust this setting.
For the limited usage I have had with the replacement, it has proven to be quite
adequate for the operation of my antiquated DVD/VCR combo.
It works perfectly just like the original.
This customer rated this item 5 out of 5 stars (left no comment).
so far works great
The product does just what the description said. The only problem involves the use of the record stop button. I found that I just need to turn off the recorder power using the red button and it records the data. Turning the power back on and using the open and close function the disc data opens the recorder to use the system button to enter the disc and begin to finish the record process and finalize at which time the disc can be used in any DVD reader.