Many manufacturers are now providing extensive information via the
World Wide Web. The answer to you question may be a mouse click
away. Perform a net search or just try to guess the manufacturer's
home page address. The most obvious is often correct. It will usually
be of the form "http://www.xxx.com" where xxx is the manufacturers' name,
abbreviation, or acronym. For example, Hewlett Packard is hp, Sun
Microsystems is sun, Motorola is, you guessed it, motorola. Electronic
parts manufacturers often have detailed datasheets for their product
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Radio Shack (Tandy) has a nice web resource and fax-back service. This is
mostly for their equipment but some of it applies to other brands and there
are diagrams which may be useful for other manufacturers' VCRs, TVs,
CD players, camcorders, remote controls, and other devices:
In addition to Tandy products, there is at least one Sony model. Furthermore,
since Tandy does not manufacture its own TV sets - they are other brands with
Realistic, Optimus, or other Radio Shack logos - your model may actually be
covered. It may just take a little searching to find it.