www.television-remotecontrols.co.uk have been trading as internet sellers via different avenues for over five years and decided to offer their customers a quick and easy method to purchase brand new replacement television and video remote controls they are not just cheap imitations but dedicated replacement remote controls, for all makes and model numbers.
Have you ever lost your TV Remote Control, no neither have I, but I have broken the remote for the upstairs TV which has special features that are only available on the remote control handset its self, my husband started muttering about having to buy a new TV (in his dreams). So I thought I would do a bit of surfing as he keeps telling me how good the web is. Using the Google search engine I came across a company that sold replacement remote controls, this site was Which and Shopspy.co.uk approved and uses the World Pay Payment system, the site was www.remotecontrols.co.uk. My TV is over 10 years old and they had a replacement that was priced at £16.50 plus £3.50 Postage and Packing. How the site works Select a manufacturer , a model type and type in a model number They have over 100,000 replacement remote controls in stock and if your chosen replacement is in stock you will be given a price and can select how many you wish to purchase. You can also purchase suitable batteries from the same page. Choose the postage method you want and proceed by clicking the 'Complete Order' button. If the site can not match your selection, you may e-mail them as their available database expands daily. You then select how you want to order. By cheque (mail or phone order) or online with your credit card. If you choose online order you will be directed to a secure payment page on which you can enter your delivery details and credit card details. Once your card payment has been authorised you will be sent an order confirmation by e-mail. My new remote arrived today which is only a couple of days after I ordered it. It isn?t exactly the same in looks, but it has all the same features plus extras, I used to have to adjust the TV colour and contrast from the front of the TV but now I can do it from the remote which is good. The replacement is manufactured by Wallis UK and I am v
Now this opinion is not going to get great ratings as it will be short and sweet but I hope it helps some of you out there. I don't know about anyone out there but I am forever the losing the remote control for the telly and it really may just be laziness but good when your sitting there with a cuppa and toast you don't want to have to get up. Usually when the bodger as I call it goes missing it is found under the sofa or behind a cuboard but this time it really has gone on the missing list my suspision is my daughter as she is forever hiding things and finding it funny watching me lifting everything up in desperation to turn over to Eastenders. I went to loads of shops to find a replacement bodger but none would operate the teletext so I asked at Currys if they had one that would and they put me onto Partmaster Direct so I gave them a call and within 2 days I had the right bodger for my telly. They do replacement equiptment for loads of other things to from Computer parts to washing machine bits. So if that bodger has gone missing and ladys that does not mean the old man who is useless at DIY then give them a call and they will deliver it pronto. Partmaster Directs number is 0870 9090 444
When my house was burgled a few years ago the thieves took the remote control for the portable TV in the bedroom. They were disturbed as they tried to take the corresponding TV as well and left it in the doorway. This meant that they had a remote control and no TV and I had a TV and no remote control! Not an ideal state of affairs I think you’ll agree. Unfortunately the TV in question is one of those that is difficult to control without the remote unit and so I thought that it was useless until someone told me that I could get a new remote control unit! I had no idea that this was possible as I thought each TV had it’s own remote control specifically programmed for that TV. Yes, I know, it’s all this new technology – it’s just too much for me! Anyway I got the Argos catalogue out to have a look and decided upon the cheapest standard remote control that they sold. To be honest I was still dubious as to whether it was going to work or not! The one I chose is made by One For All and cost just short of £10, in fact they are still £9.50 in the current Argos catalogue. It takes two 1.5V batteries which were included in the price of the unit and it came with an instruction book, which is really easy to understand. The first thing to do is to programme the remote control to work with the TV in question. All you have to do is hold the on/off button down until the light flashes and then key in the number corresponding to the make of your TV, from a list also in the instruction book, and Bob’s your uncle – you’re up and running. Not long ago Dave sat on the remote control having not noticed that it was on the bed and it wouldn’t work thereafter. I was going to buy a new one until he asked if I had tried resetting it. I did just that and it now works perfectly again. As I said earlier it is a standard unit and has an on/off switch, a switch for
changing the channels by increasing the number and one for doing the same thing by decreasing the number, one for increasing and one for decreasing the sound and a mute switch. That’s all you need really isn’t it? It is about five inches long and about one inch wide which makes it easy to hold and to use, even one handed. You can make up your own jokes about that sentence – oh, you already have! Anyway – there you have it – an excellent replacement remote control at an excellent price.