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SmarterGuy said: [Q](Unfortunately, I don't think they carry wine anymore.)They still do, but it's pretty rare. I've only seen one of the 2 that are local to me carry wine in the last year.

I got MIKES HARD ICED TEA at the 99 cent store in SAN LEANDRO CA 3 for 99 cents

I think a key issue about this is the battery, what type and how many? That'll definitely cause more trouble and expense than the remote control itself.

davamond said: [Q]I think a key issue about this is the battery, what type and how many? That'll definitely cause more trouble and expense than the remote control itself.It looked like it used 2 AA batteries, but I didn't really inspect it that well. A 4 pack of Panasonic alkaline AA batteries are $0.99. <img src="i/expressions/face-icon-small-tongue.gif" border=0> I don't need any more AA batteries since I got 24 Memorex alkalines for $1.99 at Fry's.

They also have a 24"x28" (per screen, 2 in bag) car sun shade at my local store. It works well if you have a compact car. They're the ones that collapse into small circles.

Nice "dentist special". I wonder if these remotes work in sportsbars tv's? I know there is a small clicker that you can buy but it's more than 99 pessetas.

davamond said: [Q]I think a key issue about this is the battery, what type and how many? That'll definitely cause more trouble and expense than the remote control itself.

Why would that be a key issue? Odds are it comes with batteries, and oods are that they're either AA or AAA. Most remotes are very stingy with their use of batteries, but even if it was a hungry device, AAs and AAAs are pretty cheap, especially at the 99cent store, where they're 4 for 99cents. Hardly a key concern.

If this remote has a "Setup" button for getting into a DVD Player Setup menu, it's HOT!

I just purchased one of these to see if by chance it would work with an old TV (brand unknown) I have with a partially functioning remote. They had a bunch of them on the shelf at the Clovis, CA store. The "Code Search" function worked perfectly, and this remote found the codes quickly. Now, I have a working remote agian and it only cost me a buck!

Thanks OP!

They had tons of these at the Pasadena store next to PCC. Picked up two and it works great for a "Basic" universal remote. I could have used a DVD Setup Button, a TV Input Button, and DVD Navigational Buttons, but for 99 cents I certainly can't complain.



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