Sorry about that. The ones I had in mind are the radio shack 15-100, 133, 134 or 135 - take your pick. Post the model number of your tv and I can likely tell you the setup code to use with these as well as the advanced codes for ALL the functions you need. Better yet, list the missing tv functions you need. These advanced codes aren't in the OneForAlls out of the box, as you have discovered, but can be easily added. They aren't in the manual either.
The key here is finding a remote that works everything on your tv since that's the only device that's missing the original remote. The philips and dish codes can be learned if necessary. As I said before, the remotes above are the only inexpensive remotes that have the ability to add your missing functions without learning from the original remote. Inexpensive AND simple is a tall order. The cheap ones are usually a little complicated to program, but you only have to do it once. My idea of inexpensive is under $30. If your idea of inexpensive is under $75, I'd recommend a harmony 510, but there are no guarantees it would do everything you need on the tv.
If you want to see what universal other's are using with the philips, I recall several posts about that in the 3575/3576 sticky.