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Decided to put this back into service... First goal would be to find an original remote made for this machine. If not... does there exist a remote that will do everything the original does. Is there an actual photograph of the remote?

- Insignia has every related manual except this model... Have gone to a number of sites but cannot find the NS-WBRDVD. Hoping for a link... That Works
- Will need an HDMI cable to connect the WBRDVD to a Proscan 26LB 30QD. Is there a recommended spec/length for the cable?
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Decided to put this back into service... First goal would be to find an original remote made for this machine. If not... does there exist a remote that will do everything the original does. Is there an actual photograph of the remote?
There's a drawing of the remote on page 3 in the players owner's manual. According to that drawing, the remote's model number is BD003. I don't know if that's correct.
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- Insignia has every related manual except this model... Have gone to a number of sites but cannot find the NS-WBRDVD. Hoping for a link... That Works
The Blu-ray player's manual is available at https://www.insigniaproducts.com/pdp...386103#support

That's from the "downloads" page on Insignia's Web page for the disc player.
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In general, a HDMI cable length of about 6 ft is considered optimal. Make sure you use a High Speed cable, not a Standard Speed cable. A "Certified Premium" cable should work fine too, and shouldn't cost any more than High Speed cables do.

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