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I have found the universal remote that came with this set to be better than the one that came with my HD/DVR box provided by my cable company. I have programmed it to do all the functions of my cable box, so the cable box remote is high up on a shelf and never gets used--we don't need it. The Insignia remote is much more ergonomic. It controls the TV, cable box (including all the DVR functions), and our Blu-Ray player.
Look at the Documentation on this site for the NS-L42X-10A. It probably shows a picture of your cable remote, and the code for it.
What I've done is to lock the channel functions to the cable box and lock the volume functions to the TV. That way I don't have to switch between "TV" and "STB" (Set Top Box) on the Insignia remote just to change channels and/or adjust the volume. Detailed instructions on how to do this are in the manual that came with this Insignia Advanced TV.