The TV manufacturer supplies the original direct line-of-sight infrared (IR) remote with the TV. You may be able to find a Roku TV remote at a local store - Wal-Mart, Target, etc. Be SURE it is for Roku TV, as they use a different IR command set than the separate Roku devices do.
Roku TVs from these manufacturers all respond to the same set of IR (infrared) commands and so can be used with remotes for any Roku TV in this group: Element, Haier, Hitachi, Insignia, JVC, Magnavox, onn, Philips, RCA, Sanyo, TCL, Westinghouse.
Remotes from HiSense and Sharp can only be used with HiSense and Sharp Roku TVs because they issue a different set of IR commands. Roku TVs from HiSense and Sharp themselves, though, support both sets of IR commands so they also be used with remotes from either of these two groups of manufactures.
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