Question about Samsung SyncMaster 17 in. LCD Television
Have DishNetwork using a 6.3 IR/UHF PRO remote. I tried auto searching for the code, but not luck. Any suggestions / solutions would be appreciated.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: COMCAST REMOTE AND SAMSUNG TV
I was having the same issue with a Samsung 4053 40"
Comcrap had no clue.
Their phone rep suggested I come in and trade out the remote. That seemed unlikely if others are having the same experience. It is also unlikely a phone rep would have any answer other than what on the web page.
I used 5 digit code "10060" and it worked got the double flag from the remote like Comcast's documentation says. It turns TV on and off and works volume. So far so good.
The key to figuring it out was getting the double flash on the remote 4 digits didn't 5 did.
The moral of our story? Comcast has no clue what they push out the door. I guess that isn't a surprise to anyone.
Posted on Jan 13, 2008
I just programmed my comcast remote for my Samsung v1000, My comcast remote is very similar to the 3-in-1, but has a few more buttons on it (on the Comcast site, my remote looks like the DVR 3 remote, but I don't have a DVR). The code I used was 21044.
By using this code, the play/stop/rewind/ff buttons all work. I didn't test the record button. The Info button worked as "Display" and Exit button to work as Audio Source (HiFi/Mono). However, the Volume and Channel controls did not work.
I hope this helps.
Posted on Oct 03, 2009
rcpips, You may need to replace one or possibly 5 -8 aluminum can "electrolytic filter capacitors" on the "switch-mode-power-supply/CCFL inverter board. If, as you say "works for 5 or 6 seconds" then that means that fuse is good. Another thing you will need to inspect SMPS board for is "cold" "frosty looking" solder joints where the components (surface mount or through hole) are soldered to the copper circuit traces. May need large magnifying glass or low power inspection microscope to locate them. Resolder any that look bad or loose. Some solder joints have thinner than "hair" thermal fractures that can also cause YOUR TYPE OF SYMPTOM!! PARTS: digikey. mouser. newark. and possibly Radio Shack. If buying filter capacitors, make sure they are rated 105 deg C only!! NOT 85 deg C!!! If caps need to be replaced (swollen, leaky) be sure to tell us the brand name you find installed on your unit! CAPXON, ELITE, JUN-FU are just 3 that you don"t want to find in your unit. BAD news if you do!! If DIY suits you, remember to document with "close-up" digital stills your unit tear-down, so you can reassemble unit without any "extra" parts laying on kitchen table!! Filter capacitors are polarized. You put them in + to +, - to -!!! if you put them in backwards they go BOOOOMMM!!! Hope this helps a little. lmistyrel on aim or 12fixlouie at fixya.
Posted on Jan 30, 2010
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look to avoid any headaches... get the original one from the manufacturer or agent. The "Universal" ones are plagued with problems. If you do go the UR, way, make sure the seller shows you that it WILL work with your model of set. Ensure you read it in black & white.
Posted on Feb 15, 2010
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