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We do not have these codes, just to many of them and they change constandly with each new device, the best thing to do is use the code search feature o fthe remote, check your user booklet for these instructions, very simple to do.
This is caused by radio frequency and what i mean by that isyour tv unit is gettng confused with the crystals that control the connection between the tv and remote.The solution to this is to go to wal mart and buy a new universal remote and in the package should be an instruction manual to set the remote to the tv , First find your tv name in the pamplet,second there will show a code of the remote type it in and enjoy.
It could well be your remote control has a problem. Try removing the batteries from the remote control and see if the problem goes away, if it does, try new bateries on the remote controller, if that does not work you may have to get a new remote controller
You cannot reprogram the samsung remotes. I just installed three samsung tv's on the same wall. I used a harmony 900 remote. It has a rf receiver with an IR blaster two IR emitters. You can designate each emitter to a specific device in the remote. I used the main remote IR for the main tv, The blaster for the a/v receiver,blue ray, ect. Then I used each of the emitters for a tv. I can control each of the tv's independently with no interference.
Are you running the MCE version of XP and is it installed? Look for c:\Windows\eHome directory. If you find that directory, then you should have MCE installed and running. If not, you need to get and install the MCE version of XP. Then look here for further information to getting your remote to work with the MCE.
Here are the instructions for auto code search from the Omnitech manual: Automatic Search There is another way to set up your controller, that does not use the brand code lists. You can let your controller search through all of its available codes automatically in order to set the connection to the target device. To do this, follow these steps: 1.Turn on the target device. 2.Point the controller at the target device and press and hold the Code Search button for around 3 seconds, until the LED light stays red. 3.Next select the type of device the target unit is by using the Cable/TV/VCR/DVD/Sat Buttons (i.e. if it is a TV that you are trying to control, press the TV button). The LED light should then blink once, then stay red. 4.Press the On/Off button on the controller slowly and repeatedly until the device you are trying to connect with turns off. (Note: the LED light will blink each time you press the On/Off button). When this happens, press the ENTER button in order to store the code and the LED light will turn off.