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No problem, This issued will be only resolve with regular TV's, not LCD or PLASMA Tv's. Just press TV botton locate on the top leftside of the remote, right after hold the SETUP button for 3 seconds once the TV botton blink twice go and press 991 then 1 again, right after you have pressed 991 the TV botton will blink twice and when you press 1 will blink twice as well, after those steps keep pressing the channel up botton until your Tv shut off. That will work. Good luck
The Insignia is-tv040919 is a Cytron and the code is 11326. But no Comcastmultifunction
remote contains that code -- so you cannot enter it manually and the
991 search function will not find it. I discovered the make and code by
the serendipity of having a cable box with a multifunction remote and
several DTAs with the small, black two function remotes. I first installed the Insignia on a DTA
and the remote programmed quickly. I just moved that tv to the room
with the cable box with the multifunction remote and mayhem ensued. I got an $8
RCA 3 function remote today and it's working great on the Comcast cable box, a DVD player and, drum roll please, our old friend the is-tv040919.
Most remotes have a "Search for Code" or learn function. However, since Comcast currently supports 8 different types of remote controls, your best bet is their website. This link takes you to all of the remotes they currently support, find your remote and click on the View Manual link next to it.
I have an Akai 42"lct & had the same problem. I bought an universal remote URC R6 at walmart for $19. I can now control the tv, u-vrerse cable, panasonic surround system & still have the aux open. You must use the "learn" method but I can control channels, volume, record, menues for all devices as well as setup, record for dvr & more. I hope this helps.........