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You don't have to buy expensive cables to run wire for those surround sound ...Interconnect cables are important-in that your system won't work without them. .... If you use a rack or shelves for your AV gear, remember to put the amplifier or ... the projector remote; Power up the home theater system with the receiver remote ...
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Codes are stored in the remote. If you are using a Philips remote, you should be able to control your system directly. If you have a universal remote, you can use its "code search" (or equivalent) feature to find something that will work. If a search through all codes stored in the remote fails, you may have to try a different universal remote. All universal remotes do not have all possible codes.
You can use its "code search" function or equivalent to search through all codes stored in the remote to find something that will work. If a thorough search through all codes fails, you may have to try another universal remote such as RCA. All universal remotes do not contain all possible codes.
If you have a universal remote, try its code search function to find a suitable code. If you search through all codes stored in the remote without success, you may have to try another universal remote.
Chances are you will need a replacement cd mech assy to fix this problem assuming you have already cleaned the laser lens(cotton bud with ethyl alcohol or isopropanol).dont know of universal remote for b&o but some specialist remote replacement companies do one for beolink1000 which will operate your product.
I wish someone would bring a suit against any of
these manufacturers using the term 'universal.' At best, they are 'multibrand' and, with the
proliferation of 'brands,' there never will be one that can rightfully claim to
be 'universal.' There may never be a code for your brand
available in every remote but your best chance of finding one would be at the Philips website.