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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: Dish Remote
your dish network remote does not have codes for an olevia tv, the best you can do is use the powerscan mode. here are the steps.
1)Turn ON the electronic device you want to program the remote to control.
2)Press the Mode button on the remote until the appropriate mode light is flashing.
3)Press the Address button. The mode light will start flashing slowly.
4)Press the Power button. The mode light will stop flashing and stay lit.
5)Press the Up or Down arrow button to set the remote to the next code. The Down arrow button scans backward and the Up arrow button scans forward.
6)When the correct code is reached, the device (whether a TV, VCR, or other) will turn off.
7)Press the Address button to store the code in the remote control memory. If the code is valid for your remote, the mode light will blink 3 times.
8)Turn the device back ON by pressing the Power button.
9)Try some other functions to make sure you have the correct code. Occasionally the Power button may work when others do not.
10)If the other buttons work, follow the current settings procedure below to determine the current remote settings.
11)If the other buttons do not work, repeat the previous steps. The scan will resume from the last code stored.
12)The mode light will flash rapidly when the scan has returned to the starting point and all codes have been tested for that mode. The remote control may not control some device models.
1)Press the Mode button on the remote until the appropriate mode light is flashing.
2)Rapidly press the Address button twice.
For the SAT mode, the mode light will flash the number of time that matches the receiver address.
3)For the TV, VCR, and AUX modes, the mode light will flash the number of times to indicate each digit of the current code. There will be a pause between the flash sequences for the digits. A quick flash indicates zero.
4)Write all of the codes you programmed on to the sticker that came with your satellite receiver and apply the sticker to the inside of the remote battery cover.
hope this helps,
Posted on Nov 16, 2007
SOURCE: my one for all won't program...
dish network remotes are universal, you can program your receiver, vcr/dvd, telivision and stereo to most remotes. if you need info on this just post again, otherwise i would list your issue under the remote brand
Posted on Aug 29, 2008
Since you dont have a popular brand set you should try using the scan method. Here is a link with a video to help program your dishnetwork remote to work with your set. http://www.disheez.com/videos/dish-network-video/programming-dish-network-remote/
Posted on Nov 25, 2008
I MAY have a solution!! We too have the VIP722 Dish Network receiver. Ours is the "K" model. I called the place where we purchased the TV and they said that the "brightness" on the TV may need to be turned down. He walked me through this, and it worked. The remote WORKS now!! Our TV is a 40" Sony Bravia that we purchased a couple of months ago. Evidently at night, the TV was so bright in the room, it interfered with the Infared Remote control. By turning down "off" brightness detector on the TV, the IR remote was able to send the signal to the receiver. Our TV is on a cabinet and the receiver is directly underneath on a shelf. I hope this solves your problem and anyone else's that may have this problem with the remote.
Posted on Mar 18, 2009
The problem for me was the TV giving off IR signals that interfered with DISH's poorly designed remote. When the TV's room ambient light sensor was turned on and it became dusk outside the DISH remote would stop working. Moving the receiver away from the TV helps but the problem is not eliminated until the light sensor is turned off.
Until DISH corrects this poor design there may be no other viable solution.
Posted on Aug 04, 2009
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