No matter how I connect the TV to the combo DVD/VCR player, it wont' play. I have a universal remote programmed to turn on and change channels on TV. It works fine. Original remote didn't come with the TV when we bought the condo. After putting in new carpet and reconnecting, it stopped recognizing DVD player. Does it need to be reprogrammed/reset or do we need to get an OEM remote?
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Univeral remote code for TVs with GE universal remote are:
0047, 0051, 0055, 0021, 0178, 0027, 0135, 0282, 0451
Three digit remote codes for Sanyo TV with GE universal remote control are:
I also can't find the remote for my Sylvania
TV/VCR/DVD combo... Model number 6719DF. I don't normally use this tv
(it's an extra spare that I plug into our generator when
the power goes out... since our regular family TV is
quite big and set into the wall making it difficult to
track cords around, I drag this crappy Sylvania down
from our dining room to our family room) I did
happen to find an old Zenith universal remote that
does work with it in some ways (See directions
below). I can turn the TV on and off, set the channels,
language, clock.. etc through the Input select button
on the universal remote but can't set to "Game Mode"
after using connections with video/audio input cords
plugged into the front panel of the TV. So
Playstations, extra dvd players or vcr's, etc won't
Switching from the VCR to DVD and vice versa does
require manually setting the tv itself (remote doesn't
work with that) but at least I can set sub titles, fast
forward through chapters on Dvd's and control the
volume, etc without having to constantly walk over to
Programming the remote: I've noticed a lot of people
have tried using codes supplied by different universal
remote providers and couldn't find a code that
worked using their lists with this particular model...
there is a way that it can be done but it's a bit more
Many types of "universal" remotes give the option of
"scanning" the electronic device for a code if one is
not available or the one provided with lists does not
work... Every universal remote though needs certain
buttons pushed during the "scan" and they are all
different! Ha! So if you lost or misplaced the MANUAL
as well (like me!) you might need to do a search on a
manual for your particular universal remote, but I can
at least give you directions on programming a
"Zenith" Universal remote to "scan" for a Sylvania
TV/DVD/VCR combo model 6719DF:
Using the Zenith Universal Remote or any Universal Remote using it's "scan" method:
1: Shut off the TV
2. Press and hold "Code Search" on the remote until
the red LED light lights up and stays lit.
3. Press the device button for the device (In my case,
for my crappy Sylvania combo, I pressed "TV".)
The LED light will blink once.
4. Scanning: Slowly press and release the "Power"
button on the remote, waiting a few seconds between
while watching the TV to turn on. It's very important
that you pause in between because if you do it too fast
and the TV turns on before you press the power
button again... you'll have to start all over. I've
learned that lesson. It took 160 presses each time on that button to get the
correct code scanned! I had to do it over 3 times
before I stopped myself beforehand because I was
pressing it too quickly..
5. Right after the TV power turns on, press the "Mute"
button on the remote to set the code. It should work with few limitations (no "game" mode)
Hi, that probly a power supply plroblem, or a high voltage regulator and the horizontal transistor that drive the high voltage transformer at a high frequency (15.000 hz )if you think you can trouble shoot that ok; if not ask a friend who you no he nows about trouble shooting in tv. or you can go to a repai r shop should not cost to high half hour + parts
Beware high voltage in there(30 thousand volts
hope that help you
you should have an input button. if so press the button until you get to the input that your dvr/vcr player is on. if you do not have a input button got to the menu button and you should be able to change the input thru the menu.
I found the codes by going on line to various sites. I have two TV's a stereo, a DVD/VCR player that I wanted to program a universal remote for.
As far as how many devicces one universal will handle...I don't have the answer yet.