Question about Computer Monitors
Sounds like you have a PM725S.
(no, that's not a PMS joke :-)
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It's for the PM725 but the codes are the same.
Otherwise, press and hold the Code Search button until the little red light comes on and stays on. Then let up on the Code Search button. Then press and release the TV button. The red light should blink and then stay on. Then enter one of the following 3 digit code numbers. If you do it right, that is, if the number is valid, the light goes off. Then try it out on your TV. If it doesn't work, go back to the part where you press and hold Code Search and then press TV and try the next number in the list.
If the red light doesn't go out after entering the third digit, but you don't get an error indication either, start again and put a zero (push the 0, not the O, button) at the beginning of the 3 digit number, thus making it a 4 digit number. (I've got a PM725S that takes 3 digit codes, and a nearly identical Magnavox remote that uses 4 digit numbers, and they're all the same as the Philips numbers except with a 0 in front.)
Here are the magical mystery numbers:
007 107 108 204 308 321 326 508 510 607 617 715 802 902 993
If the above doesn't solve your problem I'm probably out of useful ideas, but you can contact me (unitron) at coastalnet.com via the thing that gets flooded with spam if you leave machine-harvestable electronic mail addresses lying around the internet.
Posted on Nov 12, 2008
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