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Att uverse remote won't turn on yamaha reciever

I have att an uverse remote that turns on the uverse box, LCD but it will not turn on my Yamaha reciever. However, one the remote will turn the reciever off. How can I get it to turn the rcvr on and off? I tried all of the codes and doing the manual code method. Help.

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  • dietznet Dec 15, 2008

    I have the exact same situation. I went through all the Yamaha codes, and quite a few of them turn the Receiver/Tuner OFF< but they won't turn it back ON.



  • Anonymous Dec 29, 2008

    i have the same problem with my onkyo tx-sr806. it will turn off but not on. This is a pain in the ***

  • Anonymous Jan 22, 2009

    I have the same problem with my Sony HT-DDW660any solution ?

  • r Rose
    r Rose Mar 02, 2009

    this is bullcrap. someone please help.....

  • r Rose
    r Rose Mar 02, 2009

    this is bullcrap. someone please help.....

  • Anonymous Mar 14, 2009

    onkyo, same problem

  • hukhound May 19, 2009

    att uverse remote won't turn on my Yamaha RX-V640 AV Receiver. Turns it off OK.

  • John Brekka Sep 16, 2013

    You wont find a code that works becasue many of the Yamaha reicevers use a different code for on and off. If you have two buttons on your Yamaha remote, you wont find a code for ATT because the ATT remote is set up for the same IR code for on and off. DirecTV has a better set up for the remote in that they have an on and off buttton that you can program to work the reciever. Nothing for ATT short of buying a Logitec or other third party remote.

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I think they use different codes for on

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Yamaha Receiver/Amplifier 5003, 5014, 5015, 5021, 5102, 5103, 5104, 5105, 5106, 5118, 5135you can use those codes

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Do an automatic search for your code.

  1. Turn on the device you wish to program
  2. Point the remote control at the device
  3. Press and hold the mode key (i.e. tv, dvd or aux) you want to program
  4. Without releasing the selected mode key, press and hold the OK key simultaneously
  5. Release both the mode key and the OK key -All the modes keys will flash twice indicating programming mode
  6. Enter 922 by pressing the number keys on the remote control -The selected mode key will flash twice indicating correct entry (for anything other than AUX go to step 7, for the AUX mode searching only, press and release the play key then press 1 for VCR 2 for Receiver/Tuner 3 for Amplifier or 4 for Home Theater In The Box (HTIB) - The AUX mode keys will flash twice indicating correct entry)
  7. Press and release the PLAY key, every time you do this, autoserach will try a different code, continue to do this until your device turns off. (if you weren't paying attention and you miss it, the REW key can be used to go back through the codes one at a time, and the ff key can be utilized to move forward through the codes one at a time.)
  8. To save the code press the ENTER key (below the number 9) then press the exit to return to normal operations. (the selected mode key should flash three times
  9. Turn you device on by selecting the appropriate mode and power.

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