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sounds like you need to "autoprogram" your channels. In the customer menu search for "settings" (looks like a toolbox) select that, arrow down to "channels" select that, you'll see option for "autoprogram" select that. Any channel it sees it will lock in and you shouldn't have to press numbers anymore.
With the desired equipment on, press and release the Mode button until the light flashes behind the correct mode.
Using the tip of a pen or the eraser on a pencil, press the address button.
Enter the code (see links to find your code below) on the remote's numbered keypad for the equipment.
Press the Address button. If the code entered is valid for the remote, the mode light flashes three times.
To verify the code works, try several functions for that equipment.
Some codes may provide partial functions or respond differently than
the button's titled function. Try the other codes listed for that
device until you find one that offers more complete functionality.
Most 'universal' remotes really aren't all that 'universal.'
We have two sets at home for which no one seems to have codes and one of them won't even program a 'learning remote' which is what you might need.
You have either a bad power supply ( a very common problem) or the inverter board that runs the back - light is bad. The power supply board will have capacitors that are leaking or puffed up looking. Same on the inverter board. If you can get a component leval repair then that is cheaper ... But most techs just replace the board. Not a do it yourself job. Expect a cost of $200.00 to $300.00