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This Web page should allow you to find the codes for any devices you want to add for this remote.http://remotefinder.rca.com/default.aspx?site=rca Other than that there is an easy way to program this remote. 1. Turn on the device by hand. 2. Hold down the device name key.(hold the TV button to program a TV) 3. While holding down this key also hold down the power key until the red light turns off and comes back on. Then release both buttons. 4. From here hit the power button repeatedly until the device turns off. 5. Hit the stop key at the bottom. Now the remote is programmed for that device.
hit your TV lightly on left side or right side or on top & then observe ..........you will get normal picture or it comes & again it goes....if it is happening like that then following is the situation..........after 4 or 5 yrs in some TVs on main board at some soldering joints crack develops....then due to loose contact picture becomes small in size or abnormal width,etc ...........when we hit that lightly then those loose contacts joins temporarly & again picture appears for some time............so solution is ......TV main board should be observed carefully & most of the joints should be re-soldered.......only a good service engineer can do that........even after hitting monitor lightly if there is no response then main board has to be checked completely........in your case iam sure it is loose connection problem.........joints should be re - soldered ...100% it works again ................this problem cannot be solved by user unless user has idea about components( resisitors, transisitors, diodes,...etc) , have soldering iron , multimeter & other tools....................so contact good TV service engineer .............iam from bangalore - 09986222774 - firstname.lastname@example.org ( computers, laptop, printers, etc )...............this problem cannot be solved by using remote control or menu keys of the TV
Check your bios to ensure its first boot option is set to the hard drive instead of CD drive or USB drive. If you have a thumb drive plugged in, unplug the USB and try again. On your boot screen there should be an option to hit a key to enter bios (Usually Esc, F2 or Del). Hit whichever key it requests and enter Bios. Once in Bios look for Boot Order and check to see where the Hard Drive is in the order. If it is not set to #1 then do as it says to set it to the first option. Once done hit F10 to save and Exit and return to boot.
OKAY TRY THIS..
DO STEPS 1-3 AGAIN AND ONCE IT TURNS OFF KEEP CLICKING THE CURSOR UP A COUPLE TIMES.
THEN START CLICKING THE CURSOR DOWN SLOWLY TELL THE TV TURNS BACK ON AND ONCE IT CLICKS BACK ON HIT THE TV BUTTON ON THE TOP OF THE REMOTE ..
IF THE LIGHT BLINKS TWO OR THREE TIMES MORE THEN LIKELY YOU'VE PROGRAMED IT =)
AND NOW KICK BACK RELAX AND ENJOY A COLD BEER FOR THE BOTH OF US =)
Boot the computer in SAFE MODE by Restarting the computer, and the moment its on keep tapping the F8 key untill you see a screen saying "Windows Advanced option...".
1. Select Safe Mode using the keyboard arrow key and hit enter. 2. This will load all basic drivers to start safe mode operation. 3. Go to Display Properties (WindowsXP) or Display Settings (Windows Vista) by right click on empty blank space on Desktop, then select Properties(Windows XP) or Personalize(Windows Vista). 4. Then change the resolution by sliding the Low to High slider bar. Do not press "OK" or "Apply" at this time. 5. Instead, click on Advanced Settings, and then click OK. Windows in Safe Mode will change the screen resolution according to new settings, and prompt a "Monitor Settings" dialog box prompting that desktop has been reconfigured, with countdown timer. Click on Yes to keep the new settings. 6. Alternatively, simply click on Advanced, go to Adapter tab, then click on List All Mode. Select a mode with screen resolution size and color mode that you prefer, and click on OK. Windows will apply the new resolution size and color quality on Safe Mode too.
Remove the remote(or take out the batteries)from the room to be sure it's not sending out signals. If that dosn't work the problem is likely that the buttons on the front key pad are sending out signals -the front key pad board can be unplugged and you can still use the remote. let me know if you have further questions
1. Press and hold the TV key. 2. While holding down the TV key, press OK. 3. Release both keys. The Device Keys will blink twice. Ideally we do not have code for coby TV. So we need to manually program the remote TV and Cable box should be both powered on. 4. Press 9 - 2 - 2. 5. Point the remote at the TV.6. Press PLAY Press FAST-FORWARD. Every time you press FF the remote sends out a new power-off command to the TV. Keep pressing FF until the TV turns off. (You can press REWIND to go back 1 code.) 8. When the TV turns off, you have found the right code. Press OK to store this code. 9. Press TV and the power should go on. You will now have volume control also. TIP: Press ff slowly so you know when it powers off and when you need to save the code by hitting OK after it powers off.
Put your TV/DVD/VCR on
hold in what you want to program TV/DVD/VCR BUTTON
(you dont need codes or anything)
then while holding in what you want to program (TV, DVD, VCR) hold in ON/OFF
both at the same time
when the light comes on and stays on
keep hitting ON/OFF BUTTON
do it slow, when the TV turns off hit the STOP button at the bottom
then hit the button you just programed
then hit the ON/OFF button, the TV/DVD/VCR will turn on
if it doesnt work, repeat. make sure you hit the stop button when the
TV/DVD/VCR shuts off, if you hit it an extra time while the TV/DVD/VCR
is off it wont work.