Need Comcast Remote Code for Input Button on an LCD Samsung
I have a problem somewhat similar to Jessie25, who I replied to earlier. The difference is, my Comcast Remote Input Button refuses to display HDMI 2 as a selection option, which is where my PS3 system is located. (Whether the PS3 system is turned ON or OFF makes no difference.) I know the Input button can be re-programed to provide this option. Does anybody know the Comcast code and sequence steps needed for a Samsung HDTV? Art-in-Albuquerque
Re: Need Comcast Remote Code for Input Button on an LCD...
Samsung codes 10060, 10812 10702, 10178, 10030, 10766, 10814, 11060, 11903
press tv on the comcast remore it will flash
hold set up until the tv button flashed 2 times fast
key in the code
press power to see if your tv goes off
if so press power to turnit back on and you are done.
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First thing I would try is replace whatever cable you are using for the input. Or just turn the TV on and press the input/source button on the remote then move the input to see if you get anything different.
I dont think there is a usable 1 listed in our instructions. So you will need to use the manual search option on your Comcast remote. With the TV on stand close to the TV and hit the TV button then hold the set button until the cable light flashes 3 times...let the button go and type 991 then 1 again now tap the channel up button slowly 1 at a time until the TV shuts off then hit the set button again to lock that code in. If you miss it try the process again.
If you wish to get more details; check the sites linked here. It has set-up code list & set-up procedure to many popular brand remote controls. Common codes to check devices with different brand TVs are given, in the order of the device's brand name list in alphabetical order.Pull up older posts. Surf the site with patience. http://remotesearch.blogspot.com/ http://electrohelponline.blogspot.com/
You need to download below manual... it seems it is all similar, read below as well. http://osborne.www.idnet.com/hx525%20repair.pdf Your remote might be using the wrong "infrared code", so the recorder when in service mode cannot understand it. Sony offers a feature that allows their recorders to operate under three different remote control signals, so if you own more than one Sony the remotes will not interfere with each other. The standard remote code the recorder is set to when new is "3". If by some chance you changed that code yourself, or the store changed it, then your remote is not sending signals that "service mode" can recognize.
You will need to change the remote's control code to "3" before the recorder will recognize it while in service mode. To change the remote code, take the remote to another room away from the recorder. Hold down the enter button, then press the 3 button. Hold both buttons down for 7 seconds, then release. Try the remote on the recorder: it should now be recognized and able to operate the service menu. Upon exiting service mode, the recorder may revert back to whatever code was last set, and the "3" codes that worked in service mode may not work in normal recorder mode. If it does not, do the same as before: try changing the remote control from "3" to "2" or "1".
l. Push the "Menu button" 2. Push the "Menu button" again 3. Scroll to "Setup" and push "OK" 4. Scroll to "Guide setup" and push "OK" 5. Scroll to"No Auto Tune" 6. Click on arrow next to "No Auto Tune". This will change it to "Auto Tune". 7. Now exit, or just punch in any channel number.
You should now be able to go directly to a channel without entering zeros.