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Generic remote control

The remote doesn't work and I haven't been able to use a "generic" Does somebody know the number codes to input in a generic remote? thanks

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  • bethen69 Sep 07, 2008

    I have a new dvr player from cox cable. My remote for the dvd player has never worked and I would like a list of codes so I may program the dvd player and dvr to work from the same remote. (cox)Is this possible? Thanks, beth



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Remote transmitters have to have the program in it for the device you are trying to use it with, and the codes simply retreive the progrom, so there are no codes to install as it simply cannot be done. An original replacement can be gotten here:, or the original remote from Samsung is less expensive and can be gotten here: Good Luck

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