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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: set top box and remote control
I have the same problem. When I move the 8300HDC away from the TV, or power off the TV, the remote responds. There seems to be some kind of RF interference, which makes no sense since the TV shouldn't emit RF, and the the box should be using IR only for remote input. My TV is a 46" LCD Samsung. Try turning off the TV and see if the 8300HDC responds to powering on and off with the remote.
Posted on Nov 18, 2007
try connecting the box to a different input
also try connecting another device (like a VCR) in place of the box to see if the problem exists without the cable box
Posted on Jan 13, 2008
SOURCE: i have a hitachi 43uwx10b
Yes, almost ANY hitachi remote made in the last ten years will work.
The original will have a CLU-5722-TSI marked on the front. Lots of them on Ebay and other sites.
Google the model number with the word remote after it and see how many there are.
Lots of universal remotes will be missing functions only on the original remote. That remote will operate all the projection, LCD, PLASMA, and regular sets made by Hitachi for at least the last 15 years.
I know, it works on my 1991 Hitachi rear projection set perfectly.
Let me know if you have questions---avoid universal remotes like the plague.
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Posted on Sep 18, 2010
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The One For All 4 Device Universal Remote Control is preprogrammed at
the factory to operate an RCA TV, a Toshiba DVD player, a Motorola cable
box, and an RCA VCR.To control devices other than the default brands,perform
the following steps; otherwise skip this section:
 Turn on a desired device (e.g.,VCR or DVD player) and, if
applicable, insert media (e.g., cassette or disc).
NOTE: Please read steps 2 through 4 completely before proceeding.
Highlight or write down the codes and device you wish to program
before starting step 2.
 On the remote control,press a device key once (i.e., VCR/PVR,
DVD, CBL/SAT,or TV).
NOTE: To program control of a VCR, PVR (or DVR),TV/VCR Combo,
or TV/VCR/DVD Player Combo press VCR/PVR once.After programming
a VCR Combo device, you will be able to control channel selection,
volume, and VCR functions.
NOTE: To program control of a DVD Player,DVD Player/VCR
Combo, or TV/DVD Player Combo, press DVD once.After programming
a DVD Combo device, you will be able to control channel selection,
volume, and DVD functions.
NOTE: To program control of a Cable Box, Cable Box/PVR (or DVR)
Combo, Satellite Receiver, or a Satellite Receiver/PVR (or DVR)
Combo, press CBL/SAT once.
 Press and hold SET until the LED (red light) blinks twice,
then release SET.
 Use the Manufacturer's Codes (starting on page 18) to
locate the type of device and brand name and then enter
the first four-digit code for your device. If performed correctly,
the LED will blink twice.
NOTE: If the LED did not blink twice, repeat steps 2 through 4 and enter
the same code again.
 Aim the remote control at the device and press POWER
once.The device should turn off. If it does not, repeat
steps 2 through 5, trying each code for your brand until
you find one that works. If it still doesn't work, try
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NOTE: If the device does not have a POWER key, press PLAY
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