Question about Televison & Video
Instructions on back say to press and hold mode key while entering 3-digit code number for device
If you have a universal remote, you should be able to perform a code search to find what you want
Posted on Nov 05, 2012
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
The code for a Sanyo TV set should be 100. Press and hold the TV button on the remote while entering the code. The light should blink 5 times if it was accepted, and then you can test to see if it worked.
Posted on Feb 10, 2008
Check the manual for your Zenith; many of the Zeniths (and many others) have a 'scan' mode you can call up, in which you can repeatedly press one key (^ for example), then the Power Button. That will force the remote to set every code it has available, step by step.
If you no longer have the manual, you may find it here or several other sites that offer these.
Posted on Apr 09, 2008
SOURCE: philips pm 335 universal control
I found the manual for your remote control at:
I looked for the code for a zenith tv and it looks like they're all 3 digit codes. It lists: 002, 008, 115, 215, 405, 407, 601, 701, 713, 903, and 916. If none of these work, I would suggest programming with the code search.
1. Press and hold "Code Search" button until the red indicator stays on. Release the "Code Search" button.
2. Press and release the desired mode button (TV, DVD, etc.) The red indicator will blink, then stay lit.
3. Press and release the "Code Search" button. The indicator light blinks off.
4. To find the first digit for the code stored under the mode key pressed in step 2, press each numeric key from 0-9 in turn. When the indicator light blinks off the number you pressed is the first digit for the code you are searching for.
5. To find the second digit, repeat step 4, this time when the indicator light blinks off this is the second digit.
6. Repeat step 4 again to find the third digit.
Posted on Jun 21, 2008
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1. Turn on a device (e.g., VCR or DVD
Player) and, if applicable, insert
media, (e.g., video cassette or disc).
NOTE: Please read steps 2 to 6 completely
before proceeding. Highlight or write
down the codes and device you wish to
program before moving on to step 2.
2. On the remote control, press a
device key once (i.e., AUX or TV).
NOTE: Use the AUX key to program
control of an Audio Amplifier or
Receiver, a DVD Player, a Home-
Theater-In-A-Box Device, a PVR (or
DVR), or a VCR.
3. Press and hold Setup until the
selected mode key blinks twice,
then release Setup.
4. Locate the code for your device in
Manufacturer's Codes on the back
of this user guide. Brands are listed
in alphabetical order with the
most popular codes listed first.
5. Enter the first four-digit code for
your device. If you perform this
procedure correctly, the selected
mode key will blink twice.
NOTE: If you enter an invalid code, the
selected mode key will display one long
blink and exit the programming mode.
Repeat steps 2 to 5 with a valid code.
6. Aim the remote control at your
device and press Power once. The
device should turn off. If it does
not respond, repeat steps 2 to 6,
trying each code listed for your
brand until you find one that
works. If it still does not work, try
Searching For Your Code.
NOTE: If the device does not have a
Power key, press the (Play) key
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