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Sounds like the manufacturer did an upgrade. You can look up the remote control codes for that TV. Turn the TV power on. Then using the codes you found set each one into the remote you have and check the functioning by trying to turn the TV off. If you are unable to see instructions for setting the codes into your new remote, or if they weren't supplied by the seller, you'll have to find it's manual online and follow those instructions. It could be that Toshiba used the same control model for more than one TV set model. Often just putting in batteries will work but when it doesn't you have to treat the remote as a universal remote. If you can't use the primary unit setting to work you can try to set it up as an"AUX" unit as you would do for a second TV.
Your Toshiba remote should have the necessary codes to control your Toshiba TV unless one is much older than the other.
If your RCA remote is programmable, you can use its "code search" feature to find an applicable code or codes. If a complete search of all codes stored in your RCA remote fails to find a code, you may have to try another programmable remote or simply wait until the replacement Toshiba remote arrives.
Hi, Cheri Torres with DISH Network Customer Service. I came across your post and wanted to see if I could help. The information you provided leads me to believe that you will need to address your DISH Network remote to your Toshiba TV. There are a few different codes for each of our different models of remotes. I will list here for you the codes for our more popular models of remotes and also the instructions for addressing your remote to your TV. I hope you find this information useful and if you have any further questions or concerns feel free to email me anytime at Cheri.Torres@Dishnetwork.com and I will be happy to help!
Instructions for addressing the remote to the TV
Turn the Television On
Press and Hold the TV Mode button until all other mode buttons light up red.
Enter the three-digit code using the buttons on the number pad.
Press the pound(#) button. Note: The LED will flash three times.
Test functionality with the TV
Return to Step 2 if the remote is not able to turn the TV On/Off, change the
volume and mute the television.
I am not familiar with the Time Warner remote, but Tivo remotes require pressing "tv power" and the "Tivo" button at the same time to program them. Maybe you are pressing one a little ahead of the other.
remote codes are set by the manufacurer of the remote not the tv. if there are any others not listed in instructions for remote, the manufacturer of remote would have them. most combo unit are not able to be programmed into universal remotes due to the fact that there are alot of specialized function buttons on original remote. you can obtain a replacement remote thru toshiba
I was able to find the MSN TV Set Up Guide Manual online. Within it was the list of codes for various brands of TVs. One of those for Toshiba TV was in bold print. I used the instructions for entering the code and used that bold printed code. The remote worked both the Toshiba TV and the MSN TV2 unit after that code was entered. Apparently the remote had lost the original code somehow.
You need to be using the TV's remote, not the Time Warner remote. You are reading the TV's manual to set it's remote, not the Time Warner remote. If you want the Time Warner remote to operate the TV, you will need to find the instructions that the Time Warner box/receiver provides and enter the TV's code.