Question about Televison & Video
Just bought a RCA LCD TV model RLC3956A & need URC code for remote control as Cogeco remote (URC1056B03) won't work with it.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: need tv code list for urc-4605
Hello, follow this link to download the manual and the codes for your remotes:
just right click and save as on the download links.
if this does not work you can try the search method,
you do this by either holding down the device button eg: TV or if you have one the "magic" button for three seconds, a light should then flash twice to say you have done this correctly.
then press the keys 991 then the power button.
you must now press the channel up key (ch+) possibly upto 150 times while the remote cycles through every code.
Once your tv or device switches off stop pressing the ch+ key and press the power button to make sure it switches back on,
(if you press ch+ too many times you can go back by pressing ch-)
When complete press the magic or device key again to save the settings (light should flash twice to confirm)
(For low price replacement remotes visit www.sparky-uk.com)
Posted on Feb 25, 2008
SOURCE: code for Magnasonic TV
If the GE doesn't have a code scan function (similar to ExpressVu remotes) then you can always buy a programmable remote such as the Logitec Harmony. I tried it and it works fine on my Magnasonic GCT5501.
Posted on Mar 20, 2009
With your model number at hand, check the RCA website for a later code list.
If you are the exception, you might find one.
Most all remotes have a 'search' function that lets you scan through all of the available code sets but this feature will, in most cases, provide only minimal functionality such as Power, Volume and Channel.
In truth, there isn't any such thing as a 'universal' remote, including the 'learning' remotes; I have one of those and it is unable to 'learn' from either of my later sets' remotes. At best, these should be called (honestly) 'multi-brand.'
Posted on May 17, 2009
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