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Hi Kim, When you ordered the new key the dealer should have asked for the chassis number? That gives them the codes to pre program. so that it should activate and deactivate the alarm, if that is the problem! ? Regards John
If the tv remote is the original TV remote, it won't control the converter box (if this is an digital-to-analog converter). If it is another remote, then maybe. It depends on the remote and when it was programmed.
Most remotes are limited to codes for devices released at least 6 months before the remote was programmed. Thus is your TV remote was programmed in late 2006, then it may have the right code. Some universal remotes support the converter boxes; others don't. If you provide additional information on the remote, I may be able to give you more specific details for your situation.
I hope this helps.
Cindy Wells (any tv that requires a d-t-a converter box was built before any plans were finalized for the converter box.)
The 2003 Sonata is equipped with a 'starter KILL' burglar alarm system with disables the starting system (using a N/C 'contacts' configuration instead of a N/O contacts configuration). N/C=Normally closed, and N/O=Normally open contacts. When the alarm goes off with a MY Sonata, the only way to DISARM it is with the key fob (remote) originally programmed for it (unless you purchase a new remote & have it programmed for the vehicle at an authorized Hyundai Service Department). NOTE: So long as the keyless entry & burglar alarm system is functioning/operating normally, the alarm will keep going off and the STARTER KILL function will still prevent you from starting the vehicle. One option is left without purchasing a new remote and having it programmed. 1. When the alarm goes off, get into the vehicle and insert the ignition key into the ignition. 2. Turn the key to the 'RUN' position (NOT the ACC position) and wait for the alarm to STOP (usually about 3 to 5 minutes). 3. The engine should then start using the ignition key.
If this procedure doesn't work, the problem will need further diagnosis by a qualified/certified Hyundai Service Technician.
That is I wonder about your problem post! No universal remotes have the codes for Blu-Rays so far. You haven't try for that. You can synchronise other devices like TVs, VCRs, DVDs and so n, but not with Blu-Rays. The remote control you posesses now is one amoung the greatest one universal remotes we can get from market. Not waste your time for this purpose. Try to get its original number remote control from Sony. Just contact the nearest Sony Authorised Service center. They can provide you the original number remote handset. If you don't know the number of the remote control, isn't matter, just give them the exact model number of your device. OK.
Will not find a code for the DVD player though. Im not sure which model you have, but Dynex will send you to MCM Electronics for original replacement parts, that is their provider. Check out www.mcmelectronics.com or give them a call at 888-235-4692 to see if they have your remote. Remotes for the models DX-DVD2 and DX-UPDVD2 are both listed for $4.99 plus shipping.