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0392,0399. Try these codes. If you wish to get more; check the site linked here. It has set-up code list & set-up procedure to many popular brand remote controls. See it in "Mosaic" view. It will make surf easier. http://electrohelponline.blogspot.com/
Try this...1) turn on your tv set manually.2) on you dish remote..press and hold the "TV" mode button next to the "SAT" button.when all of the other mode buttons light up, let the "TV" button go...it should be flashing.3) Press the blank power button(The top red button in the top center of the remote).4) press the UP or DOWN button at the rate of about 1 per second until the tv turns off.4) When the tv turns off...press the # key on the bottom right of the remote...this stores the code and you should be ready to go...please try this first..It should work.If the scan doesn't work...The only code for Orion is "694".I hope this was helpful....
Are you talking about codes for the remote? If so, Sylvania usually does not work with the codes supplied in the booklet. What you need to do is look in the booklet for the alternate programming method. It will tell you which buttons you need to push to set it up, then you will have to push a given button until it finds the code on its own, and responds by either turning the set off, or changing a channel. Hope this is what you needed.
Posting regarding the NHENS converter in January 2009. Bought it at Radio Shaft and it works -- feeding an old Panasonic b/w TV on channel 3. Live within 25 miles of the Empire State Building and the converter has managed to pick up and lock up on all NYC signals but channel 13. Also brings in channel 41 (licenced to NJ) and its subchannels plus the nearby channel 58 and its NJN-2 subchannel. Antenna is an amplified indoor rabbit ears with a loop also from Radio Shaft perched atop a kitchen cupboard on the 2nd floor of our house. Apparently, NHENS managed to correct the above referenced problems.