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If you whsh to get all functions operated with your TV, you must have its original remote control, and it is no doubt. No universal remote control will operate with all functions, that are supposed to be, especially to Sony Brands. You can buy the original remote control from the authorized service center for Sony, or from any authorized dealer for Sony. Then why do you go for an experiment
I have an LG as well. My troublshooing says: "Check the power control setting.The power supply may be interupted. Check if the Auto sleep feature is actiated in the Time settings. Refer to the " Sleep timer". If there is no signal while the TV is on, the TV will turn off automatically after 15 miutes or so"
You need to "program" your Shaw remote to control your TV, including the volume up/down on the remote.
Take your Shaw remote control, and follow the instructions on the back. If that does not work, telephone Shaw, and ask for technical support for TV.
Here's how to scan for TV codes on your DIRECTV remote
1.Make sure your TV is turned on.
2.Slide the mode switch at top of remote to "TV".
3.Press and hold the MUTE button. This is located above the number 1 button.
4.While still holding down MUTE, press and hold the SELECT button until green light at the top of the remote flashes twice.
5.Then enter 991, the green light on remote should flash twice.
5b. Press 1 again (it will flash twice
again), then you press the power on button at the very top right.
6.Point remote at TV and press CHANNEL UP button. Tap the CHANNEL UP button repeatedly until the TV powers off.
*If you hit channel up very fast, you risk going past the code. Pressing
channel down will back it up. I alway hit channel up very fast till the
tv turns off, then back it up slowly till it comes back on.
7.When the TV powers off, press and release the SELECT button.
*Note: If the green light flashes three times before TV responds, then
all codes have been cycled through. Our remote controls are guaranteed
to program to your DIRECTV receiver, however your TV may not be
compatible with our remote control.
Setting up the Philips RC 144 remote if the remote codes are invalid or unknownIf
you do not know the remote codes for a device, or if you've tried all
the listed remote codes for your device and none of them work, you can
search for the correct remote code by following the steps below.
Note: These steps only apply to the Philips RC 144 Remote Control. If this is not the make and model of your remote, go to the supported remote control models page and find the instructions for your specific remote control.
Searching for a Device Code
on the device you want to program into your remote, for example if you
are programming your remote to control your TV, then turn on the TV.
Press and hold the device button for the device you turned on in step 1 (DVD, AUX, TV, STB) and press OK. Release both buttons.
The mode buttons blink twice.
Point the remote control toward the device you are setting up and press the upper part of the Play button.
Press the Fast Forward button. If the device you are setting up does not turn off, keep pressing the Fast Forward button until the device powers off. (You can use the Rewind button to go back, if necessary.)
When the device powers off then you've found the correct code for that device. Press OK to assign the code in your remote control.
are over 200 possible combinations for TV and DVD codes. The most
common codes are tried first but you may still need to press the Fast
Forward or Rewind buttons over 200 times to find the correct code for
If you reach the end of the list of codes, the
entire remote flashes twice and returns to normal operation. You can
exit programming at any time by pressing the Exit button.
I had this exact same problem. After a week or so it started responding to the remote control again. Then after a couple of days it stopped responding. This problem came and went for about a month, then one day the entire TV went dead. When I powered it on, the green light appeared for 2 seconds followed by a sequence of 6 flashing red lights that repeated. I brought my set in to a repair shop and they replaced the power supply board. That fixed the problem and now the TV powers up and responds to the remote control again. Total charge was $250. That was very disappointing for a $1,500 TV that was only 18 months old. I'm going to let Philips know how disappointed I am in their product!