Need remote code for Philips HTS3565D for ATT U-verse remote
I have tried all manufacturer's codes provided to me by AT&T, and none work for the Philips HTS3565D home theater in a box. Auto programming with code 922 does not work either. Anyone have a code that works?
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Get a Logitech Harmony remote. It programs from their website so if ever you change TV's or any other Hi Fi component, you simply connect the remote to a USB port on your PC and reprogram it to operate the new equipment. It never gets obsolete and will operate several hundred different devices. You can use it to replace several remotes so one remote will operate the whole sound system, TV, DVD players,Audio amps and satellite receivers.
It should still be possible to use a universal remote to power on your TV.
Some universal remote instructions will say that the device has to be turned on in order to properly program the remote. This is not necessarily true, and you should still be able to use the universal remote to find a preset that will at least turn your TV on so you can then follow the instructions for the remote to find the exact preset that will work with every button on the remote.
First, look in the instruction booklet of the universal remote for the section of preset codes. It should be a huge list of 3-5 digit numbers with corresponding device names. There should be at least one or several for Philips devices. Find the code that matches your device.
Then, follow the instructions to program in that code. Should be something like: Hold down a certain button until the light on the remote blinks. Enter the code. Press another button to program the remote for that code. Keep in mind every universal remote is different and will have different steps to follow, but all generally work the same way.
At this point you'll want to just try the POWER button on the remote. If your TV turns on it means the code you entered is the correct code, or at least close to the right one. If it's not the exact correct code some of the other buttons won't work or will command your TV to do the wrong thing.
If your TV does not turn on with the first code you tried, you will need to program the remote with on of the other Philips codes. Just follow the same instructions you used to enter the first code and try another one from the list. Try the POWER button with each of the codes used until the TV turns on.
If none of the Philips codes work you will need to follow the universal remote's instructions to cycle through all of the codes (I have had to do this before). There should be another section of instructions that tell you how to do this. Again, try the POWER button for every code until the TV turns on. Once the TV is on, you will want to follow the instructions for the remote as normal to find the exact code preset that will work correctly with your TV.
If all else fails you might want to purchase a remote that is at least newer than the TV you are trying to operate because an older universal remote may not have the correct preset for a newer device.
I had trouble with dvds skipping like the system couldn't keep up with the video. I upgraded the firmware and that seemed to fix it. Just go to the product page on the Philips website and look under software and drivers for more info. I have the same popping noises and don't know what to do about that.
I have the same problem. The only time that I can get it to work is whenever I turn on the cable box the home theater system turns on too. When I use the DVR it will turn it on too and want to play the CD/DVD. I have a Comcast Motorola DCH3416 DVR box.