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are you looking for the code for your Universal tv remote?
if so you'l need to know the model # for your tv (it'll be on your tv manual or likely a sticker on the back of your tv)
then you can use sony's site
to find the programing code.
hope this is what you where looking for.
~Good Luck either way!
The code can either be automatically found or you can look it up online. To automatically program it follow these steps:
Turn on the TV, and then point the remote control toward the TV. Then press and hold the TV button and the OK button at the same time for two seconds. Then all of the buttons will light up for two seconds, then only numbers 1-12 will stay lit. Then press the CH+ button to send a series of off commands to your TV. Continue pressing until your TV turns off. Note
Give enough time for the TV to respond to the off command after you
press each button. Some TVs take more time to react to off commands
than other TVs.
Press the TV button to save the code and to exit. All the buttons on the remote control will blink three times to confirm the code.
If this does not work then repeat the steps up to the point where the 1-12 buttons light up. Then go to this site and find your TVs code, there will most likely be a few codes for your TV, try each one until one works:
Depending on the type of inputs you have on your TV, you may need to order a component cable. The one that ships with the Wii is just a composite cable and some high-end TVs might not have the right connection for it. Fortunately, you can get this cable for less than $5 at monoprice.com. Good luck!