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How do I program the remote to my tv


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DIRECT CODE ENTRY

Step 1:Press and hold the device key (TV, VCR, SAT, etc) you wish to program. The illuminated ON/OFF key(*) turns on and remains on. If you release the device key at any time during theDirect Code Entryprocedure, the illuminated ON/OFF key blinks 4 times, and the process is exited.
Step 2:While holding down the device key, use the number keys (0-9) on the keypad to enter your equipment's code. While you are pressing the numbers, the illuminated ON/OFF key turns off.

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Step 3:After the 4th number is entered, the illuminated ON/OFF key turns on. At this time, release the device key. If the illuminated ON/OFF key turns off, you have entered a valid code and have followed the correct procedure. If you enter a code that is not in the Code Lists or you do not follow all of the correct steps for Direct Code Entry, the illuminated ON/OFF key blinks 4 times when the component key is released - an indication that a programming error has occurred. In that case, repeat the process from Step 1 and try the next code in the list.
Step 4:To confirm that remote is programmed with the correct code for maximum functionality, test it. If some of the features of your equipment do not work, try programming the remote with a different code in the list until you find the code that allows the remote to control the majority of your component's functions as different codes can provide different levels of functionality.
* some models like the RCR450 have a LED indicator light in place of the illuminated ON/OFF key.

AUTO CODE SEARCH

If your component's brand is not listed in the code tables, or if you have tried all of the codes for your brand and the remote does not operate your component, try the Auto Code Search method below. The remote will cycle through all of the codes, in the event that your code is listed under another brand. TheAuto Code Searchmethod may take a long time because the remote searches through all of the codes in its memory for the code that operates your component. Therefore, if your brand appears in the code list you should try first theDirect Code Entrymethod described above.
Step 1:Manually turn on the device you want the remote to control (TV, VCR, DVD, cable box, etc.).
Step 2:Press and hold the device button (TV, VCR, DVD, etc.) you wish to program. The illuminated ON/OFF key turns on and remains on.
Step 3:While holding the component button down, press and hold the ON/OFF key. The illuminated ON/OFF key turns off.
Step 4:After holding down both keys for 3 seconds, the illuminated ON/OFF key turns back on.
Step 5:Release both keys. The illuminated ON/OFF key remains on.
Step 6:Press and release the PLAY button, then wait 5 seconds to see if your component turns off. If your component does not respond, continue to press the PLAY key every 5 seconds until your component turns off. Each time you press the PLAY key, the illuminated ON/OFF key blinks and a block of ten codes are sent to your component. This process continues until all of the codes have been searched. If your device has not turned off after all codes have been searched, the illuminated ON/OFF key blinks 4 times and turns off. The Auto Code Search Entry method is exited.
Step 7:When your equipment turns off, you know'll that the correct code is in the last block of 10 codes sent. Press and release the REVERSE key, Wait 2 seconds to see if your component turns on again. If your component does not respond, continue to press the REVERSE button every 2 seconds until your component turns on again. This will isolate the correct code in the last block of codes sent. Each time the REVERSE key is pressed, the illuminated ON/OFF key blinks.
Note:If you accidentally press the REVERSE button after your device responds, press and release the FORWARD key. Wait 2 seconds to see if your component turns off again.
Step 8:Once your component turns on, you have found the correct code. You must save the new code by pressing and releasing the STOP key. The illuminated ON/OFF key turns off.
Important:You must press the STOP key to save the code or the correct code will not be stored!

MANUAL CODE ENTRY

Step 1:Manually turn on the component you want the remote to control and keep the remote pointed at it.
Step 2:Press and hold the component key (TV, VCR, DVD, etc.) you wish to program. The LED indicator light turns on and remains on.
Step 3:While holding the component key down, press and hold the ON/OFF key. The LED indicator light turns off.
Step 4:After holding down both keys for 3 seconds, the LED indicator light turns back on.
Step 5:Release both keys. The LED indicator light remains on.
Step 6:Press and release the ON/OFF key repeatedly until your component turns off. Each time you press the ON/OFF key, the LED indicator light blinks, and the next code in the list is sent. This process continues until all of the codes in the Code Lists have been searched. If your component turns off, you have found the correct code.
Because there are so many codes, you may have to press the ON/OFF key many times - possibly up to 200 times.
Step 7:Once you have found the correct code, you must save the new code by pressing and releasing the STOP key.

CODE RETRIEVAL

If you used one of the Code Search methods above to program your remote you may want to record the codes for future reference. Retrieving the actual code and writing it down will save you time if you ever need to program the remote again (when you change the batteries for example). If the codes are recorded, you can use the Direct Entry method to reprogram your remote to control your device, which is quick and easy.
Step 1:Press and hold the component key (TV, DVD, etc.) whose code you wish to retrieve. The illuminated ON/OFF key turns on.
Step 2:While holding the device key down, press and hold the INFO key. The illuminated ON/OFF key will turn off.
Step 3:After holding down both keys for 3 seconds, the illuminated ON/OFF key turns back on.
Step 4:Release both keys. The illuminated ON/OFF key remains lit.
Step 5:Starting with the number 1 key, press and release each number key on the keypad in the following order: 1 to 9, then 0. The number that causes the illuminated ON/OFF key to blink is the first number of the code.
Note:
TV codes begin with the number 1
VCR codes begin with the number 2
DVD codes begin with the number 3
Satellite receivers and cable boxes, codes begin with the number 5.
Step 6:Repeat step 5 until you have retrieved all 4 numbers in the code.
Step 7:After the fourth number is retrieved, the illuminated ON/OFF key blinks briefly, then turns off.
Note:To exit theCode RetrievalMode, press and release the "GO BACK" button at any time.


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Programming remote control


DIRECT CODE ENTRY

Step 1:Press and hold the device key (TV, VCR, SAT, etc) you wish to program. The illuminated ON/OFF key(*) turns on and remains on. If you release the device key at any time during theDirect Code Entryprocedure, the illuminated ON/OFF key blinks 4 times, and the process is exited.
Step 2:While holding down the device key, use the number keys (0-9) on the keypad to enter your equipment's code. While you are pressing the numbers, the illuminated ON/OFF key turns off.
Step 3:After the 4th number is entered, the illuminated ON/OFF key turns on. At this time, release the device key. If the illuminated ON/OFF key turns off, you have entered a valid code and have followed the correct procedure. If you enter a code that is not in the Code Lists or you do not follow all of the correct steps for Direct Code Entry, the illuminated ON/OFF key blinks 4 times when the component key is released - an indication that a programming error has occurred. In that case, repeat the process from Step 1 and try the next code in the list.
Step 4:To confirm that remote is programmed with the correct code for maximum functionality, test it. If some of the features of your equipment do not work, try programming the remote with a different code in the list until you find the code that allows the remote to control the majority of your component's functions as different codes can provide different levels of functionality.
* some models like the RCR450 have a LED indicator light in place of the illuminated ON/OFF key.

AUTO CODE ENTRY

If your component's brand is not listed in the code tables, or if you have tried all of the codes for your brand and the remote does not operate your component, try the Auto Code Search method below. The remote will cycle through all of the codes, in the event that your code is listed under another brand. TheAuto Code Searchmethod may take a long time because the remote searches through all of the codes in its memory for the code that operates your component. Therefore, if your brand appears in the CODE LIST You should try first theDirect Code Entrymethod described above.
Step 1:Manually turn on the device you want the remote to control (TV, VCR, DVD, cable box, etc.).
Step 2:Press and hold the device button (TV, VCR, DVD, etc.) you wish to program. The illuminated ON/OFF key turns on and remains on.
Step 3:While holding the component button down, press and hold the ON/OFF key. The illuminated ON/OFF key turns off.
Step 4:After holding down both keys for 3 seconds, the illuminated ON/OFF key turns back on.
Step 5:Release both keys. The illuminated ON/OFF key remains on.
Step 6:Press and release the PLAY button, then wait 5 seconds to see if your component turns off. If your component does not respond, continue to press the PLAY key every 5 seconds until your component turns off. Each time you press the PLAY key, the illuminated ON/OFF key blinks and a block of ten codes are sent to your component. This process continues until all of the codes have been searched. If your device has not turned off after all codes have been searched, the illuminated ON/OFF key blinks 4 times and turns off. The Auto Code Search Entry method is exited.
Step 7:When your equipment turns off, you know'll that the correct code is in the last block of 10 codes sent. Press and release the REVERSE key, Wait 2 seconds to see if your component turns on again. If your component does not respond, continue to press the REVERSE button every 2 seconds until your component turns on again. This will isolate the correct code in the last block of codes sent. Each time the REVERSE key is pressed, the illuminated ON/OFF key blinks.
Note:If you accidentally press the REVERSE button after your device responds, press and release the FORWARD key. Wait 2 seconds to see if your component turns off again.
Step 8:Once your component turns on, you have found the correct code. You must save the new code by pressing and releasing the STOP key. The illuminated ON/OFF key turns off.
Important:You must press the STOP key to save the code or the correct code will not be stored!

MANUAL CODE SEARCH

Step 1:Manually turn on the component you want the remote to control and keep the remote pointed at it.
Step 2:Press and hold the component key (TV, VCR, DVD, etc.) you wish to program. The LED indicator light turns on and remains on.
Step 3:While holding the component key down, press and hold the ON/OFF key. The LED indicator light turns off.
Step 4:After holding down both keys for 3 seconds, the LED indicator light turns back on.
Step 5:Release both keys. The LED indicator light remains on.
Step 6:Press and release the ON/OFF key repeatedly until your component turns off. Each time you press the ON/OFF key, the LED indicator light blinks, and the next code in the list is sent. This process continues until all of the codes in the Code Lists have been searched. If your component turns off, you have found the correct code.
Because there are so many codes, you may have to press the ON/OFF key many times - possibly up to 200 times.
Step 7:Once you have found the correct code, you must save the new code by pressing and releasing the STOP key.

CODE RETRIEVAL

If you used one of the Code Search methods above to program your remote you may want to record the codes for future reference. Retrieving the actual code and writing it down will save you time if you ever need to program the remote again (when you change the batteries for example). If the codes are recorded, you can use the Direct Entry method to reprogram your remote to control your device, which is quick and easy.
Step 1:Press and hold the component key (TV, DVD, etc.) whose code you wish to retrieve. The illuminated ON/OFF key turns on.
Step 2:While holding the device key down, press and hold the INFO key. The illuminated ON/OFF key will turn off.
Step 3:After holding down both keys for 3 seconds, the illuminated ON/OFF key turns back on.
Step 4:Release both keys. The illuminated ON/OFF key remains lit.
Step 5:Starting with the number 1 key, press and release each number key on the keypad in the following order: 1 to 9, then 0. The number that causes the illuminated ON/OFF key to blink is the first number of the code.
Note:
TV codes begin with the number 1
VCR codes begin with the number 2
DVD codes begin with the number 3
Satellite receivers and cable boxes, codes begin with the number 5.
Step 6:Repeat step 5 until you have retrieved all 4 numbers in the code.
Step 7:After the fourth number is retrieved, the illuminated ON/OFF key blinks briefly, then turns off.
Note:To exit theCode RetrievalMode, press and release the "GO BACK" button at any time.
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Automatic door lock 1999 toyota prerunner


hi jerome
I have the procedure for Toyota auto lock, is worth to try it
AUTOMATIC LOCK SETTING
1) Step in the vehicle and make sure that all doors are closed completely
2) Insert the key into the ignition key cylinder.
3) Wait for more than 5 seconds.
4) After turning the key to the ACC position, turn the key from the ACC to the
ON position 5 times within 10 seconds (Last position : ON).
? Status Monitor LED will illuminate for 30 seconds.
Note : In case you implement 6 times or more by mistake,
action steps 6)-8) you made will be canceled.
Please retry from step 2).
5) While the LED is illuminated :
• Open and close the driver's door 2 times.
• Turn the key to the ACC position.
? LED will continue illuminating.
? Indicator lights will flash 2 times.
Ignition controlled door lock ON :
6) While the LED is illuminated:
• Open and close the driver's door 1 time.
• Turn the key ACC-ON-ACC 1 time (Last position : ACC).
? Indicator lights will flash 1 time.
? LED will extinguish.
Ignition controlled door lock OFF :
6) While the LED is illuminated :
• Open and close the driver's door 2 times.
• Turn the key ACC-ON-ACC 1 time (Last position : ACC).
? Indicator lights will flash 2 times.
? LED will extinguish.

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Programming the Remote:

Your universal remote can operate a variety of brands of components. In order for your universal remote to control your components, you need to program the remote with the codes that match the components (See Code List below). These codes enable the remote to communicate with your components. Each brand and each component has its own "language," and, by programming the correct codes into your remote, you tell the remote to "speak the same language" as your components.

There are two methods you can use to program your remote control to operate your components: Direct Code Entry and Manual Code Search and Entry. Most components can be programmed in one of these ways. Try them in the order listed.

In order to control combo TV/VCR or TV/DVD units, you must program both the TV key and the VCR•DVD key. Once programmed successfully, the TV key controls the TV functions on your unit, and the VCR•DVD key controls the VCR or DVD functions. There is a specific section in the Code List for combo units. The codes in this section should be tried first, using Direct Code Entry on the TV and VCR•DVD keys. If this is unsuccessful, follow the normal programming methods for both the TV and the VCR•DVD keys

Direct Code Entry:

To program your universal remote to control your components using the Direct Code Entry Method, follow the steps below.

1. Manually turn on the component you want the remote to control (TV, VCR, DVD, satellite receiver or cable box).

2. Find the Code List below. Find the list for the component you wish to program. Find your component's brand. You will see a listing of four-digit codes for each brand. If your brand isn't listed, use the Manual Code Search method to program the remote control. (Refer to page 5 in the User Manual for Manual Code Search method, or scroll down in this Answer to the next section.)

3. Press and hold the component key (TV, VCR•DVD, SAT•CBL) you wish to program. The LED indicator light turns on and remains on. If you release the component key any time during the Direct Code Entry procedure, the LED indicator light blinks four times, and the process is exited.

4. While holding down the component key, consult the Code Lists for the four-digit code that corresponds to your component's brand and use the number keys (0-9) on the keypad to enter it. While you are pressing the numbers, the LED indicator light turns off.

5. After the fourth number is entered, the LED indicator light turns on. At this time, release the component key. If the LED indicator light turns off, you have entered a valid code and have followed the correct procedure
for Direct Code Entry. If you enter a code number that is not in the Code Lists or you do not follow all of the steps for Direct Code Entry, the LED indicator light blinks four times when the component key is released. This is an indication that a programming error has occurred. In that case, repeat the Direct Code Entry process from step 3 and try the next code listed. The last programmed code under that component key is retained. Throughout the programming of each key, be sure to keep the remote pointed at the IR sensor of the component you are currently programming the remote to control.

6. To confirm that the component key is programmed with the correct code for maximum functionality, test the component. Attempt to control a variety of the component's functions with the remote. If some of the features of your components do not work, try programming the remote with a different code in the list until you find the code that allows the remote to control the majority of your component's functions. Different codes can provide different levels of functionality.

Manual Code Search and Entry:

If your component's brand isn't listed in the Code Lists, or if you have tried all of the codes for your brand and the remote does not operate your component, try the Manual Code Search. This Code Search method cycles through all of the codes in the Code Lists in the event that your component's code is listed under another brand. The Manual Code Search method may take a long time because the remote searches through all of the codes in its memory for the code that operates your component. Therefore, if your brand is listed in the Code Lists, first try the Direct Code Entry method described on page 4 in the User's Manual also described above.

NOTE: To exit without saving any point in the Manual Code Search, press and release the GO BACK key.

1. Manually turn on the component you want the remote to control (TV, VCR, DVD, satellite receiver or cable box).

Note: If you press an invalid key during the Manual Code Search, the remote does not respond and the LED indicator light does not blink. If you do not press a valid Manual Code Search key (TV, VCR•DVD, SAT•CBL, ON•OFF, GO BACK), the search times out after two minutes. When the search times out, the LED indicator light blinks four times and turns off. The last programmed code under that component key is retained.

2. If you are programming the remote to control your TV or satellite receiver, go directly to step 3. To program the remote to control a VCR or DVD follow the preprogramming method listed below.

Preprogramming the VCR/DVD Key

The VCR•DVD key can control only one component, either your VCR or your DVD. To program your remote to control either your DVD or your VCR, you must first put the remote in the proper programming mode. Follow these directions before proceeding to step 3.

a. Press and hold the VCR•DVD key. The LED indicator light turns on.

b. While holding down the VCR•DVD key, press and release the number 2 key on the keypad to control a VCR or the number 3 key to control a DVD. The LED indicator light turns off.

c. Release the VCR•DVD key. The LED indicator light blinks four times and then turns off. Your remote is now either in VCR or DVD Programming Mode, depending on which you chose. Proceed to step 3.

3. Press and hold the component key (TV, VCR•DVD, SAT•CBL) you wish to program. The LED indicator light turns on and remains on.

4. While holding the component key down, press and hold the ON•OFF key. The LED indicator light turns off.

5. After holding down both keys for three seconds, the LED indicator light turns back on.

6. Release both keys. The LED indicator light remains on. Throughout the programming of each key, be sure to keep the remote pointed at the
IR sensor of the component you are currently programming the remote to control.

7. Press and release the ON•OFF key repeatedly until your component turns off. Each time you press the ON•OFF key, the LED indicator light blinks, and the next code in the list is sent. This process continues until all of the codes in the Code Lists have been searched. If your component
turns off, you have found the correct code. (If it cycles through and the LED indicator light blinks four times and turns off, all codes have been searched. The Manual Code Search method is exited.) Because there are so many codes, you may have to press the ON•OFF key many times-possibly up to 200 times.

8. Once you have found the correct code, you must save the new
code by pressing and releasing the STOP key. The LED indicator
light turns off. You must press the STOP key to save the code or the correct code will not be stored!

9. Once you press the STOP key, the code is stored.

Testing the Code for Maximum Functionality:

1. Once the code has been stored (see Manual Code Search and Entry Method above), use the remote to attempt to control a variety of the component's functions. If the code that has been stored controls the majority of the component's functions, programming is complete. If the
code stored does not give maximum functionality, you will want to try another code.

2. In that case, repeat the Manual Code Search and Entry Method from step 1. When the component turns off for the first time, do not press the STOP key, which would store the code. Instead, with the unit now off, continue to press the ON•OFF key repeatedly until the unit turns back on. Once the unit turns back on, you have found another code that operates the component. Press the STOP key.

3. Test the functionality again by attempting to control a variety of the component's functions. If the code that has been stored controls the majority of the component's functions, programming is complete. If the code stored does not give maximum functionality, you will want to try another code.

4. Repeat the Manual Code Search and Entry Method from step 1. Each time a code turns the component on or off, you have found a code that operates the remote and needs to be tested for maximum functionality. Continue through the code lists, cycling through the codes you have already tried, until you find one that offers maximum functionality.

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Canon printer MPC600F machine gives error ##335


Reset Waste Ink


1. Turn off the printer. And disconnect the printer cable.
2. Press and hold the POWER button, turn on the printer.
3. The indicator (L.E.D.) should be green.
4. Press and release the RESUME button , the indicator (L.E.D.)
should be orange.
5. Press and hold the RESUME button again, the indicator
(L.E.D.) should be green
6. Release both buttons



Also you can try these steps if the first ones don't work for your model
1) Enter SERVICE MODE.
By pressing Menu, Copy, Scan, Copy, Copy
2) Select TEST MODE.
3) Select [8] PRINTER TEST in TEST MODE.
4) Select 3. [EEPROM CLEAR].
5) Select 0. [INK COUNT].
6) Press the [Set] key.
7) Press the [Stop/Reset] key (returning to the state of 3)), and then press the [ON/OFF] key.

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How to program a rca rcr451 remote


1. Manually turn on the component
you want the remote to control
(TV, VCR, DVD, satellite receiver
or cable box).
2. Locate the enclosed Code Lists.
Find the list for the component
you wish to program. Find your
component’s brand. You will see a
listing of four-digit codes for each
brand. If your brand isn’t listed,
use the Manual Code Search
method to program the remote
control. (Refer to page 6 for
Manual Code Search method.)
3. Press and hold the component key
(TV, VCR, DVD, SAT·CBL) you
wish to program. The LED
indicator light turns on and remains
on. If you release the component
key any time during the Direct
Code Entry procedure, the LED
indicator light blinks four times,
and the process is exited.
4. While holding down the component
key, consult the Code Lists for the
four-digit code that corresponds to
your component’s brand and use the
number keys (0-9) on the keypad to
enter it. While you are pressing the
numbers, the LED indicator
light turns off.
5. After the fourth number is entered,
the LED indicator light turns on. At
this time, release the component key.
If the LED indicator light turns off,
you have entered a valid code and
have followed the correct procedure
for Direct Code Entry.
If you enter a code number that is
not in the Code Lists or you do not
follow all of the steps for Direct
Code Entry, the LED indicator light
blinks four times when the
component key is released. This is an
indication that a programming error
has occurred. In that case, repeat the
Direct Code Entry process from step
3 and try the next code listed.
Throughout the programming
of each key, be sure to keep the remote
pointed at the IR sensor of the
component you are currently
programming the remote to control.
6. To confirm that the component key
is programmed with the correct
code for maximum functionality,
test the component. Attempt to
control a variety of the
component’s functions with the
remote. If some of the features of
your components do not work, try
programming the remote with a
different code in the list until you
find the code that allows the
remote to control the majority of
your component’s functions.
Different codes can provide
different levels of functionality.

DOWNLOAD the full manual with codes for free at: http://www.replacementremotes.com/RCA-Manuals/Download-FREE-RCR450C-MANUAL-OPERATING-MANUAL.html

Aug 11, 2010 | RCA Universal Remote Control

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I just brought universal remote control it an 8 way diital slx rc050 i can get it to pair with my accousic solutions sp 101 amp have you got any codes that would work for this please


Hi,
try this if you need the manual let me know. (PLEASE rate if it was helpful)
If you are programming the remote for a brand/model that is
not listed in the Popular Brand List or the Direct Code Entry
(e.g. Wharfedale, Acoustic Solutions etc), it is recommended
that you use the Learning Mode (go to section 4).
Follow the steps below to program your remote using the
learning function.
1. Press and hold the device key you wish to learn for 3 secs.
The LED turns ON when the key is pressed but turns OFF
after 3 secs indicating that the key can be released.
2. Release the Device key, LED turns back ON.
3. Press and release the RECORD key, the LED turns off
when the key is pressed and turns on after release, the
remote is now in the learning mode.
4. Press and release the key on the RC050 that you want to
learn to, the LED will blink once and then remain ON with a
lower brightness to indicate it is ready to learn.
5. Face the head of RC050 to the head of your original
remote control, leaving a gap of 5cm (2”).
6. Now press and hold the original remote key (the teaching
key), do not release this key until the LED on the RC050
this indicates an error. Repeat steps 4-6 to correct the
error.
7. LED remains on, repeat steps 4-6 for other key functions to
be learned.
8. Press and release EXIT key to exit learning mode at any
time, the LED turns off.
9. If no keys are pressed for more than 15 secs while in
this mode, the remote exits the mode and the LED turns
OFF
good luck

4. Learning Mode

Dec 18, 2009 | Televison & Video

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I need a code for a rca and a coby remote controle


Sanyo. 1004, 1048, 1049, 1073, 1080, 1162, 1169, 1180

1. Manually turn on the component you want the remote to control
(TV, VCR, DVD, satellite receiver or cable box).
2. Press and hold the component key (TV, VCR·DVD, SAT·CBL) you
wish to program. The LED indicator light turns on and remains on. If you release the component key any time during the Direct Code Entry
procedure, the LED indicator light blinks four times, and the process
is exited.
3. While holding down the component key, enter the four-digit code that corresponds to your component’s brand. While you are pressing the numbers, the LED indicator light turns off.
5. After the fourth number is entered, the LED indicator light turns on. At this time, release the component key.If the LED indicator light turns off, you have entered a valid code and have followed the correct procedure for Direct Code Entry. If you enter a code number that
is not in the Code Lists or you do not follow all of the steps for Direct Code Entry, the LED indicator light blinks four times when the component key is released. This is an indication that a programming error has occurred. In that case, repeat the Direct Code Entry process from step 2 and try the next code listed.

Dec 01, 2009 | RCA Universal Remote Control

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Need rca univeral remote code for a toshiba tv


1. Manually turn on the component you want the remote
to control.
2. Press and hold the component key (TV, DVD•VCR, AUX, SAT•CBL) you wish to program. The LED INDICATOR turns on and remains on. If you release the component key at any time during the Direct Code Entry procedure, the LED INDICATOR blinks four times, and the process is exited.
3. While holding down the component key, enter the four-digit code. While you are pressing the numbers, the LED INDICATOR turns off.
4. After the fourth number is entered, the LED INDICATOR turns on. At this time, release the component key. If the LED INDICATOR turns off, you have entered a valid code and have followed the correct procedure for Direct Code Entry.
If the LED INDICATOR blinks four times when the component key is released, This means that a programming error has occurred. In that case, repeat the Direct Code Entry process from step 2.

RCA Toshiba 3 digit codes. 000,018,021,023,048,049,071,072,073,085,...

RCA Toshiba 4 digit codes.1000,1048,1072,1105, 1109, 1118,1160,1190,1241 Good Luck

Jun 14, 2009 | Televison & Video

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