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Sadly, it's probably not cost-effective to repair this TV. The prices of large screen TVs are constantly falling, so my advice is to replace it with a newer model and sell the Wharfedale as faulty on eBay.
Try this. Open up your pc cam then point the remote straight at the cam. You should see pulsating light on the computer screen as you look at the cams video. This tells you ar least that the remote is working fine.
U have a LCD tv any models?Just buy a HDMI cable,one side of cable hook to the HDMI in the Wharfedale hub,the orther side to the HDMI LCD tv hub.Power on,play the thing,go to the LCD tv,go in the LCD tv menu pick HDMI 1,2,3 will get the movie or what u playing?If the Wharfedale work.
The codes come from your all-in-one remote control manufacturer. Check the manual or download a code from your remote manufacturer's site.
There may not be a code. Some remotes have a "guess" mode where you simply press "code", point the remote at the device, then scroll up or down using the "channel" button until the unit powers on or off. The remote will memorize the code after you select which device on the remote itself you wish to marry that code to.