Question about DISH Network IR Remote Control
Considering that none of the so-called 'universal' remotes really are, I would guess 'no' and this remote was designed for a specific system so your chances are even slimmer.
Before buying ANY 'universal' remote, check the remote mfr.'s website for a code list for the specific model you intend to buy and make sure that the devices you wish to control are included in that model. If you don't do this in advance, you will likely be disappointed.
The code lists are 'burned' into an IC in the remote and the only type that can accept new code sets are the 'learning' remotes and they do a lousy job; I own one of these and it will not accept input from either of my later TV set remotes.
Posted on May 17, 2009
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