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HP tv remote control code

I'm trying program my time warner cable remote to operate my HP ID5220 TV. It doesn't recognize the TV when I try the standard programing method. Regards, John

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Go online and search for the owners manual for your TV. It has the common codes for receivers, DVD players, etc. listed in the back with the instructions on how to program the remote.

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At least all the TV codes are there....good luck

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I called time warner cable, my digital cable provider, and was walked through the steps to the solution. You might try calling your cable provider.

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The edges of my tv picture are left off the screen. for example the by lines on a news programe are halve missing. even when using normal aspect ratio

Which settings are you using! The ones for the cable box or the ones on your TV itself. They both have aspect features!

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When I got Direct TV my TV would not program with the remote so I had to use separate remotes. That is what the Direct TV rep told me and now I have Time Warner and still have the same problem with one of the TV's. Hope this helps

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In your packet there should be a set up sheet for the remote when you try to set it up follow the search guide for the remote to search and find the comcast box. Depending on how the search works on that remote it may take some time and you may find more than one setting that will work. Then you have to choose the best one that operates the comcast box the best. Good luck and be patient.

Oct 14, 2009 | Projection Televisions

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I need a remote code for a rca remote for the olevia remote control can you help

Unfortunately Olevia is one of those t.v. brands that is not compatible with many universal remote controls. They make a Universal Learning Remote specifically available from Olevia on their web site that may solve your problem if your universal remote control turns out not to be compatible with your Olevia television.

As for what codes you can try, there are many, and the codes depend on your universal remote control brand. Many times, an RCA code will work for Olevia televisions, so you should try the RCA codes that come with your universal remote first, before trying any of these other codes.

If you have a Dish Network Universal Remote you can use code 506 or 127.

Direct TV remote codes vary by model number on the remote control, but the following codes work with most Direct TV remotes: 506, 127, 11144, 11240, 11331, 11610

Cable Vision use code 506

Charter and Movie Box remotes you can use 1144 or 1178

Comcast codes are 11144, 11240, 11331, 21075, 10159, 10154, and 10088

Cox code is 1610

Brighthouse remote codes are 1610, 1144, 1240, and 1331

Time Warner remote codes are 1610, 1144, 1240, 1331, 432, and 1610

If none of these brands are what you are looking for as far as your Universal Remote Control is concerned, many universal remote controls will work with Olevia televisions if you use the codes found under the RCA, LG, Phillips, and Yamaha in the code listing included with your remote control.

Jul 25, 2009 | Projection Televisions

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Have a new Samsung 46LB610 TV set. We have a Time Warner UEI (black) cnntroller and have been able to get everything on the controller to sync to the TV but the volume control. It will Mute but not...

You need to call your cable co and they will help you to set up the remote. They are the only ones that have the codes to do this. There is no problem with the new set. Hope this helps.

Jul 12, 2009 | Projection Televisions

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Try codes for Durabrand, Orion, and Sansui.

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Scenium DLP quit recognizing cable signal

You may have inadvertently pressed some buttons on the remote to take it out of the mode to receive cable channels.
If you unplug the tv from the wall for a while, it may clear the error.

Step 1: Identifying Your TV’s Location
1. If your country is highlighted, press OK on the remote control.
If your country isn’t highlighted, press the up or down arrow button on the
remote control to highlight your country and press OK.
2. Use the number buttons and/or the arrows on your remote to enter your
zip code or postal code. Press OK when you’re fi nished.
Note: If your postal code contains letters, press the up and down arrow
buttons on your remote to enter letters, and press the right arrow button
to go to the next space. The left arrow button also moves the highlight to
the left.
Step 2: Confi guring for Cable
The next series of screens asks you about your cable setup. To supply your TV
with the correct TV program listings, the TV Guide On Screen system needs to
know if your TV is connected to cable.
Note: If you’re using a cable box, always leave it on so you can receive
program information.
1. If your TV is connected to cable, highlight Yes and press OK.
If your TV isn’t connected to cable, highlight No and press OK. (STEP 3:
Confi guring for Antenna
appears–go to page 24).
2. If you have a cable box connected to this TV, highlight Yes and press OK.
Note: The next series of screens is very important because the TV Guide
On Screen system must fi nd the correct cable box information in order
to receive the correct TV program listings.
If you don’t have a cable box connected to this TV, highlight No and
press OK (STEP 3: Confi guring for Antenna appears–go to page 24).
3. Highlight the input where you connected your cable box to the TV, and
press OK.
If you select Cable Input, continue to step 4.
If you select any other option, go to step 5 on the next page.
Important Note: Your cable box can’t be connected to ANTENNA
INPUT if it is to be controlled by the TV Guide On Screen system.

try using the guidelines above.

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