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If you have bluetooth on the tv then there should be an option to search for the device you wish to pair with in the settings on the tv. If you don't have that option then you would most likely need to purchase a bluetooth adapter to plug into your tv in order to connect your keyboard
Me thinks IF you tried the 'code search' function and none worked, I sincerely doubt if anyother 'codes' will marry your Philips Remote to your electrohome TV.
This is because your "SEARCH" effort already went through ALL of the possible codes THAT Philips Remote knows andcan deliver. It is also possible that a different MODEL of Philips Remote MAY stumble on codes that DO work!
IF you have a 'original' remote, SOME NEWER remotes can LEARN the proper codes from the original remote! BUT you NEED that original remote to send the desired IR data pulses to the smart student remote.
And GOD ~ those TV's are SO OLD, did they even HAVE remotes??