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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Had the same problem and stumbled on the code for the Proton tv, 10178. (We use a Comcast Cable remote) It works! For us at least... Good luck!
Posted on Feb 24, 2008
SOURCE: need code for remote control
To program a TV you can use the code search option. You do this by making sure the TV is turned on then point the remote at the TV then press the TV button once, then press and hold down the set button until you see the RED l.e.d light blink twice, then enter the code 991. Next press the power button then the TV button continue doing that until the TV turn off, when it does press the set button. Press the power button and the TV should turn on again.
Posted on Mar 25, 2009
SOURCE: i have a currys essentia
I'd like to be able to give a more positive answer but I don't think this combination of remote and TV will work together. One-for-All do not list codes for Curry's brand devices. These are simply 'badged' TVs from an often unknown manufacturer.
As there are no codes listed for your brand, identifying a code which will work is limited to trying to identify the original manufacturer of the TV and hoping that your TV shares common components with a TV that your remote does have codes for. There are too many codes in the remote to try to guess a code or to try them all using the manual code entry method.
Your best option is to try the Code Search:
1. Switch the TV on.
2. Press the "DVD" button on your One-for-All remote
3. Press and hold the "MAGIC" button on the remote until the red LED under the POWER key flashes once, then twice.
4. Enter 9 9 1 using the number keys on the One-for-All remote
The LED will blink twice again, indicating that the code search is active.
5. Press the "POWER" button on the One-for-All remote
6. Point the remote at your TV and press the "CH+" button slowly and repeatedly until your TV switches off.
7. As soon as (or if) your TV switches off, press the "MAGIC" button again to store the code.
8. Test the remote with the TV for the common functions, i.e. POWER, VOLUME and CHANNELS.
9. If the TV does not respond (or does not respond as you would expect), go back to step 1 and continue the code search . This does not restart the code search from the beginning, it simply picks up from the code that is currently set and continues through the code list.
Please note: There are hundreds of codes stored in the remote so it can sometimes take half an hour or more to search through them all.
Your TV is a DVD combi so this means the correct code should be stored in the code list for DVD players. However, as it is impossible to discover the true identity of your TV, it is also possible that there may be a code that will work with your TV in either the TV or VCR code list. You can try repeating the code search as above, but in step 2, press either the "TV" or "VCR" button instead to run through the codes for these device types.
It is also possible to control some TV/DVD combis by using two codes. Run through the code search in "TV" mode first. If you can find one that will operate the TV functions, store it, then run the code search again in "DVD" mode. You may then find a second code that will operate the common DVD functions, e.g. PLAY, STOP, PAUSE, etc. If this method works, you simply need to remember to press the "TV" or "DVD" button on the remote first - depending on which function you are trying to control.
There is a "pot-luck" element to getting any universal remote to work with any device. There are hundreds (maybe even thousands) of universal remotes and thousands of brand/model combinations of TV. This means there is an almost incalculable number of combinations of TV and universal remote and expecting there to be a code for every device is unrealistic. Unfortunately, this element of luck also increases for devices from a lesser known brand and even more so when the TV is newer than the remote.
Please try the code searches as detailed above. This can require a lot of patience. If you still can't get any response from the TV, then it's unlikely that your particular combination is one of those that will work. You would also be taking the same chance with any other universal remote, even if you bought a new one.
If you can't get any results from the code search, please post back for further assistance.
Posted on Dec 30, 2010
SOURCE: i have a total control
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Posted on May 12, 2011
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