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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: rca remote control code list
OK GANG: HERE GOES, I PURCHASED A RCA REMOTE (RCR312W), 3 CHOICE FUNCTION.
I HAVE 2 DIFFERENT TV'S, DAEWOO TV AND A PANASONIC TV/VCR. THE REMOTE HAS
WORKED ON BOTH SETS. I DROPPED THE REMOTE WHEN IT HIT THE FLOOR THE BACK
FLAP HOLDING THE BATTERYS KICKED OFF AND ONE BATTERY FELL OUT. I WENT NUTS
FOR 2 DAYS TRYING TO GET THE CODE FOR THE DAEWOO. TODAY 11/14/2008 A FRIEND
GAVE ME A PANASONIC TV/VCR 20". AGAIN I TRIED TO FIND THE CODE, DIDN'T WORK OUT EASILY, AGAIN DRIVING ME LOONY TUNES IF YAA KNOW WHAT I MEAN.
HERE IS THE SKINNY: SOLUTION TO YOUR PROBLEM !!!! IT DOES WORK.
1, TURN ON THE COMPONENT YOU WANT TO PROGRAM.
2, PRESS AND RELEASE THE COMPONENT BUTTON ON YOUR REMOT THAT CORRESPONDS TO THE COMPONENT YOU WANT THE REMOTE TO OPERATE.
TV, VCR, ETC... THE ILLUMINATED ON-OFF BUTTON WILL TURN ON AND STAY ON.
3, NOW PRESS BOTH BUTTONS ON-OFF AND TV, OR: ON-OFF AND CBL. WHAT EVER.
THE ON-OFF BUTTON ON TOP OF THE REMOTE WILL TURN OFF, KEEP PRESSING
AND IT WILL COME BACK ON AND STAY ON. RELEASE THE BUTTONS,BOTH.
ON-OFF WILL STAY ON NOW.
4, KEEP POINTING THE REMOTE AT THE COMPONENT, THE REMOTE AND THE TV
NEED TO TALK TO EACH OTHER,(MAKES SENSE.)
5, GO TO THE BOTTON OF THE REMOTE AND PRESS THE "PLAY" BUTTON,
RELEASE. "" KEEP PUSHING THE PLAY BUTTON EVERY 5 SECONDS,
UNTIL THE TV TURNS OFF"". OR THE VCR, OR THE CBL, WHATEVER YOU ARE
6, NOW: PRESS AND RELEASE THE "REVERSE" BUTTON, THIS IS AFTER THE TV
HAS TURNED OFF. TV SHOULD TURN BACK ON WHEN THE "REVERSE" BUTTON
7, IF THIS WORKS THE LAST STEP IS TO HIT THE "STOP" BUTTON,
THIS WILL SAVE THE SETTING. REMOTE SHOULD BE PROGRAMED AND TURN
THE TV ON AND OFF. YOU DON'T NEED THE SILLY CODE NUMBER, THE REMOTE
DOES THE ACTIVE PROGRAMMING AUTOMATIC.
HOPE THIS HELPS YAA ALL... "PEACE".........OKIE
Posted on Nov 15, 2008
If you don't have a code you can do these steps to get your universal remote working with pretty much any tv:
1.) Turn your TV on. Then on your remote press the set button, it's the small gray button above the green button that says TV.
2.) Press the TV button. There should be a red light to the right of the SET button. This means that your remote is ready for the TV code.
3.) To find the TV code, press the + or - on your remote. This is located above the orange buttons. Once the volume on your TV goes up or down, stop pressing the + or - button.
4.) Then press the SET button again to set that code for your TV.
If the above steps do not work, keep trying. It will work! ;)
Posted on Jan 30, 2008
SOURCE: code for universal remote rm-810
There is an easy way to setup this remote controllerl(RC). It called "Automatic Code Searching" which means that you don't have to even find the code. The controller will searching it for you. Just do the following steppes.
1. Turn on the "Device" to be remotely controlled, e.g. TV, VCR.
2. Point the RC right to the "Device" .
3. Press a device button on the RC represent the "Device", e.g. TV, VCR, DVD etc. You can see the indicator lid flash once.
4. Press the SET and than the POWER button on the RC. hold both buttons for 2 seconds or more, you will see the red lid on. then release both buttons simutenously. after that the indicator lid will be flashing, means the searching started.
5. Keep pointing the RC to the "Device" until it is shut down by the RC, Press any button in 1.5 second to finish the setting.
You can try the RC now. It should work. My one is working.
Posted on Apr 09, 2010
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