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U need to contact the manufacturer of universal remote for possible code. If they do not have one then you are simply out of luck and will have to purchase the original remote or find some other universal that may accommodate your equipment.
Sound like a panel fault. Check the site linked here for more details. Screen-shots to panel defects are illustrated.
Pull up previous posts by its left sidebar, or
type in the brand name and model number to of your set, to its search
box, and press 'Enter' or view it in Mosaic / Timeslide option.
Right click on the speaker icon in the System Tray next to the clock in the Start Bar. Click Playback Devices. In the window that comes up, select your USB speakers and click "Set Default" near the bottom of the window. Click Apply, then Ok. Your sound should now be coming through your USB speakers.
i cant give u the exact one ull have togo thru these and find the one that works but here nthey are 0002 0502, 0906, 0112, 0512, 0520, 0115, 0701, 0402, 0805, 0407 one of these 4 digit codes should work just keep tryin them until u find the right one hope this helps
Look at the back of your comcast box. See if there's a ch3/4 switch. Make sure it is on ch3. Also make sure the cables are going in the right order. If you have a lot of stuff, simplify your connection -- wall to comcast box to TV. Once that works, add in the DVD player, etc.