Question about RCA Universal Remote Control
I had that same problem. i searched Google and found that on most remotes you need to put a 0 in front because it needs an extra #
Posted on Jun 24, 2009
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: i have a rca guide
Okay, when you purchased the remote, it should have had a list of TV brands listed. What you do is find the brand of television that you, which you have listed as a Daewoo, look at the description listed on that paper. It may have a few codes. Follow the instructions for the NEW remote. It will tell you to press a certain button, watch it flash 2 times and then enter the Daewoo code. It should program after that. If you have the OLD remote, you can "learn" the buttons from it to your new one by pointing the remotes towards each other. You will have to press "VCR" and then press, FFWD, REW, PLAY, PAU, etc., pointing the remotes at each other each time you press the button on the old. Sounds confusing but you will see it is very easy.
Post back if it does not work.
Posted on Nov 01, 2009
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