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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
The product you are trying to access may be called DirecTV(different spelling). You will need to find the make of your set top box used to decode the DirecTV and then look up satelite codes in the user manual for the remote to select the correct code.
the manual for the remote can be found at
In case you dont have the book still. Good luck.
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Posted on Jan 28, 2008
You can find the remote control codes for different brands
of devices from
If none of the codes work then we have two other solutions:
1. Searching For Your Code
If you have tried all of the set-up codes for your brand of equipment ,or your brand is not listed, and you are still not able to get the unit to respond, try the following procedure to search for your code.
If you don't find a code that works, the remote will flash four times when you reach the end of all the codes for this device type.
Make sure that the remote is pointed at your device during the search, You may have to press this sequences of buttons up to 100 times to search the entire library of codes.
2. Learn the buttons from the original
Line up your original remote and the head-to-head before completing the following steps.
Now you can repeat steps 3 through 5 to learn other functions onto other keys or press and hold SETUP until the Cinema's red light flashes twice to lock in your new feature. (If the red light does not blink twice, stop and repeat steps through 6).
To test the new feature, press and release the device key in which the new feature was learned followed by the key on which the feature was learned
More help for programming your remote can be found here:
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Posted on May 05, 2008
With your model number at hand, check the RCA website for a later code list.
If you are the exception, you might find one.
Most all remotes have a 'search' function that lets you scan through all of the available code sets but this feature will, in most cases, provide only minimal functionality such as Power, Volume and Channel.
In truth, there isn't any such thing as a 'universal' remote, including the 'learning' remotes; I have one of those and it is unable to 'learn' from either of my later sets' remotes. At best, these should be called (honestly) 'multi-brand.'
Posted on May 17, 2009
I had a similar problem with a 1994 vintage Broksonic TV. I called the company (Hatzlachh Supply Inc. @ 800-333-9099). Broksonic TVs are not compatable with any universal remotes! You need an original factory remote. Remote for my set cost $20.00 plus shipping for a total of $24.95.
Posted on May 27, 2009
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