Question about Universal Remote Control Televison & Video
Set-up (Programming) procedure is too much to type in here, and is not practical and it will differ brand-to-brand remote controls. If you wish to get more; check the sites linked here. It has set-up code list & set-up procedure to many popular brand remote controls. One among it has general set-up codes to check with TVs and other devices are given, in the order of the 'device's brand name list' in alphabetical order. Pull up older posts. Search the sites by type in the brand name to your device in its search box at the top right part of the display window. It will help you to find the relative post easily.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
My guess is that it's the same as the Shaper Image Jumbo remote. Go to http://mscustomercare.com/. There's pictures of both. I just downloaded free instructions, will try them myself tomorrow.
Posted on Jan 09, 2009
Hi, try this first:
1. Manually turn on the device (TV, VCR, etc.) to
2. Press and hold the SETUP button
until the red indicator stays on, then
release the SETUP button.
3. Press and quickly release the desired
device button (TV, VCR, etc.). The
red indicator blinks off once.
4. Press the ON•OFF button
repeatedly (up to 300 times) until
the device to be controlled turns
off. The red indicator blinks off with
each button press.
Most users will store VCR codes under the VCR
button, Cable codes under CABLE, etc. If (for
example) you want to store a VCR code under
CABLE, first follow the procedure for Direct Code
Entry (previous page) and press CABLE in step 2
of Direct Code Entry, then enter ANY VCR code in
step 3 of Direct Code Entry. Then follow the steps
above for Code Search.
Note: Code Search starts from the currently
stored four digit number under that mode.
Sometimes the first code that “works” with your
device may only allow limited functionality (e.g.
the MENU button might not work). There may be
a code that performs more functions. Continue the
code search process until the best code is found.
5. Press and release ENTER to install the code.
Otherwise, you'll have to do manual code entry, here are the possible Emerson codes:
EMERSON ................ 0004 0009 0044
................. 0135 0049 0051 0189 0053
................. 0147 0039 0130 0227 0233
....... 0250 0252 0254 0257 0265 0266
....... 0310 0325 0456 0040 0041 0042
....... 0021 0023 0024 0179 0045 0025
....... 0027 0030 0032 0034 0035 0037
Here's the manual code entry instructions:
1. Press and hold the SETUP button until
the red indicator stays on, then release
the SETUP button.
2. Press and release the desired device
button (TV, VCR, etc.). The red indicator
blinks, then stays lit.
3. Enter the 4 digit code
from the code tables
(on separate sheet).
Note: after a valid
code entry, the red
indicator turns off. For
an invalid code, the
red indicator flashes.
4. With your device on, press ON•OFF.
If the device turns off, no further
programming is required. Note: If
some buttons do not operate your
equipment, try one of the other
codes for your brand
Hope this helps, please rate :)
Posted on Mar 22, 2009
1. Manually turn on the component you want the remote to
control (TV, VCR, DVD, satellite receiver or cable box).
Note: If you press an invalid key during the Auto Code
Search, the remote does not respond and the illuminated
ON•OFF key does not blink. If you do not press a valid
Auto Code Search key (TV, VCR•DVD, SAT•CBL, ON•OFF,
GO BACK, PLAY, REVERSE, STOP), the search times out
after two minutes. When the search times out, the illuminated
ON•OFF key blinks four times and turns off. The last
programmed code under that component key is retained.
2. If you are programming your TV or satellite receiver, go
directly to step 4.
3. To program the remote to control a VCR or DVD. The
VCR•DVD key can control only one component, either your
VCR or your DVD. To program your remote to control
either your DVD or your VCR, you must first put the
remote in the proper programming mode. Follow these
directions before proceeding to step 4.
a. Press and hold the VCR•DVD key.
The illuminated ON•OFF key
b.While holding down the
VCR•DVD key, press and release
the number 2 key on the keypad to
control a VCR or the number 3 key
to control a DVD. The illuminated
ON•OFF key blinks, and then turns
c.Release the VCR•DVD key.
The illuminated ON•OFF key
blinks four times and then turns
off. Your remote is now either in
VCR or DVD Programming Mode,
depending on which you chose.
Proceed to step 4.
4. Press and hold the component key
(TV, VCR•DVD, SAT•CBL) you wish
to program. The illuminated ON•OFF
key turns on and remains on.
5. While holding the component key
down, press and hold the ON•OFF
key. The illuminated ON•OFF key
6. After holding down both keys for
three seconds, the illuminated
ON•OFF key turns back on.
7. Release both keys. The illuminated
ON•OFF key remains on.
TIP: Throughout the programming of each key, be sure to
keep the remote pointed at the IR sensor of the component you
are currently programming the remote to control.
8. Press and release the PLAY key,
then wait five seconds to see if
your component turns off. If your
component does not respond,
continue to press the PLAY key
every five seconds until your
component turns off. Each time you
press the PLAY key, the illuminated
ON•OFF key blinks and a block of
10 codes are sent to your component.
This process continues until all of
the codes in the Code Lists have
been searched. (If your component
has not turned off after all codes have
been searched, the illuminated
ON•OFF key blinks four times and
turns off. The Auto Code Search
Entry method is exited.)
11. To confirm that the component key is programmed with the
correct code for maximum functionality, test the component.
Attempt to control a variety of the component’s functions
with the remote. If some of the features of your components
do not work, try programming the remote with a different
code in the list until you find the code that allows the remote
to control the majority of your component’s functions.
Different codes can provide different levels of functionality.
Posted on Mar 26, 2009
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