Question about Televison & Video
There are 2 types of replacement remotes. A universal remote is preprogrammed for a sub-set of all TVs, VCRs, and DVDs. A programmable remote will capture the codes from your existing remote and store them.
So a universal requires you to look up the code in its manual and enter it while holding a button or possibly to try each code with a button push or more each time (a lot) or stop it when it reaches your code (easier). Some codes may work only a few buttons. You may need to try more than one code to make sure on/off 0-9 volume mute recall and hopefully source/input * # and cancel buttons all work.
A programmable requires you to have the original remote or go somewhere that has one and ask to program yours from it.
So which do you have? You do have the manual or can look at one somewhere? -Ken
Posted on Jul 30, 2009
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