ok, you can also try the following without a code, I have a question for you since those codes didn't work, the manual that I gave you, the picture of the remote is the same, similar, or totally different? If you can give me the model of the remote (not the brand name) I may be able to find something even more specific or it might have different codes but the below can be done without a code and since you say that the remote seems to be programming, just not accepting the codes, then I think the following should work, it just may take some time. That manual that I sent you, you should probably print out and the directions below are from it. Thank you
Programming with Code Search
1. Manually turn on the device (TV, VCR, etc.) to be
2. Press and hold Code Search button until the red
indicator stays on. Release the Code Search button.
3. Press and release the desired mode button (TV, VCR,
The red indicator blinks, then stays lit.
4. Press the Channel Up button repeatedly (up to 300
times) until the device to be controlled changes
channel. The red indicator blinks, then stays lit. If
you accidentally overshoot the code required, press
the Channel Down button to backtrack through the
library until the device changes channel. Pressing
Channel Up changes direction to forward again.
Press and release the Mute button to install the
The above assumes that you want to store VCR codes
under the VCR button, Cable codes under CBL, etc. If
you want to store a VCR code under CBL, etc., first
follow the procedure on page 10 and try ANY CBL code
from the code tables, e.g. press CBL in step 2, page 10,
and then enter ANY VCR code. Then follow the steps
Note: If the device does not have a Channel Up button,
use Play (VCR only) or Power instead. Code Search
starts from the currently stored three digit number
under that mode e.g. if the mode has 100 codes and the
currently stored code is 050 then the Code Search starts
from 051 continuing to 100 before looping back to 000
and finishing at 050. This simplifies the process if you
find that several preprogrammed codes operate your
device by allowing you to bypass codes already tried.
Apr 11, 2008 |
Televison & Video