Question about Akai LCT3215/26 32 in. LCD Television
My akai tv died that uses the kc02-d2 remote control. i have a toshiba tv to replace it until I get the other fixed and was wondering if anyone had any codes that would work on this remote. I have a cable box remote that uses 038 and it turns the tv on and off but when I push the up button it lights up the cable box button as if it is accessing the cable box which is blown and unplugged. Any help would be appreciated
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
I stumbled across this page while the owner's manual for my remote was lost. I've now found the manual (after not having any luck finding the solution on the web)!
The AKAI KC02-D2 remote operates my AKAI PDP42Z5TA 42" Plasma HD Television. It may work with others as well, but that's the TV I use it for. If the batteries are removed (or dead) for a while, it will lose its programming. Here's how to reprogram it.
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1. Turn on the Device you want to program. The remote can be programmed by pressing the 3 Digit Brand Code number listed in the code table of this programming guide. If multiple codes are listed, you may have to enter several codes to complete the steps below. (Note: For programming the VCR, a tape must be loaded/inserted first.) If your Brand is not listed, please use the Manual Search menthod or Auto Search method (Section C & D below).
2. Press and hold the SET button for about 3 seconds until the current Device LED lights (TV, VCR, DVD, STB.), then release the SET button.
3. Press the device button you want to program (TV, VCR, DVD, STB.) then the selected Device LED will light on.
4. Enter the 3 Digit Brand Code for the desired Device. For example, enter "2" "1" "8" for AKAI TV. When entering each digit, the Device LED will flash one time. After all 3 digit numbers are entered, the Device LED will turn off. If the code is not valid, the Device LED will flash three times then turn off. Check the code list and repeat from the above step 2.
(*The manual contains a huge list of 3-digit codes for various devices. If you're looking for a specific one, just ask.)
Posted on Dec 30, 2008
Yes, I can help you either fix the original or get you a brand new one. By the way, did you change the batteries. I know you did, but this procedure is the first step. If you change the batteries and the remote doesn't work, the problem can be inside the remote, specially if it happen to be dropped. Or the sensor in front the tv may be bad if does not respond to the remote. The best way to check the remote control is with infrared checker, an special equipment I have at the shop. I can ckeck it with that for you and fix it as well. Please e-mail me at Stevebuy31@hotmail.com
Posted on Jan 22, 2009
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