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RCA RC810A manual? Is it available? I can't program it!

I'm so frustrated.

This remote has an LCD screen, not a LED light. I can't figure out how to program it.

I searched the web and can't find the manual.

Can anyone help?

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SOURCE: need codes for rca tv, jsi dvd player

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Posted on Jan 05, 2008

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SOURCE: RCA RCR3273 3 DEVICE SNOWBOARD UNIVERSAL REMOTE

Program TV Remote:

Turn on tv
Press and hold TV button
Enter code 1060 use one from below
Release TV button
Press Power

If TV turns off then the code is set, if not try another code from this list:

1004
1067
1075
1082
1164
1014
1061
1072
1076
1083
1166
1046
1062
1073
1077
1112
1176
1051
1066
1074
1078
1136

Posted on Apr 21, 2008

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SOURCE: need instruction to program the remote RCA 450

took me awhile but I figured it out

ok

Put your TV/DVD/VCR on
hold in what you want to program TV/DVD/VCR BUTTON
(you dont need codes or anything)
then while holding in what you want to program (TV, DVD, VCR) hold in ON/OFF
both at the same time

when the light comes on and stays on
keep hitting ON/OFF BUTTON
do it slow, when the TV turns off hit the STOP button at the bottom
then hit the button you just programed
then hit the ON/OFF button, the TV/DVD/VCR will turn on

if it doesnt work, repeat. make sure you hit the stop button when the TV/DVD/VCR shuts off, if you hit it an extra time while the TV/DVD/VCR is off it wont work.

took me about 30 mins to figure it out.

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SOURCE: rca remote with no code search button

You didn't mention the model of the remote so try http://www.fixya.com/support/t839679-rca_remote_no_code_search_button
and see if it is listed.

If this works please repost,
MM85

Posted on Jul 27, 2008

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Which make and model device do you want to program the remote to control? Make sure that your device is on. Keep the remote pointed towards the IR sensor on the component. Check that your device is older than your remote by at least 6 months. (It takes that long for the code to be included in the remote programming.) Note: if you go more than 2 minutes without pressing a key on the remote, the remote's indicator will blink four times and exit the programming mode. (It will also do this if all of the codes have been tested during a programming search.)

There are a few ways to program the RCA RCR3273R. For all methods, press and hold the device button for the component that you want to control. Then press the Power button on the remote. Release both keys after the device LED lights (and stays on). To do an automatic search, press Play and then wait 5 seconds. If your device doesn't turn off, press Play again. Repeat this every 5 until the device turns off. Once the component is off, press Reverse and wait 2 seconds. If your device doesn't turn on, press Reverse and wait 2 seconds. Repeat until your device turns back on, press Stop. The remote is now programmed with a potentially good code. Test all of the remote buttons that should work with your component. If the code doesn't work for all features, repeat the search but continue to press Play and wait 5 seconds after the device turns off the first time. Repeat as needed until you have a good code.

You can also try a brand search. After getting the device LED to light, enter the brand's numerical code from the list (see below) and then press Power and wait 2 seconds. If the device doesn't turn off, press Power again. If the component turns off, press Stop. Test if the remote works for all features of the device. Repeat and go past this code if the remote doesn't control of features of your component.

Alternatively, you could type in all 5 digits (see the code list) for that component after lighting the LED to enter the programming mode.

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