Question about One For All URC-3021 Remote Control
The remote that came with your Verizon FIOS can be programmed to control the sound on your TV. There are four different remotes can come with Verizon FIOS, and there are three different procedures to program them. I will give you all three to print out try to fix your remote control problem.
Does your remote look like either of these two?
If so you have a Philips universal remote. Here are the steps to find the code that will control the sound on your TV:
1) Turn on the device you want to program into your remote, for example if you are programming your remote to control your TV, then turn on the TV.
2) Press and hold the device button for the device you turned on in step 1 (DVD, AUX, TV, STB) and press OK. Release both buttons. The mode buttons blink twice.
3) Press 922.
4) Point the remote control toward the device you are setting up and press the upper part of the Play button.
5) Press the Fast Forward button. If the device you are setting up does not turn off, keep pressing the Fast Forward button until the device powers off. (You can use the Rewind button to go back, if necessary.)
6) When the device powers off then you've found the correct code for that device. Press OK to assign the code in your remote control.
There are over 200 possible combinations for TV and DVD codes. The most common codes are tried first but you may still need to press the Fast Forward or Rewind buttons over 200 times to find the correct code for your device.
If you reach the end of the list of codes, the entire remote flashes twice and returns to normal operation. You can exit programming at any time by pressing the Exit button.
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If so, your have a Motorola universal remote. These are the steps to find the correct code to control your tv:
Note: The DVD/VCR button can control a DVD, VCR, or a combination TV/DVD, TV/VCR, or TV/DVD/VCR.
The lights for each device button light up and the light for the device button you selected remains on.
The device button blinks three times then turns off.
Did the device turn off?
Yes: Congratulations! You've found the correct code for that device. Press OK to store the code in your remote control.
No: Repeat step 3 and 4 until your device turns off, then press OK to store the code in the remote control.
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Does your remote look like this?
If so, you have a Scientific-Atlanta universal remote. Here is how to find the control codes for your TV:
The mode button blinks twice.
The remote control tests each code in its library. The mode button blinks once each time the remote transmits a new code. When the last code is reached, the mode button blinks twice.
Did the device power on again?
Yes: Press Select to assign the code in your remote control.
No: Turn the device on and press the Channel Up or Channel Down button to step forward or back to the correct code. When the device turns off, press Select to assign the code.
One of those three should work for you.
Hope that helps.
Posted on Oct 15, 2009
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