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DVD Player Hi there... I just brought home a brand new DVD player, and was hoping you could help me figure out where I can locate the manufacturer codes for this particular item. I would like to control all of my electronic devices from one remote control.... and have never had a problem in the past in doing so until now. For some strange reason, I cannont locate Memorex Manufacturer Codes that are provided on the COX website.... thus I cannot program my remote accordingly, and am hoping you will be able to help!? :)

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I would suggest a universal remote if possible. They are cheap.

From this site:

http://kbase.x10.com/wiki/Universal_Remote_Code_List

try one of the following:

000 001 004 009 046 049 051 135




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