Our experience is that most "Universal" remotes do not support the menus used to adjust Akai product. I don't know who the US distributers of Akai are but if the original remote is still available this is usually the best way to access the menus & adjust the set. Some operating instructions may be available as PDF files online & it might be worth searching for them to get the best results.
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First of all test that your remote works, programme it with another television/vsr or aux. Every universal remote has there own code for a specific television, offen there are many codes for the same brand, just test them all. I bought a HQ remote and I had like 20 codes but none of them worked. Then I looked in my HQ manual and programmed the code for Orion vcr and now it's working great. The code was:1053. Good luck.
Depending on the universal remote you can usually program the remote without knowing the codes. One way is to turn on the television, then follow the basic programming instructions for the remote, but instead of entering a code, hit the power button over and over again until the television turns off.
I hope this helps.