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No picture i have a problem. my television doesn't even turn on. the led blinks 5xs then 2xs then 3xs then once. is that a code its giving me. how can i fix it

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Yes , its saying help me plzzz, start with powersupply.

Posted on Jan 19, 2008

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    larry hanson Jan 26, 2008

    basically that what exactly the set is saying.... GEEEZ!!!

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Codes for One For All Slim Line 2 tv remote control URC 3920 please.


Without test, but you could try it...

Only 3940 - Direct code set up
Example: To set up the ONE FOR ALL for your television:
1 Find the code for your device in the Code list. Codes are listed by device type and brand name.
The most popular code is listed first. Make sure your device is switched on (not on standby).
2 Press the TV key on the ONE FOR ALL for the device you wish to Set-Up.
3 Press and hold down the MAGIC key until the red LED underneath the POWER key blinks twice (the red LED will blink once then twice).
4 Enter your (five-digit device code) using the number keys. The red LED will blink twice.
5 Now, aim the ONE FOR ALL at your device and press POWER If your device switches off, the ONE FOR ALL is ready to operate your device.
If your device does not respond to the ONE FOR ALL after you have tried all the codes listed for your brand, try searching for your code.

The Search Method allows you to find the code for your device by scanning through all the codes contained in the memory of the ONE FOR ALL.

The Search Method
Example: To search for your TV code:
1 Switch your television on (not on standby) and aim your ONE FOR ALL at your TV.
2 Press the TV key on your ONE FOR ALL.
3 Press and hold down the MAGIC key until the red LED underneath the POWER key blinks twice (the red LED will blink once then twice).
4 Press 9 9 1. The red LED will blink twice.
5 Next, press POWER.
6 Aim the ONE FOR ALL at your Television. Now press CH+ over and over, until your Television turns off.
- everytime you press the CH+ key the ONE FOR ALL will send out a POWER signal from the next code contained in the memory.
- You may have to press this key many times (up to 150 times) so please be patient.
7 As soon as your television turns off, press the MAGIC key to store the code.


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If you see standby red light blinking on Tv front with 3 seconds interval then count its blinks from pause to pause and let me know, its an error code.
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Can you give me the codes for a Toshiba television set using One for all universal remote URC-3021BG1


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1) Turn on your TV.

2) On the remote, press the TV key once.

3) Press and hold SET until the LED blinks twice, then release SET.

4) Enter the first four-digit code from the following list:

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If it does not blink twice, go back to step 2 and try the same code again.

5) Aim the remote at the TV and press POWER.
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If it does not turn off, repeat steps 2 through 5 with the next code in the list.


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I bought a universal jumbo remote and i followed instructions i to program it to my Jvc tv but it does not work can u help?


Make sure you try every code in the list for your JVC TV.
The codes for your Jumbo Universal Remote to control a JVC television are 013, 054, 055, 060, 065, 067, and 089.

To program your remote by entering a code, follow these steps:

  1. Turn on your TV.
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  3. Press the TV button on the remote so that the LED blinks once and then remains solid red.
  4. Enter the first set of 3-digit codes from the list. The LED will blink once every keypress. After the 3rd digit, the red LED will turn off indicating that the code was recognized for the device. If the code was not compatible, the LED will flash several times and you need to return to step 2 to try that code again or to try the next code in the list.
  5. After the LED has turned off, aim the remote at the TV and press ON/OFF. If the device turns off, you have used the correct code and the remote was successfully programed. If the device does not power off, return to step 2 and try again with the next code in the list.
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