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I can't program my home theater to my universal remote

I've got a Samsung HT-Q100 home theater system that used to be floor model. I don't have the original remote anymore and I have been unable to program the Universal remote I bought (a One For All) to operate it. I also tried my Comcast DVR remote with no luck as well. As well, I've scoured the internet and found some codes but they were all 3 digit codes and both manuals for both of my remotes say they need a four digit code. Any help?

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Logitech remote will be only one to control it best to use orginal remote with it has all nice fetures in audio ect

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