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There is a way to program the comcast universal remote to the TV. If you still have the programming instructions, use the automatic search/ program function instead of manualy entering the product code. This usually works better since some TV manufacturers sell the same TV under other product names. Good luck. Please leave positive feedback if my answer is useful. Good luck
Most remotes have a "Search for Code" or learn function. However, since Comcast currently supports 8 different types of remote controls, your best bet is their website. This link takes you to all of the remotes they currently support, find your remote and click on the View Manual link next to it.
The GE Universal Remote will do the job. I have on and it works for my Haier TN201AUV TV. You can also find a replacement Haier remote on Remote Hound's web site.
On the other side of this I have a Dish Network remote that WILL NOT work. The Dish Network remote does not list any codes for Haier. Dish Network Tech Support could offer no help.
In an attempt to solve the problem myself, I looked on-line at GE's site listing all of the manufacturers' for their remotes and found the identical code that worked for my Haier TV also listed under APEX TV's. The Dish Remote lists (11) APEX TV codes. Ironically, NONE OF THEM WORK!
I'm stuck with using both remotes... and that's BULL$H!T