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Hi I had exactly the same problem with mine it worked the DVD player fine but not the TV even though previously it had worked both .......... Manual Guide In the manual guide I managed to dig out it says to do the following to set up the remote to work the TV
Press the TV button on the remote Then whilst holding down the power button you need to enter in the samsung TV codes until your TV turns off (I only got to the first and it did it) The numbers are 00, 15, 16, 17, 40, 43, 46, 47, 48, 49, 59, 60, 98
I had the same problem. The following worked for me and the 46d7000 qwerty remote. Try this: unplug TV. Then press power button until the red led turns off (5 sec or so). One themed is off, plug in tv and power on and try the pairing again.
Unless you had the remote tested by Samsung, the test isn't comprehensive; it will only tell if the remote is putting out infra-red of some kind, that type of tester cannot determine if the codes are correct or complete.
The only true test would be one in which you had a second TV or a second, known working remote. Even using an oscilloscope with an infra-red detector wouldn't help unless one had the specific code sequences available, it would only appear as a pulse train.
There is NO solution to this problem. I'm an electronics engineer. I have three Samsung TV and IR remote extenders. It is a continual problem. If someone told you could "re-program" the Samsung remote, they must have thought you could write assembly level programming code.
There is NO incentive for Samsung to modify their highly popular, simple, cheap remote system.
Believe me, I even tried putting polarizing filters over the IR sensors but the ones for cameras do not polarize light at IR frequencies.