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I need codes for the remote so i can program the stereo

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Model WD-65638. What are the instructions for programming remote?


If you have the original remote of your TV, it doesn't need to be pregrammed. If doesn't work, it's defective.
If you want to program a universal remote, you need the codes of the remote for your TV. If you don't have the manual you should look for it using google with terms

Manual make and model of remote

If you have a manual and no codes for your TV, follow the prodedure indicated to scan your TV with the remote till you find the code or cover all the range of the remote without getting a working code.

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I have a jvc screen TV with model #HD-61Z456..I don't have remote how do I program channels input to watch cable tv


buy a Harmony remote control. You program it on line so it never gets obsolete. You can use it again if you ever get a different tv or add a stereo.

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I nee to program my stereo and my dvd player to my tv remote


First off, make sure your remote is a Universal Remote Control. If it is the one that came with your Hitachi Television, then it won't work as those are specifically made for just your TV set.
If you do have the Universal Remote, it should have come with a booklet that lists all of the codes for all of the audio/video equipment it will work with, You can also find this information along with instructions on the website of the brand name of your remote control (i.e. Logitech go to logitech.com)
To offer more helpful assistance I would need to know the make/model of your remote control and the make and models of the different components you are adding to it.

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Locked t.v. (sva c86b model) cant open without remote is lost


You did not remark which make and model TV you are referring to, but most universal remotes can control most multiple devices: TV, VCR, DVD, Stereo, Satellite Box, etc. I would suggest getting one of these as buying an original remote would most likely be a lot more expensive. These remotes include instructions and program codes to enter for programming all your devices.

Hope this helps!

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Trying to program cineplus remote for panasonic dvd player


Try this as all remotes work about the for manual setting.
Here you go. This will work with most all universal remote controls. If you don't have the code do the following:
Automatic Programming
With automatic programming, the remote control tests all the codes available on the Code List and assigns the correct code for the selected device. Although this method can be more time-consuming, it eliminates the need to look up codes and enter them manually.

1. Turn off the device with which you want to use the remote control.

2. Press and hold the corresponding button on the remote control
(TV, VCR, SAT, DVD, CAB or AUD) until POWER INDICATOR illuminates. It should take a couple of seconds for the light to remain solid. The remote control is in programming mode.

3. Press and release power button. The POWER INDICATOR flashes once and stays on indicating the unit is in Power Scan mode.

4. Press CHANNEL up or CHANNEL down repeatedly until the device turns on.

5. When the device turns on, press OK to store the code.

Note:
• To exit without storing the code, press BACK.
• T he unit will search for the next code or the previous code if you press
CHANNEL up or CHANNEL down after the device turns on. (go slow you need to press OK when the TV turns on) if you mess up turn TV off and start over.
6. Press any other button. If the device responds, the remote control has been programmed. If the device does not respond, repeat steps 2-5.

Fill free to ask me questions about anything..........................

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Need a code for a universal remote for a durabrand model# BH2004D


Go into the remote's code search and go through that, if you do not find one that works the set, then you cannot use that universal remote for that set as you do not simply program a code into a un iversal you call on the pre programed ones in he remote unit.

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Go online and search for the owners manual for your TV. It has the common codes for receivers, DVD players, etc. listed in the back with the instructions on how to program the remote.

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http://www.universal-remote.net/philipsmagnavox.html

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Cannot find code number for programming remote control. the brand of tv is DURABRAND. THANKS


Try this site: http://www.remotecodelist.com/remotes/
You'll need the remote you're trying to program, then follow it to a link that will give you the codes for what you're attempting to program it too..
Bill

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