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Lost user manual for murphy c1697f 16'' widescreen tv
also lost booklet instructions for the remote control
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Here's a link to the site you can download the sheet of codes for all types of devices. Just choose RAV240 from the Remote RAV Model Number field. http://www.yamaha.com/yec/generaldetail.html?CNTID=450641&CTID=5010050
Posted on Jul 29, 2007
with the tv on, press and hold the tv button on remote and enter 01 on numbers pad. press power and if tv goes off, your done. if not continue process through 20. when it shuts off you are done.
Posted on Dec 08, 2008
I had this problem just now for the Toshiba DC-SB1 remote control model, and I think the problem might be that you're pressing the wrong button. Try pressing the "skip track" button right below where it says close caption on the remote. It's deceiving because, based on where the words 'closed caption' are, it looks as if the stop button is associated with it, but it's not. That's what I was doing wrong, it may be a different problem for you though.
Posted on Dec 15, 2008
Auto code search
1. switch on the TV and select a channel eg. Bbc1 on the TV itself
2. press the appropriate device button eg. TV
3. press the green SET button for approx 5 seconds until the red light comes on.
4. release the green SET button and point the remote at the device to be controlled, the remote will emit a test signal about every 2 seconds.
5. when the TV switches itself off briefly press the green SET button to store the code found.
6. when the red light goes out the search is ended.
7. try out the remote if it works follow the same steps to set it to other devices eg. DVD. If it does not work follow the steps again.
cover other remote sensors on other devices when setting the remote.
Posted on Feb 22, 2009
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Sky+ Remote Control Unit Programming Procedure Follow the steps below
1. Select any channel on the TV.
2. Point your Sky+ remote control away from the TV and press the tv button.
3. Press and hold down the Select and red buttons simultaneously on the Sky+ remote control until the red light at the top of the Sky+ remote control flashes twice.
4. Input the 3 digit number from the Sky+ remote control codes then press the Select button. The red light at the top of the Sky+ remote control should flash twice.
5. Point the Sky+ remote control at the TV and try the volume button.
If this works try the other TV functions.
If these work then the correct code has been selected.
It's important to note that not all TV functions will be supported by the Sky+ remote control e.g. Picture in Picture.
If all functions do not work correctly, then repeat steps 1 - 3 and work through all the relevant 3 digit numbers from the Sky+ remote control codes, until you find the code which supports all or as many of the TV functions as possible.
In order to operate both your TV and Sky+ with your Sky+ remote control, you will be required to switch modes e.g. to switch on your TV from stand-by, you would need to press TV followed by the "Stand-by" button. Then to change channel on your Sky+ you would need to press the "Sky" button followed by the "TV guide" button.
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