Comcast says that if the codes listed in the instruction brochure provided with the remote (10236 and 10463 for Broksonic) don't work, you should code 991 into the remote and then press the CH+ button repeatedly in order to search through the library of installed IR codes until the TV turns off, then press SET once to lock the code. This worked fine for me, although I must admit I had to press the CH+ button well over 100 times until I came across the proper code in the library to turn the TV off. Unfortunately, there is no way to know what 5 digit code this represents so that if I need to reprogram the remote in the future, I will need to go through the same time-comsuming process all over again.
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I just went through this last night with combo, similar model. They tell you to use the power off test to see when you've got it - nothing worked for that. Then I tried the Panasonic codes and used the volume control as a test, which is much more important, and I found the 3rd code worked for that. I figured, close enough for me, and better than nothing.
If you still have the remote, check the batteries to see if this is the problem, then what I like to do as a quick test is if your computer has a web cam, pull a video feed from the camera and display it on your computer screen (looking at yourself) then hold the TV remote pointing it at the camera and the press the buttons one at a time. What you should see is the LED in the remote flashing on the pc web cam video picture.
I found the code "130" to work on my tv by searching through every VCR code NOT TV code. It works on my tv but the only thing is that it will NOT change the volume, but it's the best that I can come up with for my own broksonic.