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I think the Direct TV remote has a scan feature where it'll go through all the TV codes 1 at a time. Then if you see the TV go off, you stop the scan cycle and store it. Read the manual on how to do that. If it never turns off, then it's not compatible.
Hey try unplugging your television and taking the batteries out of the remote control.. Wait about 5 minutes and try it then! Did that help? If not, your remote control code be broken or it could be your television, but most likely the remote, so I would recommend purchasing a new replacement remote control from a site like http://www.remotecontrolscenter.com instead of buying a universal remote control that you'll have to spend hours trying to program to work with your tv, instead the replacement remote will be an exact replacement for that broken remote control. Hope that helps!
I had the same problem trying to program my satellite remote to work with the ILO tv. I found that the emerson codes DO work. Yes local cable remotes will work as long as you have the code and the brand is getting more popular. The code that worked with both cable companys, Charter and DirecTv was 10171 I believe. You can find it under the Emerson codes. Hope this was helpful.
Have you found a solution for your remote code listing? I have the same problem and I contacted ILO, with the phone number provided on the set-up slip, that was loose in the same package as the remote and batteries, and they, or he, did not have an answer? I cannot find a website for them and have been unable to extrabulate the frequency of the remote, as I do not have an oscilliscope. I'm sitting here with 4 remotes, cable box, surround sound box, tv remote, and a VCR remote, this is ridiculous. Let me know please if you have found a solution JCChivers@comcast.net