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I would like to use my Panasonic PV-S4690 to change the channels on my TWC Pioneer HD cable box. TWC just reprogrammed the unit so their is only one timer setting. Before the re-programming I had eight timming on settings. I used the Panasonic years ago to control a different cable box. Is their a code that each unit will regonize each other? My Sony RM-AV2500 uses a code number 3102. I would need the S4690 to turn on the cable box and tune to the right station. Is this posible or is the unit to old. Thanks Ji

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  • wilsongxp Apr 03, 2008

    I have another Sony remote with a timer in it that will work.



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    Jim

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Try getting an all Around remote to control all your devices.

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