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2757 but not sure about this code generator ,the original phillips one seems to have been attacked by the antivirus .Look on back of sun visor,under the boot mat ,under the bonnet anywhere as dumb mechanics like myself often write them somewhere in the car because the owners hide the paperwork thinking we might nick the radio when we repair the car ,or to stop us playing the radio when servicing it ,some weird folk about ,
To enter the radio code on most Renaults you do not use the buttons on the radio. Instead use the remote control buttons on the steering column.
The remote control has a rotary control, (either vol +/- or track/station +/-), use this to set each individual digit.
The bottom button on the controller moves to the next digit of the code.
When you have the correct code on the display, press and hold the bottom button to enter the code.
You should hear a beep and the radio should start up.
You have 3 attempts to enter the code. If an incorrect code is entered 3 times, then the radio will lock up for about 30 mins before it will allow you to try again. If this happens 3 times, then the radio will lock up permanently.
If you don't have the correct code, or the radio is locked, then there are companies which can re-code the radio.