we have an interacTV console game (TeleMedia Interact TV) target at smaller childern. It allows you to play shape and number games with Dora & Sesame character. Anyhow, we require a code for our DVD player in order to get this game going. We have a LG HDD/DVD RH1777. We are located in Australia and have lost the paperwork for this game (nightmare :)!!) I very much appreciate your help in getting this thing going and passing on a workable code as requested. I have to use the code card in the consol and then the test card. (email@example.com)
There is a set up Card and programming Card that you need to use in order to get the game working you don't need any code. If it doen't work you can call to Mattel-Fisher Price they have a very good customer service line. Let me know if you need more help. Good loock!!
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There are many websites that gather and distribute fee user manuals, diplodics.com is one i often use as well as pdf town. Google the model number and the product and contain user manual in the search title, im sure you will find something to help you. Good luck.
The following steps will allow you to program your InteracTV controller:
Make sure the InteracTV controller has good batteries. Slide the 3
position memory switch, on the back of the controller, to the desired
memory position. The controller is capable of being setup for up to 3
different DVD players in 3 different locations.The controller must be
setup and tested individually for each of the 3 DVD players, but once
that is done the controller will retain the manufacturer's code and
does not need to be setup again.If the consumer accidentally enters a
new valid 4-digit manufacturer’s code, then they must set it up again
for that DVD player.It is a good idea to write the 4-digit
manufacturer’s code in the labeling area provided on the back of the
Insert the compilation DVD into the DVD player and turn on the DVD player and TV.
Insert the programming card into the controller; the green light should blink twice.
Locate the manufacturer’s codes in the user’s manual.
Enter the first 4 digit code listed under the manufacturer. Use the
right arrow button for the number. The light should blink after each
button press and blink a long blink after the 4th digit is entered.
Remove the programming card.The light should double blink when the card is removed
Insert the test card into the unit;the green light should double blink.
The DVD should skip to the test screen, if it does not, repeat from
step 3, choosing the next manufacturer’s code on the list. If the test
card skips to the footage, which resembles the test card, then proceed
with testing the unit.See Testing the unit section of you manual or
quick setup instructions.
If you have tried all of the manufacturer's codes listed and
you cannot locate an acceptable code, see programming the unit using
manual search in your user's manual.
You also might want to check this site for full product support:
I would suggest unplugging the 3 RCA connection cords and making sure they are all tight. I had the same problem when I first hooked the system up. After unplugging and reconnecting the RCA cords it worked fine. I do have a problem with the system resetting periodically... will check the power switch to ensure the screws are tight.