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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: maxim tv
apparently some tv's are made with parts from other makes... for example a sony will use parts from toshiba.. if you can find out or know if Maxim are using any other parts and know what other make ..then i can tell you
in summary: you may need a code for a DIFFERENT model tv.
Posted on Aug 19, 2008
I just bought a 32" dynex lcd and saw that i couldn't program my two $5 ge remotes to work it. From reading in this forum and others I'm not the only one with the problem, I thought I was stuck with only the dynex remote. But the dynex website tells you how to get universal remotes to work,
It tells you to try the codes for Orion, Emerson, Memorex, Sansui, Sylvania, Zenith. The second orion code worked for me. both my ge remotes look and work the same but one uses a four digit code and the other uses a three digit code. I used 0135 on one and 135 on the other. There is a good chance that if you try the codes for the brands dynex lists you will find one that works. The 0135 or 135 might work for most dynex tv's.
If you have a ge remote and haven't programmed it for volume punch through you might try it. It allows the tv volume to be controlled using the ge remote even when it's set to something other than tv.
Posted on Dec 09, 2008
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