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I have a universal remote control that the batteries died. I replaced them with new ones. The remote still does not work. I would like to try to reprogram it, but do not have the code. It is for an RCA telivision. Can someone please help Thank you Jeff

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Please provide the brand and model # of the universal remote. Sometimes, the part # is inside the battery holder.

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Samsung remotes for LED / LCD TVs are generally RF, not IR.
Most Universal remotes do not generate RF signals, so disregard advice about codes for Universals.

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First, fresh batteries, and clean battery contacts if needed.

Then, Try Pairing procedure:
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