Question about Televison & Video
If it's a universal remote you are trying to program,it's basically the same for all of them.Here you go.Hold down code search(or code ____ whatever it may be,so many remotes,so many names) until the light is on constant,press TV,then enter your code.Try out the remote with a couple of buttons.If there is no response,go to the next code and on and on.One of them should work,depending on when the remote was made.If none of the codes work,try it again just to be sure.If none of the codes work again,you will probably need a newer remote because newer model TV's come out every year.Why they can't all use 1 code is beyond me.The TV makers probably make the universal remotes too I guess.Good luck!
Posted on Aug 06, 2010
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