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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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Directly from the manual:
The P (Program) button is used to program the remote. You can program the remote using the code for your brand of device from the code list, or search through the library of codes until you find a code that works for your device. You can store any kind of code under any mode (except TV). For example, you can store a VCR code under the SAT button, or a DVD code under the VCR button, etc. However, you can only store TV codes under the TV button.
Direct Code Entry
1. Press and hold the P (Program) button until the red indicator stays on. Release the P button.
2. Press and release the desired mode button (TV, VCR, etc.). The red indicator blinks, then stays
3. Enter the 3 digit code from the code list. Note: The red indicator turns off after a valid code entry and flashes for an invalid code. 4. With your device on, press Channel Up. If the device responds, no further setup is required. Note: If some buttons on your device do not operate, try one of the other codes for your brand.
Toshiba TV Codes
0159, 0178, 0109, 0120, 0181, 0105, 0049, 0095, 0170, 0260, 0358, 0394, 0924, 0012, 0095, 0117, 0141
You can download the fuel manual and code list here: http://files.remotecentral.com/download/472/1519004-manual.zip.html
Posted on Jun 01, 2011
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