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The remote control should have come with a leaflet/booklet containing a table of figures; these are the codes you need for your tv.
Failing this, check the leaflet/booklet for instructions on how to search for the code, using a key sequence on the remote; this is a long, drawn out process, but it may just work.
If all else fails, try using google to search for any web pages that may offer you the necessary code.
It might be worth the time involved to search the web for an answer.
Beyond that, contact the manufacturer of the remote control & ask them for the correct code.
In my experience, there are only a small number of tv manufacturers whose products are difficult to use with universal remote controls, but Schneider is an obscure make, & if it turns out to be not possible to link up the remote control, you may want to consider buying a new tv, but check that it will work with the remote control, before buying it.
Hope this has been of some help to you.
Posted on Oct 01, 2010
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