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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Try the 991 code, press tv+ code set+991 then alternate between tv and power stop as soon as the tv respond then press enter , could take up to a 100 try since it goes thru all the codes. have fun
Posted on Nov 02, 2009
Not all remote control devices use the same signalling method for Infrared communication. You may have to get a true universal remote like a Logitech Harmony which can not only output most signaling codes but can learn codes from your existing remotes. It also permits one to define tasks, such as "Watch DVD" using a relatively simple web interface. Once programmed, pressing Watch DVD will cause it to turn on the proper devices with the proper inputs selected.
Note that these programmable remotes can be expensive. I bought an older Harmony 550 for a lower price and it handles my satellite box, stereo system, TV, DVD and VCR with one-button selections.
Posted on Jan 02, 2010
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Hi there we had same problem so phoned 08456040105 and they told me to press menu button on tv for 10 secs and take batteries out of remote and press power button on remote for 10 secs while batteries are out. it worked for us doing both at same time....good luck
Posted on Feb 05, 2010
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SOURCE: I have an insignia 42in
The procedure that the manual had you go through cycled the remote through all of the codes that it can generate to try and find one that will work with your TV. Unfortunately from what you describe your remote was not able to generate a code that your Insignia TV could understand. All may not necessarily be lost though.
Most TV's built in these times are actually built by 3 or 4 main manufacturers. This means the outside will look different, and the name panel will be different, but the electronics inside will be identical to a number of other brands. I am not sure who manufactures Insignia, but you should be able to check with the retailer you bought it from. I believe the brand name is sold by either Future Shop or Best Buy. Once you know who made the TV you can try codes listed in your manual for that TV,
You can also try contacting Telus support, as they have no doubt had calls on Insignia TV's in the past. They might be able to tell you which codes will work with your TV.
If all else fails you may have to purchase one of the many universal remotes that are available today. Logitech makes a number of good ones. You can go to their webpage to take a look at what they have available, and the approximate cost of them. You will be able to look at a list of units that the remote will control The good thing about their remotes is that they constantly update their files for new units to control. You can find out from Telus who manufactures their receiver box to ensure that the remote will control it.
One of these procedures should resolve your issue. Thank you for the opportunity to assist you in resolving your issue. Should you need further information or assistance please do not hesitate to let us know.
Posted on Feb 21, 2011
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1265, 0178, 0442, 0700, 0829,
0856, 1178, 1325, 1423, 1758,
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0250, 0051, 0055, 0162, 0226,
0338, 0375, 0650, 1291, 1410,
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You will get its catelogue with it, describes all the setup proceedings. OK.
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Jun 27, 2011 | Symphonic WF20D4 TV
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Jun 14, 2011 | Televison & Video
Direct Code Entry
1. Press and hold the CODE SEARCH
button until the red indicator stays
on, then release the CODE SEARCH
2. Press and release the desired Mode
button (TV, VCR, etc.). The red
indicator blinks, then stays lit.
3. Enter the 4 digit code from the code
tables. Note: after a valid code entry,
the red indicator turns off. For an
invalid code, the red indicator
4. With your device on, press
CHANNEL UP. If the device
responds, no further programming is
required. Note: If some buttons do
not operate your device, try one of
the other codes for your brand.
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