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Use code search to find something that will control some or all functions. If a search of all codes contained in the remote fails, you may have to try a different universal remote. All universal remotes do not contain all possible codes.
Hello If you want to buy its original remote control, you have to contact the nearest service center for Samsung at your town. Provide them the exact model number of your TV set. If you want to buy a universal remote control, select an RCA RCR -------- model, which have setup code for Samsung. You can see the setup code list alongwith the universal remote control.
RCA tv codes from the original RCA 3-in-1 universal remote.000,181,100,233,203,212,098,005,003 004,006.One of these codes program for the RCA universal remote will work.Sorry but to find the tv wright codes for the tv to work.The tv must be power on and working to find the tv wright codes to program in to turn the tv off to get the tv wright codes.Try website like Rmotes.com to buy the tv original remote,will not require tv on to used the tv original remote.
Can another remote turn on and off the TV? Do the buttons on the TV itself work (assuming a front panel lock isn't engaged)? Is this the original remote for the TV or a universal remote?
The possibilities: 1) The remote has failed. If you have a digital camera, take a picture of the IR side of the remote when someone presses the buttons. When you review the picture, you should see a bright spot in the picture. This indicates the remote is at least sending a signal. Sometimes the buttons will fail to make contact with the circuitry of the remote (due to wear). Other times the IR transmitter fails (the suspect if there is no light in the pictures from multiple button presses of the less used buttons). It's cheaper to replace the remote than it is to repair it. 2) The remote has lost the code for the TV. If you have a universal remote, try reprogramming it. (Cable or Satellite controllers count in this group). 3) The IR receiver on the TV has failed (if the buttons on the TV work) or the entire board has failed. You can get replacements for these at some sites. Try shopjimmy.com (minimally used parts) or partstore.com. You will need to open the TV and get the part number for your individual model for best results. 4) The TV won't turn on due to power supply problems.
If you need a replacement remote, a universal remote should work but the low end ones may not access all of the features of the original. Check for buttons that match features like Menu and Source (Input) if your TV doesn't have equivalent buttons on the TV itself. The remotes that are programmed via a USB connection with a computer are the easiest universal remotes to set up. If you want the original remote (or a close substitute that will perform all of the original features), first check if a parts store exists for your TV manufacturer (Samsung for example). Next try remotes.com and search for the TV model (leave out the manufacturer).
is this the original remote for this tv? if not then this is more than likely your problem. some remotes, however the same brand remotes, do not work with different model tv's. try using an universal remote or finding the original remote on ebay or possibly the net.
Check ur universal remote manual for ur tv codes.Re enter ur tv model universal codes.Ur remote should work again.Try website like 1-800-Remotes factory original.Buy an exact remote to ur tv original remote.Never care for codes agian,because u have the original remote.
first you will need to find the model number of the universal. look it up online for the manual and code book. you should probably get the original remote that goes with your unit. type in the model number of your unit in the search on ReplacementRemotes.com and find the OEM remote.