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Hello i just purchased phillips universal remote sru4050
i need to find out the code to program my lcd tv daytek dk191
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: RCA Universal #RC402A
Programming Your RCA Universal Remote.
The RCA universal remote may already be set up to operate your brand of TV, VCR, or Cable Box. It is pre-programmed with following codes: TV-000, VCR-000, Cable Box-000, and AUX is programmed with VCR code 037. For brands that require programming, there are two ways to program: Using Code Lists or Code Search. Use Code Search if the code lists are not available or if the codes from the lists do not operate a device.
Programming a Device using Code Search: 1- Manually turn ON your device (TV, VCR, Cable Box) 2- Press and "HOLD" CODE SEARCH 3- Press and release the device button you want to set up (TV, VCR, Cable Box) However, if you are using AUX for a device, press and release AUX first and then the device button for the type of device to be programmed (TV, VCR, or Cable). The selected device button will flash once. 4- Release CODE SEARCH. 5- Press OFF/ON repeatedly until the device turns off (you may have to press up to 100 times at a rate of once per second). 6- Once the device turns off, press and release ENTER. 7- With the device on, press any other button. If the device responds, no further programming is required. If the device does not respond, repeat steps 1-6.
Programming a device using the Code Lists: 1- Find codes for each device and brand below. 2- Press and "HOLD" CODE SEARCH. 3- Press and release the TV, VCR or Cable button you want to set up. If programming AUX for a device, press and release AUX first and then the device to be programmed (TV, VCR or Cable). When the selected device button flashes proceed to the next step. 4- Enter the three digit code from the TV, VCR or Cable Box code lists. 5- Release CODE SEARCH. 6- With the device on, press another button, for example CHANNEL UP. If the device responds, no further programming is required. If the device does not respond, repeat steps 1-5 using another code number from the lists. TV Codes Admiral 005 MTC 011,019,027 Amtron 064 Multivision 081 Akai 002 NAD 018,023 Anam National 038 NEC 011,014,019,027,038 AOC 011,019,027,088 MTC 0017,0023 Bell & Howell 005 NEC 0017,0023 Candle 011,027,033 Panasonic 012,013,038,086 Citizen 011,027,033,064 Penny 000,008,011,019,027,068,086 Colortyme 011,027,084 Philco 006,007,010,011,013,016,019,027 Concerto 011,027 033,035,037,038,043,087,089 Contec/Cony 036,037,040,042,064 Philips 006,007,010,011,013,016,033,035 Craig 064 037,038,043,066,073 Curtis Mathes 000,011,015,027 Pioneer 011,027,045,062,093 CXC 064 Portland 011,019,027 Daewoo 011,019,027 ProScan 000 Daytron 011,027 Proton 011,027,037,072 Dimensia 000 Quasar 012,038,092 Electrohome 006,011,014,027,038 Radio Shack 000,021,025,036,037,059,064 061,068 RCA 000,006,011,019,027,034,038,044 Emerson 011,026,027,028,029,030 046,088 031,032,037,042,053,064 Realistic 021 065,067,075,076,079 Sampo 011,027 Envision 011,027 Samsung 006,011,014,015,019,027,036,037 Fisher 017,021,039,041 077 Funai 064 Sanyo 017,021,039,056,057,058 GE 000,008,009,011,012,027 Scott 028,037,064 038,068,086,089,091 Sears 000,006,011,014,017,018,021,023 Goldstar 003,004,006,011,019 027,039,040,041,051,071,083 027,037,050 Sharp 011,020,025,027,037,052,053,059 Hallmark 011,027 060 Hitachi 009,011,027,036,037 Signature 005,094 040,047,048,063,080 Sony 002 Infinity 013 Soundesign 011,027,033 JBL 013 Sylvania 006,007,010,011,013,016,027,033 Jensen 011,027 035,043,049,066,087,089 JVC 012,024,036,037,040,048,051,074 Symphonic 064,076 Kawasho 002,011,027 Tatung 038 Kenwood 006,011,014,027 Technics 012 Kloss Novabeam 035,043 Techwood 011,027 KTV 078 Teknika 011,019,027,033,037,040,066 Loewe 013 Telecaption 090 Luxman 011,027 TMK 011,027 LXI 000,013,018,021,023,054 Toshiba 018,021,023,071,085,090 Magnavox 006,007,010,011,013,016 Universal 008,009 027,033,035,043,066,087,089 Victor 051 Marants 013 Vidtech 019,027 Marantz 011,013,027,069 Wards 000,005,006,007,008,009,010,011 Memorex 005 013,019,025,027,028,035,043,059 MGA 006,011,014,019,022 066,076,082,089 027,041,056,061,068 Yamaha 006,014,019,027 Mitsubishi 006,011,014,019,022,027,041,055 Zenith 001 056,061,068
Posted on Jun 25, 2008
The RC64RB has more codes in it. Unfortunately, it is an extra $25. BUT, it is backlit, which is very cool at night. With my RC64RB, I get 16 codes to enter for your TV (Emerson HDTV).
Posted on Apr 07, 2009
This link is a .pdf of the manual with directions on how to program the remote as well as all of the codes for various electronic brands for all equipment (DVD, TV, VCR, etc.):
Posted on Jun 20, 2009
most philips universal remotes have the "code search" option this is done by:
1: Manually turn on ur tv
2:hold setup untill red indicator stays on and release button
3: press and quickly release what you wanna program (i.e tv,vcr,ect.)
4:press channel up repeatedly untill your t.v changes channels(up to 300 times) if you over shoot the channel change press down til it changes again.
5: press and release MUTE to install the code.
Posted on Jul 17, 2009
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