Question about Televison & Video
Yes Sir I have a Sanyo Tv with a universal remote and I tried what you said but I think it lost the codes and I don't remember what I did with the book
universal remotes vary with respect to button options. For a Sanyo TV you can try these codes. (This is manual mode).
0098, 0066, 0091, 0023, 0017, 0027, 0080.
Press the TV button on the remote. Than press & hold the set button until the LED stays on. Enter the four-digit code. When the remote control recognizes the correct code the LED will turn off. If the code is not correct the LED will flash several times & stay lit. Enter the next code. (You'll have less than 25 seconds to try another code) or the remote will exit the programming mode.
How to use the auto search. (One code at a time). This will take some time.
Turn on the TV. Press & hold the set button until the LED comes on, point the remote at the TV & press the volume + once (This moves the remote through 1 code at a time. Continue to press the volume + (Do not do this very fast or you'll miss the correct code), until the TV turns off or changes channel. Than press the set button again & the LED will go off. The remote should now be programmed for the TV. Test TV by turning the on/off button on remote. Check volume up & down.
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