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Panasonic TC-P42C42 Viera...trying to program Uverse remote using one of ATT's Panasonic codes, then tried "922" scan method, still no luck. Any advice?Thanks!

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1343 or 1005 are the codes - press the TV mode button and the OK button together - the release at the same time - the top row of mode buttons needs to blink twice - then enter the code - the TV button should blink 2 times - try the power and volume buttons - if it worked then be sure to press the ATT mode button again after so you can change the channels

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Turn everything off and disconnect from mains.
Wait a few minutes.
Disconnect HDMI cable.
Turn on TV and DVD.
Connect cable.
If this does not work use a cable of different spec.
I had the same problem and now mine works .
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Try 1864. It worked for a Media-Com remote, when none of the other codes worked.

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If you are a user of AT&T Uverse remote, your technician might have possibly programmed your Sanyo TV remote before leaving.

If your remote is not programmed you can easily program it by following steps which will be mentioned in the user guide, these include:

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