Question about Televison & Video
I'm not sure if any of the codes work! But if you want to try the codes again. Put your remote right in front of the point where your TV receives signal (i.e. where you see a light). I used method B - manual searching of the code. Basically press "TV" (light blinks once), then press the "Up" channel button and the "up" volume button at the same time (light comes on permanently), then hold down "Power" whilst putting the remote RIGHT IN FRONT of the place where your tv receives signal (usually where you can see a light), about 1mm away kinda thing! Hold it down until your tv powers off. Then it should be configured and working. It took me about 1 minute or more for the TV to react and turn off. Then you can check if it turns on again and if the channels are working.
Posted on Mar 18, 2011
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