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Yesterday I called Dynex at 1-800-305-2204. The rep gave me 0463 which didn't work when I called VERIZON FIOS but the Dynex rep did inform me during the call that if it didnt that Dynex is comparible with Orian, Emerson, Memorex, Sansui, Sylvania and Zenith. So any of these tv codes should work. The code of Orian which is 0490 indeed worked!!!! And when you call Verizon make sure when they help you program your remote that they do the second step if they dont tell you which is add the code 799 which will let you just push STB then Power to cut on/off the tv. My bedroom tv, I always pretty much had to use the tv remote to cut on and off but when the Verizon rep gave me that step for the original tv I was having problems with told me this step, I had her walk me through the other tv remote and add that code and its great. She said that alot of technicians just been taught the other way. Hope this info help you.
Target sells a GE Universal Remote Control, 5 Device with learning feature. I can't say if it works with your Verizon DVR, but its code for the Akai LCT3285TA is 1139. If you have the Verizon's remote, you should be able to use the learning function to make the GE control it - that's if the GE doesn't have a built in code that will work for this DVR.
I just got FIOS and had an Olevia 237 TV. Tried the LG, Phillips, RCA and Yamaha codes, no luck so I tried this:
- press and hold TV key - still holding TV key, press the OK key and release both, device keys blink - press 922 - point remote at TV and press play button - press next button (two arrows pointing to right) about 325 times until the TV goes off.