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I am using my cable company's universal remote control, the problem is that none of thes in the book or online work.

Do you possiblally have additional codes I can try?

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  • joeroberts24 Nov 16, 2008

    need codes for sanyo vizon televion, want to run it through my cable remote..need codes

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Hello a friend of mine gave me a sanyo vizon televions,but i have no remote and would like to run it through my cablw system, so i reall y nee the codes to put into universal remote...thank

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