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Programing a d10-300

Is it true that the only remote that works this receiver is the one that came with it or the ones that can learn the codes all other will not work.

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Yeh, mostly it happens like this. remote that comes with the system works fine as compare to others .

but its not 100% true, sometimes u find the remote similar to the original one, quality wise,

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