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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
1. Manually turn on the component you want.
2.Press and hold the TV, DVD etc the illuminated component names turns on.
3.While holding the compnent key down simultaneously press and hold the ON.OFF key - the illuminated name turns off.
4. After holding down both keys for 3 sec, all components name stay on.
5.Release both keys. the component name remains lit.
6.Press and release the PLAY key, wait for 5sec, the component will turn off. If component does not respont continue to press PLAY every 5 sec until component turns off.
7.When the component turns off, then the correct code is blocked. Press REVERSE key wait 2 sec to see if component turns on again.
8. Once component turns on then use STOP key - now code is stored.
Note: use FORWARD KEY AND REVERSE KEY to go front and back on the code search.
(sorry for the typo (if any) I dont have a scanner to scan the manual and I am typing out from the manual)
Posted on Aug 22, 2009
no, this is common with remotes, if they program for another unit key features may be missing. Look to see if remote has a search mode that allows you to try each and every code it has one at a time.
Posted on Nov 06, 2012
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you are using a universal do not expect it to even if it programs to
have all the functions you need or want or had with the original remote.
Universal remotes are far from UNIVERSAL.
best argument for an original remote is even if it programs it will
just not have all the features needed or wanted that the original had.
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