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I have a lcd sansui SV-3255LCD tv but the remote had quit on me. can you people help by supplying me with the code for my LCD? And will the code for my LCD work on my sony universal remote RM-AAP013? please let me know. Thanks

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Sansui is built by Japan firm Orion try 135 or 136 four digit try 0135 or 0310
On the remote control, press and hold the RM SET UP button.

  1. While holding down the RM SET UP button, press and release the A/V I/O button.
  2. Release the RM SET UP button.
  3. Press the input (component) button to be controlled. NOTE: To program a television press the TV I/O button.
  4. Press the number buttons to enter the numeric code corresponding to the component and the make of the component to be controlled. NOTE: If more than one code number is listed for the manufacturer, enter one code at a time until you find one that works.
  5. Press the ENTER button.

hope this helps

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