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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: I need the code for
Hi there is no listing in the manual for your TV BUT you could use method C from page 2 of the manual
If you dont have the manual it is here
GEC make the remote so you mayget more help here
They are then sold by Jasco
Posted on Aug 16, 2010
The remote may be faulty rather than locked. It could also be a faulty Infra-red (IR) receiver in the TV. There are some simple checks you can do to establish the cause of the fault.
First, try this trick for unfreezing a 'dead' remote:
1. Remove the batteries.
2. Press and release every button on the remote one at a time until every button has been pressed and released at least once.
If your remote has any slide switches, you must repeat the button pushing for each switch position. When you've pushed all the buttons, put the slide switch back in the correct position to operate the device you use it for.
3. Put the batteries back in the remote, and make sure they are correctly installed. Use new batteries if you're unsure about the old ones.
4. Try the remote.
If this doesn't work, check the remote is sending a signal. Take it into a darkened room and look into the end which you point at the TV/VCR, etc. Press a few buttons and make sure you can see the red LED flashing. Alternatively, get someone to point the remote at you and press some buttons while you look at it through the viewfinder of any digital camera or an analogue (tape) video camera - a mobile phone will be fine for this. You should see the flashes clearly.
If you can see the flashes, try replacing the batteries and try with the TV again. If it still doesn't work, it's likely that the IR receiver in your TV (or whichever device you are using it with) has failed.
If you can't see any flashes after doing all of the above, then your remote is probably dead and the easiest thing to do is replace it as repairing it will cost almost as much (or more) than buying a new one.
Hope this helps.
Posted on Nov 25, 2010
SOURCE: lost remote control, have two
Buy one PHILIPS UNIVERSAL REMOTE CONTROL - MODEL NUMBER SRU 5130/86. Thomson TV is listed in its codes. The code is . You will get its manual also with it, which contains nearly 100 pages, and all adjustments are well explained it it. OK.
Posted on Jan 31, 2011
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