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Codes are in the remote, not the STB. Use the code search feature of your Skandia URC to find something that will handle some or all functions of your STB. If a search through all codes in the remote fails, you may have to try a different universal remote. All universal remotes do not store all possible codes.
If your Venturer remote is universal, you can use its code search feature to find something that can handle some or all functions of your RCA STB. If a search through all codes stored in the remote fails, you may have to try another universal remote such as an aftermarket RCA.
0382,0193,0118,0285,0146. Check these coded. If you wish to get more setup codes, three
digits, four digits or five digit ones, check this link. Pull up older posts there. Setup code list and setup instructions to
some popular model remote controls are given. Select the 'Timeslide'
option from the drop-down list by the 'Sidebar' at the display
window. It will make search easy.
Try re-coding the remote.
Hold down STB and OK for a few seconds. Then when the red light is steady on the STB button you put in the code 000. By doing this you have reset the remote control.
Also a good trick is to remove the batteries and put them back in. With that you are basically turning the remote off and on again. The good old restart.