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Re: remote control lost programing
This is embedded in the control chip of the remote and is rom..best to replace remote
i personnaly have lots of luck repairing
usually find cracked solder joints..remotes witstand lots of abuse but do break!
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YOU WILL STILL NEED TO PROGRAM THE NEW REMOTE FROM THE MANUAL THAT CAME WITH THE REMOTE. NORMALLY THIER ARE TWO WAYS TO PROGRAM A REMOTE EITHER MANUALLY OR TO DO IT AUTOMATICALLY. YES THE ORIGIONAL REMOTE IS ALREADY SET UP FOR YOUR MODEL OF TV BUT WITH THAT SAID TRY TO PROGRAM IT BY BOTH PARTS OF THE MANUAL. i AM USING A 55 INCH SMART TV AND HAVE DONE THIS AND ON OTHER SMART TV'S. ALSO YOU CAN GO TO THE WEBSITE OF THE REMOTE THAT YOU PURCHASE AND LOOK FOR VIDEOS ON HOW TO SET IT UP. IF YOU NEED MORE HELP LET SOMEONE HERE KNOW. GOOD LUCK.
The TV code for a remote is set by the remote manufacturer and not by the TV manufacturer. You'll need to check the remote manufacturer's website for a list of codes. Or get a new remote control which will have the list of codes with it.
This is a convergence problem that can be as simple as poor solder connections on the pins of the convergence ICs or defective ICs. If you wish to attemp the repair yourself, please let me know and I'll look up the parts and provide additional details and instructions.
You need to contact dish network to get a manual for remote control. Each TV brand has one or more codes that will allow you to power TV on or off, and adjust volume. Since Dish Network uses a specific remote to operate that particular receiver you will need them to either send out a technician to program for your TV, or send you a new remote that has a manual. Allowing you to do the setup yourself..Good Luck