We replaced the batteries and it seems to work on the dvd or vcr using other buttons that was programed but I cant get it to work on the tv which it was made for. Is there a way to test the remote circiut on the tv to see if it is the tv or the remote. I was told that the code projection tv's use is a 3 digit code and that most universals use a 4 digit code. I was told the code for mine is either 300 or 013 is this true. the tv works great but is a pain with out the remote. the buttons work good on the front of the tv but I can't switch ant's a or b that way. any help would sure be appreciated
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Sometimes you can enter a code that will work nearly all the buttons, but is not the correct code for your DVD player. You should try other codes. But sometimes a universal remote will NOT work every function.
not sure but it sounds like you need to push the dvd button itself before dvd functions will work-it's to the left of the pause button. same thing happened to me and when i try that it works. remote seems to default to vcr i guess ....
Yes, assuming you are using the included composite video / stereo audio cable with RCA jacks. The output would be 480i and the set would handle it the same as it would any other signal at the same resolution and refresh rate. If you mean damage to the front of the screen because of losing control of a remote, then it doesn't matter what model of TV you use. :p
Hello, Well I have a Phillips universal remote but but maybe they are the same. For the Orion TV try 105, 115, or 713. For The Pioneer DVD Try 042. If one or more does not work, Look for a "code Search" button. Turn on the device, then push and hold down the code search button until the red indicator stays on, then release the search button. Press and quickly release the desired mode button (TV, DVD, etc). The red indicator blinks off once. . If it is a tv or vcr use the channel up button until the channel changes. Press the power button on DVD and see if it is right Hope this helps.
If you can see the channel number as well as the volume setting when you press on the appropriate buttons on the remote, then it would seem that what happened is that your TV went into muting (video and audio). This can only be brought about if the TV is not receiving any signal from your cable or aerial. This is a built-in feature. Another possibility is that the tuner section of the TV has some issues. To determine whether cable or tuner, pls try installing a known operational VCR and play a good tape. Connect the RF OUT of the VCR to the CABLE/ANT IN of the TV. Select channel 3 or 4 and should you be able to watch the tap video, then you have just confirmed that it is your cable (or aerial). If on the other hand there is likewise no display on either 3 or 4, then you have just confirmed that somethings needs to be done internally in the tuner section.
Hope this be of some help/idea. Pls post back how things turned out or should you need additional information.
This is because you did not use the right remote code. Try trying different codes and test different functions with your recorder. Try searching on the Pioneer wesbite for remote codes. I would get the codes for you, but I don't have your model number so I can't. You can search for them yourself or comment back informing me of the model.