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My remote my panasonic dmr e80h remote give me this error code U 12 REMOTE 2 SO I CANT OPERATE FROM THE REMOTE ONLY THE KEYS ON THE SYSTEM WORKS HOW CAN I LET THE REMOTE COMMUNICATE WITH THE SYSTEM THANK U

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Sounds like you've accidently switched the remote to operate under remote code 2 - to switch it back to operate under remote code 1 you need to hold down the "Enter" button on the remote, and while doing that press the "1" key.

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