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SOURCE: IR frequency determination
The remote could be using RF, which is why your Niles equipment cannot handle it. There is no way to duplicate the RF or convert it to an IR signal.
If the remote is using IR, make sure the batteries are full and the light is low when you are learning the codes with tne Niles equpment. There is no way if it's IR that the freq is > 100.
Posted on Apr 23, 2008
Not unless he unit is capable. I know that Cadence made their decks with this feature, and I haven't seen anyone else as of a year ago.
Posted on Jan 28, 2009
If you are sure, that there's no way to do it manually on the TV, there are only two solutions: buy a new remote control according to your TV set model (sometimes it's hard to find) or buy a universal remote control
Posted on Jan 30, 2009
SOURCE: Yaesu ft230R. I haven't used
You have to ADD a PL Tone board. There should be a front panel switch that says TS that is the on/off power to the connector. There is a connector inside for +12VDC, switched ground and Encoder input. Look online for the schematic, or contact CommSpecialists for the sheet that lists the colors of the wires on the connector and where you connect them when you add a CTCSS Tone board.73's
Posted on Mar 27, 2009
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