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Trying to program a new remote control for a JVC av2648s

I have gotten the sound on/off etc to work but the TV to video mode so that may son can play his playstation gaming unit doesn't work. Help

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    I have a new innovage remote and do not know the code to turn the tv on and off. tried the code search to no avail.

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I have a vivitek tv and can't find the code for a new large remote called innovage cant turn tv on or off

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