Be sure to program the remote control to operate the other equipment as described on manual. Once the correct code is found, the device will receive the signal and turn off. We are here to help! If the Power light has turned back on, the remote has been successfully programmed. Press Stop to lock it into your remote. If the device is not responding check the batteries in the remote it may be that batteries are exhausted.
To get started you may click on a individual model number in the list below. Try holding down the device button and re-entering the code. If the code was successful, you should be able to turn the device on and off using the remote. If you're able to turn the device on and off but not use the play or rewind features, you may have used the wrong code. Use the remote control's mode buttons to set the remote to the correct mode for the equipment. There are a couple hundred codes that you may need to go through.
If the code was entered correctly, you will be able to turn the device on and off using the remote. I guess people here aren't supposed to have better things to do with their time. Or search for it at the left. Assuming there's 200 seperate codes, and he might need 1, someone's supposed to waste time typing those other 199. Make sure you are keeping the remote pointed at the device, and that you follow each step exactly.
The mode button lights for three seconds to show you've set the remote to that mode. When the light comes on, this indicates the first digit. Once the device turns back on after pressing the Reverse button, you've found the correct code. See Programming for Other Equipment on This remote control may have features not used by your receiver. Locate the button on the remote for your device.
Point the remote control directly at the equipment you want to control, with no objects to block the signal path. This article was co-authored by our trained team of editors and researchers who validated it for accuracy and comprehensiveness. Some remotes even have an Automatic Code Search feature, allowing you to skip the web search. . We have a site for Owners Manuals and a site for Universal Codes. Your remote should have several buttons labeled with different device types.
You can find your model number printed on the bottom of your remote. Press and release the Power button on the remote until the device turns off. Locate the code for your device in the. To change the mode, press the button for the equipment you want to control. We have also tried our best to gather up as many codes as we could find.
Start by turning on the device you want to control. Together, they cited information from. After you've locked in the code, write it down so that you can enter it easily in the future. Turn on the device you want to control. You can program the remote control by either following the instructions in Programming Using Equipment Remote Code Tables, or the Scanning for Equipment Codes procedure. Make sure you've pressed the correct device button at the top of the remote before testing the features. Make sure you press the correct device button at the top of the remote before testing the features.
Look at the Power light after entering the code. If you press power button pointing to the device if it powers off then its already programmed and do not need further programming. If the device didn't originally come with a remote, you won't be able to use a universal remote with it. Even without the Automatic Code Search, the built-in Manual Code Search that should be able to program any compatible device. There's a good chance that the remote will not work with your device, since you've tried every code available. Turn on the device you want to control.