What universal remote will work with a Linytron Sharp TV including the menu functions or can it be done through the TV without the remote and no menu button on the TV?
On a Sharp Linytron television without a remote is there any way to change the setting from air to cable?
Answer . On my Sharp Linytron TV, there is Setup button on the front of the TV, click it. It will display a menu and one of the options is Air/Cable or Antennae/Cable. Click the Setup button until that menu option is selected. Click the down volume button to select it and enter the Air/Cable opti…ons. Click the up volume button to move the selection to Cable. Click the Setup button to accept the selection then again to move to the Exit option. Click the down volume button. (MORE)
Answer . Look up the code for the TV in the remote book or go to RCA.comm or something like that
You can program a Zenith universal remote control to use with aSharp TV by entering in one of the following codes. The codes are1004, 1006, 1012, 1026, 1029, 1095.
The TV remote works by you pressing the buttons you want the TV to do; When the button is pressed it hits the circuit board, the chip can sense the connection in the circuit board, each button has a different code because of the different connections in the circuit board. It then translates the butt…on into a sequence something like Morse code, with a different sequence for each different button. The chip sends that signal to the transistor to amplify the signal and make it stronger. The amplified signal then travels to the LED. The LED transfers the signal in an infrared light to the TV. The TV then "sees" the signal and does what you originally told it to do. (MORE)
Without knowing the remote model number, I would do this: To do a brand code search for Sharp: Manually turn on the TV. Hold down the "TV" button on the remote....while holding it down also hold down the On/Off button on the remote for 3 seconds. Release both buttons. Press the number 6. The TV ligh…t on the remote should blink once. Press the On/Off button on the remote repeatedly until the TV turns off. When the TV turns off, press the STOP key on the remote to save the code. That should be it. (MORE)
That could vary greatly depending on what model of Toshiba TV you have. The link below is to Toshiba's web site where you can get product support as well as replacement owner's manuals, etc.
Not normally. The remote is transmitting an infrared beam to the television, so it needs a direct line of sight in order to work properly. Beaming through a frosted piece of glass is going to diffuse that beam in any number of directions.
ANSWER . As long as it's clear glass or plastic, is not very thick and is not very far away from the TV, like a window in a serving hatch through a wall that is near to the TV, the infrared beam should get through to control the TV. If its infrared beam has to get through a glass or plastic barr…ier like that you can't expect the remote to work as far away from the TV as it does when it's used as normal in the same room.. The following answer is a bit of a puzzle. Maybe someone else will be able to explain what it means and make it easier to understand?. ANSWER To have a remote work through glass, you must surround your TV with Plexi Glass and then turn around. This works because the remote control uses infra-red technology, and whatever is in your house will make the beam bounce off and hit the tv. (MORE)
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Try the link and see if your units owner's manual is listed. Link to it and read the instructions to get the scoop.. Note: If you do not have the original remote and are attempting to program a universal replacement to work on your Symphonic set, you may be unsuccessful. Symphonic has a number of s…ets with "oddball" remote codes that are not included in universal replacements. There are 800 numbers to the companies that make the universals, and they can tell you if their unit will work on a given make and model number. You may also be able to find this out online at the remote control manufacturer's site. Good luck. (MORE)
Well the same thing happend to me cause well the remote "flew" out of my hand so i bought a GE universal remote, it works terribly, u have to hold down a button for three seconds to turn one channel and to turn the tv on and off...it may be the remote but im gonna try again....so hopefully this help…ed you! (MORE)
If remote control for television will not function then you have to control the television manually.
Most remotecontrols come with codes for TVs, DVDs and cable boxes. You canalso check the remote control manufactures web page. I find it isbetter to just buy a universal remote control, that way I canprogram multiple devices on one remote control.
You know, all TV's have a set of manual buttons on them somewhere. Try looking under the little door on the front if you don't see any. Find the user's menu and rescan the TV or just use the channel button to manually change the channel.
It depends on the brand of remote you are using. You will need to check your users manual. If there is no code for your paticular brand most brands have codes for others. Alternatively if your remote has it you could use the Auto search feature.
How do you increase the brightness of a Panasonic omnivision tv vcr combo so you can play dark games because there is no menu button or a remote?
You should be able to access your user's menu from one of the buttons on the TV itself.
The television may be at fault. Try using a known good remote. If it doesn't work and you are not blocking the signal with items sitting in front of the TV and the sensor panel is clean then that is what you tell them at the shop.
Remote controls use infra-red light to transmit signals to the television. Electronic components in the hand control convert the button pushes into a stream of pulses that are fed to an infra-red LED. The pulses are received by a sensor in the television and decoded into an instruction. If the tel…evision is in standby mode, the control circuit remains powered in order to receive and interpret the command to turn on the television. Although the power used to run the control circuit is very small, it still draws current all the time. If the television won't be used for a long period of time, it is worth turning the television off at the main power switch to save electricity. (MORE)
Universal remotes are designed to work on every television. Inorder to get it to work for your Truetech television, you need tosearch the code book that corresponds to your t. v.
Your power button on your TV broke Is there any way to program a universal remote without the TV being on?
Try running the universal remote programming codes until one works. There should be a sheet of codes that came with the remote. If that doesn't work than chances are that you may have other problems with the TV.
First find the manufacture or brand of your remote, then go online and find the manufacture and request owners manual for your remote. Second just do a search on yahoo, or Answer.com. Enter a question like this. How do i program a (all in one) remote? You should turn u plenty of answers. All in One …is just a brand of remote. Be sure to ask about your specific remote. For instance emerson, or ge, or lg, or etc. (MORE)
try 10030, 0r jusrt 0030, it works for me I have comcast cable service and a visco tv set, the code i used was 0030, and it works fine
I am not certain how strong the TV remote's beam is. However, I can tell you that I use thru-beams with tinted glass with no problem.
Try these from my idigital remote manual: 0044, 0054, 0119, 0124, 0196, 0198, 0225, 0227
I would suggest cleaning the remote sensor on the TV set. if there is dirt buildup on it that will block the IR signal from entering the sensor unit.
There are hundreds of codes for the Newstar universal TV remote.The codes for the Alleron television is 051. The codes for Audiovoxis 053. The codes for Bradford is 053. There are many websites thatoffer these codes.
I don't know... Who do you think I am? Dexter of Dexter's labutory? Kidding yeah... Sometimes you can't. Check the instruction manual or if you haven't got it type the make and model of you vcr into Google for more info on button functions. There are also often specialist forums where you can ask qu…estions about your make and model of vcr. (MORE)
how do i unlock my TV (Maxent 42' TV ) do not have a remote. Menu does not apperar volume is full blast channels dont change HELP
have you checked the toilet? in recent years I have found many things in the toilet.
In earlier days, remote controls wre based on ultrasonics (sound frequency above the audible range of frequencies). The controlling circuitry included a hand held transmitter 9that transmits ultrasound) and a TV-based receiver circuit. Electronic filter and stepper motors were used to allow/select c…ertain frequencies and perform various functions depending on the key pressed. But the recent remote controls use infra-red(IR) rays and a special binary (0 and 1) coding mechanism. The code, intensity and wavelength of the IR wave, help to select different functions. Depending on the key pressed, a signal is sent out by IR source say, an injetion laser diode(ILD). It generates a code in parallel format. This is converted to a series format by s shift register. This signal is received by photo-sensitive devices such as an avalanche photo diode at the receiver. Here another shift register is used to convert the code back to a parallel form. This operates a one-of-n decoder, which selects one function from a set of "n" predefined functions and executes it. (MORE)
Pushing a button on a remote control sets in motion a series of events that causes the controlled device to carry out a command. The process works something like this: . You push the "volume up" button on your remote control, causing it to touch the contact beneath it and complete the "volume u…p" circuit on the circuit board. The integrated circuit detects this. . The integrated circuit sends the binary "volume up" command to the LED at the front of the remote. . The LED sends out a series of light pulses that corresponds to the binary "volume up" command. One example of remote-control codes is the Sony Control-S protocol, which is used for Sony TVs and includes the following 7-bit binary commands: . Button . Code . 1. 000 0000 . 2. 000 0001 . 3. 000 0010 . 4. 000 0011 . Channel up. 001 0000 . Channel down. 001 0001 . Power on. 001 0101 . Power off. 010 1111 . Volume up . 001 0010 . Volume down. 001 0011 . The remote signal includes more than the command for "volume up," though. It carries several chunks of information to the receiving device, including: . a "start" command . the command code for "volume up" . the device address (so the TV knows the data is intended for it) . a "stop" command (triggered when you release the "volume up" button) So when you press the "volume up" button on a Sony TV remote, it sends out a series of pulses that looks something like this: . Sony TV remotes use a space-coding method in which the length of the spaces between pulses of light represent a one or a zero. . When the infrared receiver on the TV picks up the signal from the remote and verifies from the address code that it's supposed to carry out this command, it converts the light pulses back into the electrical signal for 001 0010. It then passes this signal to the microprocessor, which goes about increasing the volume. The "stop" command tells the microprocessor it can stop increasing the volume. Infrared remote controls work well enough to have stuck around for 25 years, but they do have some limitations related to the nature of infrared light. First, infrared remotes have a range of only about 30 feet (10 meters), and they require line-of-sight . This means the infrared signal won't transmit through walls or around corners -- you need a straight line to the device you're trying to control. Also, infrared light is so ubiquitous that interference can be a problem with IR remotes. Just a few everyday infrared-light sources include sunlight, fluorescent bulbs and the human body. To avoid interference caused by other sources of infrared light, the infrared receiver on a TV only responds to a particular wavelength of infrared light, usually 980 nanometers. There are filters on the receiver that block out light at other wavelengths. Still, sunlight can confuse the receiver because it contains infrared light at the 980-nm wavelength. To address this issue, the light from an IR remote control is typically modulated to a frequency not present in sunlight, and the receiver only responds to 980-nm light modulated to that frequency. The system doesn't work perfectly, but it does cut down a great deal on interference. While infrared remotes are the dominant technology in home-theater applications, there are other niche-specific remotes that work on radio waves instead of light waves. If you have a garage-door opener, for instance, you have an RF remote. Hope this helped! If this answer helped you, please recommend me! =) (MORE)
Try the Daewoo codes. If that doesn't work, your remote might have a 'search' function where it goes through all the codes it knows about.
Pretty pink pony remote works with the vision quest TV! I eat flowers and I would love to f*ck you all up... jk
They work on most of them. Some of the functions may not work. If you have a very old TV or an unusual model, you may have a problem .
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There are many different brands of universal tv remote controls that are reliable. The best way to find a reliable controller is to read the reviews that people summit.
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Avol does not program their TV's to use remotes from other companies, meaning if you need a new remote, you'll have to buy an AVOL remote.
The Menu button is in the upper left hand corner of the remote below the SAT button. There is also a Menu button on most of our receivers. Thanks.
Here are the codes to try for your Sharp TV: 741, 739, 628, 740, 526, or 608. Here is the instructions on how to program the remote to your TV. Address Remote to TV . While at the device location, point the remote at the device. Press and hold the device button on the remote. - All four mode b…uttons should light up . Enter the three-digit remote control code - The mode button you selected should light up If you are programming a code into AUX Mode, you must do the following before entering the device code: Â· Press 0 for a TV (if TV code is 500, enter 0500) Â· Press 1 for a VCR/DVD (if DVD code is 617, enter 1617) Â· Press 2 for any other device (if device code is 639, enter 2639) . Press the Pound (#) button - The mode button you are programming should flash three times . Press the large, red POWER button - The device should turn off Please let me know if you have further questions. Thanks. (MORE)
The steps to program a remote to a TV are below! Addressing Remote to TV: 1.) Press and hold the clear TV button until all mode lights light up. 2.) Release and TV light will be blinking. 3.) Enter code and press #. The TV button should flash 3 times. 4.) Try functions (Volume, Power, et…c..) and see if it is working. 5.) If no function, repeat steps 1-4 with another code. (MORE)
Press and old the "S" button or the "set" button until you see the volume bar on your tv. Let go of the "S" button or the "set" button. Your remote and tv are now paired.
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It might, but the mesh will cut down on the range and effectiveness of the remote.
Television remote controls use light to communicate with televisions. Infra-red light is invisible to the human eye but it is a very effective way of sending data across a short distance. To send a message, the light is sent in a pattern of flashes. When the pattern is received by the television an…d decoded, it will become a number or perhaps a pair of numbers that the television will use to do a specific task. Every button on the remote has a different number value that is encoded into a string of flashes. Different remote controls use a wide range of different encoded patterns so remotes for one item of equipment won't interfere with other units. (MORE)
Almost certainly it does. There are many universal remotes so you will need to follow the set up instructions with the remote to configure the remote to operate with your model of television. Some instructions are better than others - read them carefully and follow each step for a successful configu…ration. (MORE)
Try using your arrow up button on your TV and scroll above channel 3; most televisions will list your inputs below channel 3. You may also have a source or input button on your TV. I would also go to the manufacturers website and look for a manual for your TV model as each is a little different (The… model number is usually listed on the back of the TV). (MORE)
The Sharp TV remote codes for a RCA universal remote are either 01 or 02. The exact code will sometimes depend upon the exact model of a person's TV.
Universal remotes need to be programmed to the T.V. in order forthe remote to work on the T.V.
You can find a complete list of universal remote codes to work witha Vivo TV on the Remote Code List website.