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Remote Control

Hi, I have tried everything, apart from throwing the virgin remote out of the window, to connect it to my tv so I can use volume button. Virgin help did not solve, neither the youtube demo's. Is it me?

I have a Panasonic Viera TX-32LXD70 can anyone help please

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Re: Remote Control

Hi there adidas21,

 

Really sorry to hear about the trouble you've been having with programming your remote.

 

If you have already tried the 0999 method (using a code search), I'd recommend programming your remote using a device code, if you haven't already tried this.

 

Here are the device codes for Panasonic: -

 

0016, 0032, 0033, 0049, 0054, 0075, 0099, 0101, 0104, 0107, 0110, 0119, 0143, 0151, 0152, 0161, 0166, 0207, 0249, 0304, 0305, 0306, 0396, 0420, 0461, 0611, 0631, 0633, 0692, 0115.

 

  1. Make sure your TV and your TiVo box are switched on
  2. Find your make of TV and the 4 digit code(s) that match it. If there‘s more than one code for your TV make, try the codes in the order listed.
  3. Press and hold down and at the same time, until the light on the top of the remote flashes green twice.
  4. Enter the four digit code for your TV's make from the list. The LED should then flash green twice. This shows you’ve entered a valid code.
  5. and to check that the remote is working. If not, repeat the steps above using a different code for your TV from the list.
  6. Once you’ve programmed your remote you’ll notice that the light on the top will flash green instead of red when using it for volume and mute control.

*I'd recommend resetting your remote before trying the above.

 

Reset remote: -

 

To clear your changes and reset your remote to its original settings:

  1. Press and hold down and on the remote at the same time until the light on the top of the remote flashes green twice.
  2. Press three times, then press
  3. The LED will flash green four times and exit programming mode.

Let me know how you get on with this.

 

Many thanks,

 

Nat_J

 

 


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