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Topic # 59797 12-Apr-2010 20:02
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With our telstraclear cable TV we have one of the new telstraclear universal remotes. does anyone know how to program this to work with the tv? we have a panasonic viera.

any help would be appreciated!


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  Reply # 317545 12-Apr-2010 22:14
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It's in the manual along with the programming codes.

I will scan it tomorrow if nobody has done so by then.

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  Reply # 317666 13-Apr-2010 10:20
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Umm ... i just realised i don't have a scanner so ...

Here are your codes ...

0680 1680 0138 0256 1666 1340 0244 0319 0267 0397 0370 0546
0067 0586 0193 0578 0801 1240 0883 0208 0090

Heres the instructions ...

1 Find the brand of your television in the set up code section and select the first 4 digit code in the list. Switch on your TV.

2 Press the TV key and release it.

3 Press and hold the (two arrows pointing in a circle) key until the red LED underneath the TV key lights up twice.

4 Enter the 4 digit code. The TV key will light up twice upon completion.

5 Press the power key and see if the tv turns off.

6 If it doesn't switch off repeat 1-5 with the next code.

7 If it switches off then turn it back on and check all the functions are working.

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