Old Rca Universal Remote?

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To program a universal RCA remote, press both the component and the ON-OFF buttons. Release both buttons after the ON-OFF button turns back on. The button should remain illuminated. Next, press the play and reverse buttons which should turn the component on and off respectively. Finally, press and release the stop button which should save the new code.
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Turn on your TV.First hit the TV button. Hold the set button until it blinks twice. Find the code for your TV and enter it. Hit the power button and your TV should turn off.
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The best way to program a RCA universal remote is to follow the directions that came with it. The codes for your components will be listed on them. If you have ...
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