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Re: Dynex TV and programming remote

thanks for responding.  it's too much of a pain (for my wife) to remember to "cover the remote" when in the middle of the shut-down routine.  it seems that the rogers remote just doesn't have the right sequence of OFF for the Dynex TV.  I don't think Rogers is concerned about it, as there are many complaints around the internet chat rooms about the Rogers remote and Dynex TV combination.  (Customer service isn't Rogers' stength!, haha) .  Maybe someone will solve the problem for us?

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Re: Dynex TV and programming remote

Not necessarily that EASY of a solve.

 

A) the are not rogers/Cisco remotes.. they are ones made to work with the stuff for them..  Rogers doesnt do the exact engineering/programming for them

 

B) The codes, etc are had programmed into the remotes memory.. to fix them.. recall every single remote to have them added, etc?



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Re: Dynex TV and programming remote


@007 wrote:

Use the code 1463.

1463 doesn't work.

This is the only Dynex flat screen code for the older 5 button remote.  Mine does the same thing.  I guess I'm going to have to step through the codes but that is such a pain as is turning off the TV and it comes back on.  Gotta think which is the better bad option!!  

 

I got the new remote but my fingers have learnt the old sequences, so I am trying to program an extra remote I bought quite few years back as my kids kept loosing the main one.  

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Re: Dynex TV and programming remote

thank you thank you thank you!
It worked