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Are You Still Confused by Programing a Remote

 post:2016-11-12



A GE universal remote works largely the same as an RCA universal remote. To program universal remotes from GE, you can either manually enter the codes or use the code search feature. Heres how to program a remote by manually enter codes:

Remove the battery cover and batteries from the GE universal remote. You’ll find a stick with the model number; note whether it’s version 1 (V1), V2, V3 or V4.

Download the list of codes for your model from the Jasco website. Use the code for the device you’re using.

Turn on the device you’re programming (TV, DVD player, DVR, etc.).

Hold the SETUP button for four seconds until the indicator light illuminates red.

Press the corresponding device button, depending on which device you’re programming currently.

Enter the code. It can be either 3-digits or 4-digits. If you’ve entered the correct code, the indicator light should turn off.

Press the POWER button. If the device turns off, you’ve successfully programmed that device into the remote control.

How to program a remote using the code search feature

Find the version number of your GE universal remote (same instructions as step 1 above).

Turn on the device you want to program into the remote first.

Hold down the SETUP button for four seconds and then press the corresponding device button.

Press the POWER button and wait for the device to turn off. If you have a V2, V3 or V4 remote and are programming a DVD player, press PLAY and wait for device to begin playing.

After two seconds, press the POWER/PLAY button again. The device should turn off. If it doesn’t, repeat until the device turns off. V2, V3 and V4 remotes don’t need for you to continue pressing the button; the remote will automatically send the command every two seconds.

Press the ENTER or OK button on a V1 remote to lock in the code. Press the numeral “1” button within two seconds to lock in a code for a V2, V3 or V4 remote. The indicator light should turn off if you’ve successfully entered the code.

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