Many remote controls come with functions to control other devices, and more
often than not those remotes need to be programmed. Typically, the manufacturer
will include a pamphlet with a list of brands, device types, and the codes that
are used to go with them. But paperwork is easily lost. Luckily, Remote-Codes.com
has a database of almost 100 brands of remote controls, and hundreds of individual
With remote codes for both original OEM and universal remotes, finding the codes has never been easier. All you need is the remote! The model number of the remote should be listed, usually either on the bottom of the front, center of the back, or on the inside or outside of the battery cover. Use the model number to look up your remote's manual which will contain the codes associated.
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