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    Hello, ClubSnappers!

    Many years ago, I bought a Taiyo TH-901 Universal Remote for use to control my Toshiba TV, only to have misplaced its instruction manual even before I programmed it I ended up buying another cheaper nameless Universal Remote with its serial number being RM-101. The latter worked for a long time, before it unexpectedly went 'ka-pUt!' just days ago. Note: I checked, it wasn't the battery at fault, just that it's time has come.

    So! I dug out my Taiyo TH-901 Universal Remote, and tried ways on the Internet to look for instructions on how to set it up. Unfortunately, there weren't. Thankfully though, I managed to find the instructions booklet for my good 'ol trusty RM-101, and for some reason, it worked for my Taiyo too! I guess they don't call it 'universal' for nothing, eh?

    I've decided to set-up this thread for the benefit of all universal remote users out there! To save everyone the woe and the $$$ from buying yet another universal remote for their TV/VCR/HIFI/VCD player/DVD player/etc, in the event that one misplaces the instruction manual

    Instructions on how to set up / programme a universal remote:
    1) See the code form and find the 3-digit figures for your device.
    2) Press "SET" button and hold continuosly, then press the device select button (e.g. TV1, TV2, VCR, SAT, etc. If you are setting up for your TV, choose TV1) you want to control.
    3) When the indicator light is on, release the two buttons simultaneusly.
    4) Enter the 3-digit figure you have found.
    5) When the indicator light goes out, programming is finished.
    6) Check whether operation of other buttons is at normal state. If so, your setting is successfully accomplished.

    Below is a list of the 3-digit code for a few more popular TV brands that are sold in Singapore. If you have a different device (e.g. VCR/LD/VCD/DVD/etc), and/or of a different brand, please do post your queries here, everyone can contribute and help one another ^0^ Here goes~!
    Aiwa: 261
    Daewoo: 168, 209
    Elite: 108
    Goldstar: 003, 004, 043, 080, 153, 172, 252, 700, 701
    Hitach: 004, 040, 041, 042, 044, 047, 055, 061, 062, 063, 064, 065, 066, 067, 068, 174, 221, 222, 710
    JVC: 077, 119, 178, 179
    Matsui: 004, 006, 028, 041, 088, 182
    Mitsubishi: 044, 052, 092, 119, 154, 155, 181, 182, 245, 707
    NEC: 184
    Panasonic: 001, 003, 019, 037, 040, 106, 110, 111, 112, 114, 190, 241
    Philips: 003, 026, 027, 046, 073, 113, 115, 155, 191, 192, 193, 194, 223, 266, 230, 242
    Pioneer: 000, 027, 067, 243
    Samsung: 026, 033, 04, 159, 160, 170, 175, 212, 215, 702, 703, 716
    Sanyo: 013, 031, 044, 074, 119, 120, 121, 122, 123, 162, 167, 170, 182, 195, 205
    Schneider: 004, 011, 015, 019, 025, 036, 038, 255, 258, 262
    Sharp: 044, 054, 119, 124, 196, 198, 225, 227
    Siemans: 010, 231, 232, 233, 234, 236
    Sony: 028, 119, 126, 127, 128, 129, 130, 182, 199, 228, 260, 705
    Tai Wah: 218, 219
    Thomson: 065, 067, 075, 078, 098, 100, 103, 185, 186, 222
    Toshiba: 022, 044, 094, 119, 138, 139, 141, 142

    Do try all the listed numbers for your devices, they need a specific 3-digit number to work.

    Hope this thread is of some help to all universal remote control users out there.
    Cheers~!

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    Default Re: Universal Remote - Taiyo TH-901 , RM-101 etc .

    Thats a very good and helpful post but unfortunately, not all universal remotes works the same way and are programmed differently. For me, I know that Sony and the hubstation remotes uses 4 digit codes and the codes listed here are different to what I got.

    Those using Sony, Logitech or other branded remotes, can get help at remotecentral.com

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