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Old 13-01-2008, 11:30   #1
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Program Virgin remote control for volume control

Ben_b was asking how to do this under Sony Bravia thread. I've just done it so here's how.

1. Press tv guide button.
2. Select Option 9 'Help and Info'
3. Select Option 7 'Help with remote'
4. Select 'tv and code' and scroll through and get codes for your t.v brand.
(though read below first if you t.v. is Sony).
5. Select 'Set Volume Instructions' and follow the instructions. Note there
are 2 pages of instructions. Use across arrow when wanting to go to page 2

For Sony the codes were 0000, 0533,0038, 0039, and 0064 (so Sony readers can skip step 4 above).
You have to try each code in turn and try volume control after entering code. If it doesn't work same as t.v. remote volume control then it's the wrong code.
The code that worked for my Sony Bravia kdl-40w2000 was 0038. Once it's successfully coimpleted both remotes are in sync and you can use either.

Hope this is helpful to some.
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Old 04-02-2008, 16:03   #2
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Re: Program Virgin remote control for volume control

Is this working on V+ or on any Virgin STB? I have 'regular' cable with Samsung SMT-2110C and there is no option 7 (help with remote) under the "help and info".

How do I get this on the regular virgin box?
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Re: Program Virgin remote control for volume control

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Originally Posted by veeplus1 View Post
Ben_b was asking how to do this under Sony Bravia thread. I've just done it so here's how.

1. Press tv guide button.
2. Select Option 9 'Help and Info'
3. Select Option 7 'Help with remote'
4. Select 'tv and code' and scroll through and get codes for your t.v brand.
(though read below first if you t.v. is Sony).
5. Select 'Set Volume Instructions' and follow the instructions. Note there
are 2 pages of instructions. Use across arrow when wanting to go to page 2

For Sony the codes were 0000, 0533,0038, 0039, and 0064 (so Sony readers can skip step 4 above).
You have to try each code in turn and try volume control after entering code. If it doesn't work same as t.v. remote volume control then it's the wrong code.
The code that worked for my Sony Bravia kdl-40w2000 was 0038. Once it's successfully coimpleted both remotes are in sync and you can use either.

Hope this is helpful to some.
A couple of quick queries.

1-I assume that the V+ remote will only accept valid codes and wont Bu**er up if you enter a duff code.


2-Are these codes universal or do each of remote controls use their own codes?

3-Do you know the code for the V+ remote? I have a Tevion universal remote which I had programmed for my Sharp TV, Pace STB, Sharp VCR and Yamaha AV Amp. I would like to reprogramme this for the V+ STB. It has enough buttons to do the job.


Thanks,
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