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Philips SRU8112/27

Discussion in 'Miscellaneous Equipment' started by OptimusPrime, Jan 9, 2010.

  1. Jan 9, 2010 #1 of 10
    OptimusPrime

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    Anybody know if this remote can be programmed to work the HR22-100?

    Many thanks,

    OP
     
  2. Jan 9, 2010 #2 of 10
    Cholly

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    Indian...
    If it doesn't have the HR22 in its code base, it can easily learn from the HR22 remote. It's a bit time consuming to learn all the keys, but not at all difficult. I have one of the Philips remotes and an X10 ICon Remote (actually, they ard identical as far as I can tell).
    It's a nice remote, and with a little effort on your part, can rplace all your IR remotes.
     
  3. Jan 9, 2010 #3 of 10
    OptimusPrime

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    Cool. Thanks!
     
  4. mdavej

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    Here are the D* codes from the Philips site:
    0863, 0864, 0564, 0564, 0963, 0259, 0260, 0263, 0962, 0664, 0065, 0265, 0465, 0765, 0866, 0966, 0367, 0567, 0362, 0563, 1506, 0355, 0455, 0555

    Post back if any of those work. I'd like to pick up one of these myself if it shows up on woot again.
     
  5. kenspi

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    :mad:
    I was a sucker who bought 2 of these on Woot. It doesn't control my HR20 nor my H21 using the built-in codes, won't learn from the DTV remote, and the posted codes don't work, either. It also doesn't have codes for my Sony DVD recorder (RDR-GX330) nor my AppleTV (the iPod codes don't map correctly). The only thing that it seems to control is my Sharp LCD, but even then the up/down/left/right buttons are messed up.

    If someone knows a trick to make it work, I'd appreciate the tip. Otherwise, I hope my experience will save someone else some money (and potential hair loss).
     
  6. crasmus22

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    I bought one from Woot also for my h21-200. None of the 23 codes worked but it did learn all of the keys that I use from my h21 remote. When in learning mode make sure that you are pointing the h21 remote at the bottom end of the Philips instead of the top.
    The code for my LG BD did work. Am trying it for my Roku now. Not sure if it will work with that.
     
  7. kenspi

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    I figured that one out after RTFM, but its a picky bugger. I get about a 50% success rate when programming the buttons, and and even lower success rate at them actually working with the receiver. Example: tried programming the channel up button, and even after the remote displayed "success", the button didn't do anything. Its not just the DTV remote that does this, either. The remote does similar things with the Apple remote, too.

    I'm going to try it on my Philips DTivo next. The 2nd one (unopened) will probably go on eBay or to someone who's annoyed me...
     
  8. crasmus22

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    Sorry to hear that. I am disappointed that the DTV code did not work. But all the keys including up, down, right, left, prev, guide, info etc. are working from learn mode for my h21-200 and hr22-100. You might want to give it another try. Good luck.
     
  9. Gibby13

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    I am having the same issue, I tried all the codes mention with no joy. I was able to learn most of the keys, except 5,8,9 and info......
     
  10. Gibby13

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    After spending 4 days trying to learn my Directv remote. It ended up taking me less than 30 minutes to do the whole thing. Once you get to the point where it starts failing, use the back button until it goes to saving, then pull the batteries and do it again.
     

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