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RC65RX Remote with iSymphony


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#1 OFFLINE   TheRetiredMouse

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Posted 02 August 2010 - 10:26 PM

I'm new to this site and not certain that I am posting this correctly. If it needs to be moved to another forum, etc. please feel free.

I have new TV ...iSymphony ... made by ESA/Samsung. I can program all of the basic functions on the RC65RX using any of eight different codes ... power, volume, etc. However, the receiver/TV dual ON/OFF button do not work for the TV. I can move the slider to TV and the PWR button will work, but move it back to DirecTV and the ON/OFF power buttons will not work for the TV (works fine for the receiver). I would think that if the "PWR" button can be programmed to work ... the ON/OFF buttons should also work ...they've got to be the same circuitry!

Thanks for your help.

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#2 OFFLINE   mdavej

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Posted 02 August 2010 - 10:35 PM

Nothing you can do. Samsung has no discrete on or off which is what the on/off buttons use instead of power toggle that the pwr button uses.

#3 OFFLINE   Edmund

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Posted 02 August 2010 - 10:38 PM

No, they usually are not the same, the PWR key has toggle command that does both ON & OFF, where the separate ON & OFF keys have Discrete commands. Its upto the code you use and the model of tv you have if the TV ON & OFF keys will work. They can't work with ever brand out there, and no where does it claim to.
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