Best Answer Joe166 , 07 July 2013 - 08:48 PM
that is normal. some TVs uses discrete codes while others uses "toggle" codes. it looks like your TV is suing the latter. Discrete codes means a different "code" for ON and OFF. Toggle uses the same code for both as such pressing on or off accomplishes the same task
I don't think so. If that were true, then why would it not have done the same thing with the RC65RX remote that was working with the HR34 I had connected to the TV two weeks ago?
BUT, thanks to Stuart Sweet for the explanation of how to enter a code into the Genie remote. I went to the DTV site and found the code for my specific TV set (10810), went into the other room to push mute/select, entered the proper code and it works perfectly now. It would appear that the code for my relatively new Sony is not among the 29 codes that the automatic setup goes through.
I really appreciate this forum. A great source of information (and sometimes misinformation), but it is all appreciated.
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