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Need 811 codes to control Panasonic DVR


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#1 OFFLINE   ride525

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Posted 29 January 2006 - 09:51 AM

I have a Panasonic DVR, model DMR-EH50. When taping a program, I want to have the 811 turn it on and off like I used to be able to do with my VCR.

I have tried the Panasonic VCR codes shown in the owners manual. Surpisingly, about half of the Panasonic VCR codes shown in the manual come up as invalid code when testing them on the 811.

Anyone have luck controlling a Panasonic DVR? And what codes worked for you?

Thanks in advance for your help,

Jeff
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#2 OFFLINE   chrisk

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Posted 22 February 2006 - 06:51 PM

I bought a Panny DMR-EH50 and tried every Dish code with no luck. Ended up returning it and bought a Pioneer because the manula staes it responds to Pioneer VCR start / stop codes. The Pioneer VCR codes start / stop the recording perfectly. You must leave the DVR powered ON as the 811 will NOT turn it on.




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