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Panasonic remote code for RC32RF

Discussion in 'DIRECTV Connected Home' started by armophob, Apr 13, 2009.

  1. armophob

    armophob Difficulty Concen........

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    I have a Panasonic TH-50PX60U and a RC32RF. I am trying to get the tv input to work in either the D or tv switch positions.

    There are only 5 codes that the remote accepts and only 2 will run the volume. Neither seem to work the input select.

    10250 yes
    10051 no
    11410 no
    10650 yes
    10055 no

    Anyone get this to work?
     
  2. dettxw

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    Other Panasonic TV codes in the RC64RF book that may or may not work:

    11947
    11946
    11941
    11919
    11510
    11480
    11310
    11291
    10375
    10338
    10226
    10162
     
  3. armophob

    armophob Difficulty Concen........

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    Yea, those are all the codes the remote will not accept.
     
  4. Mertzen

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    Most Panasonics use 10250. NEver had problems with that one. Input requires a second action with 960.
     
  5. armophob

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    That is the one I have been using as well. Retried the 960 again to be sure with no luck.
     
  6. doctrsnoop

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    Time to up for a 64
     
  7. dettxw

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    Yep, $25 for an RC64RF or do you prefer a universal remote like one of the Harmony's?
     
  8. armophob

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    Holding out for the XSight Touch:D
     
  9. Rich

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    That's the code that works on all six of my Panny plasmas.

    Rich
     
  10. Rich

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    Got the new NR last night and a window pops up when you start up and tells you how to get to the "To Do" list. Same thing as before. Thought you'd get a kick out of this.

    Rich
     
  11. armophob

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    Does the tv input work on all of them as well? Any of them a TH-__PX60U?

    Yea, it did that the last time also. Little turn of the knife for us ToDo'ers:nono:
     
  12. Rich

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    Oh boy, that's a question that I hoped wouldn't be asked. Don't know. I do have a TH-42PX80U and a TH-50PX80U and a TH-50PZ80U. I think the other 42 is a 75 and the other 50 is a 75 too. The 58, I'd have to find the book for, can't get behind it.

    I use my TV remotes to change inputs. Easier.

    The 60 must be an older one, no? Wait a minute, I've got a booklet with more codes for the Pannys. Let me go find it...found it and found the book for the 58" TV too. Surprisingly, it IS a TH-58PX60U! I set it up just as I did the other TVs. Don't remember the code, but I think it was the first one listed. Now let me look in the booklet.

    Same codes as already listed. Let me go see if the 58" will work the TV inputs...nope, doesn't do a thing. Never noticed because I don't use the D* remote to change inputs. I think the TV remote works better. I did set up one TV to change inputs, but don't do that anymore. Don't have any idea which one it was, but it did work, just not as well as the TV remote. Just an opinion. Pretty sure I used "10250" as the code for the 58" TV. That seems to work with every Panny.

    I gotta agree with you about the ToDo list. That used to be so easy with the yellow button. And with all the HRs I have and constantly check, it is a time consuming method that they must get complaints about. Why else would they keep putting up windows after NRs that tell you how to get to it?

    Rich
     
  13. veryoldschool

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    PM Edmund, if he doesn't know how to do it, then it can't be done.
     
  14. armophob

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    Yep, I was hoping having "remote" in the title would draw his attention, but I guess I will ask him directly.:)
     
  15. Edmund

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    First of all the input key command, 960 is a toggle, do it once you turn it on, again off. If you get two blinks its on, if you get 4 blinks you have turned it off.

    So it doesn't matter how many codes you try, the 960 procedure gets done once. So I suggest you enter 960, if you get two blinks, leave it alone and test all codes again. If you get 4 blinks, and enter 960 and test the codes.

    If none of the codes still don't get you the input command, now you know for sure its not available.

    But remember, the tv input key only works for tv's that toggle one input after another, if yours brings up a menu of inputs, then you're out of luck. Perhaps if you had the rc64, which is the only white directv remotes that allow use of the cursor and menu keys under tv device, you could navigate the input menu using these keys under the tv device.
     
  16. Rich

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    Edmund, I realize you don't know me, but Very Old School got information from you a little while ago that allowed me to connect two HRs to two TVs. I'd like to express my thanx for this.

    Rich
     
  17. Rich

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    I just followed Edmund's instructions on a 42PX80U and it did work. Will try the 60 later. The 42" did come up with the same list as I get if I use the TV remote and the arrow buttons did work, but you gotta have the remote on "TV".

    Rich
     
  18. armophob

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    This Panasonic does bring up a scroll menu, but also toggles with each push after the first. So far I still have no luck after being sure the last 960 only blinked twice. If rich584 gets his 60U to work then I am going to assume I have a defective remote. The one for the bedroom works fine with the Zenith and I will try it next out here in tv mode to see if it is the remote or an incompatibility. Thanks Edmund



    Update: :joy:Hooray!!!!!! 10650 works in tv mode. Must have been that 960 code one too many times.
     
  19. armophob

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    Thanks for your help. I am up and running.:)
     
  20. Rich

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    Ah, but I still gotta try the 60. Found another 60, by the way. A 50" set in my son's room. I'll go try the 58" 60 now...and it worked! And I see that if you leave the remote in the D* position and just hit the "TV Input" button it does change the inputs. Putting the remote in the "TV" position allows you to use the arrow buttons surrounding the Select button. Interesting. Good thread.

    Rich
     

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