How to Program a Sanyo Remote Without Instructions

Your audio/video components can be controlled by universal remote codes for Sanyo tv. However, the way each remote is programmed is different. It is only possible to program older Sanyo universal remote controls by using the codes for the devices of different manufacturers. Several new Sanyo TV remotes can be programmed to control other devices, sometimes without needing to enter manufacturer codes. With either type of remote, however, the process involves more work when you do not have the proper code at the beginning. You can get all-in-one codes on codesforuniversalremotes

Obtaining Codes

Step 1

For your universal remote’s device codes, please visit Sanyo’s website. Go to the home page and click the Consumer tab. Click “Televisions.” Click “Remotes.” Scroll down to the Owners Manual link.

Step 2

Get the exact remote control and model of your product. There is a separate section at the bottom of the page for universal remotes; televisions are sorted by year and model series. Find the manual for your particular model by clicking the link.

Step 3

To operate a device, you will need its program codes. There are different codes for different types and manufacturers.

Step 4

Enter the first listed code while holding the button on the component you wish to program (such as a VCR or DVD). The codes will differ in a number of digits. In the event the code was accepted, the indicator light will flash five times, and will not flash in the event the code was rejected. Continually try the next listed code until you receive a code that works.

Code Search

Step 1

Connect the remote to the device you want to program. Sanyo remotes can be programmed by clicking on the appropriate device key (such as TV or VCR). However, not every remote offer this feature.

Step 2

The LED indicator light should blink twice after pressing and holding the “Set” button. Once again, the indicator will blink twice after you enter “991” on the numeric keypad.

Step 3

Choose the correct group number for your device type. Cable and satellite receivers need group number 0, VCRs and DVD players need group number 2, and audio components need group number 3.

Step 4

As soon as you point the remote at the device and press the “Power” button, it will begin sending code stored in its system to the device. Press “CH+” repeatedly to have the remote try additional codes; press “Set” to save the code when it is accepted. Two blinks indicate that the code has been saved.

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