GE universal remote controllers can run practically any brand of audio and visual equipment. You must insert Device specific GE Universal Remote Codes in the universal remote control for each of your audio/video devices. These GE Universal Remote codes are usually obtained from the manual of your device or can be found by searching online. Be sure you connect and power on all of the devices you wish to install. Check the batteries in the GE universal remotes. Programming your GE universal remote will allow you to use it with a variety of devices.
Ge Universal Remote Codes
|ADMIRAL||0020, 0226, 0001|
|AIWA||0195, 0196, 0227, 0269|
|AKAI||0105, 0002, 0077, 0254|
|ANAM NATIONAL||0053, 0003, 0025, 0042, 0193|
|AOC||0004, 0005, 0009, 0014,|
0156, 0175, 0187
|APEX||0214, 0216, 0215, 0401|
How to program the remote control?
- Turn on the A/V devices that are currently connected to your home theatre and make sure they are turned off (in sleep mode). Connect this universal remote control to an AC outlet and wait until it is fully charged; if not so, then charge it for about 4 hours before starting any programming procedure.
- Point the remote at the upper left corner of your television and press the TV button on it once. Within 5 to 10 seconds, two flashes will appear on your TV screen (or more). Write down the code from this screen; this is your TV code.
- Repeat step 2 for each of your A/V devices, e.g., DVD player, satellite box, etc., until you have obtained all of the codes that are used in your home theatre system. If you have a GE universal remote with an LCD display, then these codes will be automatically programmed into it when you press that particular button for the first time after re-charing it.
- After you have written down all of the codes, exit the menu of each device on your home theatre system, and turn everything back on. Make sure they are all in sleep mode; otherwise, you will receive an error message stating that new codes are required to operate these devices.
- Now, point the remote at your television once again and press the TV button for about 5 seconds. Another set of 2 flashes will appear on your TV screen (or more). Write down this new code; this is your TV code. Repeat steps 1 to 4 for each of your other A/V devices until you have all of their codes
- At this point, you should have all of the codes that were used in the initial setup of your home theatre system. Now it’s time to program your universal remote with these codes. For this, turn off all of your A/V devices and point the remote at the upper left corner of your television once again.
And press the TV button for about 5 seconds until you have received a second set of 2 flashes; this is your TV code. Repeat step 6 for each of your A/V devices until you have all their codes as well. Repeat steps 1 to 3 for each device that is connected to the home theatre system so that you can get its code as well.