Symphonic tv has huge options for users of this device, so for them to choose universal remotes, if you want to operate your tv with any of your favorite remotes, use the codes below to enter and program with the codes you need to be mentioned according to the methods mentioned below. Check out the symphonic TV codes for universal remotes in the list below.
- 0.1 4-digit Symphonic TV universal remote control
- 0.2 3-digit Symphonic TV universal remote control
- 0.3 5-digit Symphonic TV universal remote control
- 1 How to program the Symphonic TV universal remote control?
- 2 How to program the Symphonic TV universal remote control without codes
- 3 How to program symphonic television Universal remote control with manual method
- 4 How to program the Symphonic TV universal remote control with Code search
4-digit Symphonic TV universal remote control
3-digit Symphonic TV universal remote control
5-digit Symphonic TV universal remote control
10171, 11963, 11394, 10180, 11904, 11913, 11595, 11944, 17000, 17342, 17646, 10204, 19307, 13811, 2810, 12248, 12270
Universal RCA Remote Control Codes for Symphony TV
Universal GE and One-For-All Remote Codes for Symphonic TV
0053, 0189, 0227, 0456, 0024
Philips universal remote control codes for Symphonic TV
0906, 0520, 0324, 0247, 0004
Magnavox Universal Remote Control Codes for Symphony TV
0043, 0044, 0085, 0086, 0087, 0088, 0089
How to program the Symphonic TV universal remote control?
There are three different methods to operate any universal remote by programming with your TV. If you program with functional codes using the methods below, your TV will work properly! So let’s see the methods if you have the codes from the code list above.
How to program the Symphonic TV universal remote control without codes
In the automatic search method, all universal remote control codes have gone through a scanning process in the remote control. It scans one code at a time to find the correct remote code that works with your remote to program the command. Follow the instructions below:
- “Light up” smart device like “TV” that you want the universal remote to work.
- “Light up” remote control, press the button on the device (TV, DVD, CBL and OK / SEL) for 3 seconds. The LED indicator indicates that the device is ready to be programmed.
- Point the remote control at the device and click “CH +” & “CH-“ switches. The remote will display the on / off signals. hurry “up” Where “down” continuously until the device switch off.
- Check the code by clicking on “Power” key. The device must light up. If it starts, try changing the channel to verify that the remote is correctly programmed.
- Now press the “device” button to save the code. The device LED will blink twice to confirm the stored code.
How to program symphonic television Universal remote control with manual method
Using the key code we can easily program a universal remote control and the key code identifies the make and model of your equipment.
If you can’t find the key code that works for the device at that time, you can configure your universal remote to search for the correct one. It’s a code in the manual that forces the remote into search mode
- First of all “Turn on the device”
- Now press and hold the “To install” button
- Enter the “9-9-1” code (three digits)
- Now hold the “Power button” on the remote control, then press the channel up until the device in this case your TV “Off”
The above method may take a little longer, but finding your key code is very important. Once you have completed the above procedure, your remote control should work for all in functions.
We hope the above methods and codes have been worked out to program your Symphonic TV and also for your favorite remote control. These methods are used for the configuration of the Symphonic remote control.
If you found that any of the above codes didn’t work for your device, try entering the alternative codes mentioned above and you are still having the same issue, then leave a comment below about your problem and we will try to solve it and also provide a better solution for you.