Re: codes to make my Time warner remote control the tv
It's online, I just programmed mine in 3 minutes. I did a google search for "time warner cable remote UR5U 8700L." The UR5U 8700L is written at the bottom of my remote on the front, its likely that your remote will be a different model number. The first hit that came up was the time warner cable Q&A. In the Answer section it says "click here to watch the tutorial." Press on the "click here" and it will bring up a very simple/slick/intuitive interactive tutorial that walks you through it. This is how I did it. I would help you get your codes and give you the steps but I don't have your remote number or your tv model. Good luck.
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You need to be using the TV's remote, not the Time Warner remote. You are reading the TV's manual to set it's remote, not the Time Warner remote. If you want the Time Warner remote to operate the TV, you will need to find the instructions that the Time Warner box/receiver provides and enter the TV's code.
For Time Warner Cable TV Remote Codes for DAEWOO-TV's - •Go to Time Warner Cable web site to PROGRAM REMOTE -- Site URL is http://www.timewarnercable.com/en/residential-home/support/pyr.html•Then select TW Cable remote model. •Under Control a Device -- first select type of device (TV) •Then select Brand Name (DAEWOO). TW Cable lists several codes to cover different models. •Choose a code and input into remote to see which code works. Try all codes. There were several codes to choose from and to try inputting into my TW Cable remote. Finally, the next to last code worked on my TW Cable remote -The Atlas OCAP 5-Device Remote Control by Universal Electronics. The code for this remote for Daewoo TV Model DTQ-13P2FC is 1661. Hope this helps. Otherwise, try checking the site of your cable or satellite provider & you should be able to get their add device codes for free.
For Time Warner Cable digital remote controls to work with your 42" LG HDTV, do the following:
1. Press "TV" and "OK" simultaneously for 3 seconds, until the button "tv" light on the remote is on.
2. Enter the TV code. In this case, it's "113". With the right code, your component will turn off. Quickly press the power button on your digital cable remote to turn it back on. Press the "TV" button again so that the remote saves that code.
Time Warner is most likely made by another company and they are not listed on the programming documentation. You can try looking online to see who makes your Time Warner box. You should be able to program the manufacture off of the program list. The universal code for this remote is 8107 and 8108 which may work as well. To program the remote press set and the light next to set will start flashing. Press the desired component button ex(TV , VCR, CBL, DVD). Next enter the code 8107 and press ENTER. The set light should no longer be flashing. If 8107 does not work try 8108 using the above info.
i bot a new tv i don't have the book for the time warner remote so i don't know how to program it to work the tv it only works cable box where can i find how to program remote that comes with time warner cable
What you need to do is contact the manufacturer of either your remote control otherwise the manufacturer of the Time Warner [aka: cable providers some times also have the info on file for their customers] they store the code information within their internal systems for their customers such as yourself. Otherwise there is normally a paper insert with the remote control or the Time Warner that would list the info for select manufacturers on there. Toshiba has pretty universal IR signals/codes so you should be okay when trying to program in the codes. The manufacturers can also assist you through the steps--believe me it can get frustrating some times!