How to Program the Olevia RCLTU

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In order to program an Olevia RC-LTU universal remote to control a device, you have to know the manufacture code(s) Olevia has generated for the selected device type and brand. While some universal remotes have a "code search" function which allows the user to test each code stored in the remote's library on the selected device until the code that works is found, the Olevia RC-LTU universal remote does not have a search function. Therefore, if you don't know the manufacture code(s) Olevia designates for the selected device, you will not be able to program this remote to work with that device.

Instructions

  1. Look in the back of your Olevia TV manual for the "Code Number List for Remote Control." Look up the manufacture code(s) designated for the type and brand of device you want to program the Olevia RC-LTU remote to control. If you do not have the manual for your Olevia TV, use the "Olevia RC-LTU Remote Manual" link provided in this article to look up the manufacture's code(s). For your convenience, all of the TV device codes, along with a handful of other codes, are printed in the "Tips" section of this article.

  2. Manually turn on the device you want to program the remote to control.

  3. Use the "Function" button located at the top of the Olevia remote control to select the type of device you want to program the remote to control ("TV," "STB," "DVD," "VCR," "Audio," Miscellaneous "A," Miscellaneous "B" or Miscellaneous "C.")

  4. Press and hold the "Enter" and "Function" buttons together. Release the buttons when the LED indicator light for the selected device flashes once.

  5. Use the number pad on the remote to enter one of the four-digit device codes assigned to the device's brand. The LED light indicator light for the selected device should flash an orange light three times if the code was entered properly.

  6. Aim the Olevia remote control at the device you are programming it to control. Press the "Power" button designated for the selected device ("TV," "STB," "DVD," "VCR," "Audio," "A," "B" or "C"). The Power buttons are located at the very top of the remote control. If the device shuts off, the remote has been successfully programmed. If the device fails to shut of, repeat Steps 2 through 5 using an alternate device code in Step 4.

Tips & Warnings

  • TV MANUFACTURE CODES
  • 0000
  • 0001
  • DVD PLAYER MANUFACTURE CODES
  • Aiwa -- 2073
  • Audiovox -- 2074
  • Bose- 2062; 2071
  • JVC -- 2007; 2010; 2011; 2012; 2013
  • Phillips-2002; 2009; 2021; 2022; 2023; 2043
  • RCA -- 2005; 2024; 2038; 2110
  • Sony -- 2015; 2018; 2034; 2039
  • Zenith -- 2069; 2094
  • DVD RECORDER MANUFACTURE CODES
  • Panasonic - 2103
  • Philips -- 2107
  • Sony -- 2108
  • DVR MANUFACTURE CODES
  • Philips -- 1042
  • RCA -- 1116
  • TiVo -- 1116
  • VCR MANUFACTURE CODES
  • Emerson -- 1044; 1049; 1051; 1052; 1053; 1055; 1061; 1069; 1087; 1090; 1106
  • JLC - 1053

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