Universal Philips remote controls are clean tools that can be operated on almost any TV, DVD, Bluray or cable box. Although the configuration process for each single model is different, the gist is typically the same. Remote programming is something you would most likely do after buying a new Philips TV or remote control. Remote control has codes to program the remote, and it can be frustrating to lose the codes and when you are unable to use the device. However, even if you have lost the codes you can still program a Philips remote control. You can use Philips Universal Remote, if you know the steps that you need to include.
Turn your television (or other device) on. You’ll need to do it manually before your Philips remote control is programmed.
See the Philips remote control for the “Configuration” or “Code Check” button. The exact remote control Philips you are using will depend on what button your remote has. This button can be colored or labeled differently.
Hold the “Setup” or the “Find Code” button for 10 seconds approximately. The light should start to blink if your remote lights. You can only count to 10 when there is no light, then let the button go.
Click on the “TV” button on the remote to connect Philips to your TV set.
Test and push the remote button “Up” or “Down.” To change the channel, click either of the buttons. It could take a few minutes. While changing the channel, click on the remote’ Power’ button to disable the TV. The Philips Universal Remote will now be shown on the Screen.
Please refer to the Resources section for the online user manuals for Philips remote controls. Theuser manual includes the own remote control programming codes.