Of course, there's only one that pops out at me now. I swear there were at least three that I was looking at yesterday. I don't have a lot of time right now, but will try to go back through it to find the specific examples as soon as I do.ccwf said:Just post some examples, and I'll fix them.
The link at 'step-by-step procedure' seems to be broken.Some wired adapters can even be used for initial guided setup with the ,#401 undocumented dial prefix. (If you have trouble getting the prefix to work, Dan posted a step-by-step procedure.
There's actually a specific entry for the 5353 in the compatibility list. It indicates that IR should work with code 10038 at medium speed but is, unfortunately, not reliable.mjohn said:Hope I'm in the right area and yes checked the compatiblity list and saw that my sat receiver MAY not be compatible ... I have a Humax drt800 with lifetime and a Philips 5353c sat receiver that was supplied by Directv ... cannot use the IF cables, tried at least 20 times to program remote to accurately change channels even with Tivo and Humax on the phone with me ...
If you're using an IR control cable, you only need codes for your TV power and for volume. You don't need a code to change channels. Make sure you've positioned the end of the IR cable over the sensor on your cable/ satellite box and that there isn't other infrared interference that's causing the problem. There is information in the "cables and accessories" section of your manual about how to make an IR tent if you need to.GPOET99 said:Any help on what the correct IR code is to make this work or how to make it work.