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OK/Select button on Charter remote stuck to CBL
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Post 1 made on Friday June 17, 2016 at 19:14
bigcedardawgs
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I have an Ocosmo TV and the Charter remote is programmed to the TV except for the OK/Select button which defaults back to CBL when trying to change the input on the TV. I saw some threads about using ECF codes but I am not familiar with what that means or how to find the right codes. There aren't codes to program for an Ocosmo TV but it was suggested to use Sony codes. I used the code 10000 to program the Charter remote to the TV.

I saw this on another forum too:
Just got the same tv and I did some research and found out it may be the same company as Sceptre. I used the sceptre codes and it worked for my oCosmo tv. The one that worked for me was 10000 but here is comcasts list for sceptre brand tv's

Most likely code 11360
Others to try 10878, 11599, 10000, 10889

Can anyone help me so that I can use this remote to change the TV input?

Thanks!
Post 2 made on Thursday July 7, 2016 at 13:04
mdavej
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Just turn off channel lock like so:

Tap CBL, hold Setup for 2 blinks, 973, Ch- (4 blinks)

Then you should be able to use arrows and select in TV mode.

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