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Post 1 made on Thursday February 26, 2009 at 03:03
Daniel Tonks
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This new forum will serve as a home to all non-Pronto Philips universal remote controls, such as the advanced Prestigo line, as well as the wide range of SRU models.

A number of legacy Philips remotes have also been moved to sub-forums of this one, including the ProntoNEO, iPronto and RC9800i.
Post 2 made on Friday February 27, 2009 at 09:56
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Would this also include the Philips/Magnavox range?
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OP | Post 3 made on Friday February 27, 2009 at 18:28
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Sure - a good number of models were sold under both Philips and Philips/Magnavox anyways.
Post 4 made on Thursday May 7, 2009 at 09:27
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Hey im new here hope i post it the right place and i need some help i have a 28PW6005/01 philips tv here is my problem when i try to use the remote the led on the tv is flashing but nothing happens the big problem is that we put parental control on the tv so that our kid can not see tv but now we cant put in the code please help i have been searching on the net to get help but cant find it anywhere

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its the original remote but have tryed with a universal same problem :(
Post 5 made on Thursday May 7, 2009 at 11:12
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Normally, if possible, I would download and check out the user manual for myself. Annoyingly, however, it seems that for this particular model I can find manuals in just about any European language apart, that is, from English.

So, without the aid of a safety net, I would hazard a guess that having tried both the original and universal, with the same result, the i.r. receiver circuit in the TV has developed a fault. Therefore, unless one is conversant with TV repairs, I believe a visit to Mr TV Repairman is likely to be required.
The Met Office: more useless than a dead octopus - as now confirmed by the BBC.
Post 6 made on Friday May 8, 2009 at 03:19
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hmmm :( ok thanks for the answer i have tryed to search the net also but didnt find any thing thats why i wrote here then i will contact a tv repair man once again thanks


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