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Sky remote code for Samsung TV
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Post 16 made on Thursday April 14, 2005 at 07:06
Mr Griffiths
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Tiny owners punch if the four codes that Tiny say make a Sky remote work there plasmas then they give up.
I dont know anyone who has got a Tiny plasma work with a Sky remote.
I haven't had the chance to have a go physicaly myself to find out the code.
We all know the other issues with Tiny plasmas but having a bit more functionality might very slightly make up a tiny bit for the other issues.
Post 17 made on Thursday April 14, 2005 at 07:35
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On 04/14/05 07:06 ET, Mr Griffiths said...
We all know the other issues with Tiny plasmas
but having a bit more functionality might very
slightly make up a tiny bit for the other issues.

Somehow I doubt it.

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Have you checked your mail yet?
Post 18 made on Thursday April 14, 2005 at 11:48
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Wow cheers djy (can see why it took time ,thanks again matey)and Mike if your about thanks for the laughs the toxic disclaimer reminded me of the old days! I will definately give them a go.
Post 19 made on Monday August 18, 2008 at 14:32
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has anyone got codes 4 samsung tvp 3360 i
Post 20 made on Monday August 18, 2008 at 22:58
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On August 18, 2008 at 14:32, mccannhj said...
has anyone got codes 4 samsung tvp 3360 i

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Post 21 made on Tuesday August 19, 2008 at 04:28
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Samsung are usually 0060 065, 584, 037, 245, 476, 398, 516, 292, 318, 037 BUT

Step and set (if you cant find the code)
1. First Set the remote control to the TV Mode, then turn on the TV that you want to operate.
2. Press and hold the Select and Red keys simultaneously on the remote control for a minimum of 1.5 seconds, until the LED blinks twice. (This enables the "ID Code" programming function in the remote control.)
3. Press and release the TV key. (This enables the "step and set" feature.)
4. Aim the remote control at the TV and press the On/Off key. The TV should turn off (or go to standby).
5. If the TV does not turn off, press and release the TV key and repeat step 4. When the TV does turn off, got to step 6.
6. Press and release the Select key to lock in the ID code that operated your TV. The LED will blink twice after pressing Select to indicate that the code was programmed.
Once the unit goes through the entire memory of ID codes without selecting an ID, the LED blinks three times and the unit exits the Step and Set Mode.
(The next time this sequence of steps is initiated, the stepping will start from one ID above the ID used in step 6, allowing the user to cycle through the remaining codes in the device library.)
Note: Once the On/Off key is pressed right after the TV, the remote will not react to any other key presses but the TV and On/Off. However, if a digit key is pressed right after the TV key the unit will automatically enter the Brand Step and Set Mode.

Find out which code your remote is using
This procedure is used to establish which three digit code has been programmed into the Sky Remote.

It is useful to find out which code is being used so that the same code can be re-entered when batteries are replaced or the RCU loses the memory settings for any reason.

1. Press the TV button on the Sky Remote Control Unit.

2. Press and Hold down the Select and Red buttons simultaneously on the Sky RCU until the LED blinks (flashes) twice.

3. Press the numbers 9,9,0 on the Remote Control Unit.

4. Key in 1 on the RCU and count the number of times the LED blinks. The number of blinks will indicate the first digit of the code.

5. Key in 2 on the RCU and count the number of times the LED blinks. The number of blinks will indicate the second digit of the code.

6. Key in 3 on the RCU and count the number of times the LED blinks. The number of blinks will indicate the third digit of the code.

Once the 3 digit code has been identified, the Remote Control Unit can then be reprogrammed using the Direct Set procedure.
Post 22 made on Tuesday August 19, 2008 at 15:28
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Thanks Bob.
Post 23 made on Tuesday August 19, 2008 at 18:46
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Anyone got the codes for Tiny plasmas ???

I tried to above guide, but gave up after a while
Post 24 made on Tuesday August 19, 2008 at 21:12
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sky remote? hmmm!
McPancakes, its whats for breakfast!
Post 25 made on Wednesday August 20, 2008 at 06:21
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If thats directed at me, then yes for the sky remote for a 42" plasma from tiny.
Post 26 made on Wednesday August 20, 2008 at 12:20
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On August 20, 2008 at 06:21, t4tav said...
If thats directed at me, then yes for the sky remote for
a 42" plasma from tiny.

Check out post 16. Bob doesn't know of anyone who's managed to get the Sky remote to work a Tiny plasma.
Post 27 made on Wednesday August 20, 2008 at 14:21
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Ok , Thanks
Post 28 made on Wednesday August 20, 2008 at 20:42
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suprised the tiny plasma is still working to be honest! lol
Post 29 made on Friday August 22, 2008 at 00:11
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I'd never heard of Tiny plasmas before, but now I see that there's a 115 page thread over at AVS where people have been moaning about them.

[Link: avforums.com]
Rob.
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Post 30 made on Friday August 22, 2008 at 06:41
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On August 22, 2008 at 00:11, The Robman said...
I'd never heard of Tiny plasmas before, but now I see
that there's a 115 page thread over at AVS where people
have been moaning about them.

[Link: avforums.com]

Note the date of the last post. I'm with Bob, I'm amazed there's one still working.
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