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Sky remote code for Goodmans 285DLP TV
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Post 1 made on Thursday March 30, 2006 at 10:24
Barinder Lalria
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Can any body please tell me the sky code for the above TV. My remote was working fine with it before but unfortunatly I phoned sky up ref another query and they managed to reprogramme it so it doesn't work....

My question to Sky (before the woman screwed my handset completely) was how can I prgramme my remote so that when I press 'sky' on the remote it also flicks my TV channel over to the channel that sky is tuned into at the same time .....say channel 6? My friend has done this and it is very useful.
Post 2 made on Thursday March 30, 2006 at 10:35
Mr Griffiths
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The codes for goodmans are as follows
Goodmans 065, 064, 100, 285, 037, 292, 544, 207, 318, 363, 399, 402, 515, 527, 392, 402, 371, 245, 563, 399

1. Turn on your TV.

2. Press tv on your Sky remote control.

3. Hold down select and the red button together for about two seconds, until the red light on the Sky remote control blinks twice.

4. Key in the three digits of the first 'Direct Set' code for your tv. The code could be any one of the above numbers i have posted the red light on the Sky remote control will blink twice.

5. Press tv and try the handset, using all the function buttons like power, volume and channel ,text etc. If it works all the TV functions, then try the tv guide button.

6. If the Direct set code did not work then start again from step 1 with the next three digit code in the list for the manufacturer of your TV.





The channel select thing is ok as long as your not connected the sky box upto an AV input such as a scart as most TV sets will auto switch and channel 6 is normally a RF input. so it may switch it to inferior picture settings!

but this is how you do it.

1. First Set the remote control to TV Mode, then turn on the TV that you want to operate.
2. Press and hold the Select and Green keys simultaneously on the remote control for a minimum of 1.5 seconds, until the LED blinks twice.
3. Key in the number of the channel on your TV that you use for watching satellite TV.
4. Press Select on the remote control. The red light blinks twice, your
correct TV channel will now be selected when you press the TV Guide button etc.
5. If you wish to cancel this function, simply repeat the above procedure, but ignore step 3, just press Select without entering a channel number.

Last edited by Mr Griffiths on March 30, 2006 10:42.
Post 3 made on Saturday April 1, 2006 at 23:58
goodnf
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Post 4 made on Sunday April 2, 2006 at 05:47
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Does it work then?
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Post 5 made on Saturday February 3, 2007 at 16:35
FiReStOrM
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I know this post is really old but I came across it as the 1st result on google when trying to find codes for my Goodmans TV. I eventually found that all the codes for all TV's are listed in the Interactive help (Interactive > Sky Customer Services > Your Sky Remote).

The code for this TV is 0508


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