|Post 1 made on Monday January 20, 2003 at 11:53|
My Panasonic television uses a code of 226 on my 15-1925 remote. This code was downloaded over the phone line from UEIC. I am trying to program a 15-1994 remote but it will not accept this code. The 1994 will not even learn the functions from the original TV remote. Does this sound like a broken remote or should I be able to program it with a JP-1?
|Post 2 made on Monday January 20, 2003 at 19:43|
I thought most panasonic TVs used TV/0250, have you tried that one?
|Post 3 made on Tuesday January 21, 2003 at 12:07|
There are several reasons why a 1994 won't learn from an oem remote, most of which doesn't mean the 1994 is "broken". If it learns other signals, it certainly isn't.
Doesn't the 1925 also have the 6 pin header? If so, JP-1 could look at the modem download you got from RS/UEIC and you could build a similar one with KM and upload it to the 1994. I suspect they may have included a protocol upgrade as well, and that'd be interesting to look at on it's own merits.
|Post 4 made on Tuesday January 21, 2003 at 12:45 |
The usual reason a 1994 won't learn is that its learning memory is full.
Another possibility is that you have a really strange protocol that the UEI learning methods can't learn. That's rare and I've never heard of a Panasonic device using such a protocol.
Can you afford (time to reprogram setup codes and macros etc.) to delete everything in the 1994 with a 981 reset? Then you'd be sure learning memory wasn't full. If it still can't learn that signal, can it learn anything else? You should be able to determine whether the learning components are broken.
If you use JP1 and download the upgrade for the 1925, I expect someone in the JP1 group can figure out what to put in the 1994 to handle it without learning.
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