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Post 1 made on Thursday April 24, 2003 at 14:00
JimF
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I have a Toshiba TV/DVD/VHS combo. Model #MW24FM1
I just purchased the One for all URC-8910.
Does anyone know what codes I need to use for:
TV:0156 I think.
DVD:????
VHS:????
Post 2 made on Thursday April 24, 2003 at 14:39
edmund
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The stand alone codes are TV-0156, VCR-0045, DVD-0503.
OP | Post 3 made on Friday April 25, 2003 at 14:42
JimF
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I tried the code 0503 for the DVD. It does not work.
This is a TV/VHS/DVD combo tv.
The code you gave me the the TV and VHS worked okay.
Can you help me out?
Post 4 made on Sunday April 27, 2003 at 01:10
bryantcl1
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i have a remote control one for all
my remote it's small and only have 1,2,3,4,
numbers to program so the codes that i need they
have to be in this numbers 1,2,3,4, thats all
numbers i see on my remote control
and i need the codes to program my dvd player
i have a dvd APEX thank you i realy need help


This message was edited by bryantcl1 on 04/27/03 01:58.
Post 5 made on Sunday April 27, 2003 at 01:19
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Apex uses two different codes on their DVD players, only recent ofa/rs remotes have both codes, they're 0672,0755.
OP | Post 6 made on Monday April 28, 2003 at 08:33
JimF
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I have a Toshiba TV/DVD/VHS combo. Model #MW24FM1
I just purchased the One for all URC-8910.
The codes you gave me for the TV and VHS work good. Does anyone know what code I need to use the DVD section for this TV?
TV:0156 Works good.
DVD:0503 Does not work.
VHS:0045 Works good.
Post 7 made on Monday April 28, 2003 at 12:20
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There is a Pronto ccf file for a MW20FM1 but many of the commands are in a database format that I can't translate. However, looking through what commands were in the "learned" format that ccf2efc can translate and looking at the file in Pronto Edit to gives me some idea of how these commands work.

It looks like there are only two setup codes will have any commands for this device: TV_0154 and VCR_0045.

The DVD-TV/DVD command apparently puts the device in the DVD mode and then the VCR transport commands work (play, stop, ff etc.). When the Pronto file goes into the DVD mode it does it with a macro for the DVD-TV/DVD command followed by the Play command. This may turn the DVD player On. (That sequence of commands would turn on a regular standalone Toshiba DVD.)

Here is a listing of the commands that I found. You will have to do key moves for these since they are not in the built in library:

Setup Code TV_0156

DEV OBC EFC
064 021 120 Sleep
064 087 106 >>| Skip

Setup Code VCR_0045

DEV OBC EFC
068 032 213 DVD - TV/DVD
068 077 040 VCR-Menu Right
068 081 105 TV - Menu Left
068 083 107 Audio
068 093 232 Return
068 128 189 Toshiba - Menu Up
068 129 193 TV - Menu Down
068 135 194 DVD-Subtitle/VCR - ZeroRet
068 155 003 DVD Memory/VCR-Skip Commercial
068 223 242 VCR-AutoTrk/??-Top Menu
068 239 082 Clear


It would greatly simplify your effort to understand how this works by making or buying a JP1 cable and learn these commands from the OEM remote. That way we can decode the learned commands and figure out what they do exactly.

The database commands suggest there are also discrete power on and off power commands.

Without JP1, in order to get any additional commands you would need to try all 256 commands from both setup codes in all three modes (TV, VCR, and DVD). I think this would be very tedious. Some guesses would be that the ch+ key for the TV will get to TV tuner mode, the TV/VCR button or the VCR power command will get into VCR mode but it may not be this simple.

-Jon


This message was edited by jarmstrong on 04/28/03 12:51.


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