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URC-9910 and SIR-TS160
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Post 1 made on Friday December 17, 2004 at 11:38
TuxLux
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Hi I am looking for info to help me use the URC-9910 with a Samsung SIR-TS160 Sat/Cable/OTA HDTV Tuner. I think the code I should be using is 1276 but it is not found on my remote. I hear a lot around the web about upgrade wav files and such so does anyone know where i can get a wav file for this code? The "One for All" support is so slow. I email them that it dont work with the code on my remote so they say try these codes ... and two of them are not on my remote. They dont even bother saying how to get them the website says contact customer service and the customer service only has email support. So I reply to the email and ask where to get the codes, I thought it would be quicker than the first time because it was a reply but no luck. Waiting a week to get upgrades is lame. So I start looking around the web for 9910 wav files and I dont see any. Is there a nice resource for upgrade wavs for this remote? Especially Sat 1276?
Post 2 made on Friday December 17, 2004 at 13:21
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You can't get an upgrade emailed to you, you need to call. The # is 330-405-8616.
Post 3 made on Friday December 17, 2004 at 13:38
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Using JP1 software you can build the .wav file yourself. But that takes even more understanding of JP1 software than you need for using the JP1 cable.

Rob and I have posted just a few (VERY few) .wav files we've made. But the one you want isn't there.

OFA won't give you a .wav file for a USA model remote. They will play it for you over the phone. With old wired phones it apparently works (to load directly from the phone to the remote) with cell or wireless phones I understand it doesn't work.
OP | Post 4 made on Friday December 17, 2004 at 15:11
TuxLux
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ok thanks guys I will just try calling the number. funny thing is I can't find that number on their site. where did you get it incase i need to call them again?
Post 5 made on Friday December 17, 2004 at 15:21
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Its in the 9910 manual!!!
Post 6 made on Friday December 17, 2004 at 15:39
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Other #'s to try, 330-405-8620, 330-405-8615.


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