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Patriot Box Office Codes for URC-10820 (OFA)
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Post 1 made on Monday March 29, 2010 at 13:25
Lurking Member
March 2010
Anyone know where to get Patriot Box Office Codes for URC-10820 (OFA)?
Post 2 made on Monday March 29, 2010 at 14:49
Active Member
December 2002
Use DVD 0575, 1224 or 2185 and the following codes:

power 00247
0 00036
1 00182
2 00186
3 00169
4 00118
5 00165
6 00104
7 00054
8 00037
9 00167
vol up 00105
vol down 00042
mute 00103
exit 00171
menu 00041
up arrow 00039
down arrow 00038
left arrow 00119
right arrow 00043
select 00117
play 00102
pause 00187
rewind 00057
fast fwd 00056
stop 00120
skip 00106
eject 00123
angle 00181
audio 00168
browser 00100
chapter 00122
cmskip 00249
confirm 00245
copy 00180
display 00164
goto 00183
home 00251
insreplay 00107
option 00053
repeat 00059
setup 00101
slow 00058
subtitle 00166
title 00184
tvsystem 00170
zoom 00055

Last edited by mdavej on March 29, 2010 15:01.
OP | Post 3 made on Monday March 29, 2010 at 15:10
Lurking Member
March 2010
appreciate it!
Post 4 made on Friday February 11, 2011 at 09:41
Long Time Member
July 2005
I recently acquired a PBO Core, which is merely a rebranded version of the Box Office with updated labeling and firmware. I don't believe the IR protocols have changed from the earlier incarnation.

Since my B00 remote doesn't have the 0575, 1224 or 2185 device codes, is there a suggestion for one that will work?

I've tried using the PVR/DVD/VCR 2010 device code after reassigning it to the AUX device key and it won't respond.
Post 5 made on Friday February 11, 2011 at 14:24
Select Member
August 2009
The setup codes that mdavej suggested are NEC1 IR protocol, device 73. The 8820B00 doesn't have any setup codes which can send that device number.

If you want to stcik with the 8820, you could buy the 8820N version, or you could buy/make a JP1.2 cable.

If you can find a Radio Shack store that has 15-100/133/134/135 remotes in stock ($1 -$3 on clearance), those will work. So will Atlas remotes, and a number of European models.
Post 6 made on Friday February 11, 2011 at 20:36
Long Time Member
July 2005
Thanks, I understand now.

I really do like the OFA x820 series of remotes, and had been pondering a spare anyway, so I'll likely try to acquire another one. Too bad they seem to be drying up in the sales channels.

Are there any distinguishing features to help discern the N version from the B00 from just a glance at an unopened package? I believe I saw somewhere that the "O" in the logo is black instead of red. It also appears that the packaging may have a red motif instead of the older blue motif.

I don't want to mistakenly buy a B00 instead of an N, and this will likely have to be an online purchase, which carries the attendant risks, including misidentification, either intentionally or unintentionally, from sellers who aren't likely to be familiar with the nuances. It seems like most of these things are now sold by random "junk" or "NOS" stores.
Post 7 made on Sunday April 28, 2013 at 11:03
Lurking Member
April 2013
Anyone have Pronto or LIRC for PBO (Patriot Box Office)?
Can you upload or I'll upload to [Link:].
Thanks in advance.

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