Your Universal Remote Control Center
RemoteCentral.com
General Consumer Remotes Forum - View Post
Previous section Next section Up level
Up level
The following page was printed from RemoteCentral.com:

Login:
Pass:
 
 

Topic:
One For All Universal remote # 2060
This thread has 4 replies. Displaying all posts.
Post 1 made on Saturday September 29, 2001 at 13:17
readaddict
Founding Member
Joined:
Posts:
September 2001
4
Hello,
I just bought a new LXI 13" tv for my bedroom. I found my OFA-2060, however, no directions for programming or no codes. I have been somewhat communicating with [email protected]. They e-mail me lots of codes but none of them worked. I starting to wonder if the remote is even a 2060. I say that it is because inside the battery compartment is just the # 2060. However, I have accessed other sites and their picture of the 2060 does not look like the one I have. It is slender has a magic button at the top then TV,VCR, CBL below the magic button. The part that puzzles me is the center of the remote has 2 areas. A vol up and vol down directly below that and a ch up and ch down across from the vol buttons. Heres the tricker, there is a round button which seperates the vol and the ch section. The 2060 I have seen does not have the middle round button.
Please help me!!! I have been fighting with this crap for over a week.
Thanks,
Gina
Post 2 made on Saturday September 29, 2001 at 23:54
The Robman
Loyal Member
Joined:
Posts:
August 2001
6,218
If the remote has a "magic" button (aka "setup") then it sure sounds like an OFA remote, in which case you can find most of the info that you need on my site.

However, it's probably quite an old remote, which means that it probably won't have codes for new equipment in it.

Rob.
http;//www.hifi-remote.com
Rob.
[Link: hifi-remote.com]
OP | Post 3 made on Sunday September 30, 2001 at 10:55
readaddict
Founding Member
Joined:
Posts:
September 2001
4
Hello,
Rob, I tried your web site. It seems that my remote is a cross between a URC2060 and a URC2062. Mine looks just like the 2060 but it has the center button like the 2062. There is not a picture of mine exactly.
Thanks anyway for the info.
Gina
Post 4 made on Monday October 1, 2001 at 10:36
The Robman
Loyal Member
Joined:
Posts:
August 2001
6,218
If your remote is somewhat like the URC-2060, you should be able to use the following page to decide which manual to use from my site:

[Link: hifi-remote.com]

You can then find the 3 digit setup codes from the various lists on this page:

[Link: hifi-remote.com]

Here's a picture of the URC-2060 and URC-2062, followed by pics of other remotes that look somewhat similar:




Rob.
http://www.hifi-remote.com

This message was edited by The Robman on 10/01/01 11:26.18.
Rob.
[Link: hifi-remote.com]
Post 5 made on Sunday October 4, 2020 at 03:26
bhayden
New Member
Joined:
Posts:
October 2020
1
Old thread, old remote... and old at the dawn of the digital revolution TV. One for All doesn't even acknowledge the URC-2060 on their website. The referenced code list here saved a device from the scrap heap; the TV since it's original remote was lost long ago. Back to the future, after a move, we have a fill in until the new 4k TV arrives and then the old Westinghouse becomes an extra computer monitor for work from home text files.

Bonus, if the 2060 can work with the new TV then excellent as it was bought originally so that my mom could easily see the large buttons.


Jump to


Protected Feature Before you can reply to a message...
You must first register for a Remote Central user account - it's fast and free! Or, if you already have an account, please login now.

Please read the following: Unsolicited commercial advertisements are absolutely not permitted on this forum. Other private buy & sell messages should be posted to our Marketplace. For information on how to advertise your service or product click here. Remote Central reserves the right to remove or modify any post that is deemed inappropriate.

Hosting Services by ipHouse