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help w/ Onkyo RC-392M
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Post 1 made on Tuesday August 17, 2004 at 14:34
svh
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I can't seem to teach this remote to turn on/off an old Sony TV we recently inherited. Any ideas? The tv came with a remote that may not have belonged to it, but does work, labeled Sony TV Trinetron RM-757. When I try to beam it at the Onkyo remote, the Onkyo doesn't receive any info. I've had no trouble programming many other devices into the Onkyo, and other universals can easily handle this tv. What is the problem? I can't seem to use typical universals because the Onkyo has separate on and off buttons. I recently tried the OFA 6131, but couldn't get past the Onkyo on/off issue.
svh
Post 2 made on Tuesday August 17, 2004 at 15:11
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Sorry I can't help with the onkyo, but if had come earlier with 6131, then I could have gotten you the on & off commands.
OP | Post 3 made on Tuesday August 17, 2004 at 15:16
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I've still go the OFA remote--is it possible to make it work? I was going to try to return it, but didn't have much hope, since the pgk is open.... OFA Customer service was unable to help. They said I needed to buy a learning remote.
svh
OP | Post 4 made on Tuesday August 17, 2004 at 15:31
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Oh--If I do stick with the OFA remote, will I be able to use it to switch between input modes on my receiver (video 1 for tv, video 2 for VCR, video 3 for PS2, dvd for the dvd player, etc)?
svh
Post 5 made on Tuesday August 17, 2004 at 15:34
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The power button under setup code 0135 should turn the onkyo on, but the power button using setup code 0842 should turn it off. So your keymove the power command from setup code 0842 over to setup 0135, then you'll have both under one code. First try 0842, then I will give the steps to keymove.
Post 6 made on Tuesday August 17, 2004 at 15:37
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On 08/17/04 19:31 ET, svh said...
Oh--If I do stick with the OFA remote, will I
be able to use it to switch between input modes
on my receiver (video 1 for tv, video 2 for VCR,
video 3 for PS2, dvd for the dvd player, etc)?

The DVD command is under setup code 0842 as well, the advanced code is 060.
OP | Post 7 made on Tuesday August 17, 2004 at 16:04
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Well, 1298 turns the receiver on, but none of the codes will turn it off. Any advice?
svh
Post 8 made on Tuesday August 17, 2004 at 16:20
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Sorry, I can only suggest you start a new thread over in the OFA forum, before you give up on the 6131.
OP | Post 9 made on Tuesday August 17, 2004 at 16:23
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Thank you very much for your help.
svh
OP | Post 10 made on Tuesday August 17, 2004 at 17:39
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I reset the remote, and now it *will* turn the Onkyo off (using code 0842). What should I do next?

Thank you so much for helping me through this!
svh
Post 11 made on Tuesday August 17, 2004 at 18:08
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I think the best way is for you remap one of the devices as a second audio device for now,temporary. Say the VCR:

1. press and hold SET for two blinks
2. enter 9-9-2
3. press AUD
4. press VCR

Now program the NEW AUD key with SETUP code 0842, to keymove the power command:

1. press and hold SET for two blinks
2. enter 9-9-4
3. press VCR(new aud)
4. press POWER
5. press AUD
6. pick a key

To get the DVD command:

1. press VCR(new aud)
2. press and hold SET for two blinks
3. enter 9-9-4
4. tap SET for one blink
5. enter 0-6-0
6. press AUD
7. pick a key

Post 12 made on Saturday October 9, 2004 at 11:48
Paul Cook
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If anyone does have a list of codes, I would appreciate getting them.

Also, when I hit the OSD (On Screen Display) button on the RC-392M, the on screen display does not come on. Any ideas?

Thanks,

Paul
Post 13 made on Saturday November 6, 2004 at 03:55
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On 08/17/04 18:34 ET, svh said...
I can't seem to teach this remote to turn on/off
an old Sony TV we recently inherited. Any ideas?
The tv came with a remote that may not have belonged
to it, but does work, labeled Sony TV Trinetron
RM-757. When I try to beam it at the Onkyo remote,
the Onkyo doesn't receive any info. I've had no
trouble programming many other devices into the
Onkyo, and other universals can easily handle
this tv. What is the problem? I can't seem to
use typical universals because the Onkyo has separate
on and off buttons. I recently tried the OFA 6131,
but couldn't get past the Onkyo on/off issue.

I'm having the same problem with programing a new Philips DVD Player (DVP642/37) remote into my Onkyo RC-392M learning remote. I tried calling both Onkyo and Philips customer service, but they were no help. The Philips remote was able to be programmed into a friend's Sony RM-AV3000 without any problems. Is there any way I can manually program in the IR codes? Or is my remote just unable to learn it? Thanks in advance!
Post 14 made on Wednesday December 11, 2013 at 19:08
jerry h
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I saw you post from 2002. My rc392m will not turn on or turn off my receiver. How do I re enter the codes and what are the codes. I use to push audio and then on. I installed new batteries still will not work. I have a onkyo TXDS575x receiver. Thanks


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