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1060BC3 and Sony X900H
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Post 1 made on Wednesday October 7, 2020 at 09:14
billstei
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I have a (Spectrum/Charter issued) 1060BC3 remote and a Sony X900H (XBR Bravia) TV. Using code 10810 works (mostly) but the Select/OK button does not work. Have tried various 5 digit EFC codes (via 994 programming) but can't find the right one. Any suggestions?

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Edit #1 -- I now have Select/OK working on the 1060BC3 remote by using EFC code 14149. See the 994 procedure below.

As a side note I find it interesting that 14149 mod 256 = 00069, but 00069 does not work.

Edit #2 -- Another missing button on the 1060BC3 remote (relative to the Sony X900H issued remote) is the Settings/Gear-icon button. For this I substituted the unused/unassigned (when configured as 10810) Guide button on the 1060BC3 remote, and used EFC code 24876 (aka Tools) and this is now working correctly as the Settings/Gear-icon button.

Last edited by billstei on October 8, 2020 13:44.
Post 2 made on Wednesday October 7, 2020 at 14:01
edmund
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It's not the efc's its the remote it doesn't accept efc's at all.
OP | Post 3 made on Wednesday October 7, 2020 at 14:19
billstei
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This is the procedure I am using and I did not receive a long blink in Step 3, and I did receive two blinks in Step 7. Doesn't that mean the 1060BC3 is accepting 5 digit EFC codes?

1. TAP a DEVICE button (eg, TV)
2. PRESS and HOLD the SETUP button until the red LED flashes twice, then Release
3. TAP 9 - 9 - 4, the LED will flash twice (one long blink means the remote does not accept 994's)
4. TAP SETUP
5. Type in the 5 digit EFC (or 3 digit if its an ancient remote)
6. Press the button to receive the function (in this case the OK/SELECT button)
7. Two blinks indicates success


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