Sanyo DVD Player Remote Control Codes
Do you have a Sanyo DVD and need an Sanyo DVD remote control codes to program the player? This post outlines the codes below. There are a number of remote control codes for SANYO DVD listed below. We provided more than one code for each device. So if one of the codes doesn’t work, please try out another code. The code is usually a 4-digits figure.
SANYO is one of the not so popular DVD brands in the market. Usually, an SANYO DVD comes with a remote control. But if for any reason you misplace your SANYO DVD remote or it got spoilt, you can use a universal remote to program the DVD.
You need to know how to program your universal remote control to work with your SANYO DVD before you can use the code. The guide on how to program an SANYO DVD with a universal remote control has also been outlined below.
One For All Universal Remote Codes For SANYO DVD
4 Digits Universal Remote Control Codes For SANYO DVD
How To Program Universal Remote Control For SANYO DVD
Step 1 : Switch on your SANYO DVD set.
Step 2: Hold your universal DVD remote to face your SANYO DVD
wish to program.
Step 3: Find the ‘Menu’ option on your universal remote. Press on to the ‘Settings’ button and ‘Program Remote’ then choose ‘DVD’ or any device you wish to program.
Step 4: Find the ‘Slide Mode’ on top the ‘DVD’. Choose ‘SANYO’ from the options. Then simultaneously hold the ‘Mute’ and Select’ buttons together.
Step 5: If you got the process right, the tiny light will blink 4 times. When it does, pick any of the codes above for your device and enter. The button light will go off once you get the correct code. If not, try another code.
Step 6: Press any of the functions keys on your remote control. If it works, that means you got the steps correctly. If it doesn’t work, repeat the steps and try with another code.
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Note that for the 3-digit codes, you can add an extra 0 in before the digits to make it work.