The Polaris, Delta and Atlas remote controls are all different brands of the Suddenlink Company. So this tutorial will cover all the remotes under this brand using the general name ‘Suddenlink’. If you are looking for an easy tutorial on how to program any of your Suddenlink universal remotes to a TV, then this tutorial is for you. Usually, every TV comes with remote control. If for any reason you misplace the remote or it gets spoilt, you can sync the TV to your Suddenlink remote control and program it with the remote. Follow the steps to program your Suddenlink remote to your TV.
How to program Suddenlink Remote To TV
Step 1. Ensure you turn on the device you want to sync with the Suddenlink universal remote.
Step 2. Hold your Suddenlink remote to face the device you want to program.
Step 3. Find the power-up button on the remote and press to suit the device you want to sync. Since it is a TV you want to program, simply press the ‘TV’ button on your remote.
Step 4. You will find the ‘Setup’ button on your remote control. Hold down the button for several seconds until the tiny LED light on the remote blinks three times. After that, you release the ‘SETUP’ button.
Step 5. Find the Suddenlink remote for your TV brand and key in the codes.
Step 6. Find and press the ‘Power’ button on top of the remote. Your TV will turn off at this point. Press the ‘Power’ button again. If your TV turns on, Voila. You have successfully programmed your Suddenlink universal remote.
Suddenlink Universal Remote control codes
You can try any of these remote codes below to sync your universal remote to your TV.
Suddenlink Remote not working
If your Suddenlink universal remote control is not working, it could be as a result of some minor issues. This session will point out issues that can make your universal remote to stop working and to fix it.
Battery: If there is no battery in your universal remote or the battery is bad, it will not work. Check the battery box of your remote to ensure there the batteries are correctly fixed. Also, ensure that the batteries are not wet, because that is a sign of damage.
Object: If there is an object obstructing your TV or device you want to program, your universal remote may not function well. Ensure you remove all objects and hold your remote close to the device you wish to program.
Correct Code: Another reason your universal remote control may fail to work is if you are using the wrong code. Thankfully, this post has listed codes for all devices for your Suddenlink remote. For most device, we listed more than one codes. If a code doesn’t work, simply copy the next code and try again.