The remote control that comes with your RCA Home Theater has already been programmed to work with the gadget. But if for any reason you wish to use a universal remote, you will need to program the remote to work on your Home Theater. The RCA Home Theater remote codes will come in handy to do this. RCA remote codes are four and five numbers. You may need to try more than one code before you get the correct one for your RCA Home Theater.
RCA Home Theater Remote Codes (5 Digits)
RCA Home Theater Remote Codes (4 Digits)
RCA Home Theater Video Remote Codes
RCA Home Theater Audio Remote Codes
How to Program Universal Remote To RCA Home Theatre
Step 1 : Switch on your RCA Home Theater Player and your TV.
Step 2: Hold your universal remote to face your RCA Home Theatre you wish to program.
Step 3: Find the ‘Menu’ option on your universal remote. Press on to the ‘Settings’ button and ‘Program Remote’ then choose ‘SOUND’ or any device you wish to program.
Step 4: 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 5: 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.
Universal Remote Not Working
If your 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.
. 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.
. 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.
. 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 universal remote. For most device, we listed more than one codes. If a code doesn’t work, simply copy the next code and try again.