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PROGRAMMING P 265 REMOTE

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greenflash2
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PROGRAMMING P 265 REMOTE

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we had fios tv set up on monday and i told the tech we had a new tv on the way and i would be switching to it. he programmed the remote to the old set and everythong worked great. i set up the new tv today. it works fine, except i cannot use the a/v button to access and select our dvd or html for roku. these previously worked when they were programmed on monday. i just need to know how to program this function. online chat with mohammed didn't fix the problem. we have the standard set top box, not the dvr.

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The instructions for how to program remotes can be found here:

 

https://www22.verizon.com/ForYourHome/VZRepair/vziha/Service.aspx?ihaweb=WebRemoteSetup

 

There are two pages for programming the P265; one standard and the other if the first does not work. If neither work, you can try the Key Fix listed below. No guarantees, but at least a few possibilities. Good luck!

 

Key Fix


If your remote control is programmed for your TV, but the <VOL>, <Mute>, or the <A/V> keys do not work correctly, then you can try using the Key Fix feature to fix the buttons.


1. Press and hold the OK and * buttons simultaneously. • The Red LED will blink twice and then stay on.
2. Press and hold the key that does not work correctly. The remote control will try a new code every second.
3. Once the TV responds correctly, release the button.
4. Press OK to save the current settings and finish programming your remote control.


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The instructions for how to program remotes can be found here:

 

https://www22.verizon.com/ForYourHome/VZRepair/vziha/Service.aspx?ihaweb=WebRemoteSetup

 

There are two pages for programming the P265; one standard and the other if the first does not work. If neither work, you can try the Key Fix listed below. No guarantees, but at least a few possibilities. Good luck!

 

Key Fix


If your remote control is programmed for your TV, but the <VOL>, <Mute>, or the <A/V> keys do not work correctly, then you can try using the Key Fix feature to fix the buttons.


1. Press and hold the OK and * buttons simultaneously. • The Red LED will blink twice and then stay on.
2. Press and hold the key that does not work correctly. The remote control will try a new code every second.
3. Once the TV responds correctly, release the button.
4. Press OK to save the current settings and finish programming your remote control.


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problem resolved. thank you very much!

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Thanks                      , this fixed my problem: could not get volume and mute to work till now.

 

Your post says I "can not give Kudos to this post"  ???  and I don't see a green ‘Accept as Solution’ button,

 

This is my first reply on this community - maybe I don't know how to use it?

 

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