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Hey, it could be anything that's wrong. It might just need a reset of the remote (you can search online and you'll find ways you can do that) or you may just need to buy a new original remote. I searched around and found this one: http://www.remotecontrolscenter.com/samsung/bn59-00857a.html

Samsung TV... | Answered on Oct 08, 2012


your remote needs to be put back in TV mode. press the tv button or slide the switch to tv

Samsung TV... | Answered on Oct 08, 2012


What is the problem you faces with this set? Try this link.

Samsung TV... | Answered on Sep 28, 2012


No It can't synchronize with Blu-ray player.

Samsung TV... | Answered on Sep 28, 2012


0105 0077 0076 0109 0007 0009 0004 0005 0085 0172 0942 0358 0012 0015 0080 0104 0106

Samsung TV... | Answered on Sep 19, 2012


Check this remote control for its infrared emission. Visit the site named 'Electro-help' for more details. Check this link and select the site named above. View it in 'Flip card' option, which can be selected from the drop down box menu by the [Sidebar] tag, at the left top left corner of the display window. It will make search easy. Some times, the ads attached with each posts both at the right and bottom, might help you to find the availability of spare parts. There are more than 640 posts to different brand TVs now. Will be updated daily.
Check and repair to remote control are described in detail there. Pull up older posts.

Samsung TV... | Answered on Aug 24, 2012


yes is possible, download the instruc. manual and you will see the button for mute.
www.fitness.manualsonline.com
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od bless you

Samsung TV... | Answered on Jul 30, 2012


You can find the remote control codes for different brands of devices from
http://www.hifi-remote.com/ofa/codes-tv.shtml#tv

If none of the codes work then we have two other solutions:

1. Searching For Your Code

If you have tried all of the set-up codes for your brand of equipment ,or your brand is not listed, and you are still not able to get the unit to respond, try the following procedure to search for your code.
If you don't find a code that works, the remote will flash four times when you reach the end of all the codes for this device type.
  1. PRESS the button for the device you want to program, (TV, VCR, CABLE, etc.), then RELEASE.
  2. PRESS and HOLD the SETUP button until the red LED flashes twice, then RELEASE.
  3. ENTER 9-9-1 (two blinks on the remote)
  4. ALTERNATE slowly between the POWER key and the DEVICE (TV, VCR, CABLE, etc.) button until your device turns off. (On VCR, LD, and CD players use PLAY instead of POWER)
    Make sure that the remote is pointed at your device during the search, You may have to press this sequences of buttons up to 100 times to search the entire library of codes.
  5. When your device turns OFF, PRESS the SETUP button and RELEASE it to lock in the code for your device.

2. Learn the buttons from the original

Line up your original remote and the head-to-head before completing the following steps.
  1. PRESS and HOLD the SETUP button until the red LED flashes twice.
  2. PRESS 9 - 7 - 5, the red LED will flash twice.
  3. PRESS the DEVICE key where you wish to learn the function. The next 3 steps must be completed within 10 seconds.
  4. PRESS the button that will receive the learned function, the LED will flash rapidly.
  5. PRESS the button on the original remote to be learned.

Now you can repeat steps 3 through 5 to learn other functions onto other keys or press and hold SETUP until the Cinema's red light flashes twice to lock in your new feature. (If the red light does not blink twice, stop and repeat steps through 6).
To test the new feature, press and release the device key in which the new feature was learned followed by the key on which the feature was learned

More help for programming your remote can be found here:
http://www.hifi-remote.com/manuals/ofa-l.shtml?URC-7800#device

Hope that helps! Should you have any further questions, please feel free to post them here.

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Samsung TV... | Answered on Jul 28, 2012


I had the same problem with my remote if the red light (TV) flashes it means the remote is transmitting a signal , I removed the back of the remote ( you can ususlly do this by using your nail along the edge it is onnly clipped in) and on the PCB was a white substance I can only summise must have leaked from the batteries I cleaned it ( with Brut aftershave it's 40% alchahol ) and it works fine now hope this helps .. Vortash

Samsung TV... | Answered on Jul 20, 2012


your batterys probably got loose inside the remote. take the battery cover off and push them back into place.

Samsung TV... | Answered on Jul 13, 2012


1) change the new batteries.
2) clean the contact batteries
3) retight the springs contact batteries with pliers for better contacts.
God bless you

Samsung TV... | Answered on Jul 02, 2012


It sounds that the remote control should be programmed once again with TV with its setup codes. Setup codes for Samsung TV are:

0105 0077 0076 0109 0007 0009 0004 0005 0085 0172 0942 0358 0012 0015 0080 0104 0106
Check these codes, and select one which have maximum functionality with your TV.

Samsung TV... | Answered on Jun 29, 2012

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