Guidelines

How do I program my Panasonic TV remote?

How do I program my Panasonic TV remote?

Program Each Device Simultaneously press the “Power” and “Action” buttons on your remote. Hold the buttons down for five full seconds before releasing. This enters the remote into programming mode. Press the first device button and enter the corresponding code.

How do I find the code for my Panasonic TV?

It’s rather easy to find the 4 digit TV codes for your Panasonic TV.

  1. Switch the TV on and press and hold the TV and SEL keys.
  2. The LED on your remote should light on.
  3. Next, point the universal remote towards the TV and enter the TV codes.
  4. Then, press and hold the SET button to enter the code.

How do I connect my universal remote to my Panasonic TV?

Installing a universal remote for Panasonic TV

  1. Press and hold down the MAGIC key on the universal Panasonic TV remote.
  2. Select the device you want to connect your universal Panasonic remote control to.
  3. Finally, press and hold down the digit key to set up for your brand (Panasonic) and device.

How do I connect a universal remote to my TV?

How do you program a universal remote?

  1. Power on the TV or other device you’d like to connect to.
  2. Insert batteries into your remote and point at the device.
  3. Press and release the correct device button on your remote for the device you’re connecting.
  4. Now press the power button and the device button simultaneously.

Where is the menu button on a Panasonic TV remote control?

Set the time, date, sleep timer, brightness and contrast if this is your first time using your television or remote by pressing the menu button labeled “Menu” near the top-left of the remote.

Where are the control buttons on a Panasonic TV?

On Panasonic TVs, the control buttons are usually on the right side in the back. Go to the left side of your TV screen and look behind it. The power on/off button is indicated by the I/O sign.

What is an action button on a remote?

By pressing the ACTION MENU button, a menu appears and provides quick access to the functions that are available for the currently displayed screen, such as picture adjustments, sound adjustments, volume adjustment for a connected device (such as headphones), and display/audio settings.