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My toshiba 32a42a does not have a power button-how do you turn it on or off?Most remotes require the tv to be on so you can program it.

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This set has a power button on the far right of all the buttons on the front. I looked at page 11 of the owners manual http://ec1.images-amazon.com/media/i3d/01/A/man-migrate/MANUAL000001840.pdf and it shows it very clearly. It looks as if the power button may be turned the opposite way from the other buttons. Thanks

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I have a Quantum FX REM-200 remote that lost connection to my Toshiba tv. I dont have manual to help input codes i find. HELP!


Codes to check with Toshiba TV are: 0159 0178 0109 0120 0181 0105 0049 0095 0170 0260 0358 0394 0924 0012 0095 0117 0141

Direct Code Entry
  1. Press and hold the SETUP button until the red indicator stays on, then release the SETUP button.
  2. Press and release the desired Mode button (TV, VCR, etc.). The red indicator blinks, then stays lit.
  3. Enter the 4 digit code from the code tables. Note: after a valid code entry, the red indicator turns off. For an invalid code, the red indicator flashes.
  4. With your device on, press CHANNEL UP. If the device responds, no further programming is required. Note: If some buttons do not operate your device, try one of the other codes for your brand.

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My toshiba 32a42a power button is broken. Most remotes require the tv to be on so you can program it. How can i turn it on.


Contact the authorised service center for Toshoba to get a knob for ON'OFF switch to your TV. It is very easy to fix it.

May 06, 2012 | Toshiba 32AF42 32" TV

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Need codes for toshiba tv


Here are the codes for a Toshiba TV and DISH remote:
617,631, or 744AddressRemote to TV
  1. While at the device location (TV, etc), point the remote at the device. Press and hold the device button on the remote (TV, Aux, etc). - All four mode buttons should light up
  2. Enter the three-digit remote control code - The mode button (TV, Aux, etc.)you selected should light up
  3. Press the Pound (#) button - The mode button you are programming should flash three times
  4. Press the large, red POWER button - The device should turn off

Jan 06, 2012 | Radio Shack 15-2142 Remote Control

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I need remote codes for a src-300a to a toshiba tv


One of these three codes should work: 0156, 0060, 0154

In addition, here are the commands to get your remote into programming mode should you require them.
  • Press the LED button and hold it down until the LED Flashes.
  • Press the REC button. The LED stops blinking at this point and stays solid.
  • Press and release the POWER. The remote is now in TV Code Scan Programming Mode.
  • Press the UP ARROW (above SELECT) button to scan through all the TV codes. When you reach the correct TV code, the TV will automatically turn off.
  • Press the SELECT button to store the TV code. The LED flashes rapidly then stops, indicating code has been stored.

Dec 26, 2011 | Motorola Televison & Video

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I just bought a new remote and cannot find the user guide for the TV. Do you need to program the remote for it to work?


Hello
You have to programme it. do the following:
[1] Make sure there are working batteries in the Toshiba remote control.
[2] Turn on your television set, DVD player or other device that you want to control with the Toshiba remote

[3] Find the "Recall" or "Setup" button on the Toshiba remote control. After you find it, press and hold down that button until the lights on the remote control turn on and remain lit.

[4] Point the Toshiba remote at the device you turned on in Step 2 and press the button on the remote for that device.

[5] Begin pressing the "Power" button on the Toshiba remote. Continue doing this until you have turned the device off using the Toshiba remote. Once it shuts off, press "Enter" on the Toshiba remote. The remote will then be programmed.

OK.


Jul 19, 2011 | Toshiba DC-SB1 Remote Control

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TOSHIBA SER0324 Remote Control. I just got a Toshiba TV with this remote and I am unsure how to set it up.


Hello
You can prgramme with
toshiba remote control with Toshiba TV, eventhough you haven't its manual or codes. Proceedings are :


1. Make sure there are working batteries in the Toshiba remote control.

2. Turn on your television set, DVD player or other device that you want to control with the Toshiba remote.

3. Find the "Recall" or "Setup" button on the Toshiba remote control. After you find it, press and hold down that button until the lights on the remote control turn on and remain lit.

4. Point the Toshiba remote at the device you turned on in Step 2 and press the button on the remote for that device.
5. Begin pressing the "Power" button on the Toshiba remote. Continue doing this until you have turned the device off using the Toshiba remote. Once it shuts off, press "Enter" on the Toshiba remote. The remote will then be programmed
OK.

Mar 12, 2011 | Toshiba Televison & Video

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I have an old remote that works for a VCR and I did have it working for the TV but one day someone was playing with buttons and it stopped working. I was wondering how to program my Toshiba vc 260 remote...


Try the following procedure:

1. Make sure there are working batteries in the Toshiba remote control.
2. Turn on your television set, DVD player or other device that you want to control with the Toshiba remote.
3. Find the "Recall" or "Setup" button on the Toshiba remote control. After you find it, press and hold down that button until the lights on the remote control turn on and remain lit.
4. Point the Toshiba remote at the device you turned on in Step 2 and press the button on the remote for that device.
5. Begin pressing the "Power" button on the Toshiba remote. Continue doing this until you have turned the device off using the Toshiba remote. Once it shuts off, press "Enter" on the Toshiba remote. The remote will then be programmed.

Feb 28, 2011 | Toshiba Vc-260 Remote Control

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Toshiba 32A42A - Menu options pop up all by themself, and the TV is making its own choices. Can this be fixed or do I call a Preist for an exercism or just get rid of it ?


I had the exact same problem yesterday. It took me 1 hour and 45 minutes to find a solution. Here is the solution: It is not a stuck button or the television being 'posessed' that is resulting in the menu cycling. It is the fact that the television is in the DEMO mode. I was able to read the manual for this television online at the Toshiba website. On page 30 it states 'To stop the DEMO mode press 'recall', ''exit', or 'power'. Unfortunately the 'recall', and 'exit' button are on the original remote which I no longer have. The power button on my model is broken. I use the cable box to 'turn on the television'. In reality, the TV is never off, it is just showing a black screen when the cable box and DVD player is off. I suspect this defect in the power button has occured on other TV's experiencing this problem. I was able to push the broken power button to the inside and side of the television casing exposing a round circle that the power button pushes when the power button is not broken. I pushed this small circle to turn the television off. After about 5 seconds I pushed the button again and the television went on without the annoying menu popping up. Just unplugging the television and plugging the television back in does not work. You need to be able to push the power button, or one of the other 2 buttons on the remote previously mentioned.
Also on page 30 it explains how to activate the DEMO mode. It's not too hard to accidentally do, especially when you have kids pushing buttons haphazardly.
I hope this helps someone outthere in cyberspace! Kevin

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Tv will not go on


On my GE Tv/VCR Combo I had a similar problem. Try holding down the Power button on the remote for at least 7 seconds. This disengages the parental controls. I found this solution on another website after my tv stopped working after my 20 month old played with the remote for a while. This solution was not in manual. I am assuming that he held down the power button for 7 seconds to engage the parental control. Hope this helps!

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How to use Toshiba 32D46 32" TV with Comcast 3 in 1 Universal Remote Control


Most univ. remotes have a search mode if code entry won't work-
Do you have the comcast instructions ? Something like.....
1) Tv power on
2) Push set-up or program on remote
3)Touch tv button on remote
4) Point remote at TV and push power off. Repeat until TV turns off.............then
5)Push enter to save....

Hope I helped you........T.

Nov 07, 2007 | Toshiba 32D46 32" TV

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