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I bought a new samsung tv and blue ray player. The blue ray player was a display so it did not come with any manuals. It only came with the remote and the blue ray player. I cannot get the remote to work with the blue ray player.

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If the Samsung TV remote will not operate a Samsung Blueray player, I would say there is something wrong with the Blueray player then, Otherwise if you need a downloadable manual go to the following website and enter the model number you have. i hope that helps : )

http://www.samsung.com/us/support/

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