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How To Program A GE Universal Remote Without Codes

Did you know that we can program without having the GE Universal Remote Codes ? In this blog, we are going to walk you through the process of this GE remote code finder method. With this simple procedure, you can find all functional ge remote control codes. So why late, just look at the programming methods and connect your remote to your device ASAP.

Programming the GE universal remote control without codes

  1. At first, make sure your device should be turned on “TO”. Please keep your remote control very close to your TV or the device you want to program.
  2. Now locate the “Installation” button on your remote control. Then press and hold the button until the small LED button on your remote lights up.
  3. You will find the right component button and press it easily. For each device, you can have the component button.
  4. As for TV, DVD for DVD, CBL for cable box. But you need to press the component button according to your device only.
  5. After pressing the button, you must again press and release the “Power” button unless your device is turned off. Once you press the button then using the universal remote. It will find the codes in the database.
  6. So press the button until you no longer get the correct codes. If your device turns off, the correct code is found in the database.
  7. Now is the time to save the code to the database. For this you have to press the ‘Enter’ button using the remote control.
  8. In the last step, you have to press the “Power” button just to save the code and even you can also easily find this code.

GE universal remote control using number search method

  • First, you need to turn on your device, then you need to keep your GE universal remote control near your TV for programming purposes only.
  • Now look for the ‘To install’ button on your remote, then you need to continuously press and hold the setup button. You have to hold this button until the little light is “TO”.
  • In the GE universal remote control, you can easily find the component button. So you have to press the button of the component to apply it to your gadget.
  • After using the button, you need to press the “9-9-1” button. Now continuously you have to press and hold the Channel + Power button once you see your device is “DISABLED”.
  • It is time to save the code in the database which is done by pressing the “Enter” button. And this way your code is saved in the database.
  • In the last step, press the power button just to save the code again. Now you can easily find the code in the database.

How to program the GE universal remote using codes

  • You need to check your device whether it is on or not and make sure your universal remote is near your device.
  • After that find the “Installation” button and then you need to long press the button once you see the small LED button on your remote control is “TO”.
  • Now, finding the right component button isn’t very difficult. So just find the component button, then press it.
  • So depending on your device, find the correct code and enter the code using the button on the universal remote control.
  • If you enter the correct code, the small LED will blink twice and your device will automatically turn off. If the code is incorrect, you should try the following code.
  • In the last step, just save the code to your database. For this you must press the ‘Enter’ button and your code is saved. But again, you need to press the POWER button to save this code again.

Final words

Well, now you will have understood that anything is possible. It doesn’t matter if you have the list of working codes or not. Now you can also program the GE universal remote control without having the codes too. If you have any problem with the above methods, let us know. We will definitely provide you with the right solution.

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Suresh Choudhary

Suresh is a former writer for Lifewire who started reporting on consumer electronics in 2015. He's focused more closely on home entertainment and home theater technology like Ultra HD, Blu-ray, and DVD players. Since studying electronics in high school, he's been a fervent electronics and audiophile hobbyist.

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