Saturday, April 21, 2012

How to program a Samsung AK59-00104K remote control

How to program a Samsung AK59-00104K remote with codes:
  1. Turn on the TV.
  2. Point the remote at the TV.
  3. Hold the "TV POWER" button while entering a two digit code.
  4. Release the "TV POWER" button.
If you enter the correct two numbers, the TV should switch off.

TIP: Start entering the remote codes at 00, then 01, then 02, then 03, etc...
TIP: Once you find the correct code, write it down somewhere you can find it next year!

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Protiguous said...

Code 19 works for a Vizio television, fyi.

Ian Turner said...

thank you people, 01 worked and easy to remember.volume control on tv remote dodgy....problem solved thanks again.

Ian Turner said...

Worked perfectly, thank you.

Kenneth Madore said...

Any one know the code for akai. Or get a copy of the guide book.

Protiguous said...

For Akai, try the codes 26, 31, or 32.

Let us know if they work!
(You can also try 00, 16, 22, 41, and 51)

What is the model of the Akai TV?

Fred Francis said...

Sceptre E32 is code 35

Ryan Skiles said...

Any idea what the codes for a Hisense TV would be?

Protiguous said...

Try 60 and let us know?

Ryan Skiles said...

60 didn't seem to work, I had followed all the steps and went through 00 to 99 to no avail. Is there a chance of a 3-digit code?

Protiguous said...

No 3 digit codes that I know of.. have you troubleshooted the remote itself?

Fresh batteries. Make sure it is transmitting.. some smartphone cameras can see the light emitted by some remotes, fyi. :)

Direct line-of-sight from remote to TV?

Does the tv work with any other remote?

Ryan Skiles said...

I have troubleshot the remote, it's working all fine and good, batteries operational, it controls the DVD player well. Line of sight is not an issue, the TV works with the remote that came with it that I'm trying to replace.

I can't think of any reason why it won't work. Any ideas are welcome.

Thank you!