How do I Program a SV-360 Premier Remote Control?

by Chris WallerUpdated September 28, 2017
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The Sonicview company makes many products to enhance the electronics in your home or office. The SV-360 Premier remote control is a universal remote created by the company that can be programmed to function with most brands of televisions, cable boxes, DVD players and VCRs that you have hooked up to your home-entertainment system. The process of programming the remote takes only a few minutes. By following this procedure, you can have all of your favorite devices set up to work from just one remote control.

Turn on the device you want to program into your SV-360 Premier remote control first. Turn off all other devices to prevent problems.

Using Sonicview User's Manual, find the three-digit code that corresponds to the brand, not the model, of the device you are programming. There may be several different codes for your brand, so write down all that appear for future use. If you do not have a copy of the User's Manual, you can download a copy at Sonicview's support website. (See Reference 1)

Press the "Mode" button for the device — located at the top of the SV-360 remote — and the "OK" button in the center of the remote at the same time, holding down both of them until the power light turns on and remains lit. Once this occurs, you have 20 seconds to begin programming or the process will need to be started over.

Enter the first code for your brand into the number buttons on the center of your remote. With each number entered, the power light will blink but remain light to confirm a valid number.

When all three digits are entered into your remote, push the "Power" button. If the device turns off, turn it back on using the remote. Test all of the functions of the remote, including channel up and down and volume control. If everything is in order, push the "OK" button. If the power light blinks twice and turns off, you are finished. If the remote does not respond fully, repeat the process using the next code on the list for your brand until you find one that works.

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Chris Waller began writing in 2004. Chris has written for the "Fulton Sun" and eHow, focusing on technology and sports. Chris has won multiple awards for his writing including a second place award in the Missouri Press Association's Better Newspaper Contest. Chris earned Bachelor of Arts degrees in journalism and English from Truman State University.

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