How to Program an LG Remote to a Philips Blu-ray

By Jeff Grundy

Modern LG TVs have inputs for just about any type of player component or source you can imagine. Additionally, most LG TVs include a universal remote that you can use not only to control the television, but the external components as well. Therefore, if you connected a Phillips Blu-ray player to your LG TV, you can use the television remote to operate the device -- and other sources as well -- instead of letting multiple remotes clutter your coffee table or viewing area.

Using Code Search

Step 1

Power on the LG TV and Phillips Blu-ray player if you have not already done so.

Step 2

Press the "DVD" button on the LG remote if it has one. Alternatively, press the "Mode" button on the LG remote a few times until the LED lights up below the DVD label at the top of the remote.

Step 3

Press the "Power" and "Mute" buttons simultaneously to put the remote into programming mode.

Step 4

Press the "CH+" button repeatedly until the Phillips Blu-ray player turns off. Press the "Exit" button to save and store the programming code for the Phillips Blu-ray player.

Press the "Mode" button again until the DVD LED illuminates. Press the "Power" button on the remote to turn the Phillips Blu-ray player on again. Use the LG remote to control the Phillips Blu-ray player normally.

Manual Code Entry

Step 1

Turn on the Phillips Blu-ray player and the LG television.

Step 2

Press the "DVD" or "Mode" button until the LED underneath the DVD label lights up at the top of the remote.

Step 3

Press the "Mute" and "Power" buttons at the same time to enable programming mode on the LG remote.

Step 4

Enter "013" using the number keys on the remote. The Phillips Blu-ray player turns off.

Press the "Exit" key to save the programming code for the Phillips Blu-ray player.

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