TV and remote control...

9 Jun 2011
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United Kingdom
Is it possible to determine from the insides of a TV, by looking at the AV board perhaps, to determine what type of IR control would be needed to control the TV?

My example, I got 2 *broken* identical TVs (but no remotes), and managed to make one working set from the parts from both, after recapping the power board, and switching a good inverter from the set with a smashed LCD panel to the other set who's panel was in much better shape, intact at least.

I managed to get a scan of the manual directly from Beko, and I can see remotes on eBay that look like the one pictured in the manual, but notice that there are a few different model numbers of remotes that look similar.

I did try a universal remote, and with one code, I get a lot of the functions (numbers, directions, menu, etc), and another Beko code had a button (#4) mapped to the TV<->PC switching button, but no others, but I'm still missing other functions, like picture format changing, and to access the menu when in PC mode (with is something I need to access).
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Unlikely. The code set will likely be burned in to a generic EEPROM.

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