How do I program my Time Warner cable remote control (UR5U-8780L-TWY) to my JVC television?

To program your UR5U-8780L remote, use the following steps:

Quick Set-Up Method:

Turn on the equipment you want to program. To program your TV, turn on the TV. Point the remote at the component and press and hold the DEVICE key for 4 seconds until the Device LED blinks off and turns back on. Continue holding the DEVICE key and press the number keys, one at a time, starting with 1, then 2, 3...0. Stop pressing the number keys when the device turns off. Release the DEVICE key to save the code. The Device LED will blink twice to confirm the code is stored. Repeat the steps above for all components (CBL, TV, VCR, DVD, AUX).

Pre-Programmed 3-Dight Code Method:

Turn on the equipment that you want the remote control to operate (Cable Box, TV, VCR, DVD, etc.). Press the [DEVICE] button and the OK/SEL button simultaneously for three seconds. The corresponding device LED will turn on indicating that it is ready to be programmed. The LED will remain on for 30 seconds. The next step must be entered while the LED is on. Point the remote control toward the equipment and enter the three-digit code number assigned to your brand.

Auto-Search Method:

Turn on the equipment that you want the remote control to operate (Cable Box, TV, VCR, DVD, etc.). Press the [DEVICE] button and the OK/SEL button simultaneously for three seconds. The device LED will turn on indicating that it is ready to be programmed. The LED will remain on for 30 seconds. The next step must be entered while the LED is on. Press the CH (up) or CH (down) button one at a time or keep it pressed. The remote will emit a series of Power ON/OFF code signals. Release the CH (up) or CH (down) button as soon as the equipment turns off. Press the same DEVICE button to store the code. The Device LED will blink twice to confirm that the code has been stored. For a JVC TV (Plasma/LCD), the codes are 038 210 581 639.

In recent news, Time Warner Cable was hit with two class-action lawsuits in regard to its decision this past October to charge its data customers a cable modem lease fee of $3.95 per month. The lawsuits were filed in the Superior Court of New Jersey and the Supreme Court of New York. The lawsuits stated that Time Warner Cable didn’t give its customers a mandatory 30-day notice, and that the lease fee wasn’t included in existing customer agreements. When Time Warner Cable announced a broader roll-out of the fee on October 15th, 2012, they said subscribers could opt to buy their own modems from a pre-approved list, all of which were Motorola models, but the lawsuits also said that Time Warner Cable didn’t tell their customers that their VoIP services wouldn’t work with the purchased modems.

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Tuesday, December 11 2012