How to Program Spectrum Remote (with Code or without Code)

Here's the complete list of Spectrum Remote Codes and guide to program the Spectrum remote.

Do you have trouble setting up your Spectrum remote control? Do not worry; we have you covered with our comprehensive guide on how you can effectively program Spectrum Remote.

This post will guide you through a few straightforward yet effective methods to set up your TV and other devices with the Spectrum remote.

Getting Ready For The Procedure

There are a few things you should check before we start to program Spectrum remote:

How to Program Spectrum Remote

Find The Model of Your Spectrum Remote: First, find the model number of your remote, which may be found inside the battery compartment or at the back of your remote control.

Recognize Your TV Brand: Another thing you need to be familiar with is your TV’s brand. To begin programming, you must input a certain digit connected to your TV brand.

Check The Remote Batteries: Make sure the batteries in your remote are fresh and charged. This ensures the best performance possible when programming.

Find the remote setup codes: Each TV brand’s specific codes are listed below. To do manual programming, they are necessary.

Spectrum TV Remote Codes – Complete List (for TVs)

Before moving to the guide to Program Spectrum Remote, find the setup code for your television. We curated the complete list of Spectrum TV Remote Codes for all compatible models, we cut down the list based on remote models 1060BC2 / 1060BC3 and UR5U-8780L / 8790L. Here’s the list.

For 1060BC2/1060BC3 Remote Models:

  • Admiral 10093, 10463
  • Advent 10761, 10783, 10815, 10817, 10842, 11933
  • Akai 10812, 11675, 10702, 10672, 11207, 11903, 11935, 12232
  • Albatron 10700, 10843
  • America Action 10180
  • Anam 10180
  • AOC 11365, 11589, 11590, 12014, 12087, 12402
  • Aomni 11623
  • Apex Digital 10156, 10748, 10879, 10765, 10767, 10890, 11217, 11991, 12397
  • Astar 11531, 11738
  • Audiovox 10451, 10180, 10623, 10802, 10846, 10875, 11284, 11937, 11951, 11952
  • Aventura 10171
  • Axion 11937
  • BenQ 11032, 11315
  • Bradford 10180
  • Broksonic 10236, 10463, 11935
  • Carver 10054
  • Celebrity 10000
  • Celera 10765
  • Changhong 10765
  • Citizen 10060, 11671, 11672, 11935
  • Clarion 10180
  • Coby 11538, 11634, 12306, 12314, 12315, 12338, 12340, 12343, 12344, 12345, 12347, 12348, 12350, 12351
  • Commercial Solutions 11447, 10047
  • Contec 10180
  • Craig 10180
  • Crosley 10000, 10054
  • Crown 10180
  • Curtis 12352, 12466
  • Curtis Mathes 10047, 10054, 10451, 10093, 10060, 10702, 10145, 10166, 11661, 11147, 11347
  • CXC 10180
  • Daewoo 10451, 11661, 10623, 10661, 10672
  • Dell 11264, 11080, 11178, 11403, 11863
  • Denon 10145
  • Digital Lifestyles 11765
  • DirecTV 11501
  • Dish Network 11948
  • Disney 12152
  • Dumont 10017
  • Durabrand 10463, 10180, 10178, 10171, 11034
  • Dynex 11463, 11780, 11785, 11810, 12049, 12184
  • Electroband 10000
  • Electrograph 11755, 11623
  • Electrohome 10463, 11670, 11672
  • Element 11687, 12183
  • Emerson 11864, 10017, 10451, 10236, 10463, 10180, 10178, 10171, 11661, 10623, 11394, 11944, 11963
  • Emprex 11422, 11546, 11765
  • Envision 10813, 11365, 11589, 12014, 12087
  • Epson 10833
  • ESA 10812, 10171, 11944, 11963
  • Fujitsu 10809, 10683, 10853
  • Funai 10000, 10180, 10171, 11271, 11963
  • Futuretech 10180
  • Gateway 11755, 11756
  • GE 11447, 10047, 10051, 10451, 10178, 11347, 12359
  • GFM 10171, 11963, 12167
  • Gibralter 10017
  • Go Video 10886
  • GoldStar 10178
  • Grundig 10683
  • Grunpy 10180
  • Haier 11034, 11748, 11749, 11753, 12309
  • Hallmark 10178
  • Hanns.G 11783
  • Hannspree 11348, 11351, 11745, 11783
  • Harman/Kardon 10054
  • Harsper 11206
  • Harvard 10180
  • Havermy 10093
  • Helios 10865
  • Hello Kitty 10451
  • Hewlett Packard 11494, 11502
  • Hisense 10748, 11314, 11660, 12098, 12355, 12419
  • Hitachi 11643, 11145, 10145, 10797, 11960
  • HP 11494, 11502
  • Humax 11501
  • Hyundai 10849
  • iLo 11286, 11603, 11684, 11990
  • Infinity 10054
  • InFocus 12199
  • Initial 11603, 11990
  • Insignia 11423, 11564, 10171, 11204, 11517, 11641, 11660, 11710, 11780, 11892, 11963, 12002, 12049, 12088, 12417
  • Inteq 10017
  • IX 10877
  • JBL 10054
  • JCB 10000
  • Jensen 10761, 10815, 10817, 11933
  • JVC 10463, 10053, 10650, 10731, 11253,
  • 11601, 11774, 12271
  • KDS 11498, 11687
  • KEC 10180
  • KLH 10765, 10767
  • KTV 10180
  • LG 11423, 10017, 11265, 10178, 10700, 10856, 11178, 11768, 11993, 12358, 12424
  • LXI 10047, 10054, 10156, 10178
  • MAG 11498, 11687
  • Magnavox 11454, 11866, 10054, 10051, 10706, 10802, 11198, 11254, 11365, 11856, 11944, 11963, 11990, 12372
  • Marantz 11454, 10054, 10704, 10855, 11154, 12447
  • Matsushita 10250, 10650
  • Maxent 11755, 11714
  • Megapower 10700
  • Megatron 10178, 10145
  • Memorex 10463, 10150, 10178, 10877, 11670, 11892, 11903
  • MGA 10150, 10178
  • Midland 10047, 10017, 10051
  • Mintek 11603, 11990
  • Mitsubishi 11250, 10093, 10150, 10178, 10836, 10868, 12010
  • Monivision 10700, 10843
  • Motorola 10093, 10835
  • Moxell 10835
  • MTC 10060
  • Multitech 10180
  • NAD 10156, 10178, 10866, 11156
  • NEC 10704, 10882, 11704, 11797
  • NetTV 11755
  • Nexus Electronics 12183
  • Nikko 10178
  • Norcent 10748, 10824, 11365, 11589, 11590, 12110
  • Norwood Micro 11286
  • NuVision 11657, 12158
  • Olevia 11610, 11144, 11240, 11331
  • Onwa 10180
  • Optimus 10250, 10166, 10650
  • Optoma 11348, 12161
  • Optonica 10093
  • Orion 10236, 10463, 11463
  • Panasonic 10250, 11480, 11457, 10051, 10650, 11271, 11291, 11410, 11941, 11946
  • PARK 12104
  • Penney 10047, 10156, 10051, 10060, 10178, 11347
  • Petters 11523
  • Philco 10054, 10171, 11271, 11394, 11963
  • Philips 11454, 11866, 10054, 10690, 11154, 11744, 11806, 11856, 11867, 12372, 12374
  • Pioneer 11457, 10166, 10679, 10866, 11260
  • Planar 11496
  • Polaroid 11523, 10765, 12425, 12121, 12120, 12119, 12063, 12002, 11991, 11766, 11687, 11538, 11498, 11341, 11314, 11286, 11276, 10865
  • Portland 10451, 11661
  • Prima 10761, 10783, 10815, 10817, 11785, 11933
  • Princeton 10700
  • Prism 10051
  • Proscan 11447, 10047, 11347, 12147, 12256
  • Proton 10178
  • Protron 11320
  • Proview 10835, 11401, 11498, 11687
  • Pulsar 10017
  • Puneet 11546
  • Quasar 10250, 10051, 10650
  • RadioShack 10047, 10180, 10178
  • RCA 11547, 11447, 10047, 10051, 10093, 10679, 11047, 11147, 11247, 11347, 11781, 11948, 11953, 1958, 12002, 12187, 12247, 12434
  • Realistic 10180, 10178
  • RevolutionHD 11623
  • Runco 10017, 11629
  • Sampo 11755
  • Samsung 10812, 10060, 10702, 10178, 10650, 10766, 10814, 11060, 11903, 12051
  • Sansui 10463, 10171, 11409, 11670, 11892, 11935
  • Sanyo 10054, 11142, 12448
  • Sceptre 10878, 11217, 11360, 11599
  • Scotch 10178
  • Scott 10236, 10180, 10178, 11711
  • Sears 10047, 10054, 10156, 10178, 10171
  • Seleco 11351
  • Sharp 10818, 10093, 10688, 10851, 11602, 12360
  • Sheng Chia 10093
  • Sherwood 11399
  • Sole 11623
  • Sony 10000, 10810, 10834, 11317, 11685
  • Soundesign 10180, 10178
  • Sova 11320, 11952
  • Soyo 11520, 11546, 11826, 11828
  • Spectroniq 11498, 11687
  • Squareview 10171
  • SSS 10180
  • Starlite 10180
  • Studio Experience 10843
  • SunBrite 11420, 12337
  • Superscan 10093, 10864, 11944
  • Supreme 10000
  • SVA 10748, 10865, 10870, 11963
  • Sylvania 11864, 10054, 10171, 11271, 11314, 11394, 11886, 11944, 11963
  • Symphonic 10180, 10171, 11944
  • Syntax 11610, 11144, 11240, 11331
  • Tandy 10093
  • Tatung 11286, 11756
  • Technics 10250, 10051
  • Techview 10847
  • Techwood 10051
  • Teknika 10054, 10180, 10150, 10060
  • Telefunken 10702
  • TMK 10178
  • TNCi 10017
  • Toshiba 11524, 10156, 11256, 11265, 10060, 10650, 10822, 10832, 10845, 11156, 11356, 11656, 11704, 11935, 11945, 12006
  • TruTech 11723, 12066
  • TVS 10463
  • US Logic 11286
  • Venturer 11865
  • Victor 10053
  • Vidikron 10054, 11629
  • Vidtech 10178
  • Viewsonic 11755, 10797, 10857, 10864, 10885, 11330, 11578, 11627, 11640, 11742, 12014, 12087
  • Viore 11207, 11684, 11811, 12104, 12352
  • Vizio 11758, 10864, 10885, 11756
  • Wards 10054, 10178, 10866, 11156
  • Waycon 10156
  • Westinghouse 11712, 10451, 10885, 10889, 10890, 11282, 11300, 11577, 12293
  • White Westinghouse 10463, 11661, 10623
  • Wyse 11365
  • Yamaha 10769, 10797, 10833
  • Zenith 10000, 11423, 10047, 10017, 10463, 11265, 10178, 11145, 10145, 11661

For Universal CLIKR-5: UR5U-8780L / 8790L Remote Models:

  • Vizio: 386 387 624 625 675
  • Hisense: 419 442 619 630 631 363 752
  • Panasonic: 080 034 056 164 208 359 552 524 607 664
  • Samsung: 258 050 363 143 333 228 229 515 655
  • LG: 363 113 116 102 112 143 569 284 648 741
  • Magnavox: 164 116 003 363 333 226 390 467 431 594
  • Sony: 001 608 646 651 702
  • Sharp: 251 019 028 363 143 175 308 684 692 735
  • Philips: 164 038 116 003 363 206 431 333 161 594 629 727
  • RCA: 333 065 116 363 024 056 161 588 713 751
  • Insignia: 350 400 052 164 403 454 457 604 617
  • Infocus: 333 230 547 548 470 532 564 595 733
  • Infinity: 164
  • ONN: 749
  • Toshiba: 138 030 007 258 325 230 703
  • TCL: 705 749

For the most up-to-date and thorough information, see the user manual for your Spectrum remote or the Spectrum support website, as this is not an exhaustive list.

Using the auto-search feature, you can easily program the Spectrum remote control as it scans and synchronizes with the TV automatically. Below are the steps to do so.

Step 1: First of all, power on your TV.

Step 2: Hold down the “TV” button on your remote control and press the “OK/SEL” button. Release the buttons, and the TV button will blink twice.

Step 3: Press the “CH+” button multiple times.

Step 4: Once your TV has been turned off, stop pressing the “CH+” button.

Step 5: Press the “TV” button again, and it should flash twice as a sign that the code has been stored.

Step 6: Use the Spectrum remote to turn on your TV. You’ve successfully programmed your remote if it operates. Repeat the process if not programmed.

How to Program Spectrum Remote Manually

If you are not able to program Spectrum remote using auto-search or it does not work for you, you can also manually program it by following the simple steps:

Step 1: Turn on your TV and hold down the “TV” button on your remote control.

Step 2: Press the “OK/SEL” button while still holding the “TV” button. Release both buttons, and the TV button will blink twice, just like it did for the auto-search method.

Step 3: Enter the setup code for your TV, check the code from the above list. If the code is valid, the TV button will blink twice.

Step 4: Use the Spectrum remote to turn on your TV. If it operates, your remote is programmed. If not, repeat the process to program Spectrum remote.

How to Program Spectrum Remote 1060BC2 or 1060BC3 for TV

Step 1: Start by figuring out your TV’s 5-digit programming code. We have added the codes below the article.

Step 2: Press the “TV” button on the remote.

Step 3: Hold down the “Setup” button while waiting for the selected Mode key to flash twice.

Step 4: Then, input the code for your device using the 5-digit code. You’ll see that the mode key you’ve selected blinks twice.

Step 5: If the selected Mode Key blinks for a longer time, repeat the previous steps and enter the same code again.

Step 6: Finally, point the remote control at the TV and press the Power/Play button once. The TV should be turned off. If it does not, repeat the steps until you find a code that works.

How to Program Spectrum Remote

Spectrum Remote Troubleshooting

If, after attempting everything, the TV still does not respond to the remote, try the following troubleshooting steps to resolve the issue:

  • Slowly press and release the CH-key to return to the list of codes and switch on the TV.
  • On your remote, press the “TV” button once.
  • Press and hold the “SETUP” button until the TV key blinks twice.
  • Enter 991 and let the TV key blink more than twice.
  • Now, press the number one key, and the TV button will blink twice.
  • Press the Power button once while pointing your Spectrum remote control at the TV.
  • Continue pressing and releasing the CH key until the TV is turned off.
  • Now, hit the Power button to switch on the TV, and then the Setup key to save the code.

How to Configure a Spectrum Remote to Control a Cable Box

If you are wondering how you can program the Spectrum remote to control a cable box, you need to follow the below steps:

Step 1: First of all, turn on your TV.

Step 2: Press the “CBL” and “OK/SELL” buttons at once on your remote while holding it close enough to the cable box until the LED light appears.

Step 3: When the light turns on, your remote is ready for programming. At this step, enter the brand and model codes for your cable box. Some brands have many codes, so you may have to input them numerous times (waiting a few seconds after each incorrect code) before you receive the correct one.

Step 4: As soon as you enter the correct code, the cable box will immediately turn off.

Step 5: Click the “Power” button on the remote to check if it’s turning on or not.

Step 6: To save the code and finish the process, press the “CBL” key once again.

How to Configure a Spectrum Remote to Control a Radio Frequency Device

In just a few simple steps, you can also program your Spectrum remote to connect with your receiver through radio frequency. To link your remote and receiver over radio frequency, follow these steps:

Step 1: Press the Menu button on the remote.

Step 2: Choose Settings & Support from the menu options on the left side of your TV.

Step 3: Select Support, then choose Remote Control.

Step 4: Finally, select RF PAIR NEW REMOTE from the options.

Step 5: Finally, follow the instructions displayed on the screen.

You can use your remote even if the receiver is hidden if you go through the Spectrum remote setup in this manner.

How to Restore Spectrum Remote to the Default Settings

Whether your Spectrum remote may occasionally fail to function properly or you just want to reset it, follow the below steps to restore the remote settings to their default ones.

Step 1: Press and hold the “TV” and “OK/SEL” buttons at the same time.

Step 2: Release the buttons after three seconds. If all mode keys blink twice, the remote has been reset.

Note: Resetting your remote will erase all previous programming. Once reset, you must reprogram your remote to use it to operate your TV.

Strategies for a Seamless Experience to Program Spectrum Remote to TV

Configuring your Spectrum remote control will be effortless with these added tips and techniques:

Look For Correct Code: If the code you entered doesn’t work, read the instruction manual and carefully re-enter the code. It’s quite easy for someone to misspell a digit.

Use Good Batteries: Always use good batteries that are new for the best performance. If the batteries are low, the remote’s performance may suffer.

Wait For It: It might take a few tries to get it right, whether you’re using manual programming or auto-search. Don’t get disappointed if the programming doesn’t work on the first try.

Signal Path: Make sure your remote has a clear path to the receiver. Signal interference can occur if something blocks the signal’s route.

Check the Process: The programming process used by various Spectrum remote models may differ significantly. Check to confirm that you’re using the correct procedures for your model.

Keep The Manual: A useful tool is the user manual for your remote, as it includes a list of setup codes and special instructions for your model.

Restore Settings: If your remote isn’t working properly, reset it to factory default settings, as this typically resolves all issues.

Conclusion

This post will teach you how to program the Spectrum remote. If you program Spectrum remote to run your TV, your viewing experience will be a lot easier. It makes operating your TV more convenient and eliminates the need for several remotes.

We’ve walked you through the entire process to program Spectrum remote, from getting ready for programming to using auto-search, manually programming with setup codes, and others. We also talked about how to troubleshoot common issues. The goal is to sync your Spectrum remote with your TV, whether you do it automatically or by manually entering setup codes.

Programming the Spectrum control may appear difficult at first, but with the appropriate instructions, it’s an easy task. Whether you choose auto-programming or manual programming, make sure you carefully follow the directions for a smooth setup. Remember that a well-programmed remote opens the door to virtually unlimited entertainment options. Take advantage of your customized entertainment experience!

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