How do I Program an Admiral G0152AJ Universal TV Remote Control?
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The Admiral G0152AJ Universal remote is capable of controlling your entire entertainment center by itself. Instead of using different remotes for every component in your living room or basement hub, you can program a single device to your television, VCR, DVD player, stereo or cable input. This will eliminate the need for a cluttered coffee table and give you the chance to switch from device to device with just a click of a button on your remote. Turn on the device that you wish to program and press and hold the “Code Search” button on your Admiral remote. Press and release the button for the component that you would like to program on your remote (for example, “TV,” “DVD” or “Cable”). Do this while still holding down the “Code Search” button. Enter the three-digit code for your component on your remote’s keypad and release the “Code Search” button. Press the channel up button on your remote until the device that you are trying to program the remote to responds.