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    Default Inexpensive Learning/Universal Remote

    Hi guys I need a little help. I have an Integra 5.8 receiver that does not respond to ANY of the manufacturers codes for my U-Verse. I only want to be able to turn the unit on/off, control the volume and change input (Cable/Dish, Game etc.) I'd like to spend less than $50 so I think the Harmony Line is out.

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    Actually not necessarily on teh harmony. I got this for the bedroom:

    http://www.ebay.com/itm/N-Logitech-9...item19e77dc07a

    I actually found a refurb for 40 on ebay, but don't see any new or refurb that cheap right now. Its a great little remote!

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    Quote Originally Posted by xsmi View Post
    Hi guys I need a little help. I have an Integra 5.8 receiver that does not respond to ANY of the manufacturers codes for my U-Verse. I only want to be able to turn the unit on/off, control the volume and change input (Cable/Dish, Game etc.) I'd like to spend less than $50 so I think the Harmony Line is out.
    Not all codes are listed. Read the instructions and you should be able to set the remote to search. It will automatically search all codes and when the Integra turns off, you have to pay attention and hit the enter button quickly. I believe it's the same remote as Comcast uses.

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    Older Harmony 520 or 550

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    You can pick up brand new harmony 600's on ebay for like 20 bucks. I've got one for my system and it works great! I have a Samsung TV, Onkyo tx-nr515, xbox one, and a raspberry pi running raspbmc running off of it.

    http://www.ebay.com/itm/logitech-har...item5aff4fbad9

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    Quote Originally Posted by tonyb View Post
    Not all codes are listed. Read the instructions and you should be able to set the remote to search. It will automatically search all codes and when the Integra turns off, you have to pay attention and hit the enter button quickly. I believe it's the same remote as Comcast uses.
    Tried that as well. No go. :/

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    Quote Originally Posted by rooftop59 View Post
    Thanks. I got it ordered.

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