How to Program a Bright House Remote

Bright House communications grants users access to Internet, phone service and cable television through one monthly bill. Bright House users get the TV service through a cable box that is set up by technicians. This cable box comes with a universal remote control that not only controls the guide and DVR service, but can also be programmed to work with most of the devices that you might have connected to your television. With a few steps, you can search for a code that will connect the universal remote to your electronic devices.

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A Bright House universal remote can be programmed to work with most of your electronic devices.

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Turn on the device that you wish to program. Leave off all other devices while you are programming this device to avoid problems. You can program the other devices one at a time using the same process.

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Using the brand name of the device that you are about to program, locate the programming code in the User's Manual of your Bright House remote. If you do not have the User's Manual, you can find a list of codes online for your device (See References). Write down all the codes that appear as you may need to use more than one before you find one that works properly.

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Press the "Input" button at the top of the Bright House universal remote that corresponds to the type of device that you are going to program. Press and hold the "Setup" button until the that button you have selected blinks twice.

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Enter in the first code on the list for your brand of device using the numbers in the center of your Bright House remote. If done properly, you will see the "Input" button blink two times.

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Aim the Bright House remote at the device you are programming; press the "Power" button. If the device turns off, turn it back on with the remote and test out all of the buttons on the remote to make sure that all functions work. If the remote does not respond, repeat the process, using a different code on the list until you find one that works 100 percent.

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