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Post 9 made on Saturday December 7, 2013 at 17:53
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Ok, that's good.
Now we need to see if the remote can be manually programmed.  Let's start with the BluRay, since Pioneer publishes the codes for that exact model.  On most UEI remotes, it is possible to test an EFC without assigning it to a button.  Select DVD (or the device button you're using with the BDP 320), and 
1) Tap Setup   (don't hold it)
2) Enter one of the below 5 digit EFCs
When you press the 5th digit the BDP should respond.

Using setup code Video 0142
Standby/On 21700
Open/Close 54980
play 20932
pause 20420
stop 19908
Reverse 34756
Forward 35268
Previous 20164
Next 20676
Secondary Audio 22724
Secondary Video 23236
Enter 35524
Return 50372
Left 64197
Right 63173
Down 63685
Up 62661
Home Menu 54724
Menu/Pop Up Menu 22980
Top Menu 54468
Home Media 51908
Clear 02244
Red 64708
Green 65732
Blue 65220
Yellow 66244
Display 03012
FL DIMMER 18884
Output Resolution Up 18372
Output Resolution Down 17604
Video Select 21956
Video Adjust 52676
Tools 56260
Audio 22212
Subtitle 52932
Angle 55492
Play Mode 17092
1 06596
2 06084
3 07108
4 05316
5 06340
6 05828
7 06852
8 38340
9 39364
0 05572
Power On 22468
Power Off 23492

Once you know that the BluRay responds, then you can choose buttons to semi-permanently assign the EFCs to.  You can't assign EFCs to the device buttons or the setup button.
1) Press Setup until 2 blinks
2) Enter 994  (you should get 2 blinks)
3) Tap Setup
4) Enter the 5 digit EFC
5) Tap the button to which you wish to assign this function.
Now the remote should respond to the button you pressed in step 5.

I hope the remote is capable of accepting EFCs.  

As a favor, would you mind looking to see if your remote has either a) 5 holes at the base of the remote, or b) a 6 pin header in the battery compartment?  These would be used to do JP1 programming, and I'm curious if the remote has either of these connectors.  Also would you mind blinking back the remote signature using the 983 command?  I expect that the signature will have 5 digits ( like 21532, as an example)  It will probably start with a 2 or a 3.


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