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Charter Spectrum URC1160

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Designed to complement your Charter Spectrum cable service, this remote also provides control of TV and surround sound audio system volume, power, and input functions.

Features

Simplified Modeless Control

All keys on the remote are dedicated to controlling your cable box except for the TV POWER, VOLUME, and MUTE, and INPUT keys.

All Power Key

The All Power key offers the ability to turn-on or off all devices that you use to watch cable television in a single keypress.

Volume Lock

This feature allows you to lock the volume and mute functions to your TV or Audio Device.

Backlit Keypad

This remote control features a backlit keypad, making it easier to read and use the remote while in a dark setting.

Setup

Step 1: CodeFinder

Step 2: Setup Instructions

TV-Image

Turn on your TV and/audio device

Step 1:

Press and hold MENU and OK keys until the INPUT key blinks twice

Step 2:

Using the digit keys on the remote, enter the code shown in the CodeFinder on this web page.

Step 3:

Test the remote to confirm that it controls your device as expected. If it does not, try again using the next code listed.

TV-Image

Turn on the TV and follow the steps below to set up your remote for the most popular brands.

Be sure to point the remote at your equipment during setup.

Step 1:

Press and hold MENU and OK keys until the INPUT key blinks twice.

Step 2:
Step 3:

Find your TV brand below and note the digit that relates to your TV brand. Press and hold down the appropriate digit key:

Insignia/Dynex – 1
LG/Zenith – 2
Panasonic- 3
Philips/Magnavox- 4
RCA/TCL- 5
Samsung – 6
Sharp – 7
Sony – 8
Toshiba – 9
Vizio – 0

Step 4:

Release the digit key when the TV turns off, and setup is complete.

Step 1:

Press and hold MENU and OK keys until the INPUT key blinks twice.

Step 2:

Assigning volume controls
A. To assign volume controls to the TV, press the VOLUME UP key.
B. To assign volume controls to the Audio device, press the VOLUME DOWN key.
C. To assign volume controls to the Spectrum Cable Box, press MUTE.

Quickset Features

Auto Detection

  • Automatically detects video and audio devices connected to a Smart TV and retrieves a complete set of control capabilities for these devices.

Easy Setup

  • Simple out-of-box experience with easy self-setup that automates the detection of connected devices to the set top box.

Seamless Control

  • Provides seamless control for televisions and audio devices connected to it.

Functions

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Key Functions

  • TV POWER turns the TV on or off
  • INPUT cycles through video inputs on the TV or audio device
  • ALL POWER Used to turn on the TV and set-top box
  • SEARCH Used to search for TV, Movies, and other content
  • DVR displays list of recorded programs on DVR boxes
  • PLAY/PAUSE used to control playback of live, recorded, or On Demand programs
  • LAST returns to the previously selected channel
  • GUIDE displays program guide
  • INFO displays information on current selected program
  • BACK displays the previous menu screen
  • EXIT closes current menu
  • OPTIONS used to display special options
  • MENU displays main Spectrum menu
  • RECORD press to record selected program

FAQ

Frequently Asked Questions

Refer the following instructions.

  1. Your remote comes paired with your Set-Top-Box. If it does not work, you need to pair your remote.
  2. Make sure the remote batteries (AA) are installed and your TV and cable receiver Set-Top-Box are powered on. Also, set the TV input to correspond with your Set-Top-Box. Your receiver and remote can be paired to use radio frequency (RF), which will allow you to use the remote normally even if your receiver is placed out of view.

To pair your remote and receiver:

  1. Press MENU on the remote.
  2. Select "Settings & Support" from the left menu shown on your TV.
  3. Select "Support" from the left menu.
  4. Select "Remote Control" from the center tiles.
  5. Select "RF Pair New Remote" from the center tiles and follow the TV on-screen instructions.

TV, Charter Spectrum cable box, audio devices

Your product supports an automatic discovery and set-up flow powered by QuickSet in your Set-Top-Box for most devices. Follow the instructions explained in FAQ: "How do I start using my remote (out of the box)?"

The Spectrum STB will auto-detect your TV. If auto-detect fails, a CodeFinder tool powered by QuickSet will assist in the setup process.
To setup most popular TV brands:

  1. Turn on the TV you want to program.
  2. Simultaneously press and hold the "MENU" and "OK" keys on the remote until the INPUT key blinks twice.
  3. Press and release the "TV POWER" key once.
  4. To setup Popular Brand TV: Find your TV brand below and note the digit that relates to your TV brand. Press and hold down the appropriate digit key:
    Insignia/Dynex - 1
    LG/Zenith - 2
    Panasonic- 3
    Philips/Magnavox- 4
    RCA/TCL- 5
    Samsung - 6
    Sharp - 7
    Sony - 8
    Toshiba - 9
    Vizio - 0
  5. Release the digit key when the TV turns off.
  6. To setup any brand TV: Turn on your TV you want to program.
  7. Simultaneously press and hold "MENU" and "OK" keys on the remote until the INPUT key blinks twice.
  8. Using the digit keys on the remote, enter the code shown in the CodeFinder tool found on this page.
  9. Test the remote to confirm that it controls your device as expected. If it does not, try again using the next code listed.

The Spectrum Set-Top-Box will auto-detect your audio system. If your audio system not fully detected, a CodeFinder tool powered by QuickSet will assist in the setup process.
Turn on your audio device and follow the steps below to set up your remote.

  1. Press and hold "MENU" and "OK" keys until the INPUT key blinks twice
  2. Using the digit keys on the remote, enter the code shown in the CodeFinder tool found on this page.
  3. Test the remote to confirm that it controls your device as expected. If it does not, try again using the next code listed.

This remote supports Volume Lock feature. In order to program the Volume Lock, press and hold MENU and OK keys until the INPUT key blinks twice, and follow the instructions to assign volume controls:

  1. To assign volume controls to the TV, press the VOLUME UP key.
  2. To assign volume controls to the Audio device, press the VOLUME DOWN key.
  3. To assign volume controls to the Spectrum Cable Box, press MUTE.

The remote needs to be programmed in order to control your equipment. Follow the instructions in the SETUP section of this site to program the remote.

To control your equipment, be sure to do the following:

  1. Point the remote at the equipment when using it, making sure that there is a clear line of sight.
  2. The LED on the remote should blink with each keypress. If not, replace the batteries.
  3. The remote needs to be programmed in order to control your equipment. Follow the instructions in the setup section of this site to program the remote.

This remote uses AA size batteries.

While Heavy Duty batteries will work, alkaline batteries are recommended and will have much longer battery life.

Five blinks means that your batteries are low and need to be replaced soon.

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Using Your Remote

  1. On your remote, press the CBL and the OK/SEL buttons simultaneously for three seconds. The device LED will turn on for 30 seconds..
  2. While the LED is on, press the VOL+ button.
  3. Press the CBL button.
  4. To return to TV volume control, repeat the steps from above and then press TV in step #3.

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Herein, how do I adjust the volume on my Spectrum cable box?

Recommended steps:

  1. Check the volume level on your TV and Spectrum Receiver.
  2. Unplug and re-plug your HDMI or component cables.
  3. Change your stereo audio and audio output settings in Audio & Video settings.
  4. Change channels to confirm if audio issue is channel-specific.

Also Know, what are the codes for spectrum remote? Spectrum Remote Controls - Universal CLIKR-5: UR5U-8720L

  • Insignia: 350, 400, 052, 402, 403, 454, 457.
  • LG: 363, 113, 116, 102, 106, 112, 127, 143, 569, 284.
  • Panasonic: 080, 034, 056, 164, 208, 359, 552, 524.
  • Philips: 164, 005, 093, 038, 116, 003, 363, 059, 127, 206, 431, 333, 161, 594.
  • Samsung: 258, 050, 089, 105, 363, 127, 143, 333, 228, 229.

Herein, how do I turn up the volume on my cable box?

To check the volume settings, complete the following steps:

  1. Press the Menu button on your remote control.
  2. Scroll down and highlight Settings.
  3. Press the right arrow key to view the sub menu and highlight Audio.
  4. Press the right arrow key to highlight Set-Top Box Volume.
  5. Press OK to launch the audio volume control.

How do I fix my spectrum remote?

Troubleshooting Steps

  1. Replace your batteries.
  2. Make sure your Spectrum Receiver (cable box) is turned on.
  3. Change channels by pressing the buttons on your receiver (if available).
  4. Remove any objects (i.e. furniture) around your receiver.
  5. Position your receiver on a slightly different angle so it can detect your remote.
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The Spectrum remote control doubles as a universal remote control. This means that you can sync the remote to multiple devices. It solves the problems of having to switch between remote controls for each entertainment device.

If you’ve paired your Spectrum universal remote to a device and the volume isn’t working, this post is for you. There are several reasons why the remote button on your Spectrum remote won’t work. Something as basic as issues with the remote batteries could be the issue.

In this post, you will see possible reasons why your Spectrum remote volume button isn’t working. For each issue, we provide a quick troubleshooting tip to solve the issue.

Why Is My Spectrum Remote Volume Not Working?

Several reasons can cause your Spectrum volume not to function well. Some of the common issues are Battery placement issues, issues with pairing the remote with the device, and faulty or broken remote buttons. There are other reasons but these are the common ones. Continue below to see easy troubleshooting issues to fix the issue and get your remote volume working again.

Tips To Fix Spectrum Remote Volume Not Working

Fix 1. Battery Issue

The battery compartment is the first place to check if your Spectrum remote is having an issue. It could be that the batteries were not placed well or the batteries need to be replaced.

The Spectrum remote makes use of AA batteries. If it’s a placement issue, check this tutorial on the correct way to place AA batteries in your remote control.

Also, it could be that the batteries are bad. The advanced features that are programmed into the Spectrum remote control require extra battery power. This makes the batteries drain out quickly.

One way to know if the battery is down or bad is if you see wet patches on the batteries. Most times, you won’t see the wet patches. Change the batteries with a new pair and try using the remote again. If it still doesn’t work, try other troubleshooting options below.

Fix 2. Pairing Issue

Another issue could be that your remote control wasn’t paired properly to activate the volume control. You can confirm this by trying to use other function buttons on the remote like the channel buttons.

 If the channel buttons and other function buttons are working and the volume button isn’t working, then you need to pair the remote again. Follow the steps below:

. Switch on the Spectrum Cable Box

. Hold your Spectrum remote close to the Cable box, and press the ‘Menu’ button.

. Scroll to the ‘Setting and Support’ option and press the ‘Ok’ button on your remote to confirm.

. From the new options, select ‘Remote icon’ and press ‘Ok’ button.

. Choose ‘Connect Remote To TV’, select your TV brand from the TV options and press ‘OK’.

. Select ‘View All’ to see more brands, if your TV brand doesn’t appear on the brand lists. Select your TV brand and press ‘OK’.

. You will find instructions to complete the pairing process, follow the instructions. Once you finish, your remote volume button will be activated.

Fix 3. Power Cycle The Device

Another reason why your Spectrum volume button won’t work could be that your TV isn’t getting a signal from the remote. In this case, power cycling the device comes in handy.

Power cycling has to do with turning off the device from the power switch and turning it back again. The purpose is to recover your device from an unresponsive state or to initiate its configurations. Follow the steps below to power cycle your device.

. Remove your TV and other connected devices from the power source.

. Take out the batteries on your Spectrum remote.

. Allow your device to sit for a couple of minutes. Meanwhile, press all the buttons on your remote control.

. Plug back the devices in the power source. Reconnect the devices. Replace the batteries in the remote and try using your remote again.

Fix 4. Perform a Factory Reset On Your Remote

If you’ve paired the remote volume button and carried out a power cycle and your remote won’t work, it’s time to bring in the big goons. The first is to factory reset the remote control. Note that you will lose the previous settings after factory resetting your remote control. That means you need to reset the remote control again.

Also, ensure you jot down your accounts’ usernames and passwords before the factory reset. You will need to enter the details again to access your accounts. Check below for the complete steps to factory reset your Spectrum remote control:

. Find the ‘TV’ button on your remote control. Press and hold the button for a couple of seconds.

. Press and hold the OK/SEL button for a couple of seconds. Release the buttons at once. The tiny LED light on the TV button will turn on.

. Press and hold down the ‘Delete’ button. The TV button LED light will flash a couple of times and turn off.

Fix 5. Pair With RF to IR Converter

 To pair the remote again to your device, you have to repair the RF remote to IF. Follow the steps below to complete the process:

. Remove the RF to IR Converter from the Set-top box. You will find this on top of the box.

. Press the ‘Find’ button.

. While pressing the button, replace the RF to IR converter back to the set-up box.

. Hold your remote close to the Set-up box, press and button, and press the FIND button on the converter again.

Fix 6. Switch From Cable to TV

If you’ve tried other troubleshooting tips listed earlier and it still doesn’t work, this is the final resort to try. It could be that the problem is from the set-up box and not your Spectrum remote. You have to bypass the cable to your TV. Follow the process below to complete the process.

. Find the ‘CBL’ button on your Spectrum remote, Press and hold the button for a couple of seconds.

. Press the SEL or OK buttons while holding down the CBL button.

. Release the two buttons at once.

. Press the Volume button twice and then the TV button.

The LED light on the CBL button will flash twice and turn off to complete the process. At this point, your remote will bypass your Cable to target your TV.

Conclusion.

So far, six tips to troubleshoot your Spectrum remote control have been outlined. If one tip doesn’t work, try the next one until you find the solution for the volume issue on your remote.

If you’ve tried all and none worked, your final option is to reach out to the Spectrum Support team. You can either call an assistant or chat with them online. They should be able to help you work through the issue. You can order for a Replacement Remote on Amazon

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If your Spectrum remote volume not working, in this post you will find several straightforward solutions that are proven to work by people having the same issue as yours.

The methods are relatively easy to follow and even if you are not a techy person you won’t have a problem executing them.

Keep reading and by the end of this post, your remote volume button should be working!

Everything from the batteries to your TV pairing control could be a possible reason, especially if you have no trouble changing the channels. In that regard, here you will learn how to factory reset your remote and troubleshoot your set-top box until you discover and resolve the problem.

Furthermore, we will assure that the problem will not appear in the future so you can enjoy your entertainment system.

Before you troubleshoot, we suggest getting familiar with the most frequent causes for not working volume, so you know what you are dealing with.

Why Is Spectrum Volume Not Working?

Unfortunately, there are quite a few possible reasons that could impact the functionality of your remote’s volume buttons.

Most of the time the issue is not related to the Spectrum remote itself, but to your TV or set-top box.

Here are the possibilities that you might be experiencing:

  • Remote not paired with TV Control.
  • Insufficient device power supply.
  • IR interference.
  • Worn-out batteries.
  • Internal software glitch.
  • Set-top-box convertor problem.
  • Broken remote/Faulty buttons.
Before you continue, we suggest taking care of the obvious things such as replacing the batteries and removing any objects in front of your set-top box receiver.

In addition, make sure that you are using the remote in a range, less than 15 meters from your TV, otherwise, it will become unresponsive.

How To Fix When Spectrum Remote Volume Not Working?

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Now when you are ready with the preparation and you are sure that the issue is not related to a minor problem, you can start troubleshooting.

The recommendation here is to follow the steps in order so you can identify the problem and hopefully resolve it.

Tip:

Test the functionality of your remote’s volume buttons after each step to avoid unnecessary troubleshooting.

Step #1 Pair Remote with TV Control

If you are able to switch between channels but unable to adjust your volume, your remote could only be receiving singles for channel switching. The most frequently used workaround in cases like this is to enable and connect your remote to the TV Control Pairing.

To do it properly follow the steps below:

  1. Ensure that your set-top box is turned on.
  2. Take your remote and press the Menu button.
  3. Choose Settings and Support, and confirm by pressing OK.
  4. Select the Remote icon and choose Connect Remote to TV.
  5. Go to Connect to TV option and select your TV brand.
  6. Follow the on-screen instructions to finalize the pairing.

Note:

If your TV does not appear in the list, select View All and using the number keys insert the first letter of your TV brand.

Once the pairing is successful, you should have control over your volume buttons as well as switching between channels.

If the issue is still there, even after successful pairing, feel free to proceed to our next step.

Step #2 Power Cycle

We assume that pairing your remote was successful and if the issue is still there, your devices might need to be rebooted in order for any changes to take effect.

In that regard, our suggestion is to perform a power cycle before proceeding any further.

For the ones of you that don’t know how it’s done, follow the steps below:

  1. Disconnect ALL devices from their respective power source.
  2. Take the remote batteries out.
  3. Wait for 5 minutes in which you should press each remote button individually.
  4. Connect everything as it was and test your remote.

Step #3 Factory Reset Remote

If your Spectrum remote volume is not working even after pairing and power cycling, it is time to address this issue more seriously.

In this step, you will learn how to perform a factory reset on your remote, which will reset all programming, and hopefully, the problem will be gone.

To perform a factory reset on your Spectrum Remote follow the steps below:

  1. Press and hold the TV button.
  2. Click the SEL/OK button once, but make sure to release both buttons together.
  3. Lastly, press and hold the Delete button for 3 seconds.

At this point, your TV should blink a few times and then stay off. Your remote is now back to default settings but will need to pair the RF to the Infrared IR converter again.

How To Repair RF to IR Converter?

First, remove the converter from your set-top box. It is located somewhere on the top of the box.

Then press and hold the Find button and while holding put the RF to IR converter back.

Now you can release the Find button and take your remote a few feet away from your box. Press any button on the remote and then press the Find button again.

This sequence should get your remote working as expected and you should be able to adjust your volume.

Step #4 Bypass Cable Box

As a last resort, we have a killer method that will definitely get the job done.

We are now close enough to suspect your set-top box and in that regard, you will switch from cable to TV.

Follow the steps below:

  1. Press and hold the CBL button on your Spectrum remote.
  2. While holding press the SEL or OK buttons for a few seconds and release both simultaneously.
  3. Next, press the Volume down button twice and then the TV button.

The CBL button should now be flashing and when it goes out the process is complete.

Once ready, your remote will target your TV instead of the cable box and you should be able to perform all actions.

Does your volume control work now?

If yes, you can continue using the system this way. If this is not a suitable solution for you, you can always contact Spectrum support to inspect your cable box as we have identified an issue.

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Conclusion:

If you find yourself in a situation where Spectrum remote volume not working our methods will definitely resolve and if not identify the issue.

Keep in mind that you can always chat with a live Spectrum technician or call them directly for a conversation. If the issue is still there and nothing helped, don’t hesitate to do so.

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Spectrum Remote Volume Not Working

The spectrum universal remote is a convenient remote that will eliminate the need for multiple remotes for your smart home entertainment system. However, if your Spectrum remotes volume is not working for you, we have added some troubleshooting methods in this article to help you out! All of our troubleshooting tips are easy to follow and relatively straightforward.

Spectrum Remote Volume Not Working

 

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1) Changing the Batteries

The Spectrum TV remote’s design uses replaceable batteries, as opposed to a sealed unit that would have you to replace when the batteries run out of power. As much as this is a cost-effective option, people do sometimes forget to change the batteries.

The impressive amounts of features that are a part of the Spectrum remote will quickly drain the batteries. You may find that your remote will begin to lag, and the volume buttons may stop working.

When this happens and if you find it is not only the volume buttons, it is advisable to change the batteries. You will want to do this if you find the functionality intermittent or nonexistent.

Before you try any other troubleshooting suggestions, change the batteries because none of the troubleshooting will work if the batteries are not functional.

2) Power Cycling

Instead of focusing the problem on your remote itself, the issue could lie with your TV or console. Your volume buttons will not work if the TV or console cannot receive the signal from your remote. If you have changed your batteries and your remote is still not performing correctly, you can try power cycling.

If you are using a gaming or similar console, make sure you save all your data before continuing with the process.

  • Disconnect your devices from your spectrum remote. 
  • Unplug the power cables from your devices. 
  • Remove batteries out of your spectrum remote. 
  • Leave everything off and unplugged for three to five minutes
  • Reassemble and switch on your devices and remote.
  • Connect your devices and test your remote

There have been reports that you may have to repeat power cycling a few times before the problem is solved. It can be frustrating, but with patience, you’ll fix your remote problem in no time!

3) Enable TV Control Pairing

If you find yourself in a position that you can change the channels but not the volume, your remote may need to pair with your TV control. Your remote could only be picking up the cable box’s signal which triggers the channel switching function.

To enable controls on both your TV and Spectrum cable box, follow these steps:

  • Turn on your Spectrum cable box.
  • Press the “MENU” key on your Spectrum remote.
  • Navigate to “Setting and Support”, press the “OK” key on your remote.
  • Select the “remote icon”, press the “OK” key.
  • Select “Connect remote to TV”. Press the “OK” key.
  • Select the “Connect to TV” option.
  • Now you will be given a list of the most popular brands of television. Navigate with the arrow keys and press the “OK” key on your TV brand.
  • If your TV does not appear, press “View All”. Search the alphabetical list using your arrow keys and press “OK” once you have found your TV Brand.

You will find further instructions on the screen to follow. Once you have completed all the instructions, you should gain control over both the channels and the volume as expected.

4) Switch from Cable to TV

In some cases, you may have trouble switching from the cable to your TV. You will notice this when you press the channel or volume buttons. The signal will be received only by your cable box, even after you have pressed the TV button on your remote. It can be confusing and frustrating, but you can quickly fix your remote with a few buttons’ push.

  • Press the “CBL” button at the top right of your remote. At the same time, press and hold the “OK” or “SEL” button for a few seconds, then release both buttons at the same time.
  • The “CBL” button will light up and stay illuminated.
  • Press the “VOLUME DOWN” button once, and then press your TV button.
  • You will now see that the “CBL” button will flash, do not worry about the flashing button. It will turn off once the process is complete.

Once you have done this, whenever you use the volume or the channel buttons, your remote will transmit the signal to your TV instead of your cable box, and you will have the functionality you expect from your Spectrum TV Remote.

 

5) Factory reset of your Spectrum remote

If there has been a problem with your remote programming, to such an extent that you are unable to use it, and none of the troubleshooting tips given above work, you can do a factory reset on your remote. It is the last resort in fixing your remote problems because factory reset will clear all your programming, and you will have to redo the programming from scratch.

Ensure that you have all the usernames and passwords for any accounts you have already set up before you commence a factory reset; these will be lost once you have done a factory reset and will need to enter your information again. 

Follow the steps below to perform a factory reset on your Spectrum TV remote:

  • Press and hold the TV button.
  • Press the OK/SEL button for one second. Then release both buttons simultaneously. The DVD and AUX buttons will flash, and the TV button will stay lit up.
  • Next, press the DELETE button for three seconds. Now the TV button will blink a few times and then stay off.

Your remote has now reset back to its factory settings. Once you have done this, you will need to repair the RF to IR converter. Please read on the next fix.

6) Repair with RF to IR converter

You will need to remove the convertor from the set-top box. You should be able to find it when looking from the top of the box.

  • Press and hold the FIND button.
  • While holding the FIND button, put the RF to IR converter back into your set-top box
  • Release the FIND button and all the old pairing codes
  • Next, hold your remote a few feet away from your set-top box and press any button on the remote
  • When you have successfully paired the remote to the set-top box and press the FIND key on the RF to IR converter, your remote should operate as expected.

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7) Contact Spectrum Support

If none of these troubleshooting tips help fix your volume control on your Spectrum TV remote, you will have to contact Spectrum support

You can either chat online with an assistant or technician or call and speak to someone directly. Make sure you mention all troubleshooting fixes you have already tried. That way, the technician will have more information to try and assist you quickly and efficiently.

The technicians will assist you should any of your hardware, such as the Spectrum modem, not be functioning due to outdated firmware. If you are having problems and the firmware is not an issue, you may want to try one of the following:

  • Uninstall and reinstall the Spectrum application on your device.
  • Clear your wi-fi settings on the devices on which you are using Spectrum

Conclusion

There are several forums online where people have had different problems with their Spectrum TV remote resolved. Suppose our troubleshooting tips do not work or come across a different problem with your remote. In that case, you could post a comment on the forums to find other potential resolutions other than those already detailed above.

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