If you would like to figure out how to make your Dish remote control your Vizio television, then you have come to the right place! Before you begin reading the instructions below, take a look at your remote to double check that there is a Dish logo on the bottom.
- Mode Button. The first step in figuring out how to make your Dish remote control your Vizio television is to make sure that your remote is in the correct mode. Being that you want to program your remote to control your television, you will want to press and hold the TV mode button until all of the mode button backlights illuminate. This should take three seconds. Release the button after you have completed this step.
- Up Button. After you have your Dish remote in the correct mode, press the Power button. The second step in figuring out how to make your Dish remote control your Vizio television is to press the Up button. You will want to press the Up button once per second, while pointing the Dish remote towards your Vizio television. Once the remote finds the correct code, the television will power off.
- Pound Button. The third and final step in figuring out how to make your Dish remote control your Vizio television is to save the code. To do this, you will need to press the Pound (#) button on your Dish remote control. If the code that you have found is valid, the mode light will flash three times.
Tips and Warnings:
If you are unable to make your Dish remote control your Vizio television, refer to your owners manual or contact Dish Network directly to resolve the issue.
When trying to make your Dish remote control your Vizio television, make sure that there are no obstructions between your Dish remote control and the infrared receivers of your Dish Network receiver and Vizio television.
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