Universal UR5U-8780L Remote Control AUTO SEARCH FOR CODES

Here is info to help you Program your Spectrum or Time Warner Universal remote UR5U-8780L. If you cannot find the remote control code for a device or component, try using the remote auto search. See below for step by step.

Universal UR5U-8780L Remote Control AUTO SEARCH FOR CODESUniversal UR5U-8780L Remote Control AUTO SEARCH FOR CODES

Auto-Search Method scans through all of the codes in the remote to identify the correct code.

  1. Turn on the device that you want the remote to operate.
  2. On your remote, press the corresponding device button (AUX for soundbars) and the OK/SEL buttons at the same time for 3 seconds.
  3. The device LED will illuminate showing that it is ready to be programmed.
  4. The LED will remain lit for 30 seconds, and the next step completed while it is on.
  5. Point the remote at the device and press the VOL+ or VOL- button.
  6. The remote will emit power on/off code signals.
  7. Continue to press up or down until your device turns off.
  8. Verify that the correct code has been selected by pressing the POWER button.
  9. Your device will turn ON and if so change the the channel or volume to be sure programming worked.
  10. Press the corresponding device button to store the code in memory.
  11. The remote LED will blink 2 times to confirm the code has been stored.

The Universal Remote UR5U-8780L user manual is here in PDF form.

To program a Universal or TV remote control: See the links below and find the brand and model of your remote control. You can also check the remote programming instructions included in the packaging of your remote or find a YouTube video for your specific model number remote.

Once you find the step-by-step instructions to program the remote to work with your CLIKR UNIVERSAL, use the remote codes included on this page.

How to program a specific remote control: Including Satellite, Cable, TV, and Universal remotes – COX remote, ONE FOR ALL remote, DIRECTV remote, CHUNGHOP remote, JUMBO remote, GT MATRIX remote, Zenith remote, Vizio remote, RCA remote, Comcast remote, DISH remote, Samsung remote, Mitsubishi remote, SONY remote, Philips remote, On-Q Home Systems remote, GE remote, and the UR5U-8780 remote.

Jump to the MOST COMMON UNIVERSAL REMOTE CODES FOR TV here: The most common 2, 3, 4, and 5 digit universal TV remote codes can be found on the following pages: 2 digit TV remote codes, 3 digit TV remote codes, 4 digit TV remote codes, and 5 digit TV remote codes.

PLEASE HELP US AND ALL THE READERS If you have found a remote code that works with your CLIKR UNIVERSAL, please use the comment form below and tell us and all our readers which remote code worked for which device. Your help will be much appreciated!

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8 thoughts on “Universal UR5U-8780L Remote Control AUTO SEARCH FOR CODES”

  1. I have a Spectrum remote UR5U-8780L-BHC and have tried multiple codes and methods to program a Yamaha YAS-70 soundbar. Is there a code for that device I’m missing? Many thanks.

  2. How can I remove a device so that it does not turn on when I press the system button?
    Remote : UR5U-8780L-TWM

  3. Can I program my Samsung HW-R450 soundbar to my Spectrum remote URSU-8780L? Ideally I would like to power the sound bar on and off using the Aux button? It appears all the programming codes are just 3 digits. Any help would be greatly appreciated!

  4. Diane L Johnson

    Spectrum remote URSU-8780L has the 7, 9, Ch Up, and power keys not working. I put new batteries in. Now what?

  5. How about some info on how to set up “fav” list and a start up channel when turning on the cable box and set

  6. I have the 13 1/2″ Supersonic TV, trying to program Spectrum remote (UR5U-8780LTWM)
    I have tried the last three digits of the following 4 digit codes 0208, 0556, 0698, 0264 and 0805.
    Tried the “auto search method” found a code that turns TV off but will not turn it on.

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