Memorex DVD Player Universal Remote Codes & Program Instructions

You intend to use a universal remote to control your Memorex DVD Player. These remote codes, of course, work not only for universal remote controls but also for all varieties of SAT and CABLE remote controls.

Following the code lists, you will discover step-by-step instructions for configuring your universal remote using the provided codes, as well as 2 different methods in case that does not work.

If one code does not appear to work, you need to try another. We are always adding new codes to our databases.


Memorex DVD Universal Remote 4 Digit Codes

  • 2003
  • 2424
  • 0722
  • 1297
  • 3349

Memorex DVD Universal Remote 5 Digit Codes

  • 31270
  • 32213
  • 20695
  • 20831
  • 21270
  • 30695
  • 30831

RCA Universal Remote Codes for Memorex DVD players

  • 3391
  • 3384

One-For-All Universal Remote Codes for Memorex DVD players

  • 0797
  • 0854

GE Universal Remote Codes for Memorex DVD players

  • 0446
  • 0394

Philips Universal Remote Codes for Memorex DVD players

  • 1413
  • 1913
  • 0246
  • 1606

1. How to Program Memorex DVD Universal Remote Without Codes

All universal remote codes are scanned in the remote when using the auto search method. To configure the control, it scans one code at a time to identify the correct remote code that works with your remote. Follow the steps mentioned below.

  1. Turn on the smart device you want to use the universal remote to control, such as the TV.
  2. To “Turn On” a device, press and hold the TV, DVD, CBL, and OK/SEL buttons for three seconds. The device is ready to configure, according to the LED light.
  3. Use the remote to select the “CH+” and “CH-” switches. On/off signals are displayed on the remote. Repeatedly press the “up” or “down” key until the device turns off.
  4. Click the “power” key to confirm the code. It should start up. If it does, try a different channel to make sure the remote is configured properly.
  5. To save the code, press the “device” button now. The device’s LED will flash twice to validate the code that was entered.

2. How to Program Memorex DVD Universal Remote with Manual Method

The universal remote may be easily configured using the keycode, which also serves to verify the make and model of your device.
  1. You must first “Turn The Device On.”
  2. On your “Memorex DVD universal remote,” select “TV.”
  3. To put the universal remote in “Learning mode,” press and hold the “Setup button” until it flashes a light.
  4. Finally, key in the “Keycode” you gathered from the programming manual (Instructions Booklet)
  5. Then, “point your remote at the TV” after completing this step, and then “Press and Hold The Power” button.
  6. When the screen goes dark, you can release the “Power Button.”

That’s all there is to it; your TV should now function perfectly with the universal remote control. If not, try repeating the process with a new code from the same section of the data table.

3. How to Program Memorex DVD Universal Remote With Code Search

If you can’t locate the correct key code for the device at the time, you can configure your universal remote to look for it. It’s a manual code that puts the remote in search mode.

  1. “Turn The Device On” first.
  2. Hold down the “Setup” button for a moment.
  3. Enter the “9-9-1” (three-digit) code after which you must keep holding the “Power Button” on the remote control while pressing the Channel up button until the device, in this instance your TV, “Turns Off.”

The above method might take some extra time but it is very important to find your key code. Once you have done the above procedure your remote should be working for all the functions.


We’ve included a comprehensive list of codes for your universal remote. We’ve also walked you through the various methods for programming your universal remote.

We hope the universal remote codes and programming methodologies were helpful.

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