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GE universal remote codes for LG TV

The GE Universal Remote Control is a popular and affordable option that can work with almost any LG TV. 

However, like many universal remotes, it requires entering codes to control your devices. If you’ve lost the documentation or don’t want to sift through the fine print, don’t worry! 

In this post, we’ll provide you with the GE universal remote codes for LG TVs and some basic instructions on how to program your remote. Let’s dive in!

GE CL3, CL4, CL5 & CL6 versionGE Remote Codes For LG TV
4 digit CL3 codes5511, 0001, 5501, 3001, 2891, 1911, 1181, 1741, 1221, 3021, 3091, 3221, 3281, 3311, 5271, 0131, 0251, 0611, 0761, 0931, 1471, 1501, 3811, 4731
4 digit CL4 codes6021, 5511, 0001, 6171, 3001, 1911, 1181, 2891, 1221, 1741
4 digit CL5 codes6021, 5511, 0001, 6171, 3001, 1911, 1181, 2891, 1741, 1221
4 digit CL6 codes6021, 5511, 6171, 0001, 3001, 1911, 1181, 2891, 1741, 122
GE CL3, CL4, CL5 & CL6 universal remote codes for LG TV
GE 3 & 4 digit remote versionGE Remote Codes For LG TV
3 digit codes050, 134, 004, 081, 009, 005, 155, 132, 227, 338, 012, 057, 080, 156
4 digit codes version 1 codes0134, 0004, 0050, 0081, 0009, 0005, 0155, 0132, 0227, 0338, 0012, 0057, 0080, 0156
4 digit version 2 codes5002, 5006, 5010, 5018, 5020, 5021, 5052, 5106, 5107, 5128, 5151, 5152, 5155, 5192, 5197, 5213, 5251, 5263, 5264, 5309, 5316, 5392, 5483
4 digit version 3 codes3001, 3021, 2891, 1741, 3091, 3221, 3281, 3311, 5271, 0001, 0131, 0251, 0611, 0761, 0931, 1181, 1221, 1471, 1501, 1911, 3811, 4731
4 digit version 4 codes5483, 5139, 5002, 5006, 5010, 5018, 5020, 5021, 5052, 5106, 5107, 5128, 5151, 5152, 5155, 5192, 5197, 5213, 5251, 5263, 5264, 5309, 5316, 5392
4 digit version 5 codes5501, 5511, 2891, 1741, 3001, 3021, 3091, 3221, 3281, 3311, 5271, 0001, 0131, 0251, 0611, 0761, 0931, 1181, 1221, 1471, 1501, 1911, 3811, 4731
4 digit version 6 codes5483, 5139, 5002, 5006, 5010, 5018, 5020, 5021, 5052, 5106, 5107, 5128, 5151, 5152, 5155, 5192, 5197, 5213, 5251, 5263, 5264, 5309, 5316, 5392
GE 3 & 4 digit remote version codes for LG TV

How to program a GE universal remote to my LG TV?

Programming a GE Universal Remote to an LG TV with codes using Direct Code Entry

The “Direct Code Entry” technique is useful for those who are familiar with the device’s codes and want to program a GE universal remote control with it.

Check the GE universal remote codes for your LG TV listed above, then use these detailed instructions to program it.

  • Step 1: Find the code list (CL3, CL4, CL5 or CL6) for the TV.
  • Step 2: Manually switch on the TV and turn off any other devices placed near it.
  • Step 3: Press and hold down the “Setup Button” until the red light on the remote control turns on and remains on.
  • Step 4: Once the red LED is on, release the “Setup Button”.
  • Step 5: Press and release the TV button.
  • Step 6: After pressing the TV button, the red light on the remote will blink once and remain on.
  • Step 7: Next, use the number buttons on the remote to enter the first four digit remote control codes for your device.
  • Step 8: Test the device to see if the GE remote is fully functional and that the TV responds properly.
  • Step 9: If the remote’s buttons don’t operate the device, return to “Step 3” above and try again using the next code for that device.
GE remote Direct Code Entry Programming method

How to Program a General Electric Universal Remote to an LG without Codes

For those who don’t know the universal remote codes of their LG TV or who can’t find the right code, the “Auto Code Search” method is practical. 

Below are the step-by-step instructions for programming your GE universal remote without knowing its codes.

Programming a GE Universal Remote to an LG TV without codes using the Auto Code Search method

  • Step 1: Manually switch on the TV and turn off any other devices placed near it.
  • Step 2: Press and hold the Setup Button until the red indicator light turns on.
  • Step 3: Once the red indicator light turns on, release the Setup Button.
  • Step 4: To program a TV, Press and release the TV button.
  • Step 5: After pressing the button for the device you wish to control, the red light on the remote will blink once and remain on.
  • Step 6: Point your remote at the device, then press and release the power button to start the code search.
  • Step 7: The red indicator light will start flashing while it searches.
  • Step 8: If a compatible code is found, your device will turn off and the red indicator light on the GE remote control will stop flashing and remain on.
  • Step 9: If the red LED indicator stops flashing without your TV turning off, simply repeat the process again from “Step 4” above.
  • Step 10: Once your device turns off, manually turn it back on.
  • Step 11: Point your General Electric universal remote at the device again and press and release the Volume Up Button.
  • Step 12: After pressing the “Volume Up Button”, the red indicator light will blink once and remain on.
  • Step 13: At this stage, if a compatible code is found, your device should turn off again.
  • Step 14: If the device doesn’t turn off after pressing the “Volume Up Button”, simply continue to press and release the volume up button.
  • Step 15: Once your device turns off, that means your remote now has the compatible code.
  • Step 16: To store this code in your remote, simply press the same device button which you pressed in “Step 4” above. In this example, we will press the TV button since we are programming the remote control with a TV.
  • Step 17: Now turn on your device using the GE remote and test all its buttons to make sure your remote is fully functional with this device.
  • Step 18: If the GE remote is not fully functional with your device, simply return to “Step 2” to repeat the process and find a better code.
Programming a GE universal remote without codes

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