Program a DISH NETWORK Remote and DISH Remote Codes

Programming a DISH Network Remote couldn’t be easier. We also include DISH Network Remote Code Downloads in PDF and JPG.

Whether you’ve lost your channel remote codes, or don’t quite understand the instructions, we provide videos and downloads to help.

Download the DISH Remote Codes here:
Dish Network TV Remote Codes PDF Download

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You can program your remote control to manage your DISH satellite receiver, HDTV, TV, VCR or Blu-Ray / DVD player.

Once the remote is properly programmed, you will be able to press the appropriate button at the top of the remote to control that particular gadget.

Watch How to Program You DISH Remote

Detailed video instructions on how to program your DISH NETWORK Romote to control your TV by Andy DeGraw of MidSouth Satellite.

How to program your DISH NETWORK Remote to operate your TV.

Using the ‘Power Scan’ to Program Remote

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There is a process called a “power scan.” If this does not work nothing will. The power scan sends EVERY code stored in the remote to the TV trying to turn it off.

Turn your TV on. Hold down the TV mode button on your DISH Network remote until all the other mode buttons light up. Let go of the TV Mode Button. It should be flashing.

Press the power button one time and let go. (If you have two power buttons on the remote press the one for the TV.)

Pointing the remote at the TV. Press the “up channel button” on the remote every second until the TV turns off. Every time you press the up button it tries the next code stored in its memory. (This can take up to six minutes. If after six minutes it does not turn off, your out of luck.)

Once the TV goes off, press the “#” button. Place the remote back in SAT mode and it should now operate the TV power, volume, and mute.

Sometimes you get a code that will only operate the power on the TV. Try the power scan again. It starts over where you left off.

Sometimes there is a delay in the TV turning off. If you pass the code, you can go backwards using the same process, but with the “down channel” button instead. Go slower this time.