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All the GE Remote Codes for Panasonic TVs & Setup Guide [2023]

In Remote Control Codes by Tim Brennan

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Looking for the latest GE Remote Codes for Panasonic TVs along with programming instructions?  You’ve come to the right place.

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Hey there, my fellow TV enthusiasts!  Today, I’m excited to share with you all of the GE Remote codes for Panasonic TVs.

ge remote codes for panasonic tvs

I have thoroughly tested the GE Remote with my Panasonic TV. While I prefer more advanced universal remotes for Panasonic, the GE Remote is a decent budget option.

Here’s a GE remote fun fact. Did you know that the GE Universal Remote was first introduced by General Electric in 1983 and became an instant hit with consumers? The GE Universal Remote has come a long way since then, but its goal remains the same – to make our lives easier by controlling all our devices with just one remote!

If you’re ready to control your Panasonic TV and maybe some other devices with just one remote, you’re in luck. I’ve got all the GE Remote codes for Panasonic TVs right here, along with programming instructions. So, grab your remote, and let’s get started!

List of GE Remote Control Codes for Panasonic

To link the GE universal remote with your Panasonic TV, universal codes must be used. Each of the GE remote codes for Panasonic TVs is four digits.

When you enter the correct code (full instructions below), the remote will automatically link with the device. You don’t need to do it again manually.

Here are all universal remote codes for Panasonic TV. The codes are four-digits, 100% functional, and can be used to program your traditional, HDTV, or Smart Panasonic TVs.

GE Remote Control Codes

GE Universal Remote Codes for Panasonic TVs











GE Universal Remote Codes for Panasonic HDTVs











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Programing the GE Remote Codes for Panasonic TVs

Automatic Code Search Method (No Code Needed)

To pair your GE remote to your Panasonic TV, I recommend trying the auto code search method first.  The auto code search method can be a quick and easy alternative to program your GE remote to your Panasonic TV if your TV supports it.

The benefit of using this method is that you don’t need to lookup or remember the correct code for your TV.

If it doesn’t work, move on to the manual code method in the next section.

  1. Turn on the TV.
  2. Point the remote at the TV and press and hold the Setup button until the power button glows. This usually takes between 3-5 seconds. This activates the “learning mode” on the remote.
  3. Press the TV button.
  4. After five seconds, aim the remote at your TV and press the Power button (top left). The button will flash and the remote will send a first block of 10 codes to your TV.
  5. If you TV turns on, go to step 7. Otherwise proceed to the next step.
  6. Wait another five seconds then press the power button again. Each time you press the power button the remote will send a block of 10 codes to your TV. Keep doing these every five seconds until your TV turns ON.
  7. Now, you need to find which of the 10 codes is the right one. Press the volume up (Vol  +)  button every few seconds UNTIL your TV turns OFF. You may have to do this up to 10 times to find the right code.
  8. When the TV turns off it means you are at the right code. Press the TV button again to complete the process. Your remote and TV have been successfully paired.

You can now test the TV to see if it is working. Press the Power button to power it up and test out the other controls as you would normally use a remote.

Mailtosimer has a nice YouTube video that steps you through his process.

Manual Method Using Codes

Using the right GE remote codes for Panasonic TVs from the list above, you can program a Panasonic LCD, LED, or Smart TV to the GE universal remote.

Here is a step-by-step guide to programming your GE universal remote with a Panasonic TV:

  1. Turn on your TV.
  2. Press and hold the Setup button for a few seconds. The power button will light up.
  3. Click the TV button.
  4. Select one of the four-digit universal remote codes that Panasonic offers above and enter it.
  5. Use the function keys on your remote controller to test the remote.
  6. If it works, you have paired the remote to your television! If it doesn’t work, repeat steps 2-5 using a new code until the remote works properly.

Skywind007 has another nice video that shows both methods:

Troubleshooting Steps

While programming, there might be a problem with the implementation of the GE remote codes for Panasonic TVs, and you might need to troubleshoot the remote.

  • Ensure that your device is turned on.
  • Check the batteries in your remote. It might be time to replace the batteries. Replace them with two new AA batteries if needed.
  • If the previous steps don’t work, ensure no other devices are interfering with the remote and the TV. You should be at least 10-20 feet from the TV.

If you are still having trouble with your device, leave me a comment below and I will do my best to get back to you as soon as possible.

GE Remote Codes for Panasonic: Wrapping Up

ge remote codes for panasonic tvsIn conclusion, the GE Universal Remote is an excellent tool for simplifying your TV-watching experience. With the GE remote codes for Panasonic TVs I’ve provided, you can easily control your Panasonic TV with just one remote.

In short, this means no more fumbling with multiple remotes or struggling to find the right button.

Remember, programming your GE Universal Remote is easy – just follow the instructions I’ve provided here. With a little bit of patience and a few button presses, you’ll be up and running in no time.

So, what are you waiting for? Grab your remote and start enjoying your Panasonic TV like never before!

I hope my article about the GE remote codes for Panasonic TVs helped you out. Please leave me a comment below and let me know.

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