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Get to know the 360 remote, simply checkout the below which explain what each button on the remote does. To find out more about what 360 has to offer you, shop Virgin TV 360.
Get to know the TV remote, simply checkout the below which explains what each button on the remote does.
When you receive a new TV box you will need to pair the remote to the TV box.
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Press and hold the TV and Rewind button for 10 seconds which will factory reset the 360 remote. After the factory reset, try pressing TV and 0 button for 10 seconds and it should now force pairing.
How to pair the 360 remote with your TV
If you need to pair the 360 remote with the TV to control volume, source or power
Check out our help guide to learn more about how to set up your TV with our products and services.
Note: The V6 can also be paired with the remote by accessing the following options and following the on screen instructions:
To reset the remote simply follow the below steps. If you need help on how to reset your TV after this then take a look at our How to reset TV article.
Hold the TV and Clear buttons together until the light at the top of the remote flashes green twice
Press the thumbs down button 3 times
Press OK, the light at the top of the remote will flash green, after 10 seconds the remote will revert to infra red mode
If the Virgin TV box connected to external AV equipment you can programme the Virgin TV remote to control the volume on your equipment.
The simplest way to programme the Virgin TV remote to work with your AV device is by searching for the correct code.
If you reach the end of the code database, the light on top of the remote will give an extended red flash and exit programming mode.
If you think you’ve missed the code, you can work backwards through the code database by pressing the channel down button at any time.
You can also programme the correct code into the remote from the device code list.
The remote can only store one device code type at a time. This means that you can’t control two AV devices at the same time.