Need to sync Blu Ray Player to Dish Remote

I am trying to sync my Sony Blu Ray Player to my Dish Network remote. I have tried many methods and I have come to the realization that all I need to have the proper code for my device. I would like the code for my Sony Blu Ray Player
James asked this question 4 years ago
  • Dish Network • 1314 answers • 89% helpful

    here are the codes listed 617, 644, 645, 670, 671, 729, 730, 731, 768. to enter the code, hold dvd until all buttons blink if you are programming into the dvd button enter the code and push pound. if you are programming into the aux button, press 1 and then the code before pressing pound. after the button blinks 3 times then try the big power button and see if it works. if it doesn't then you can try a different code. let me know if you need more help
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    • J
      James
      Every Code except 644 gave me the 3 blinks. If it matters, I put in 670 first. Also, I am programming it into the dvd button. However, the big power button, or any other buttons for that matter, did not turn on/off or control the Blu Ray Player. What else can I do?
  • Dish Network • 395 answers • 96% helpful

    Ok go with code 644 try it again. Dont work call Dish at 1800-333-3434 they might have another one
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    • J
      James
      Well, 644 still didn't get the job done. Tried calling Dish, only available during weekdays. Looks like I'll try on Monday, and I'll get back to you on it.
  • Dish Network • 438 answers • 93% helpful

    Here's another way to try programming it:

    http://www.dishnetwork.com/SupportSection/power...

    I know that it says it's for TVs specifically, but it does also work with the DVD button. The whole process will take less than 10 minutes, and many times it takes less.
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    • J
      James
      Do I need to have the Blu Ray player on while doing this?
    • Dish Network • 438 answers • 93% helpful

      That does make it easier, as it's typically very quick to turn off and slower to turn things on, but it does work either way.
  • Dish Network • 898 answers • 97% helpful

    Yes the blue ray needs to be on. 644 is your code.
  • Dish Network • 1371 answers • 91% helpful

    Hey there, James! I just wanted to share some input as there are a few other codes that haven't been mentioned yet that might work, as well. Try 123, 504, 500, 999, 501, 502, and 768. Let me know what happens and if you need additional assistance!