ZENITH SC3390 TV Remote Control

ZENITH SC3390 TV TV Remote Control
Part Number: 12415734

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Product Description:

Details for substitute (ANDERIC RRU401.5 with Macro and Learning 4-device universal remote control):

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New with Version 5

• More extensive code database
- Fixed issue with Channel Master Power key

The Anderic RRU401 4-Device Universal Remote control is great for combining up to 4 remotes into one for your home entertainment use. The RRU401 can easily be programmed to work for most all brands using the provided instructions. The RRU401 is a 4-Device Universal remote and can be programmed for use with up to 4 devices using the TV, DVD, STB, and AUX modes. The remote includes popular features for your TV like APPS (if applicable), CC, Sleep, Menu, and of course, all other buttons for normal operations.

• Download FREE manual at http://www.anderic.com/rru401
• Programs for TVs, DVD Players, Cable Boxes, Sat Boxes, Set-top-boxes, Audio equipment, Roku, and more.
• Smart keys for HOME, NETFLIX, APPS
• 4-Device Universal
• Extensive code database
Macro ability
Learning ability
• Full key Back-lighting for easy use in dark rooms
• Large easy to read buttons
• Can individually assign any keys to automatically punch-through to the mode of your choosing
• Can program for multi-unit combine POWER off/on of multiple devices with the single press of the POWER key
• Requires 2 AAA batteries (not included)
• Optional screw for battery cover (included)
• Optional Security Cable attachment (sold separately) - Part number: CBL01
• 1-Year Replacement Warranty by Anderic.com

Pre-programmed for the following:
TV - LG (2698)
DVD - Samsung (3229)
STB - Motorola (5260)
Audio - Vizio Sound Bar (4240)

Quick Reference Guide for Programming to Roku Enabled TVs:
Note: The following codes must be programmed under TV mode, and disabling "ROKU PUNCH-THROUGH (no D-Pad)" is required (see instructions in manual).

  • TCL TVs with Roku - Code 2654 (RC280) - (SEE IMAGE ABOVE)
  • Hisense Roku TVs - Code 2722 (EN3A32, EN3B32HS, HU-RCRUS-18)
  • Insignia Roku TVs - Code 2723, 2724 (NS-RCRUS-16, NS- RCRUS-17, NS-RCRUDUS-17, NS-RCRCA-17, NS-RCRUS-18, NS-RCRUDUS-18, NS-RCRUDUS-19, )
  • Sharp Roku TVs - Code 2725 (LC-RCRUS-16, LC-RCRUS-17, LC-RCRUS-18, EN3B32R)
  • LG Roku TVs - Code 2726 (LF-RCRUS-16)
  • Haier Roku TVs - Code 2654 (HTRR01)
  • Hitachi Roku TVs (101018E0002, 101018E0003)

Most Roku Tv's do not allow for the number pad to change the channels and most use the arrows to navigate


Note: When programming to a DirecTv box, you may have to change the settings for the remote control to IR. Using DirecTv remote, press MENU > Settings & Help > Settings > Remote control, then find the option to change from RF to IR mode.


Dish Hopper 3 (but will work all other Dish boxes, IR only)
Roku Stick/TV (but will work all other Roku boxes that accept IR)
Amazon Fire Stick

Model: RRU401.5 with Macro and Learning
Part Number: RRU401
Catalogue No.: 196618

The replacement for original ZENITH SC3390 TV Remote Control is in-stock and ships within 24 hours.
The replacement for original ZENITH SC3390 TV Remote Control carries a 60-Days Warranty.

P/N 12415734
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Model: SC3390
Associated Number: 124-157-34
Catalogue No.: 2882
Battery Required : 2 AAA

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