Try it with the first three sets of zeros removed:
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I also have a USB-UIRT, and the original code won't work for that either. But if I remove the three sets of zeros, I think it might work. By the way, starting a code with four sets of zeros is not a valid code. I wonder if RemoteCentral is wrong?
Thanks Brett, I can send that code without generating errors, but unfortunately it doesn't work on my TV. I should also mention that "transmit last received code" doesn't work with either TV.
I can't find any other reference online to pronto codes for the Westinghouse.
Is it possible that these "longer looking" codes are somehow getting truncated by your interpreter when I try to get MCE to "learn" them? You said before that it looked like multiple commands, but maybe it's one command that was getting broken up somehow by your interpreter?
The pronto code for the hitachi that I got online (which works) doesn't look anything like what I get when I try to "learn" it from my remote. To be fair, I am actually using a DVD player remote in a hitachi emulation mode for basic tv commands because the original remote for the hitachi is missing it's emitter
(but it was broken anyway)
How many consumer devices (TVs stereos etc) have you tested on your end, using "transmit last received code", or by learning pronto codes?