Xfinity Remote Will Not Pair With Sharp TV
These days, you don’t need to be a tech genius in order to operate a multi-appliance home entertainment system. Companies have made it exceedingly easy to connect your various devices and services, however, that doesn’t mean you will never encounter a problem, it just means it is now much easier to fix yourself! So if your Xfinity remote will not pair with Sharp TV, don’t worry, we have the solution.
If your Xfinity remote will not pair with your Sharp TV, you are most likely using the wrong remote code for your specific remote or television. You could also be following the wrong pairing instructions as they vary between remote models.
In order to find out not only why your Xfinity remote will not pair with your Sharp TV, but also how to fix the problem yourself, keep reading! We are going to go through the step-by-step instructions on how to pair your remote properly, so you can easily control the Xfinity system on your Sharp TV from the comfort of your couch, bed, or really anywhere you’d like!
Why Xfinity Remote Will Not Pair with Sharp TV
Before you fix the problem, you will need to know the cause! As you now know, there are essentially two reasons why your Xfinity remote is not pairing with your Sharp TV: you are either using the wrong remote code or you are following the wrong directions.
While it can be difficult to know why your remote isn’t pairing, we recommend starting at the beginning and ensuring you are following the correct instructions, from there, if it’s still not working after that, you will need to check to make sure you are using the right code for your remote and TV!
How to Find the Correct Instructions for your Xfinity Remote
Xfinity offers several remote options, each of them not only has different setup and pairing instructions and they can also differ depending on what type of device or even brand of TV you want to connect it to.
Although this may seem a little annoying, the good news is that Xfinity has made an extremely convenient support page that will prompt you to select your remote and television model and then step you through the pairing.
So now that you have found the proper instructions you need, your Xfinity remote may already be successfully paired with your Sharp TV! If it still isn’t working, the next section is for you.
How to Find the Correct Code for your Xfinity Remote
Most users agree that remote codes are quite easily the worst thing about remotes themselves! You may have already noticed that there are dozens of options to sift through, and even one specific remote could have several different options.
Of course, this makes finding the right code slightly challenging, so don’t feel bad if you are facing this problem, you are not alone!
When it comes to pairing an Xfinity remote to a Sharp TV, there are two common codes that just may do the trick: 10093, 10165.
However, if those don’t work, there are about two dozen other codes to try. Luckily, Xfinity has categorized them by your remote model, so if you can find your manual and figure out which remote you have, you can use this list to find the code you need.
- New Remotes (XR2, XR5, XR11, XR15): 10093 11602 11756 12360 10153 10885 12434 13867 10706 12183 10178 10165 11407 12049 10386 10491 10851 12284 12285 12286 10036 11801 10854 11670 10032 11089 10078
- Digital Adapter Remote (MUG3067): 10093 10153 10491 10165 10398 10036 10851 11407 11801 11756 10854 10032
- Silver with gray OK select button (M1067): 0093 0165 0178 1756 0720
- Silver with red OK select button (MUG1067): 10093 10165 10386 10178 11602 11756 11993
- Spectrum & Tracer (MG3-4167 & M4167): 10093 10039 10153 10157 10165 10281 10386 10491
It can be quite tedious to try every single code, but unfortunately, there really isn’t any other way.
Hopefully, your Xfinity remote is not successfully paired with your Sharp TV, and this little problem is a distant memory! If you are still having trouble, you may have to reach out to the Xfinity help page for assistance.
It can be extremely frustrating to have a great Sharp TV and a subscription to Xfinity, allowing you to enjoy almost limitless home entertainment, and not be able to pair the two!
Now, you should know that while it is quite a common problem, it is also very easy to fix. Just make sure you are using the right instructions for your specific remote and television, and of course, that you are entering the right code.
That’s all there is to it! You can now get back to enjoying hours of uninterrupted entertainment without ever getting up.