May contain traces of nut
If that is so, and yet the OP used my instructions to check and came up with mode 1, there is something to investigate.
graphics which pop up when you press an unallocated mode button (probably DVD or Audio) on the handset.
This info. is already on the Wiki Remote Controller page , it is the last item in 'Customise' directly above Macros
Then how do you know the remote is set to mode 6? Is it only because you found setting mode 6 in the WebIF settings made it work???Yes physical remote set to mode 6 but Settings remote control mode set to the default Mode 1.
When I did the OK + 0 on the handset it definitely reported Mode 1!
I have checked again and still get mode 1!
route: SIOCADDRT: File exists [RR] Thu Jan 1 19:56:27 1970: Ring going blue, full boot. DRV_DSC_Init_Begin SIOCDELRT failed , ret->-1
If the on-screen panel (in response to "OK"+"0") says you are in Mode 1, then you are in Mode 1 and there is a problem to sort out in the WebIF or ir package.