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Typically each brand of TV has different codes so I would suggest you test beforehand or take the TV with you to make sure it will work.
I don't have a list of codes for all TVs I'm afraid, but most are available online if you search for them.
You can actually see the light from an IR LED if you look at it through a video camera (smartphone camera would work), but it has to be on long enough for you to see, which this might not be. You could set up an IR detector with another arduino and output the results to the serial monitor.
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Hi Devi, I'm afraid I don't have any special access to codes. It is just a matter of searching the internet. Sorry I can't be more help!
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