Audiovox AMP-594 User guide

TABLE OF CONTENTS
About the Remote Control............................... page 2
Remote Control Signals: UHF or IR.................page 2
Installing Batteries in the Remote Control........page 3
Remote Control Modes ....................................page 3
Using the Remote Control Buttons ................ page 4
SAT (Satellite Receiver) Mode.........................page 4
TV (Television) Mode .......................................page 8
VCR (VideoCassette Recorder) Mode.............page 10
AUX (Auxiliary) Mode for Cable TV Box ..........page 12
AUX (Auxiliary) Mode for Tuner or Amplifier....page 13
Remote Control Procedures............................ page 15
Controlling a Device.........................................page 15
Changing the Remote Control Address ...........page 16
Installing an Attenuator ....................................page 17
Controlling Sound Volume................................page 18
Receiver Volume Control...................... page 18
TV or Amplifier Volume Control............ page 19
Doing the Device Code Scan...........................page 20
Finding the Device Codes................................page 21
Device Codes ................................................... page 22
TVs...................................................................page 22
VCRs................................................................page 23
DVD Players ...................................................... page 25
Tuners and Amplifiers ......................................page 25
Cable TV Boxes ...............................................page 25
Trouble-Shooting Table ................................... page 26
Limited Warranty .............................................. page 28
If You Need Help ............................................... page 30
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Remote Control Signals: UHF or IR
ABOUT THE REMOTE CONTROL
The remote control gives you easy access to all the features of a
DISH NetworkTM satellite TV system. You can set up the remote
to control up to three devices other than the satellite TV receiver.
The three devices may include a TV, a VCR, a DVD player, a cable TV
box, a tuner, or an audio amplifier.
R EMOTE CONTROL SIGNALS: UHF OR IR
• The remote control uses Ultra-High Frequency (UHF) radio
signals to control the satellite TV receiver. UHF signals travel
long distances (100 feet or more) and go through walls and other
solid objects. Because UHF signals travel so far, the receiver
may respond to signals from other nearby remote controls.
To handle this problem, see Changing the Remote Control
Address on page16. If this does not work, see Installing an
Attenuator on page17.
• To use the remote to control the receiver, you must attach the
UHF antenna to the receiver back panel UHF Remote Antenna
connection.
Note: To be able to use the remote control over the longest
possible distance, place the antenna straight up. Do not let the
antenna touch anything.
• The remote control uses Infra-Red (IR) light signals to control
devices other than the receiver. IR signals travel only short
distances (40 feet or less), and cannot go through walls or other
solid objects. You must point the remote control directly
at the device, with no objects blocking the line of sight.
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Installing Batteries in the Remote Control
INSTALLING BATTERIES IN THE
R EMOTE CONTROL
The remote control comes with AAA batteries,
packaged separately. When you replace old batteries,
you should replace all of the batteries. Use batteries
of the same grade, for example, alkaline or carbon
zinc, and do not mix batteries of different grades.
Alkaline batteries provide longer battery life.
1. Press down on the slot in the battery cover
(on the back of the remote control) and slide
the cover off.
2. Insert the new batteries, making sure to match
the plus (“+”) ends with the plus markings
on the battery case.
3. Replace the battery cover by sliding the cover
back up into place.
R EMOTE CONTROL MODES
To use the remote to control a device such as the satellite receiver or a
TV, you must first set up the remote to control the device, and then set
the remote to the right mode for that device.
1. Set up the remote to control the device. See Controlling a Device
on pag e15 for instructions.
2. Use the remote control mode buttons, SAT (satellite receiver),
TV, VCR (for a VCR or a DVD player), and AUX (“auxiliary,”
for a cable TV box, a tuner, or an audio amplifier) to set the
remote to the right mode for the device. To change the mode
setting, press the button for the device that you want the remote
to control. The mode button’s back light turns ON to show that
the remote is set to that mode.
The following sections describe how to use the
remote control buttons. Each section describes only
the buttons that work in one remote control mode,
for example SAT mode or TV mode.
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SAT (Satellite Receiver) Mode
USING THE REMOTE CONTROL BUTTONS
SAT (SATELLITE RECEIVER) MODE
Some of the features described below may not
apply to your satellite receiver. See the receiver
User Guide for details about the receiver’s features.
If a remote control button is not described in this
section, it does not work in SAT mode.
SAT M ODE BUTTON
The remote control already is set up to control the satellite receiver.
But, you must press the SAT mode button to set the remote to SAT
mode. The SAT mode button’s back light turns ON to show that the
remote is set to SAT mode. Make sure to keep the remote in SAT
mode to use the buttons as described in this section.
AUX M ODE BUTTON
Set up the remote to control the television and do not setup the remote
in AUX mode. If you do this, then with the remote in SAT mode you
can press the AUX mode button to turn the television ON or OFF.
This allows you to turn the TV on or off without leaving SAT mode.
TV/VIDEO BUTTON
If you connect the receiver using only its back panel RF or VHF
connections, use this button to switch the receiver between the satellite
signal (routed into the receiver’s Satellite In input) and another video
signal such as cable or broadcast TV antenna input (routed into the
receiver’s TV Antenna Cable In input).
MENU BUTTON
Press this button to open the Main Menu.
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SAT (Satellite Receiver) Mode
POWER BUTTON
Press this button to turn the receiver ON or OFF. The green Power
light on the receiver front panel lights up to show that the receiver
is ON, and goes out to show that the receiver is OFF.
PAGE UP AND P AGE DOWN (ARROW) BUTTONS
Press the Page Up button or the Page Down button to scan, page
by page, through the Program Guide, a Themes menu,
a Favorite List, an Event Timers list, or a list of channels.
MUTE BUTTON
Press this button to turn off the sound. Press it again to restore
the sound.
VOLUME BUTTON
Press the left-hand, minus (-) side of this button to lower the sound
volume. Press the right-hand, plus (+) side of this button to raise the
sound volume.
GUIDE BUTTON
Press this button to open the Program Guide. When the Program
Guide is open, press this button to switch among Favorite Lists.
SELECT BUTTON
Press this button to select a highlighted option or program in a menu.
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SAT (Satellite Receiver) Mode
UP/DOWN/LEFT/RIGHT
(ARROW) BUTTONS
• When using a menu, press these buttons to move the highlight
to an option.
• When watching a program, press the Right button to open the
Browse Banner or the Up or Down button to change channels.
• When the Browse Banner is open, press the Up or Down
button to see the Browse Banner for the next channel.
• When a menu offers a list of choices (different from menu
options), press the Up or Down button to see more choices.
• When the Program Guide is open, press these buttons to move
the highlight among the programs.
• To enter a number in a menu, highlight the place where you need
to enter the number. Then, press the Up or Down button
to increase or decrease the number in the highlighted field.
Or, you may use the Number Buttons.
• When the Browse Banner is open, press the Right or Left
button to display the current program or the next program on a
channel.
• When watching a program, press the Left button to open the
Themes menu.
RECALL BUTTON
Press this button to return to the last channel you were watching.
Press it again to switch between the last two channels that you
watched.
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SAT (Satellite Receiver) Mode
INFORMATION (INFO) BUTTON
• Press this button for more information when the
Program Guide or the Browse Banner is open, or when
watching a program.
• When a menu is open that includes a Help option, press this
button to see help information for that menu.
• Highlight a program in a Themes list and then press this button
for more information on that program.
• When the receiver is OFF, press this button to display the
Important System Information menu.
VIEW BUTTON
• Press this button to return to watching a program.
• If you are watching a program, press this button to briefly display
the Program Banner.
• While using any menu, press this button to cancel a procedure
and return to watching a program.
CANCEL BUTTON
Press this button to cancel a procedure and to return to the previous
menu or to watching a program.
S YSTEM INFORMATION (S YS INFO) BUTTON
Press this button to display the Important System Information
menu.
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TV (Television) Mode
NUMBER BUTTONS
• When watching a program or with the Program Guide open,
use these buttons to enter a channel number to change to that
channel.
• When the Program Guide is open, enter a number of hours
using these buttons, and then press the Right or Left arrow
button to skip the display backward or forward by that number
of hours.
• Use these buttons to enter menu option numbers. For an option
that has a number, you may do this instead of highlighting the
option and then pressing the Select button.
• Use these buttons to enter numbers in a menu. To do this,
first highlight the place where you need to enter the number.
Next, press a number button (or, you can use the Up/Down
arrow buttons to enter the number). Then, move the highlight
to the place for the next number that you need to enter, or press
the Select button if you are done entering numbers.
P OUND BUTTON
Use this button in Changing the Remote Control Address on pag e16.
TV (TELEVISION) MODE
Some of the features described below may not
apply to the TV. See your TV owner’s manual
for details about the TV’s features. If a remote
control button is not described in this section, it
does not work in TV mode.
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TV (Television) Mode
TV M ODE BUTTON
To use the remote to operate a television, you must first set up the
remote to control the television. See Controlling a Device on page 15.
Then, you must press the TV mode button to set the remote to TV
mode. The TV mode button’s back light turns ON to show that the
remote is set to TV mode. Make sure to keep the remote in TV mode
to use the buttons as described in this section.
TV/VIDEO BUTTON
If the TV has video input options, use this button to switch the TV
among those options.
POWER BUTTON
Press this button to turn the television ON or OFF.
MUTE BUTTON
Press this button to turn off the sound. Press it again to restore
the sound.
VOLUME BUTTON
Press the left-hand, minus (-) side of this button to lower the sound
volume. Press the right-hand, plus (+) side of this button to raise
the sound volume.
SELECT BUTTON
The Select button works as the Enter button for a TV.
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VCR (VideoCassette Recorder) Mode
UP/DOWN (ARROW) BUTTONS
Use the Up/Down arrow buttons to change channels on the TV.
RECALL BUTTON
Press this button to return to the last channel you were watching.
Press it again to switch between the last two channels that you
watched.
NUMBER BUTTONS
Use these buttons to enter numbers in a menu.
VCR (VIDEOCASSETTE RECORDER) MODE
Some of the features described below may not
apply to the VCR. See your VCR owner’s manual
for details about the VCR’s features. If a remote
control button is not described in this section,
it does not work in VCR mode.
VCR MODE BUTTON
To use the remote to operate a VCR, you must first set up the remote
to control the VCR. See Controlling a Device on pag e15. Then, you
must press the VCR mode button to set the remote to VCR mode.
The VCR mode button’s back light turns ON to show that the remote
is set to VCR mode. Make sure to keep the remote in VCR mode
to use the buttons as described in this section.
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VCR (VideoCassette Recorder) Mode
You must set the remote control to VCR mode
to set it up to control a DVD player. You must set
the remote control to VCR mode to use it to control
a DVD player.
MUTE BUTTON
Press this button to turn off the sound. Press it again to restore
the sound.
VOLUME BUTTON
Press the left-hand, minus (-) side of this button to lower the sound
volume. Press the right-hand, plus (+) side of this button to raise
the sound volume.
SELECT BUTTON
The Select button works as the Play button. Press this button
to play or to resume playing a videotape.
UP/D OWN/L EFT/R IGHT
(ARROW) BUTTONS
• The Up arrow button works as the Stop button.
Press this button to stop a videotape.
• The Down arrow button works as the Pause button.
Press this button to pause a videotape. Press this button or the
Select button (Play) to restart the tape.
• The Left arrow button works as the Rewind button.
Press this button to rewind a videotape.
• The Right arrow button works as the Fast Forward button.
Press this button to forward a videotape.
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AUX (Auxiliary) Mode for Cable TV Box
NUMBER BUTTONS
Use these buttons to enter numbers in a menu.
AUX (A UXILIARY) MODE FOR CABLE TV BOX
Some of the features described below may not
apply to the cable TV box. See your cable box
owner’s manual for details about the box’s features.
If a remote control button is not described in this
section, it does not work for a cable TV box.
AUX M ODE BUTTON
To use the remote to operate a cable TV box, you must first set up the
remote to control the cable box. See Controlling a Device on page 15.
Then, you must press the AUX mode button to set the remote to AUX
mode. The AUX mode button’s back light turns ON to show that the
remote is set to AUX mode. Make sure to keep the remote in AUX
mode to use the buttons as described in this section.
MUTE BUTTON
Press this button to turn off the sound. Press it again to restore
the sound.
VOLUME BUTTON
Press the left-hand, minus (-) side of this button to lower the sound
volume. Press the right-hand, plus (+) side of this button to raise
the sound volume.
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AUX (Auxiliary) Mode for Tuner or Amplifier
SELECT BUTTON
The Select button works as the Enter button for the cable box.
UP/DOWN (ARROW) BUTTONS
Use the Up/Down arrow buttons to change channels on the cable box.
RECALL BUTTON
Press this button to return to the last channel you were watching.
Press it again to switch between the last two channels that you
watched.
NUMBER BUTTONS
Use these buttons to enter numbers in a menu.
S TAR BUTTON
Use this button to set up the remote control in AUX mode.
AUX (A UXILIARY) MODE FOR TUNER OR AMPLIFIER
Some of the features described below may not
apply to the tuner or amplifier. See the device
owner’s manual for details about the device’s
features. If a remote control button is not described
in this section, it does not work for a tuner or
amplifier.
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AUX (Auxiliary) Mode for Tuner or Amplifier
AUX M ODE BUTTON
To use the remote to operate a tuner or amplifier, you must first set up
the remote to control the device. See Controlling a Device on page 15.
Then, you must press the AUX mode button to set the remote
to AUX mode. The AUX mode button’s back light turns ON to show
that the remote is set to AUX mode. Make sure to keep the remote
in AUX mode to use the buttons as described in this section.
MUTE BUTTON
Press this button to turn off the sound. Press it again to restore
the sound.
VOLUME BUTTON
Press the left-hand, minus (-) side of this button to lower the sound
volume. Press the right-hand, plus (+) side of this button to raise
the sound volume.
SELECT BUTTON
This button works as the Input Select button for a tuner or amplifier.
UP/DOWN (ARROW) BUTTONS
Use these buttons to change channels on the tuner or amplifier.
S TAR BUTTON
Use this button to set up the remote control in AUX mode.
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Controlling a Device
REMOTE CONTROL PROCEDURES
C ONTROLLING A DEVICE
This section explains how to set up the remote to control a device,
such as a satellite TV receiver, a TV, a VCR, a cable TV box, a tuner,
or an amplifier.
Note: The remote already is set up to control the receiver. But, if the
receiver has its own volume control, then when you first install it, it is
set up so that the remote cannot control the receiver sound volume.
If you want to set up the receiver so that the remote can control the
receiver volume, see Receiver Volume Control on pag e18.
1. Turn ON the device you want the remote to control, using the
device’s buttons or the remote control that came with the device.
2. Find the brand name of the device in the tables that start
on page 22. If the brand is not listed, see Doing the Device Code
Scan on pag e20.
3. Press and hold the mode button for the device
that you want the remote to control, for about
three seconds. When all the other mode button
backlights come on, release the mode button.
For example
4. Use the number buttons to enter the code
for the device.
Note: For the AUX mode, you must enter
a 4-digit code. The first digit is the code for the
device, as follows:
0 is for a second TV, 1 is for a second VCR, and
2 is for an audio amplifier or cable TV box.
5. Press and release the Pound (#) button. If the
code is valid, the mode button backlight blinks
three times.
6. Test if the code works for the device by pressing
the Power button. If the code works, the device
should turn OFF.
7. Turn the device back ON and try some other buttons to make
sure they work. Sometimes, the Power button may work when
other buttons do not. If the code works for other buttons,
stop here.
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Changing the Remote Control Address
8. If the code you entered does not work, repeat steps 3 through 7
using another code from the tables.
9. If you have tried all of the codes listed for the device without
success, or if you cannot find the device brand name in the
tables, see Device Code Scan on pag e20.
C HANGING THE REMOTE CONTROL ADDRESS
Note: Do not change the address of the remote unless absolutely
necessary, because the remote cannot control the receiver if the two
devices have different addresses. If you start doing this procedure and
then do not press any button for 20 seconds, the remote will end the
procedure. Just start over again.
Note: This procedure shows examples of menu options. The options
that you see may differ.
1. Display the Important System Information menu.
Note the Remote Address shown on this menu.
To do this:
Either: Press the System Information
button.
or: a) Press the Menu button.
b) Select the System Setup option.
Note: This step does not apply
to some receivers.
c) Select the Installation option.
d) Select the System Info option.
or:
2. Press and hold the SAT mode button about three
seconds, until all the mode button backlights
come on, and then release the SAT button.
3. Use the number buttons to enter a number
from 1 to 15. The SAT mode button backlight
will blink off after you enter each digit, and then
come on again.
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4. Press the Pound (#) button. If the address you
entered is valid for the remote control, the SAT
mode button backlight flashes three times.
5. Press the Record button.
The Remote Address on the Important
System Information menu should match
the one that you entered.
6. To check the address, press and hold the SAT
mode button for three seconds. Then, press the
Pound (#) button twice. The SAT mode button
backlight flashes the same number of times
as the address.
7. Press the Select button.
INSTALLING AN ATTENUATOR
Unwanted UHF signals may block signals from the remote control
to the receiver. To prevent such blockage, you can install a 10 dB
attenuator. This will help keep out other UHF signals, but also reduce
the distance at which you can use the remote control.
1. Remove the UHF antenna
from the UHF Remote
Antenna connection on the
receiver back panel.
2. Attach a 10 dB attenuator to the
UHF Remote Antenna
connection.
3. Attach the UHF antenna to the
attenuator.
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Controlling Sound Volume
C ONTROLLING SOUND VOLUME
RECEIVER VOLUME CONTROL
The receiver may have its own volume control. When you first install
such a receiver, it is set up so that the remote cannot control the
receiver sound volume. You can set up the receiver so that the remote
can control the receiver sound volume.
Note: You should use the receiver remote to control the sound
volume for normal viewing. But, if you are recording a program using
a VCR, and you change the sound volume using the receiver remote,
the volume recorded also will change. So, you may want to set up the
receiver so that only the TV remote can control the sound volume.
Then, when you use the TV remote to change the volume, the volume
recorded will not change. When you are finished recording, make sure
to change the receiver setup back so that the receiver remote can
control the sound volume.
To change the way sound volume is controlled, do the following:
Note: This procedure shows examples of menu options. The options
that you see may differ.
1. Use the TV remote control to make sure that the TV sound
volume is not turned down or muted.
Note: If you turn down or mute the TV sound volume using the
TV remote, the receiver remote cannot restore the volume even
if the receiver is set up so that the remote should be able to do so.
2. Press the Menu button.
3. Select the System Setup option.
4. Select the Volume Control option.
Note: If the System Setup menu does not
display this option, the receiver does not have
its own volume control.
5. Select the TV remote volume control or the
DISH remote volume control option.
6. Select the Save option.
7. If you are setting up the remote control for the first time, see
Controlling a Device on pag e15. In step 4 of that procedure,
use code 222 in TV mode to set up the remote to control the
receiver, including the receiver sound volume.
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TV OR AMPLIFIER VOLUME CONTROL
If you set up the remote to control a television, the Mute and Volume
buttons - in any mode - control the TV volume. This applies whether
or not the receiver has its own volume control. This does not apply if
you use the AUX mode to control a device that has a volume setting.
If you want to control a device that has a volume setting, using any
remote mode, do the following:
1. Press and hold the AUX mode button for three
seconds, then release it.
2. Press the Pound (#) button.
3. Press the plus (+) side of the Volume button.
4. Press the 0 number button.
5. Press the Pound (#) button. The AUX mode
button backlight blinks three times.
To switch back to TV volume control, do the following:
1. Press and hold the TV mode button for three
seconds, then release it.
2. Press the Pound (#) button.
3. Press the plus (+) side of the Volume button.
4. Press the 0 number button.
5. Press the Pound (#) button. The AUX mode
button backlight blinks three times.
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Doing the Device Code Scan
D OING THE DEVICE CODE SCAN
If a device is not listed in the tables or if the listed codes do not work,
you can scan through all the codes, testing each one. Remember that
the remote may not control some devices.
1. Press and hold the mode button for the device,
for about three seconds. When all the other
mode button backlights come on, release the
button. It will flash to show that the remote is
ready for address setting.
For example
2. For AUX mode only, use the number buttons to
enter a number as follows: 0 is for a second TV,
1 is for a second VCR, and 2 is for an audio
amplifier or cable TV box. Then, press the Star
(*) button.
3. Press the Power button.
4. Press the Up or Down arrow button to set the
remote to the next code. The Down arrow
button scans backward, and the Up arrow button
scans forward. Press the button again
to continue scanning.
5. When the remote reaches the correct code,
the device turns OFF. If this happens, press the
Pound (#) button to store the code in the
remote. If the code is valid, the matching mode
light blinks three times.
6. Press the Power button to turn the device
back ON.
7. Try some other remote control buttons to make sure that you
have the right code.
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FINDING THE DEVICE CODES
You can find out what device code is set for each remote control mode.
Do the following:
1. Press and hold the mode button for the device,
for about three seconds. When all the other mode
button backlights come on, release the mode
button.
For example
2. Press the Pound (#) button twice. The mode
light flashes the number for each digit of the
current mode, with a pause between the groups
of flashes. A quick flash is for zero.
For example, the mode light flashes five times,
pauses, flashes seven times, pauses, and flashes
quickly for the 570 code.
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DEVICE CODES
Use these codes to set up the remote to control other devices.
If a device is not listed or the codes do not work, the remote may not
be able to control the device.
Note: The end of the VCR table provides codes for DVD players.
Only for a receiver that has its own volume control, use code 222
with the remote in SAT, TV, or VCR mode to set up the remote
to control the receiver sound volume.
TVS
Funai
Akai
532, 570, 573
Alba
613
534, 541, 691, 694
Futuretech
541, 691, 694
General Electric
(GE)
503, 508, 509, 515, 540,
543, 544, 630, 695, 698,
701, 714, 715, 716
Genexxa
613
Goldstar
505, 523, 526, 545, 546,
573, 588, 693, 712
Granada
695, 711
Grand
695
A-Mark
620
Amstrad
533
Anam
509, 541, 620, 621, 691,
698
AOC
505, 506, 519, 520, 620,
695, 712
Archer
620
Grandiente
711
Audiovox
620
Grundig
547
Bauer
611
Hallmark
695
Baycraft
536
Harman Kardon
561
Brockwood
695
Hinari
534
Broksonic
562, 691
Hitachi
Candle
506, 522, 523, 525, 536,
691, 695, 712
523, 526, 548, 549, 550,
551, 552, 553, 554, 555,
585, 597, 626, 702, 718
Capehart
519, 695
Infinity
566
Circuit City
695
JBL
566
Citizen
506, 516, 522, 523, 524,
525 , 526, 691, 712
JC Penney
503, 505, 506, 516, 526,
531, 543, 596, 701, 714
Jensen
556, 573
JVC
557, 558, 559, 560
Kawasho
548, 561, 712
Kenwood
506, 573, 712
Kloss
522, 561, 610, 698
KTV
526, 539, 540, 541, 691,
696, 712
Lloyds
695
Lloytron
526
Loewe
588
518
Colortyme
573, 695
Concerto
523
Contec
527, 528, 541, 591, 691
Craig
536, 541, 691, 694
Crown
526, 536
Curtis Mathes
506, 516, 526, 573, 703,
712
CXC
541, 691
Daewoo
505, 524, 526, 529, 530,
531, 532, 698, 712, 719
Daytron
526, 695
Logik
Dixi
532, 588, 620
Luxman
523
Dumont
695
LXI
503, 563, 566, 590, 595,
617, 625, 701
Electrohome
526, 573, 709, 713
Elta
532
Emerson
526,
535,
540,
692,
Marantz
506, 566, 573, 588, 712
Envision
506, 712
Matsui
532, 609
Etron
532
Megatron
695
Fisher
542, 590
Memorex
518, 532, 590, 695, 720
Formenti
611
MGA
504, 505, 506, 571, 573,
695
527,
536,
541,
695,
Fortress
573, 605
Fujitsu
534, 694
22
528, 533, 534,
537, 538, 539,
573, 622, 691,
696, 699, 720
Magnasonic
573
Magnavox
506, 520, 525, 536, 564,
565, 566, 567, 568, 569,
573, 575, 610, 710, 712
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Mitsubishi
504, 505, 570, 571, 572,
597, 623, 695, 705, 707,
712
Signature
518
Silver
573
Montgomery
Wards
505, 506, 515, 518, 534,
536, 543, 564, 565, 567,
568, 607, 619, 712, 714,
715
Solavox
612
Sony
500, 514, 521, 578, 609,
619, 622, 685, 686, 687,
688, 690
MTC
505, 506, 516, 523, 531,
695, 712
Soundesign
525, 536, 541, 691, 695
Spectricon
520, 620
NAD
502, 617, 695
Squareview
694
SSS
505, 541, 573, 691, 712
Supra
523
National
509, 697
National Quenties
697
NEC
505, 506, 507, 517, 523,
573, 627, 712
Supre-Macy
522
Nikkai
612, 613, 618
Sylvania
506, 525, 536, 564, 565,
566, 568, 573, 575, 600,
610, 611, 712
Nordmende
551
Normande
717
Symphonic
632, 692, 694
Novabeam
561, 698
Tandy
605, 613
Nyon
701
Tatung
509, 698
Onwa
541, 691
Technics
508
Optonica
605, 607
Techwood
523, 573
Orion
694
Teknika
504, 505, 516, 518, 522,
523, 524, 525, 526, 534,
536, 541, 614, 615, 691,
712
Teleavia
551
Osaki
612
Panasonic
508, 509, 510, 511, 512,
566, 574, 689, 697, 698,
700, 706, 714, 716
Philco
505, 506, 525, 536, 564,
565, 568, 573, 610, 712
Telefunken
551
Teletech
532
Philips
566, 588
Tera
513
Pioneer
502, 548, 551, 576, 708
Thomas
695
Portland
505, 526, 712
Thompson
709
Proscan
503
Thomson
551, 616
Proton
513, 519, 526, 536, 585,
624, 695
TMK
523, 573, 695
Toshiba
516, 590, 596, 617, 618,
631
528
Pulsar
501
Quasar
508, 509, 577, 698, 700
Tosonic
Radio Shack
526, 541, 607, 612, 691,
698
Totevision
526
RCA
503,
580,
586,
691,
715,
Toyomenko
695
505,
581,
587,
698,
716
515, 548, 579,
582, 583, 584,
625, 633, 634,
701, 708, 714,
Universal
543
Vector Research
506
Victor
557
Realistic
590
Video Concepts
570, 691
Saba
551
Vidtech
505, 695, 712
Saisho
532, 533, 609
Viking
522
Sampo
506, 519, 698
Yamaha
505, 506, 712
Samsung
505, 506, 516, 523, 526,
532, 588, 612, 695, 704,
712, 721
York
695
Zenith
501, 518, 693
Samwon
620
Zonda
620
Sanyo
542, 589, 590, 591, 592,
609
SBR
588
Schneider
588
Scott
526, 534, 537, 541, 593,
600, 691, 696, 701
Sears
503,
589,
598,
604,
523,
590,
599,
617,
534, 542, 563,
594, 595, 596,
601, 602, 603,
695, 703
Seimitsu
695
Sharp
526, 585, 591, 605, 606,
607, 608, 628, 629
Siemens
591
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Aiwa
588, 622, 623, 624
Akai
513, 514, 515, 516, 517,
518, 519, 520, 568
Alba
546
Amstrad
588
ASA
565
Audio Dynamics
594, 600
Broksonic
559
Bush
589
Candle
580, 592, 593
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Canon
542, 553, 554
Olympic
553
Capehart
543, 546
Optonica
585
Citizen
591, 592, 593
Orion
506, 507
Craig
591, 608
Panasonic
Croslex
553
521, 522, 523, 524, 526,
553, 554, 598, 614, 628
Pentax
537, 592
Perdio
588
Philco
553, 554, 611
Philips
553, 554, 565, 585
Pioneer
553, 562, 573, 574, 575,
576, 600
Curtis Mathes
554, 592, 605
Daewoo
534, 545, 546, 547, 593
Daytron
546
DBX
594, 600
Dumont
549
Dynatech
588
Electrohome
609
Emerson
Portland
546, 593
Proscan
553, 605
505, 506, 507, 508, 509,
510, 511, 512, 559, 568,
588, 590, 609, 618
Pulsar
533
Quartz
581
Finlandia
549
Quasar
553, 554, 577, 578
Finlux
549, 565, 588
Radio Shack
607, 608, 609, 610
Fisher
548, 549, 584, 588, 608,
610
RCA
General Electric
(GE)
550, 551, 552, 554, 572,
591, 605
525, 526, 527, 528, 529,
537, 553, 591, 605, 606,
615, 630, 631
Realistic
Goldstar
530, 555, 592, 612, 613
549, 554, 580, 581, 584,
585, 588
Ricoh
502
Saisho
506, 507
Salora
567, 581
Goodmans
585, 589
Go Video
557, 558, 620
Granada
549, 581
Grundig
565
Harman Kardon
530, 569
Hinari
589
Hitachi
536, 537, 538, 539, 540,
541, 553, 588, 595, 596,
597
Instant Replay
553
ITT
518
JC Penney
530, 554, 580, 591, 594,
600, 601
Samsung
517, 534, 579, 580, 591
Sansui
532, 544, 562, 600, 621
Sanyo
549, 581, 582, 583, 608
SBR
565
Schneider
589
Scott
508, 559, 590
Sears
548, 549, 581, 584, 608,
610
Sentra
546
Sharp
585, 607, 609, 625
Shintom
589
Jensen
560
JVC
561, 562, 563, 564, 592,
594, 600, 601
Sony
500, 501, 502, 503, 504,
629
Kenwood
562, 581, 592, 594, 600,
601
Sylvania
553, 554, 567, 588, 611
Lloyd
588
Logik
589
Luxor
518
Magnavox
527, 553, 554, 556, 565,
611
Marantz
530, 554, 565, 585, 592,
594, 600, 601, 603
MEI
554
Memorex
533, 549, 554, 566, 581,
585, 588, 608
MGA
567, 568, 609
Totevision
580, 591
Mitsubishi
562, 567, 568, 569, 570,
571, 609
Unitech
580
Vector Research
530, 600
Montgomery
Wards
527, 554, 580, 585, 588,
589, 590, 591, 607, 608,
609
Victor
561, 562, 600
Video Concepts
568, 600
MTC
544, 580, 588
Videosonic
591
Multitech
588, 589, 591
Yamaha
530, 592, 594, 600, 601
NAD
573
Zenith
500, 501, 533
NEC
530, 531, 532, 562, 592,
594, 599, 600, 601, 602,
603, 604
Note: The following part of this table
is for DVD players only.
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Symphonic
588, 594
Tandy
588
Tashiko
588
Tatung
586, 594, 601
Teac
588, 594, 601
Technics
553, 554
Teknika
554, 587, 588
TMK
506
Toshiba
534, 535, 567, 590
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DVD Players
Note: You must set the remote control
to VCR mode to set it up to control a DVD
player. You must set the remote control
to VCR mode to use it to control a DVD player.
Eastern
2649
GI/Tocom
2640
Jerrold
2635, 2636
Memorex
2637
Magnavox
626
Pioneer
619
RCA
627
Oak
2646
Sony
617
Panasonic
2637, 2644, 2645
Toshiba
616
Paragon
2637
Pioneer
2642, 2643
TUNERS/A MPLIFIERS
Aiwa
2656, 2680
Carver
2653
Fisher
2653
GE
2665
Goldstar
2677
JVC
2657, 2683
Kenwood
2676
Luxman
2681
LXI
2665
Marantz
2651
Memorex
2675
NAD
2669
Nakamichi
2671
Onkyo
2660, 2662, 2678
Optimus
2664
Panasonic
2652
Pioneer
2658, 2675, 2679
Proton
2654
Quasar
2652
RCA
2655
Realistic
2665, 2666
Scott
2659
Sherwood
2670
Sony
2667, 2668, 2672, 2673,
2674, 2680, 2684
Symphonic
2666
Technics
2652
Victor
2657
Yamaha
2663, 2682
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2649
Scientific Atlanta
2638, 2639, 2647, 2648,
2650
Zenith
2641
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TROUBLE-SHOOTING TABLE
What Is
Happening
Possible Reason
What to Do
You cannot
find the remote
control.
You may have
misplaced the remote
control, or someone
else may have it.
Use the receiver front panel Control
Buttons to control the receiver until you
find the remote. If the remote control is
permanently lost or too damaged to use,
call the Service Center to order a
replacement. You will have to pay for
the remote control, plus shipping and
handling.
When you
press the
remote control
Power button
to turn the
receiver ON,
the receiver
front panel
Power light
does not turn
on.
You may not be able
to see that the
receiver Power light
is on, if other lights in
the room are too
bright.
Try other remote control buttons to see if
the receiver is responding.
The remote control
may not be operating
properly or the
batteries may be
weak or dead.
Replace the remote batteries with fresh
ones.
Check that the receiver power cord is not
damaged, and that the plug is inserted
correctly into the outlet.
The receiver power
cord may not be
plugged into a power
outlet, or there may
be a problem with the
power.
You set up the
remote control
for the TV
mode. Then,
you find that
you cannot set
up the remote
control for the
AUX mode.
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A few remote
controls have a
problem when you
set up the AUX mode
after you set up the
TV mode.
Do the following: (a) write down the TV
code, (b) reset the TV mode using code
222, (c) set up the AUX mode, and
(d) reset the TV mode using the code that
you wrote down in step (a).
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When you
press a button
on the remote
control, the
device does
not do what
you expect.
You may be trying to
control a device other
than the receiver,
without pointing the
remote control
directly at the device.
The remote control
may be missing
batteries, the
batteries may be
incorrectly placed in
the remote, or the
batteries may be
weak or dead.
The remote may not
be set to the mode
that matches the
device you want to
control.
Remember that the remote control uses
IR signals to control devices other than
the receiver. IR signals travel only
40 feet or less, and cannot go through
walls or other solid objects. You must
point the remote control directly at the
device, with no objects blocking the line
of sight.
If the batteries are missing or dead, insert
fresh AAA-size batteries.
If the remote has fresh batteries, check
whether they are placed according to the
label diagram. If not, remove them and
place correctly.
Make sure to set the remote to the mode
that matches the device that you want to
control.
Make sure to set up the remote to control
all the devices that you want to operate.
The remote may not
be set up to control
the device.
The system
uses infrared
(IR) remote
control
extenders
(called
“pyramids”).
Electronic
devices exhibit
ultra-high
frequency
(UHF)
interference.
The extenders use
UHF signals to
transmit signals from
one room of the
building to another.
These signals may be
causing the
interference.
Temporarily stop using the extenders,
to see whether this eliminates the
interference. If the extenders are the
source of the interference, you will have
to avoid using them whenever you do not
want interference with other devices that
use UHF. This is because UHF signals
travel 100 feet or more, and go through
walls and other solid objects.
The system
uses infrared
(IR) remote
control
extenders
(called
“pyramids”).
The IR remote
control
extenders do
not seem to
work.
The IR sensor on the
extender that
receives the remote
control signals may
not be facing the
remote control.
The IR cable on the
extender that sends
the signal to the
receiver may not be
right in front of the
IR sensor on the
receiver front panel.
Make sure the extender that receives the
signal from the remote control is facing
the right way, so that the IR sensor can
receive the remote control signals.
Make sure the IR cable on the extender
that sends the signal to the receiver is
right in front of the IR sensor on the
receiver front panel, so that the receiver
IR sensor can receive the signals.
If doing the above does not solve the
problem, contact the manufacturer of the
extenders for help.
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LIMITED WARRANTY
This warranty extends only to the original user of the DISH NetworkTM
Remote Control (“you,” “your”) and is limited to the purchase price of the
remote control. EchoStar Communications Corporation and its affiliated
companies (“we,” “our,” “us”) warrant this remote control against defects
in materials or workmanship as follows.
For one year from the original date of purchase, if we find that the remote
control is defective subject to the limits of this warranty, we will replace the
remote at no charge for parts or labor. We warrant any such work done against
defects in materials or workmanship for the remaining part of the original
warranty period.
This warranty does not cover installation of the DISH NetworkTM System;
consumer instruction; physical set up or adjustment of any consumer electronic
device; remote control batteries; signal reception problems; loss of use of the
equipment; unused programming charges due to equipment malfunction;
cosmetic damage; damage due to lightning, electrical or telephone line surges,
fire, flood, or other acts of Nature; accident; misuse; abuse; repair or alteration
by other than our factory service; negligence; commercial or institutional use;
improper or neglected maintenance; equipment sold AS IS or WITH ALL
FAULTS; equipment removal or reinstallation; shipping damage if the
equipment was not packed and shipped in the manner we prescribe; nor
equipment purchased, serviced, or operated outside the contiguous
United States of America.
REPLACEMENT AS PROVIDED UNDER THIS WARRANTY IS YOUR
EXCLUSIVE REMEDY. WE SHALL NOT BE HELD LIABLE FOR ANY
INCIDENTAL OR CONSEQUENTIAL DAMAGES FOR BREACH OF ANY
EXPRESSED OR IMPLIED WARRANTY ON THIS DEVICE, NOR FOR
ANY INCIDENTAL OR CONSEQUENTIAL DAMAGE RESULTING
FROM THE USE OF, OR INABILITY TO USE, THIS DEVICE. UNDER NO
CIRCUMSTANCES SHALL OUR LIABILITY, IF ANY, EXCEED THE
PURCHASE PRICE PAID FOR THIS DEVICE. EXCEPT TO THE EXTENT
PROHIBITED BY APPLICABLE LAW, ANY IMPLIED WARRANTY OF
MERCHANTABILITY OR FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE ON
THIS DEVICE IS LIMITED IN DURATION TO THE DURATION OF THIS
WARRANTY. WE RESERVE THE RIGHT TO REFUSE TO HONOR THIS
WARRANTY IF WE DETERMINE ANY OF THE ABOVE EXCEPTIONS
TO HAVE CAUSED THIS DEVICE NOT TO HAVE PERFORMED
PROPERLY. THIS WARRANTY SHALL BE VOID IF ANY FACTORYAPPLIED IDENTIFICATION MARK, INCLUDING BUT NOT LIMITED
TO SERIAL OR CONDITIONAL ACCESS NUMBERS, HAS BEEN
ALTERED OR REMOVED. THIS WARRANTY SHALL ALSO BE VOID IF
THE DEVICE HAS BEEN OPENED BY AN UNAUTHORIZED PERSON
(with the exception of opening the battery cover).
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A DVANCE EXCHANGE PROGRAM
Whether covered under this warranty or not, the Advance Exchange Program
allows you to have replacement equipment shipped immediately to you
(depending upon where you live, it could take up to three business days).
Along with replacement equipment, you will receive a prepaid shipping label
and instructions on how to return the defective equipment. The shipping cost for
receiving replacement equipment and sending back the defective equipment is a
one time fee based on EchoStar’s competitive, bulk shipping rates and will be
charged to your credit card.
If you do not ship the defective equipment back to EchoStar within ten days
after receiving the replacement, your credit card will be charged the market
price of the replacement. If you return the defective equipment after the ten
days, you will receive a full refund less an administrative fee.
If damage to the defective equipment is found which DISH Network Service
in its sole discretion determines is not covered by the warranty, we will charge
your credit card our standard flat rate exchange fee.
This warranty gives you specific legal rights which may vary from state to state.
Some states do not allow the exclusion or limitations of incidental or
consequential damages, or allow limitations on the duration of an implied
warranty, so those limitations may not apply to you.
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IF YOU NEED HELP
1. Review this Guide.
2. See the Trouble-Shooting Table on pag e26.
3. Call the DISH NetworkSM Service Center at 1-800-333-DISH
(3474). Have the date of purchase and your customer account
number ready.
4. A Representative will assist you. He or she will try
to troubleshoot any problem you may be having.
5. If the Representative finds that you should return the remote
control, he or she will give you a telephone number to call to get
a Return Authorization (RA) number. Before shipping any
equipment to us, you must get a Return Authorization number.
6. You must package returned equipment properly. Follow the
instructions that the Representative gives you.
7. Write the RA number in large, clearly visible characters on the
outside of the shipping box used to return the equipment.
To avoid confusion and misunderstandings, we will return
shipments without an RA number clearly visible on the outside
of the box to you at your expense.
8. We will:
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•
Check the remote control, including whether it is covered
under the warranty.
•
Replace any remote that we find is defective with a new or
refurbished remote, if the defective remote is covered under
the warranty. We will ship the replacement remote at our
expense.
•
If a defective remote is not covered under the warranty,
we will tell you. We may assess you a flat rate charge for a
replacement remote, including shipping and insurance.
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