Radio Shack Easy Remote Owner`s manual

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Cat. No. 15-1931
OWNER’S MANUAL
3-in-One Easy Remote Control
Please read before using this equipment.
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FEATURES
Your RadioShack 3-in-One Easy Remote Control can replace up to three infrared remote controls. You can use it to control your TV, VCR, or
cable converter. Unlike some universal remote
controls, your remote control is preprogrammed
with the most commonly used commands and
does not have to learn its commands from the
original remote controls. All you have to do is tell
it which TV, VCR, or cable converter’s remote
controls you want to replace (by entering 3-digit
codes).
This manual includes a list of many manufacturers’ 3-digit codes for TVs, VCRs, and cable converters.
Your remote control’s features include:
Powerful Infrared Beam — so you can operate
your remote-controlled devices from a greater
distance than with many of the original remote
controls.
Glow-in-the-Dark Keys — some of the remote
control’s keys glow so you can see them even in
a dimly lit room.
Handy Reference Label — provides a convenient place for you to write down the manufacturers’ codes for your devices.
Convenient Keypad Design — each key is positioned for easy operation.
Toll Free Support — you can get expert help for
your remote control by calling 1-888-533-7135.
Note: You need four AAA batteries (not supplied)
to power your 3-in-One Easy Remote Control.
© 1998 Tandy Corporation.
All Rights Reserved.
Plug ’n Power and RadioShack are registered trademarks
used by Tandy Corporation.
X-10 is a registered trademark of X-10 (USA) Inc.
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CONTENTS
How the 3-in-One Works ............................... 4
Preparation .....................................................
Installing Batteries ......................................
Device Types .............................................
Setting Up Your Remote Control ................
5
5
6
6
Operation ........................................................ 8
Punch-Through .......................................... 8
Turning Punch-Through Off/On .......... 8
Favorite Channel Scan .............................. 9
Clearing Favorite Channel Scan ....... 10
If You Have Problems ..................................
Manual Code Search ...............................
Determining the 3-Digit Code ...........
Troubleshooting .......................................
11
11
12
12
Manufacturers’ Codes .................................
Cable Converters .....................................
Televisions ...............................................
TV/VCR Combinations .............................
VCRs ........................................................
13
13
15
20
21
Care and Maintenance ................................. 27
Specifications .............................................. 28
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HOW THE 3-IN-ONE WORKS
Your RadioShack 3-in-One Easy Remote Control
was designed to control the most commonly used
functions on your TV, VCR, and cable converter.
When you set up the remote control, its command
keys work like the keys on your original remote
controls. For example, the remote control’s PWR
key works like a key on your original remote control which might be labeled POWER ON/OFF.
Key
Function
P
Used in setting up your
devices.
PWR, digit keys,
CH , CH
,
VOL
, VOL ,
M, LAST
Operate the same as the corresponding keys on your original remote control.
VCR, CBL. TV
Used when you set up the
remote control to replace your
original remote controls. Also
used during normal operation
to tell the remote control
which device you want to control.
SCAN
Used to scan through a list of
favorite channels.
REC , PLAY
,
PAUSE
,
REW,
STOP,
FF
Control VCR functions and
are used to select options and
navigate in your TV or cable
converter.
Notes:
• Whenever you use REC
on the remote
control, you must press it twice. This safety
feature helps you avoid accidentally recording over tapes.
• The remote control might not be able to
duplicate some of your original remote control’s seldom-used functions.
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PREPARATION
INSTALLING BATTERIES
Your remote control requires four AAA batteries
(not supplied) for power. For the best performance and longest life, we recommend alkaline
batteries such as RadioShack Cat. No. 23-555.
Cautions:
• Use only fresh batteries of the required size
and recommended type.
• Do not mix old and new batteries or different
types of batteries.
• Do not press any of the remote control’s
keys while installing batteries.
Note: The remote control’s built-in memory backup saves any programmed codes for about a
minute after the batteries have been removed.
We recommend you have fresh batteries ready to
install as soon as you remove the old ones.
1. Press the battery compartment cover’s tab and lift off
the cover.
2. Place the batteries in the
compartment as indicated
by the polarity symbols (+
and –) marked inside.
3. Replace the cover.
When the remote control’s range decreases or it
stops operating properly, replace the batteries.
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Cautions:
• Always remove old or weak batteries. Batteries can leak chemicals that can destroy electronic parts.
• Dispose of old batteries promptly and properly. Do not burn or bury them.
Note: Do not place objects on top of the remote
control after you have installed the batteries. This
can press keys for an extended period of time and
reduce battery life.
DEVICE TYPES
You can use the remote control’s device keys to
control the following general types of devices:
TV — TVs
VCR — VCRs and TV/VCR combinations
CBL — Cable converters
SETTING UP YOUR REMOTE
CONTROL
1. Refer to “Manufacturers’ Codes” on Page 13
and write down the codes for your original
remote controls on the supplied label.
Notes:
• Some manufacturers have several codes
listed. Try each until you find the right one.
See “If You Have Problems” on Page 11 if
you cannot find the correct code.
• If you want to set up your remote control to
control a combination TV/VCR (such as
Cat. No. 16-421 or 16-422), you must program the TV code for the TV functions and
the VCR code for the VCR functions.
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2. Press the device key for the type of remote
you are replacing (TV, VCR, or CBL). The red
light blinks.
3. Hold down P until the red light blinks twice,
then enter the 3-digit code.
For example, to replace a TV’s remote control (manufacturer’s code 185), press TV,
hold down P until the red light blinks twice,
then press 1, 8, and 5.
When the red light blinks twice, the remote
control has accepted the code.
Note: If the code you entered is invalid, the
red light does not blink.
4. Point the remote control at your device and
press PWR. Your device should turn off (or
on, if it was off).
If the remote does not operate your device,
try the other codes listed in “Manufacturers’
Codes” on Page 13 for your brand of TV,
VCR, cable converter, or other device.
5. Repeat Steps 2–4 for additional devices.
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OPERATION
1. Press the device key for the device you want
to control, then point the remote control at
the device and press PWR to turn the device
on.
2. Repeat Step 1 for all other devices you want
to operate.
3. Press the appropriate device key and the
desired command keys.
Note: The command keys on the remote
control work the same as the keys on the
original remote control; however, the labeling
might differ slightly.
4. To turn off the last device you selected, press
PWR . To turn off other devices, press the
device key for the device you want to turn off,
then press PWR .
PUNCH-THROUGH
The punch-through feature lets you alternately
control two different devices without pressing the
device keys for each one. Here’s how it works.
Not all of the remote control’s keys are used by
every device. For example, a TV is often the only
device that uses the volume keys. After you press
TV, then press VCR, you can still use the volume
control to control the TV.
Note: The punch-through feature might not work
if the last two devices you selected have the same
(or similar) features. For example, most TVs and
some cable converters have channel select keys
on their remote controls.
Turning Punch-Through Off/On
If your cable box or VCR has a volume control,
you might want to turn off punch-through so you
can use the cable box’s or VCR’s volume control
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to control the sound. To turn off punch-through,
hold down P until the red light blinks twice, then
press 9 9 3 and the device key.
If you want to control the volume through your cable box, press CBL before using the volume control. If you want to control the volume through your
VCR, press VCR before using the volume control.
To turn punch-through back on, hold down P until
the red light blinks twice, then press 9 9 3 VOL .
FAVORITE CHANNEL SCAN
You can use your remote control to scan through
up to 10 of your favorite channels on your TV,
VCR, or cable box.
Note: You can scan channels only for one device
(TV, VCR, or CBL) at a time. You cannot set up a
favorite channel list for another device until you
clear the existing list.
1. Press the device key for the device with the
channels you want to program (TV, VCR, or
CBL). The red light blinks.
2. Hold down P until the red light blinks twice,
then press 9 9 6.
3. Enter the channel number of the first channel
you want to include in your favorite channel
list. Then press P.
Notes:
• Precede a single-digit number with a 0 —
for example, 01, 02, and so on.
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• If you enter a three-digit number, you do
not need to press P after entering the
number.
4. Repeat Step 3 for other channels (up to 10)
you want to include in your list. Then hold
down P until the red light blinks twice.
5. To scan through the favorite channel list,
press the device key for the device you want
to tune (TV, VCR, or CBL), then press SCAN.
The remote control repeatedly scans through
the favorite channel list, stopping on each
channel for about 3 seconds.
6. Press any key other than SCAN when you
see a channel you want to watch. Scanning
stops.
Clearing Favorite Channel Scan
You must clear the channels in your favorite
channel scan list if you want to change them.
1. Hold down P until the red light blinks twice.
2. Press 9 9 6, then hold down P until the red
light blinks twice.
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IF YOU HAVE PROBLEMS
MANUAL CODE SEARCH
If the 3-in-One Easy Remote Control does not operate your remote-controlled devices when you
first set it up, you might have to manually find the
correct code for your devices. You can try all the
codes listed in “Manufacturers’ Codes” on
Page 13 for the brand of your device, or you can
follow these steps to search the remote control’s
entire library.
1. Manually turn on the device you want to set
up.
2. Press the corresponding device key (TV,
VCR, or CBL).
3. Hold down P until the red light blinks twice,
then press 9, 9, and 1. The red light blinks
twice again.
4. Aim the remote control at the device you
want to operate.
5. Repeatedly press PWR then the device key
for the device until it responds to the command.
6. When the device responds to the command,
press P within 5 seconds to save the code.
Note: If you do not press P within 5 seconds,
the remote control does not save the code.
• Because the remote control’s library has
so many codes, this procedure can take
several minutes.
• If your device turns off during the search,
but does not operate after you lock in the
code, begin the search again, pausing
longer between key presses.
If necessary, repeat these steps for each device.
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Determining the 3-Digit Code
After you set up your remote control using manual
code search, you can find which 3-digit code the
remote control is set to by following these steps.
1. Press the device key you want to get the
manufacturer’s code from, then hold down P
until the red light blinks twice.
2. Press 9 9 0 . The red light blinks twice again.
3. Press 1 then count the number of times the
red light blinks. This is the first digit of the 3digit code.
Note: If the red light does not blink, the digit
is a 0.
4. Repeat Step 3 twice to find the second and
third numbers of your 3-digit manufacturer’s
code, pressing 2 and 3 respectively for each
additional digit.
TROUBLESHOOTING
If the remote control stops working after you have
successfully tested the control for each device, or
if you are unable to get the remote control to work
at all, check these things:
• Be sure you press the device key for the
device you want to control before you press
any other key.
• Confirm that your remote control devices are
working properly by using the original remote
control or the manual controls.
• Replace the batteries.
• If some of the keys do not function for your
device, you might be able to find a better
device code.
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MANUFACTURERS’ CODES
The following list tells you which 3-digit codes to
enter to set up the remote control.
Notes:
• The remote control might not have every
command of your original remote controls.
• Use the supplied label to record the manufacturers’ codes for your remote-controlled
devices.
• A key on the remote control that has the
same name as a key on your original remote
control might have a slightly different function.
Manufacturer
Code(s)
RadioShack
Cat. No.
CABLE CONVERTERS
ABC
001, 003, 007, 011,
013, 014, 017
Antronix
022
Archer
022, 153
15-1285
022, 153
15-1287
Cable Star
056
Century
153, 618
Citizen
153, 315
Comtronics Eagle
008, 040
Contec
019
Daeryung
008
Eagle
008
Eastern
002
Focus
400
Funai
153
GC Electronics
056
Gemini
015
General Instruments
003, 011, 014, 476
Hamlin
009, 020, 034, 259
Hitachi
003, 008, 011
Hytex
007
Jasco
153, 315
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Manufacturer
Code(s)
RadioShack
Cat. No.
CABLE CONVERTERS (Continued)
Jerrold
003, 011, 012, 014,
015, 476
Millenium 3
618
Memorex
525
Movie Time
063, 156
Novaplex
618
NSC
063
Oak
007, 019
Omega
015
Optimus
Panasonic
021
16-548
021
16-631
021, 107
Paragon
525
Philips
025, 153
Pioneer
144
Popular Mechanics
400
Pulsar
525
PVP
003
Quasar
525
Quest
020, 144
RCA
021
Regal
020
Regency
002, 020
Rembrandt
022, 153
Samsung
144
Scientific Atlanta
008, 017, 477
Sigma
019
Signal
011, 015
Signature
003, 011, 012, 014,
476
Sprucer
021, 144
Starcom
003, 014, 015
Stargate
015
Sylvania
001
Tandy
258
Telecaption
171
Teleview
063
Tempest
015
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Manufacturer
Code(s)
RadioShack
Cat. No.
CABLE CONVERTERS (Continued)
Texscan
001
Tocom
012, 013
Toshiba
525
TV86
063
TV Comm
019
Unika
022, 153
United Artists
007
United Cable
003, 011, 014, 476
Universal
022, 056, 063, 153
U.S. Electronics
003, 008, 017, 476
Videoway
250, 525
Viewstar
063, 258
Wal-Mart
400
Zenith
525
Zentek
400
TELEVISIONS
Action
003, 030, 019, 185
Admiral
016, 047, 093, 165,
180
Aiko
092
Akai
030, 056, 145, 151
Amstrad
039, 171, 177
Anam
055, 180
Anam National
055
AOC
003, 019, 030, 137,
185
Audiovox
003, 092, 179, 180
Bell & Howell
016, 093, 154
Broksonic
177, 179, 180, 236,
463
Candle
030, 046, 056, 186
Capehart
003, 017, 030, 052,
178
Carver
054
Citizen
030, 039, 046, 054,
056, 060, 092, 180,
186, 280
Concerto
056
Contec
180, 185
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Manufacturer
Code(s)
RadioShack
Cat. No.
TELEVISIONS (Continued)
Craig
171, 180
Crosley
020, 030, 054, 096,
171, 186, 187
Crown
039, 093, 180
Curtis Mathes
030, 039, 047, 054,
060, 154
Daewoo
019, 039, 092, 451
Daytron
019, 039, 056, 092
Eaton
060
Electrohome
000, 039, 056, 150,
154, 185
Emerson
039, 177, 178, 179,
180, 185, 236, 280,
282, 463,
Envision
030
Fisher
154, 159
Funai
171, 179, 180
Futuretech
180
GE
021, 027, 047, 051,
055, 135, 174, 178,
282, 451
Goldstar
019, 030, 039, 056,
060, 178
Granada
145, 151, 178
Hallmark
019, 178, 179, 180,
236
Hitachi
039, 056, 145, 151
Ima
178, 179, 180, 236
Infinity
054
Inteq
017
JVC
053
Kamp
017, 019, 180, 185
Kawasho
019, 030, 185
KEC
180
KLH
180
Kloss
024, 030, 046
KTV
039, 180, 185, 280
Logik
016, 180, 236
Lotus
282
Luxman
056
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Manufacturer
Code(s)
RadioShack
Cat. No.
TELEVISIONS (Continued)
LXI
047, 054, 056, 146,
154, 156, 159
MGA
030, 019, 150, 178
Magnasonic
030, 054, 093, 156,
179
Magnavox
020, 024, 030, 054,
096, 186, 187
Marantz
030, 054
Matsui
039, 177
Megatron
003, 047, 145, 151,
178
Memorex
030
16-254
019
16-263
178
16-280
Midlands
017, 039, 047, 051,
135
Mitsubishi
019, 093, 150, 178
MTC
019, 030, 056, 060
Multitech
179, 180
Nakamichi
154, 159
NAD
019, 056, 156, 166,
178
NEC
019, 030, 056
Nikko
030, 092, 178
Nyon
000
Okron
019
Omega
019
Onwa
180
Optimus
154
13-1283
250
16-548
250
16-631
166
31-3031
166
31-3033
166
31-3038
Optonica
093, 165
Orion
019, 177, 178, 180,
236, 463
Panasonic
051, 054, 055, 250
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Manufacturer
Code(s)
RadioShack
Cat. No.
TELEVISIONS (Continued)
Penneys
019, 018, 021, 030,
039, 047, 051, 060,
135
Philco
019, 020, 024, 030,
054, 096, 186, 187
Philips
020, 054, 096, 186,
187
Pilot
019, 030, 051, 060,
178
Pioneer
055, 166
Portland
019, 039, 092
Proscan
047
Proton
039, 178
Pulsar
016, 017, 019, 092
Quasar
051, 055, 250
RadioShack
180
16-246A
165
16-250
030
16-255
030, 178
16-256
165
16-260
030
16-265
030, 178
16-268
156
16-288
178
16-289
180
16-292
RCA
018, 019, 047, 093,
135, 174
Realistic
165
16-232
165
16-233
039
16-234
165
16-235
165
16-235A
165
16-236
165
16-251
180
16-252
180
16-253
180
16-262
154
16-299
Sampo
030
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Manufacturer
Code(s)
RadioShack
Cat. No.
TELEVISIONS (Continued)
Samsung
019, 030, 039, 056,
060
Sansui
019, 030, 060, 165
Sanyo
146, 154, 159
Scott
019, 177, 178, 179,
180, 236
Sears
047, 054, 056, 146,
154, 156, 159, 178,
179
Sharp
039, 093, 165
Signature
016, 093, 154, 165,
178
Simpson
030, 186, 187
Sony
000, 080
Soundesign
178, 179, 180, 186
Spectracon
019, 030, 180
Squareview
171, 179, 180
SSS
019, 180, 236
Supre-Macy
039, 046, 186
Sylvania
020, 024, 030, 054,
096, 186, 187
Symphonic
171, 179, 180
Tandy
039, 093, 165
Tatung
003, 051, 055
TEAC
154, 159
Technics
051, 054, 055, 250
Techwood
051, 055, 056, 250
Technovox
019, 030, 051, 055,
178
Teknika
016, 019, 039, 056,
060, 092, 150, 179,
180, 186
Tera
178
Thomas
019, 039, 056, 178
TMK
056, 177, 178, 180,
236
Toshiba
060, 154, 156
Tosonic
185
Totevision
039
Truetone
051, 055, 250
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Manufacturer
Code(s)
RadioShack
Cat. No.
TELEVISIONS (Continued)
Ultra
019, 039, 092, 451
Universal
021, 027, 047, 135
Vector Research
030
Victor
053
Video Concepts
186, 187
Vidtech
019, 178
Viking
046
Wards
016, 019, 020, 021,
027, 030, 054, 093,
096, 165, 178, 179,
187
Weltron
019, 178
XR100
171, 179, 180, 236
Yamaha
019, 030
York
030
Zenith
016, 017, 092
Zonda
003
TV/VCR COMBINATIONS
Note: These codes are accessed through the VCR device
key. You might also need to use a TV code to control
volume.
Daewoo
278
Emerson
002, 294, 479
Funai
000
Goldstar
037
Harley-Davidson
000
Hitachi
000, 035, 042
Magnavox
000, 035
Magnin
037
Memorex
MGN
Optimus
Orion
000
16-410
000
16-411
037
16-412
240 (TV: 060)
16-655
240
000, 325
16-420
162, 454 (TV: 250)
16-421
162, 454 (TV: 250)
16-422
002, 479
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Manufacturer
Code(s)
RadioShack
Cat. No.
TV/VCR COMBINATIONS (Continued)
Panasonic
035, 162
Quasar
035, 162
RadioShack
RCA
037
16-415
000, 325
16-417
035, 048
Samsung
240
Shintom
000, 002, 479
Symphonic
000
Totevision
037
Zenith
000
VCRs
Action
317
Aiwa
000, 037, 307, 315,
406, 468
Akai
041, 061
Akiba
072
Akura
271
Alba
020, 209, 278, 295
Ambassador
020
Amstrad
000, 325
Anam
162, 240, 454
Anitech
072
Baird
000, 041, 104
Basic Line
020, 072
Beaumark
240
Bell & Howell
035, 048, 104
Broksonic
121, 184, 211, 361,
479
Bush
072, 209, 278
Canon
035
Capehart
020
Carver
035, 081, 110
Craig
047, 072, 240, 271
Criterion
072
Crosley
035, 081
Crown
020, 072, 278
Curtis Mathes
035, 060, 162
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Manufacturer
Code(s)
RadioShack
Cat. No.
VCRs (Continued)
Daewoo
020, 045, 278
Daytron
020, 278
Dynatech
000, 072, 240
Electrohome
000, 037, 043, 061,
240
Emerson
000, 002, 037, 061,
121, 184, 208, 209,
211, 278, 479
Fisher
046, 047, 054, 066,
104
Funai
000, 072, 278
GE
060, 202, 035
Garrard
000
Go Video
232, 240
Goldstar
037, 038
Harley Davidson
000
Harman Kardon
038
Harwood
072
Hitachi
000, 041, 042
Jensen
041, 067
JVC
008, 041, 042
Kenwood
008, 038, 041, 046,
067
Lloyd
000, 038, 072, 240
Logik
000, 072
LXI
000, 037
Magnasonic
037, 240, 278
Magnavox
035, 039, 081, 110,
149
Magnin
240
Marantz
035, 038, 081
Marta
037
Matsushita
035, 162
MEI
035
Memorex
000
16-406
037
16-413
037
16-414
000
16-517
104
16-523
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Manufacturer
Code(s)
RadioShack
Cat. No.
VCRs (Continued)
Memorex (continued)
MGA
037
16-524
104
16-525
104
16-526
046, 104
16-529
046, 104
16-530
048
16-531
240
16-533
037
16-534
104
16-536
048
16-618
104
16-619
104
16-620
048
16-622
104
16-623
035
16-705
307
16-706
043, 061, 173
Minolta
042
Mitsubishi
043, 061, 173
Movie Walker
072
MTC
000, 240
Multitech
000, 072
NEC
008, 038, 041, 067
Nikko
037, 278
Optimus
104
13-1283
037
16-419
037
16-535
104
16-537
048
16-538
048
16-539
048
16-540
240
16-541
048
16-542
048
16-543
048
16-544
048
16-546
162, 454
16-547
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Manufacturer
Code(s)
RadioShack
Cat. No.
VCRs (Continued)
Optimus (continued)
162, 454
16-548
046
16-600
046
16-601
104
16-617
037
16-624
104
16-625
048
16-627
048
16-628
162, 454
16-630
162, 454
16-631
Optonica
048, 062
Orion
002, 121, 184, 209,
479
Panasonic
035, 081, 110, 162,
225, 454
Penney
035, 037, 042, 038,
240
Pentax
042
Philco
035, 062, 081, 110
Philips
035, 062, 081, 110
Pilot
037
Portland
020
Pulsar
039, 046, 278
Quartz
046
Quasar
035, 081, 110, 162,
454
RCA
035, 042, 048, 060,
149, 202
Realistic
000
16-404
037
16-408
035
16-472
000
16-505
047
16-506
037
16-507
000
16-508
000
16-510
047
16-511
047
16-512
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Manufacturer
Code(s)
RadioShack
Cat. No.
VCRs (Continued)
Realistic (continued)
047
16-513
240
16-514
047
16-515
047
16-516
047
16-518
000
16-519
104
16-520
104
16-521
000
16-522
104
16-563
062
16-610
048
16-611
048
16-612
047
16-613
047
16-614
047
16-615
048
16-616
104
16-617
035
16-651
047
16-652
048
16-653
062
16-700
048
16-701
048
16-702
000
16-703
000
16-704
Ricoh
034, 035
Runco
039
Samsung
038, 045, 240
Sansui
008, 041, 067, 271
Sanyo
046, 047, 054, 066,
104, 240
Scott
045, 121, 184, 210,
479
Sears
000, 037, 042, 046,
047, 054, 066, 104
Sharp
048, 062
Shintom
072
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Manufacturer
Code(s)
RadioShack
Cat. No.
VCRs (Continued)
Shogun
240
Sony
032, 033, 034
STS
042
Sylvania
000, 035, 043, 081,
110
Symphonic
000, 325
Tatung
000, 041, 048, 067,
081
TEAC
000, 041, 067
Technics
000, 035, 081, 110,
162, 454
Teknika
000, 035, 037
Thomas
000, 002, 035, 037
Tosonic
000
Toshiba
043, 045, 066
Totevision
037, 240
Ultra
020, 045, 278
Unitech
240
Vector Research
038
Victor
008, 067
Video Concepts
061
Videosonic
240
Videotronic
035
Viewmax
037, 000
Wards
000, 035, 042, 047,
048, 062, 072, 149,
240
XR-1000
000, 035, 072, 208,
240
Yamaha
038, 041
York
000
Zenith
032, 033, 034, 039
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CARE AND MAINTENANCE
Your RadioShack 3-in-One Easy Remote Control
is an example of superior design and craftsmanship. The following suggestions will help you care
for your remote control so you can enjoy it for
years.
Keep the remote control dry. If it gets
wet, wipe it dry immediately. Liquids
might contain minerals that can corrode the electronic circuits.
Handle the remote control gently
and carefully. Dropping it can damage circuit boards and cases and
can cause the remote control to
work improperly.
Use and store the remote control
only in normal temperature environments. Temperature extremes can
shorten the life of electronic devices,
damage batteries, and distort or melt
plastic parts.
Keep the remote control away from
dust and dirt, which can cause premature wear of parts.
Wipe the remote control with a damp
cloth occasionally to keep it looking
new. Do not use harsh chemicals,
cleaning solvents, or strong detergents to clean the remote control.
Modifying or tampering with the remote control’s
internal components can cause a malfunction and
invalidate your remote control’s warranty. If your
remote control is not performing as it should, take
it to your local RadioShack store for assistance.
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SPECIFICATIONS
Power ....................................... 4 AAA Batteries
IR Control Range .............. 25 Feet (7.5 M) ±30º
Dimensions (HWD) ...... 11/8 ¥ 113/16 ¥ 63/8 Inches
(28.2 ¥ 44.2 ¥ 128 mm)
Weight (Without Batteries) ............ 2.3 oz. (84 g)
Specifications are typical; individual units might
vary. Specifications are subject to change and improvement without notice.
Limited Ninety-Day Warranty
This product is warranted by RadioShack against manufacturing defects in
material and workmanship under normal use for ninety (90) days from the
date of purchase from RadioShack company-owned stores and authorized
RadioShack franchisees and dealers. EXCEPT AS PROVIDED HEREIN, RadioShack MAKES NO EXPRESS WARRANTIES AND ANY IMPLIED WARRANTIES, INCLUDING THOSE OF MERCHANTABILITY AND FITNESS
FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE, ARE LIMITED IN DURATION TO THE DURATION OF THE WRITTEN LIMITED WARRANTIES CONTAINED HEREIN.
EXCEPT AS PROVIDED HEREIN, RadioShack SHALL HAVE NO LIABILITY
OR RESPONSIBILITY TO CUSTOMER OR ANY OTHER PERSON OR ENTITY WITH RESPECT TO ANY LIABILITY, LOSS OR DAMAGE CAUSED DIRECTLY OR INDIRECTLY BY USE OR PERFORMANCE OF THE
PRODUCT OR ARISING OUT OF ANY BREACH OF THIS WARRANTY, INCLUDING, BUT NOT LIMITED TO, ANY DAMAGES RESULTING FROM INCONVENIENCE, LOSS OF TIME, DATA, PROPERTY, REVENUE, OR
PROFIT OR ANY INDIRECT, SPECIAL, INCIDENTAL, OR CONSEQUENTIAL DAMAGES, EVEN IF RadioShack HAS BEEN ADVISED OF THE POSSIBILITY OF SUCH DAMAGES.
Some states do not allow the limitations on how long an implied warranty lasts
or the exclusion of incidental or consequential damages, so the above limitations or exclusions may not apply to you.
In the event of a product defect during the warranty period, take the product
and the RadioShack sales receipt as proof of purchase date to any RadioShack store. RadioShack will, at its option, unless otherwise provided by
law: (a) correct the defect by product repair without charge for parts and labor;
(b) replace the product with one of the same or similar design; or (c) refund
the purchase price. All replaced parts and products, and products on which a
refund is made, become the property of RadioShack. New or reconditioned
parts and products may be used in the performance of warranty service. Repaired or replaced parts and products are warranted for the remainder of the
original warranty period. You will be charged for repair or replacement of the
product made after the expiration of the warranty period.
This warranty does not cover: (a) damage or failure caused by or attributable
to acts of God, abuse, accident, misuse, improper or abnormal usage, failure
to follow instructions, improper installation or maintenance, alteration, lightning or other incidence of excess voltage or current; (b) any repairs other than
those provided by a RadioShack Authorized Service Facility; (c) consumables
such as fuses or batteries; (d) cosmetic damage; (e) transportation, shipping
or insurance costs; or (f) costs of product removal, installation, set-up service
adjustment or reinstallation.
This warranty gives you specific legal rights, and you may also have other
rights which vary from state to state.
RadioShack Customer Relations, Dept. W,
100 Throckmorton St., Suite 600,
Fort Worth, TX 76102
We Service What We Sell
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