Residential Gateway
User’s Guide (RG2200)
6085 State Farm Drive • Rohnert Park, CA 94928
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Document Number 600-00244 B01
TABLE OF CONTENTS
IMPORTANT SAFEGUARDS ............................................................................... 5
Safety ...........................................................................................................7
Repairs .........................................................................................................7
INTRODUCTION ............................................................................................... 9
About This Manual .....................................................................................10
What Your Network Service Provider Does ................................................ 11
Optional Gateway Features .......................................................................14
GETTING STARTED ....................................................................................... 15
Using Your RG2200 ...................................................................................16
Using Your Remote Control ........................................................................19
Caller ID/Message Waiting .........................................................................25
Using Pay-Per-View ...................................................................................27
Access Parental Control .............................................................................27
Recording Your Favorite Programs ............................................................28
Cancelling Your Recording .........................................................................30
Programming Your VCR Code (Optional) ..................................................30
Replacing Remote Control Batteries ..........................................................31
ADVANCED USE ............................................................................................ 33
Changing or Programming Settings ...........................................................33
Determining the Gateway ID ......................................................................34
Setting the Gateway ID ..............................................................................37
Determining the Remote Control ID ...........................................................38
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Setting the Remote Control ID ...................................................................39
Determine the remote control Operating Mode (SRC-300 only) ................40
Set the remote control Operating Mode (SRC-300 only) ...........................41
Programming the TV Code ........................................................................42
Programming the TV Code Using Code Search Method ...........................43
Verifying the TV Codes ..............................................................................44
Verifying and Setting Other Features .........................................................45
Accessing the TV Setup Menu ...................................................................45
Verifying the TV (RF) Setting .....................................................................47
Secondary Audio: Specifying A Preferred Language .................................48
Display Language ......................................................................................49
EADS (Emergency Alert Device Support) ..................................................49
CONNECTING YOUR PC TO THE INTERNET ..................................................... 53
Ethernet Connections .................................................................................53
CONFIGURATION EXAMPLES .......................................................................... 57
TV/VCR/Audio Connections .......................................................................59
TROUBLESHOOTING ...................................................................................... 69
CONTACTING YOUR NETWORK SERVICE PROVIDER FOR HELP ....................... 72
TV AND VCR CODES.................................................................................... 73
TV Codes - SRC 300 .................................................................................73
TV Codes - SRC-200 .................................................................................76
VCR Codes ................................................................................................78
SPECIFICATIONS ........................................................................................... 81
Certifications ..............................................................................................82
FCC Statement of Compliance ...................................................................82
INDEX........................................................................................................... 85
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IMPORTANT SAFEGUARDS
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READ INSTRUCTIONS – All the safety and operating instructions should be read before the product is operated.
RETAIN INSTRUCTIONS – The safety and operating instructions should be retained for future reference.
HEED WARNINGS – All warnings on the product and in the operating instructions should be adhered to.
CLEANING – Do not use liquid or aerosol cleaners to dust this product. Use a cloth lightly dampened with water for
cleaning.
ATTACHMENTS – Do not use attachments that are not recommended as they may cause a hazard.
WATER AND MOISTURE – Do not use this product near water; for example, near a bath tub, wash bowl, kitchen sink, or
laundry tub, in a wet basement, or near a swimming pool.
ACCESSORIES – Do not place this product on an unstable cart, stand, tripod, or table. The product may fall causing damage to the product.
VENTILATION – Slots and openings in the product housing are provided for ventilation, to ensure reliable operation of the
product, and to protect it from overheating the following should be observed:
• Openings should never be blocked by placing the product on a bed, sofa, rug, or similar surface.
• Do not stack other equipment on top of the RG2200.
• Maintain at least 2 inches of free space above the RG2200.
• Equipment should never be placed near or over a radiator or heat register, or in a built-in installation such as a
bookcase or rack unless proper ventilation is provided.
POWER SOURCES – This product should be operated only from the type of power source indicated on the marking label.
If you are not sure of the type of power supplied to your home, consult your local power company. For equipment
intended to operate from battery power or other sources, refer to the operating instructions.
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GROUND OR POLARIZATION – This product may be equipped with a polarized alternating current line plug (a plug having
one blade larger than the other). This plug will fit into the power outlet in only one way. This is a safety feature. If you
are unable to insert the plug fully into the outlet, try reversing the plug. If the plug should still fail to fit into the outlet,
contact an electrician to replace your obsolete outlet.
POWER CORD PROTECTION – Power cords should be routed so they are not likely to be walked on or pinched by items
placed upon or against them, paying particular attention to cords at plugs, convenience receptacles, and the point
where the plugs exit from the product.
POWER SOCKET OUTLET – Use a power socket outlet located near the equipment that is easily accessible.
LIGHTNING – For added protection for this product during a lightning storm, or when it is left unattended, unplug it from
the wall outlet. This will prevent damage to the video product due to lightning and power line surges.
OVERLOADING – Do not overload wall outlets and extension cords, as this can result in a risk of fire or electrical shock.
OBJECT AND LIQUID ENTRY – Never push objects of any kind into this product through openings as they may touch dangerous voltage points or short-out parts that could result in a fire or electrical shock. Never spill liquid of any kind on the
product.
SERVICING – Do not attempt to service this equipment yourself as opening or removing covers may expose you to dangerous voltage or other hazards. Refer all servicing to qualified service personnel.
DAMAGE REQUIRING SERVICE – Unplug this product from the wall outlet and refer servicing to qualified service personnel
under the following conditions:
• When the power supply cord or plug is damaged
• If liquid has been spilled or objects have fallen into the equipment
• If the product does not operate normally by following the operating instructions
• If the product has been dropped or the housing has been damaged
• When the product exhibits a distinct change in performance
SAFETY CHECK – Upon completion of any service or repairs to the product, ask the service technician to perform safety
checks to determine that the product is operating properly.
SAFETY
This section reviews important safety concepts for working with the optical and electrical equipment covered in this guide.
SAFETY ADVISORIES AND LABELS
Important warning notices, if any, are located on the back of the RG2200 about safety to people and equipment. Failure to
observe these rules and similar danger, caution, or warning notices can result in serious personal injury, service interruption, and equipment damage.
REPAIRS
If you find the unit in need of repair, contact your network service provider for repair or replacement. WARNING! Disconnect unit before servicing.
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INTRODUCTION
RG2200
Beneath the compact and stylish exterior of the RG2200 is a powerful media delivery system. The RG2200 is different from
other video boxes that you may have encountered. Some competitor boxes are designed to deliver one video/audio channel to a single TV and/or VCR device. In contrast, the compact RG2200 delivers the functionality of two or three high-quality digital video boxes in a single package. Depending on the model you have, the RG2200 can deliver separate xDSL
video services to up to three TVs at the same time. It also provides a high-speed xDSL modem for Internet access and telephony capabilities, such as Caller ID and Message Waiting display.
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ABOUT THIS MANUAL
The information in this manual is applicable to ADSL or VDSL versions of the Residential Gateway RG2200. The term
xDSL is a generic term, used in this manual, to refer to both ADSL and VDSL technologies.
GETTING STARTED on page 15 contains the information you use most frequently and helps you understand how the RG2200
works after your NSP (network service provider) has connected and programmed its functions. It also describes how to use
the RG2200 remote control to access and control the basic features of the RG2200.
ADVANCED USE on page 33 provides more technical information about the RG2200 and gives instructions about how to set
up and program your system.
CONFIGURATION EXAMPLES on page 57 illustrates possible component wiring configurations of the RG in your system to aid
you if you want to move your equipment or connect additional equipment such as an entertainment center or a new VCR.
CONNECTING YOUR PC TO THE INTERNET on page 53 briefly explains connecting your PC to the Internet using an optional
Ethernet card or HPNA card. Illustrations show configurations for setting up a LAN (local area network) in your home.
TROUBLESHOOTING on page 69 provides help for problem resolution.
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WHAT YOUR NETWORK SERVICE PROVIDER DOES
The NSP (network service provider) is the company that installs your telephone and data services, as well as possibly providing Internet service. Some telephone companies, however, use an ISP (Internet service provider) company to offer Internet service to their customers.
During the initial installation your NSP does the following:
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Installs the RG2200 and connects it to your home entertainment system.
Sets all features and services to which you have subscribed including:
• Wiring additional rooms with coaxial cable for secondary TVs.
• Connecting secondary TVs (TV2 and TV3) to the network and to any splitters and RAP(s) (remote antenna package) that are required.
Connects and configures your PC(s) to access the Internet.
Ensures that all the remote controls in your home used with your RG2200 are the correct model.
Installs the batteries in your remote control.
Programs your remote control(s) to operate a specific TV.
Provides labels for your remote controls to let you label one remote for each TV.
Writes the remote control IDs in the space provided (see form below).
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ABOUT RF CHANNELS
Your NSP sets your TV to operate on a specific RF channel. This setting allows you to receive video and audio broadcast
services.
Programming the TV to an RF channel is similar to setting a TV to a specific channel, such as channel 3, in order to view
movies played on your VCR. After the RF channel has been set, it is recommended that you do not change it, as you will no
longer be able to receive programming unless you retune your TV to a new RF channel.
Once your TV is tuned to the specified RF channel, the RG2200 and your remote allow you to surf through the channel lineup and tune to any program from any TV viewing location. The table below demonstrates how the TV outputs and the RF
channels work together to deliver video and audio programming.
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OUTPUT Ports
RF Channel1
TV1
NETWORK IN/TV OUT
TV2
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7, 8, 9 or 10
TV3 (VDSL only)
TV OUT
11, 12 or 13
3, 4, 5, or 6
1. These RF channels are representative only. Actual RF channels used will vary according to location
and will be determined by your NSP.
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WRITE YOUR REMOTE CONTROL AND OTHER IDS HERE
You may wish to label each of your remote controls so you can easily identify which TV they have each been programmed
to control. Ask your service provider for labels if they have not already been provided for you.
Write your remote control ID here:
TV1 _____ TV2 _____ TV3 _____
Write your TV code here:
TV1 _____ TV2 _____ TV3 _____
Write your Gateway ID here:
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OPTIONAL GATEWAY FEATURES
CLOSED CAPTIONING
The RG2200 supports closed captioning capability. Refer to your TV User’s Guide for instructions on how to use closed
captioning.
TELETEXT
Some televisions in European countries support Teletext. Teletext data is passed through the RG2200 to your television.
Refer to your TV’s User’s Guide for instructions on how to use Teletext.
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GETTING STARTED
This section contains basic information needed to get you started using your new RG2200 right away. This information is
covered in the following subsections:
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“Using Your RG2200” on page 16
“Using Your Remote Control” on page 19
“Changing Channels” on page 22
“Controlling TV Volume” on page 22
“Setting Up Channel Order and Your Favorite Channel List” on page 23
“Caller ID/Message Waiting” on page 25
“Using Pay-Per-View” on page 27
“Access Parental Control” on page 27
”Recording Your Favorite Programs” on page 28
”Cancelling Your Recording” on page 30
”Programming Your VCR Code (Optional)” on page 30
“Replacing Remote Control Batteries” on page 31
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USING YOUR RG2200
The illustration below shows the controls you need to be familiar with when using the RG2200. Go to the tables on the next
page for description of their function.
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The following table describes the buttons on the front of the RG2200. These buttons operate at the primary viewing location, which is TV1.
Symbol
Name
If you press the button, this happens.
1. SETUP
Displays the Gateway Menu.
2. UP arrow
Increases the channel number. When you are using the on-screen program guide or menu,
moves the cursor up.
3. DOWN arrow
Decreases the channel number. When you are using the on-screen program guide or menu,
moves the cursor down.
4. SELECT
While in the program guide or menu, selects the highlighted choice.
5. EXIT
Exits the current menu. Reboots (restarts) the RG2200 if pressed and held for 5 seconds or
more.
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LED symbols and descriptions.
LED
Symbol
RG2200 LEDs
6. STATUS
What the lights mean
If the LED is off, there is no power to the RG2200.
A blinking red LED indicates the RG2200 is attempting to communicate with the network.
A blinking amber LED indicates the RG2200 is communicating with the network.
A blinking green LED indicates the RG2200 is not ready to use.
A solid green LED indicates the RG2200 is communicating with the network and is ready to use.
7. ONLINE
No light, or off, indicates there is no active PC detected on the data port.
An amber light indicates the RG2200 has detected an active PC on the data port, but the RG2200 is not
yet ready for use.
A solid green LED indicates the RG2200 has detected an active Ethernet PC or hub on the Ethernet and
is ready for use.
8. RECORD
A red LED indicates a program is being recorded.
9. MESSAGE
A green LED indicates one or more voice mail messages are present.
When the LED is off there are no voice mail messages.
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USING YOUR REMOTE CONTROL
The remote control allows you to control TV viewing from anywhere in your home. Your NSP (or yourself) can program it to
operate your TV as well as your RG2200. The remote control operates by sending either IR (infrared) or UHF (ultra-high
frequency) signals to the RG2200. Your Network Service Provider programs your remote to operate in the most appropriate
mode for your home.
If your remote control is programmed for IR mode, it requires a direct line-of-sight in order to function. In other words, you
need to point an IR remote directly to the television or the RG2200. You can only use an IR remote to operate a TV that is
located in the same room as the RG2200. If your primary TV (TV1) located in a different room than the RG2200, the remote
must be programmed to use UHF mode.
Remote controls that control secondary TVs (TV2, TV3), are also programmed to operate in UHF mode.
REMOTE CONTROL MODELS
Two models of remote control can be used with the RG2200. They are the SRC-300 and the SRC-200. To tell which model
you have, consult the label on the back of the remote control. The SRC-300 and the SRC-200 differ slightly. Both are
described in the following sections.
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SRC-300 REMOTE CONTROL KEYS
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A. LED: Lights when any button on the remote is pressed. Also, when pressed and
held starts programming sequences.
B. Exit: Exits the current function.
C. Directionals: Move cursor in program guide and menus.
D. Info: Displays current channel and program guide and menus.
E. Day back: Moves program guide back 24 hours.
F. Back: In the browser, moves back to the previous screen.
G. Vol: Adjusts TV volume.
H. Mute: Mutes and unmutes TV sound.
I. VOD: Launches VOD (video on demand) menu, if provided.
J. Home: Displays web browser, if provided.
K. Number pad: selects channels.
L. Last: Tunes to last channel.
M. Power: Powers TV on/off and tunes to default channel.
N. A,B, C, D, and Text: Reserved for Teletext functions.
O. Page up and down: Pages up and down in interactive program guide and menus.
P. Select: Selects highlighted option.
Q. Day forward: Moves program guide forward 24 hours.
R. Play, Record, Pause, and Stop: Video on demand controls.
S. Ch. Changes program channel.
T. Guide: Displays interactive program guide.
U. PPV: Displays pay per view menu.
V. Call ID: Opens caller ID screen.
W. Menu: Displays main menu.
X. Fav: Scans through favorite channels.
SRC-200 REMOTE CONTROL KEYS
A. A: Starts Remote ID programming sequence and VOD, if provided.
B. PPV: Displays Pay Per View menu.
C. Call ID: Opens Caller ID screen.
D. Exit: Exits current menu and returns you to previous screen.
E. Directionals: Arrows move cursor in program guide & menu screens.
F. Fav: Scans through favorite channels.
G. Vol: Adjusts TV volume.
H. Mute: Mutes TV sound. When pressed and held, initiates TV Remote setup.
I. Number pad: Selects channels.
J. Day back: Moves program guide back 24 hours.
K. B: Starts Gateway ID programming sequence & browser, if provided.
L. Power: Powers TV on/off and tunes to default channel.
M. Menu: Displays Main Menu.
N. Page up and down: Pages up and down in program guide & menu screens.
O. Guide: Displays interactive program guide.
P. Select: Selects highlighted option.
Q. LastCh: Tunes to last channel.
R. Info: Displays current channel and program information.
S. Chan: Changes program channel.
T. Day back: Moves program guide forward 24 hours.
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ACTIVATING THE RG2200
The RG2200 doesn’t have an on/off button. However, if your NSP has activated the “One Touch Power” option, the
RG2200 can be put into a power saving mode when you use the POWER button on the remote to turn the TV off. It is reactivated when the TV is turned on using the same button.
CHANGING CHANNELS
To change the channel using the remote control buttons do one of the following:
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Press up or down on the channel key (labeled CHAN or Ch).
Enter the channel number on the number key pad and press Select.
Enter the channel number on the number key pad and wait 5 seconds; the RG2200 will go to the channel entered.
To change the channel using the RG2200 front panel buttons:
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Press the up or down key on the front panel.
CONTROLLING TV VOLUME
To raise or lower the volume on your TV using your remote control:
1. Press up or down on the VOL key.
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TO MUTE OR UNMUTE THE TV VOLUME USING YOUR REMOTE CONTROL
1. Press the MUTE key on the remote to mute your TV.
2. Press it again to unmute the TV.
SETTING UP CHANNEL ORDER AND YOUR FAVORITE CHANNEL LIST
You can use the remote control to select what channels will appear in your guide, set up your TV channel order or create a
list of your favorite channels. Once your favorite channel list is set up, it can be accessed by pressing the FAV button on
your remote control.
TO SELECT CHANNEL LIST
1. Press the MENU key on your remote control
The Main Menu screen of your interactive program guide is displayed.
2. Use the down (directional) key to highlight “Setup The Channels.”
3. Press SELECT.
An options screen is displayed.
4. Use the down (directional) key to highlight “Select Channels.”
5. Press SELECT.
6. Follow the instructions on the screen using your remote control buttons.
7. When you have completed your selection, press EXIT to return to the previous screen.
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TO ARRANGE THE CHANNEL ORDER
1. Press MENU.
The Main Menu screen of your interactive program guide is displayed.
2. Use the up or down (directional) key to highlight “Setup The Channels.”
3. Press SELECT.
An options screen is displayed.
4. Use the down (directional) key to highlight “Change Channel Order.”
5. Press SELECT.
6. Follow the instructions in the interactive program guide.
7. When you have completed your selection, press EXIT to return to the previous screen.
TO CREATE A FAVORITE CHANNEL LIST
1. Press MENU.
The Main Menu screen of your interactive program guide is displayed.
2. Use the down (directional) key to highlight “Setup The Channels.”
3. Press SELECT.
An options screen is displayed.
4. Use the down (directional) key to highlight “Favorite Channels.”
5. Press SELECT.
6. Follow the instructions in the interactive program guide to select your favorite channels.
7. When you have completed your selection, press EXIT to return to the previous screen.
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User Tip: Selecting channels to be included in the Favorite Channel List can also be performed in Pay-Per-View and when
in the program guide menu.
Now, whenever you access the program guide or press the FAV key on your remote control, the channels will be listed in
the order you selected.
CALLER ID/MESSAGE WAITING
If you have subscribed to Caller ID, Voice Mail or Call Waiting services with your NSP, these capabilities are enabled as
soon as the RG2200 is connected to the network.
When an incoming call arrives, the message LED on the front of the
RG2200 is illuminated and caller ID information appears in the upper lefthand corner of each of the TVs that is caller-ID enabled.
Incoming call from:
John Smith
555-1122
The information may include some or all of the following, depending on the
services available to you in your area.
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The caller’s name
The caller’s number
The date of the call
The time of call
You may also receive messages indicating the following conditions exist.
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The caller is out of the area
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The caller ID information is unavailable
Some of the caller information received is marked as private.
All caller ID information is added to the Call Log. The RG2200 maintains a log of the last 50 calls. Information that is
unavailable appears in the Call Log as unavailable or private. The log includes:
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The caller’s name
The caller’s phone number
The date
The time of the call
TO VIEW THE CALL LOG
1. Press the CALL ID key on your remote control.
The Caller ID Log is displayed. New calls appear with:
• An asterisk (*)
• Highlighted text
User Tip: Make changes to your Caller ID and Voice Mail setups by pressing the MENU button and then selecting “Telephone Services”.
2. Use the up or down (directional) keys to scroll through the list of calls in the Call Log.
3. Or, use the PAGE UP or PAGE DOWN buttons to scroll through pages of calls.
4. Press EXIT when you have finished.
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USING PAY-PER-VIEW
The RG2200 allows you purchase and cancel Pay-Per-View programs, create passwords that control the ability to purchase programs.
ORDER OR CANCEL PAY PER VIEW PROGRAMS USING YOUR REMOTE CONTROL
1. Press the PPV key on your remote control.
The interactive pay-per-view program guide is displayed.
2. Use your remote control and follow the instructions in the interactive program guide.
ACCESS PARENTAL CONTROL
The RG2200 allows you to use parental discretion about the TV programs or movies you want your children viewing. This
“parental lock” is easily set up and removed using your remote control. You can control access to programs of your choice
in several ways:
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Lock by channel
Lock by rating and content
Lock by time
The RG2200 also allows you the option to create passwords that control the ability to purchase programs and access
parental locks.
1. Press MENU on your remote control.
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The Main Menu screen is displayed.
2. Use the down (directional) key on your remote to highlight “Parental Control.”
3. Press SELECT.
An options menu is displayed. The options include:
• Parental Control Locks
• Setup Passwords
4. Highlight the action you want to perform.
5. Press SELECT.
6. Follow the instructions on your interactive program guide.
Important! If you have forgotten your password and are unable to access pay-per-view or the parental controls, contact
your NSP and have them reset your password.
RECORDING YOUR FAVORITE PROGRAMS
User Tip: When you are connecting your RG2200 to a VCR that has more than one AV input, be sure to plug into the
default, or primary input, which could be called AV-1 or L-1.
Make sure that your NSP has connected the VCR to the RG2200. For examples of VCR connections See “TV/VCR/Audio
Connections” on page 59.
1. Turn on your VCR.
2. Load the tape you want to record on.
3. Press GUIDE on your remote control.
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4. Highlight the channel you wish to record.
5. Press SELECT.
6. Start the record function on your VCR. (Consult your VCR user’s manual for the correct procedure.)
User Tip: If you don’t want caller ID or other messages to appear in a program you are recording, turn the caller ID feature
off. See User Tip on page 26.
SETTING UP YOUR RG2200 TO START YOUR VCR (OPTIONAL)
Note: The IR Blaster (see illustrations on page 68) must be installed and your VCR(s) must be programmed into the
RG2200 by your NSP before the RG2200 can be programmed to record your favorite program. If the IR Blaster hasn’t been
installed, contact your NSP. Not all NSPs support use of the IR Blaster.
To setup the RG2200:
1. Press GUIDE on your remote control.
2. Use the up or down key to highlight the program you wish to record.
3. Press SELECT.
An options menu is displayed.
4. Follow the interactive program guide instructions to set up the times to you want start and stop the recording.
User Tip: The record set up can be accessed from the Pay-Per-View menu so your pay-per-view selection can be
recorded at the time you choose.
When your programming is complete, the following occurs.
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The record LED on the front panel of RG2200 turns on.
Note: You cannot change channels while the recording is in progress.
CANCELLING YOUR RECORDING
If you want to cancel a recording in progress:
1. Press SELECT on your remote control.
2. Use the right key to highlight “Cancel.”
3. Press SELECT. Your recording will be canceled.
PROGRAMMING YOUR VCR CODE (OPTIONAL)
Not all NSPs support VCR codes.
1. Turn on VCR.
2. Put a recordable tape into the VCR.
3. Press Menu on the remote control.
The Main Menu is displayed.
4. Use the down (directional) key to highlight “Setup VCR.”
5. Press SELECT.
An options menu is displayed.
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6. If you know your VCR brand and code, highlight “Quick VCR Setup.” See ”VCR Codes” on page 78 for a list of compatible VCRs.
7. Press SELECT.
An interactive action menu is displayed.
8. Follow the instructions in the menu.
9. If you don’t know your VCR code, highlight “Complete VCR Setup.”
10. Press SELECT.
An interactive action menu is displayed.
11. Follow the instructions on the menu.
REPLACING REMOTE CONTROL BATTERIES
1. Remove the battery compartment cover by holding the remote control with its back facing you, then pressing the battery cover at the thumb depression and sliding it off.
2. Install two 1.5V AA alkaline batteries, aligning positive and negative terminals according to the diagrams in the battery
compartment.
3. Replace the remote control battery cover, snapping it into place.
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ADVANCED USE
You will need the information in this section if you want to change the default settings that were set up by your NSP or
reprogram your remote control because it is not working correctly.
Note: Your NSP programs your RG2200 and remote control when your system is first connected. The NSP also programs
the same Gateway ID (this is the ID of your RG2200) into all the remote controls in your home. If there is more than one
RG2200 in your home, your NSP programs the Gateway ID into each remote control that communicates with a specific
RG2200.
CHANGING OR PROGRAMMING SETTINGS
By using the remote control, the RG2200 front-panel buttons, and on-screen menus, you can perform the following tasks.
•
•
•
•
•
•
Determine the Gateway ID
Set the Gateway ID
Determine the Remote Control ID
Set the Remote Control ID
Determine the remote control Operating Mode
Set the remote control Operating Mode
•
•
•
•
•
Program TV Code
Verify the TV RF channel
Set the Display Language
Set up Secondary Audio
Set the EADS (Emergency Alert Device Support) display
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DETERMINING THE GATEWAY ID
Check, ”Write Your Remote Control and Other IDs Here” on page 13. Your NSP may have already recorded the Gateway’s
ID on this page or on the back of the remote. If the ID has not been recorded, perform the following steps.
1. Press the SETUP button on the front panel of the RG2200. (See “Using Your RG2200” on page 16 for an illustration
and description of this button and other buttons on the RG2200s.)
The Gateway Menu screen will be displayed on your TV.
Gateway Menu
SEP 3
3:22 PM
TV Setup
Remote Control Setup
Exit
Use and , then press SELECT
Use EXIT to return to program viewing
2. Use the down key on your remote control to move down to Remote Control Setup.
3. Press SELECT on your RG2200 or your remote control.
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The Remote Control Setup screen will been displayed.
Remote Control Setup
2200V3000
Press Source or PPV button on Remote now
Press EXIT to return to the main menu.
4. Press PPV on your remote control.
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The screen lists the ID for the remote, identifies which TV this remote controls, and shows the Gateway ID.
Remote Control Setup
2200V3000
Press Source or PPV button on Remote now
Remote ID for this Remote is:
This remote is set to Control TV:
The Gateway ID is set to:
1
1 (Ch 6)
222
Press EXIT to return to the main menu.
If the Gateway ID programmed into your remote control does not match the Gateway ID of the RG2200, the system
prompts you to reset the Gateway ID.
For future reference, write down the Gateway ID number displayed in ”Write Your Remote Control and Other IDs Here”
on page 13.
5. Press EXIT twice on your remote to exit the Remote Control Setup and Gateway Menus.
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SETTING THE GATEWAY ID
Depending upon the model of the remote control, instructions are as follows.
SRC-300
SRC-200
1. Press the LED key and hold it down until the LED
flashes rapidly.
2. Press the REC key. The LED stops blinking at this point
and stays on solid.
3. Press the B key. The remote is now in programming
mode. You can set the GATEWAY ID.
4. Enter the 3-digit code assigned to your RG2200. The
valid range is 004 - 999 for SRC-300s in native mode.
For SRC-300s in SRC-200 Compatibility mode, the
range is 004 - 255. Enter a number with 3-digits, even if
it contains leading zeroes. Examples of valid values are:
009, 012, 354, or 988.
1. Press the B key and hold it down until the LED at the
top of the remote flashes rapidly.
2. Release the B key.
3. Enter the following three key sequence: 7-8-9. The
remote is now in programming mode. You can set the
GATEWAY ID.
4. Enter the 3-digit code assigned to your RG2200. The
valid range is 004 - 255. You must enter a number with
3-digits, even if it contains leading zeroes. Examples of
valid values are: 009, 012, 124, or 255.
If you entered the Gateway ID correctly, the LED blinks several times. If the value was not entered successfully, the LED
goes off and the remote control returns to normal operation. Repeat the steps above to try again. See ”Determining the
Gateway ID” on page 34 to verify the Gateway ID.
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DETERMINING THE REMOTE CONTROL ID
Depending upon the model of the remote control, instructions are as follows.
SRC-300
SRC-200
1. Press the LED key for 3 seconds until the LED flashes. 1. Press the A button and hold it down until the LED at the
top of the remote flashes rapidly.
2. Press the INFO key. The LED stops blinking at this point
and stays on solid.
2. Press the FAV button and watch the LED.
3. Press the A key and watch the LED.
Following are the sequences of flashing that indicate how your remote control ID is programmed.
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•
•
A short burst of flickering indicates a 0 (zero). A number of longer, steady blinks indicates a non-zero digit, such as
the following.
<pause> <long blink> <long blink> <long blink> indicates a “3.”
After blinking, the remote returns to normal operation.
Number of flashes
Remote Control ID
Mode
Rapid flickering
For TV1, which is in the same room as your RG2200
IR (Infra Red)
1
Remote TV1: Primary TV is in a different room than the RG2200.
UHF (ultra high frequency)
2
Remote TV2.
UHF
3
Remote TV3 (3-stream models only)
UHF
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SETTING THE REMOTE CONTROL ID
Your NSP uses the following table when programming your remote control ID to work with each TV in your household. You
may use it, too.
Remote Control ID
0
Operates TV
Mode
Local TV1--TV in same room as RG. Remote is set to operate in IR mode.
IR
1
Remote TV1--TV in a different room than the RG.
UHF
2
TV2 (remote TV).
UHF
3
TV3 (3-stream models only).
UHF
To program the remote control ID:
SRC-300
SRC-200
1. Press and continue to hold the A button until the LED at
1. Press the LED key and hold it down until the LED
the top of the remote flashes rapidly.
flashes rapidly.
2. Press the REC key. The LED stops blinking at this point 2. Enter the following three-digit sequence: 7-8-9. The
remote is now in programming mode.
and stays on solid.
3. Enter the single-digit remote control ID from the table
3. Press the A key. The remote is now in programming
on page 39.
mode.
4. Enter the single-digit remote control ID from the table
on page 39.
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Note: Valid single-digit codes are 0, 1, 2 (and 3, with 3-stream models).
If you entered an invalid sequence or a 20-second lapse in button presses occurs, the LED turns off and the remote control
returns to standard operation.
If you correctly entered the single-digit code, the LED flashes on and off and then remains off.
Once you have set the remote control ID, write 0, 1, 2, or 3 on labels and place these labels on the TV and the remote to
help you identify the TV and the remote to which it is assigned. Your Network Service Provider may have already done this.
Repeat this procedure for each remote control.
DETERMINE THE REMOTE CONTROL OPERATING MODE (SRC-300 ONLY)
1.
2.
3.
4.
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Press the LED key for three seconds until the LED flashes.
Press the INFO key. The LED stops blinking at this point and stays on solid.
Press and release the D key. When the D key is released, the LED immediately turns off.
Watch the LED.
The Operating Mode is indicated by a blink sequence. A short burst of flickering blinks indicates a '0' (SRC-200 Compatibility Mode) while a single blink indicates a '1' (SRC-300 Native Mode.) There is a 1-second pause before the LED
turns on.
Once the LED sequence has completed, the SRC-300 returns to normal mode operation.
SET THE REMOTE CONTROL OPERATING MODE (SRC-300 ONLY)
The SRC-300 remote control operates older RG models as well as newer models. To allow for this, the remote can be set
to operate in either SRC-200 Compatibility Mode or SRC-300 Native Mode. When in SRC-200 Compatibility Mode, the
SRC-300 transmits IR/UHF messages that use the same format as the SRC-200 remote control (messages are 16-bits in
length.) When in SRC-300 Native Mode, the SRC-300 transmits IR/UHF messages using the 18-bit message format. The
default operating mode is SRC-200 Compatibility mode.
To program the operating mode:
1. Press and hold the LED key until it starts to blink.
If an invalid code is entered or a 20 second lapse in button presses occurs, the LED will turn off and the remote control
will return to normal operation. You will need to begin the procedure from step 1.
2. Press the REC key. The LED stops blinking and stays solid.
3. Press and release the D key.
The LED temporarily turns off. Releasing the key causes the LED to light up again.
4. Press 0 to select SRC-200 compatibility mode or 1 to select SRC-300 native mode.
The new Operating Mode is then stored in the device.
Important! If the Operating Mode had been 1 (SRC-300 Native Mode) and is now set to zero (SRC-200 Compatibility
Mode), then the Gateway ID is reset to zero and also stored in the device.
Once changes have been made, the remote control resumes normal operation. If the value entered was not valid (a keypress other than 0 or 1,) the LED indicates the error by turning off immediately and the remote returns to normal operation.
(All values in the device remain unchanged.)
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PROGRAMMING THE TV CODE
Your Network Service Provider programs each remote control to work with one TV by way of a TV code. The TV Code is a
specific code for each brand and model of TV. When a TV code is set, the remote control is ready to operate the TV. The
TV codes can be programmed manually, or they can be scanned. Each of the methods is described below.
To program the TV code if you know the three-digit code (see ”TV Codes - SRC-200” on page 76):
SRC-300
SRC-200
1. Press the MUTE button and hold it down until the LED
1. Press the LED key and hold it down until the LED
at the top of the remote control flashes rapidly.
flashes rapidly.
2. Press the REC key. The LED stops blinking at this point 2. While the LED button is flashing, enter the three digit
code that corresponds to the brand name of the TV.
and stays on solid.
See “TV Codes - SRC-200” on page 76.
3. Press and release the C key. The remote is now in programming mode.
4. Enter the three-digit code that corresponds to the brand
name of the TV. See “TV Codes - SRC 300” on page
73.
If the code is valid, the LED will flash on and off three times and then remain off.
If an invalid code is entered or a 20 second lapse in button presses occurs, the LED will turn off and the remote control will
return to normal operation. You will need to repeat the above procedure to program the TV code.
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PROGRAMMING THE TV CODE USING CODE SEARCH METHOD
To program a TV code by using the search or scan method:
SRC-300
SRC-200
1. Press the LED key and hold it down until the LED
1. Press the MUTE button and hold it down until the LED
flashes rapidly.
at the top of the remote control flashes rapidly.
2. Press the REC key. The LED stops blinking at this point 2. (Continue with step 3 below.)
and stays on solid. (Continue with step 3 below.)
3. Press and release the POWER key. The remote is now in TV code scan programming mode.
4. Press the up key to scan through all TV codes. ** When you reach the correct TV code, the TV will automatically turn
on, or off if it was previously on. Note that the LED will flash rapidly once you have scanned through all the codes, and
then it will continue to go through the codes again in a continuous wrap.
5. Press the SELECT button to store the TV code. The LED flashes rapidly, then stops, indicating that the TV code has
been stored.
6. Repeat procedure for each remote control.
7. If you press the up key too rapidly, you may pass the TV code before the time the TV turns on or off. If you are not
sure you are storing the correct TV code, press the down key slowly to cycle back through codes that have been previously scanned.
8. When the TV turns off, or on if it was previously off, press SELECT at that point to store the TV code.
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VERIFYING THE TV CODES
To playback the TV code:
SRC-300
SRC-200
1. Press the MUTE button and hold it down until the LED
1. Press the LED key and hold it down until the LED
at the top of the remote control flashes rapidly.
flashes rapidly.
2. Press the FAV button. The remote is now in playback
2. Press the INFO key. The LED stops blinking at this
mode.
point and stays on solid.
3. Press and release the C key. The remote is now in play- 3. Observe the LED. The TV code will be indicated by a
blink sequence for each number. See example below.
back mode.
4. Observe the LED. The TV code will be indicated by a
blink sequence for each number. See example below.
For example, code 130 would show as the following:
<pause> <long blink> <off> (represents 1)
<pause> <long blink> <long blink> <long blink><off> (represents 3)
<pause> <short burst of flickering blinks> <off> (represents 0)
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VERIFYING AND SETTING OTHER FEATURES
The TV Setup menu allows you read the TV RF settings, as well as set Secondary Audio, Display Language and the EADS
display. These settings are accessed in the TV Setup Menu.
ACCESSING THE TV SETUP MENU
To access TV Setup Menu:
1. Press the SETUP button on the front panel of the RG2200.
The Gateway Menu is displayed on your TV screen.
2. Use the down or up key on the RG2200 or the remote to highlight
TV Setup.
3. Press the SELECT button on the RG2200 or the remote control.
Gateway Menu
SEP 3 3:22 PM
TV Setup
Remote Control Setup
Exit
Use and , then press SELECT
Use EXIT to return to program viewing
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The TV Setup menu is displayed on your TV screen.
Note: The SELECT button on the remote control opens the Gateway menu only on the TV/Source that the remote control is programmed to operate. If you press SELECT and nothing happens,
you need to determine which TV the remote operates. See “Determining the Remote Control ID” on page 38.
TV Setup Menu
SEP 3 3:22 PM
TV1
TV2
TV3
Position Graphics Display
Exit
Use and , then press SELECT
Use EXIT to return to program viewing
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VERIFYING THE TV (RF) SETTING
1. Press SETUP button on the RG2200 front panel.
The Gateway Menu is displayed.
2. Use the down or up key on the RG2200 or the remote control to scroll to TV Setup.
3. Press SELECT.
The TV Setup Menu will be displayed on your TV.
4. Use the down or up key on the remote control to highlight the TV you want to examine.
5. Press SELECT.
For example, if you selected TV1, the Setup 1 menu will be displayed. The selected RF setting is displayed, in this case chanSetup 1
nel 6 has been selected.
Note: Your Network Service Provider sets up the initial RF channel
settings and your TV to provide program channels by programming
the output to a specific RF channel. If you need to change the RF
channel settings, it is recommended that you call your NSP to do
this for you.
TV (RF) Channel
Secondary Audio
Display Language
Emergency Alert Device Support
TV
SEP 3 3:22 PM
6
Spanish
English
OFF
4:3
6. Press the EXIT button twice to exit back to the program screen.
Use and to select item
Use and to change value
Use EXIT to return to previous menu
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SECONDARY AUDIO: SPECIFYING A PREFERRED LANGUAGE
Secondary audio allows you to select a preferred language for each TV.
Your NSP may deliver up to four audio programs with each video program. Your NSP may specify, for example, English as
the first language, Spanish as the second, French as the third and Chinese as the fourth. If the preferred language is available, the alternate language audio track will be transmitted with the video program.
If a selected language is not provided on a particular channel, the RG2200 defaults to the primary language provided with
the program. For example, if you are watching a Spanish-only channel, Spanish audio is played regardless of the Secondary Audio Display option.
1. Press the SETUP button on the RG2200.
The Gateway Menu is displayed.
2. Use the up and down keys to highlight the TV Setup option.
3. Press SELECT.
The TV Setup menu is displayed.
4. Use the up and down keys to highlight the TV that you want to modify (TV1, 2 or 3).
5. Press SELECT.
The Setup TV# menu is displayed.
6. Use the up or down key on your RG2200 or remote control to highlight Secondary Audio.
7. Use the left and right keys to cycle through the alternate languages until the language you want is displayed.
8. Press the EXIT button twice to return to the program screen.
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DISPLAY LANGUAGE
1. Press the SETUP button on the RG2200.
The Gateway Menu is displayed.
2. Use the up and down keys to highlight the TV Setup option.
3. Press SELECT.
The TV Setup menu is displayed.
4. Use the up and down keys to highlight the TV that you want to modify (TV1, 2 or 3).
5. Press SELECT.
The Setup TV# menu is displayed.
6. Use the up or down key on your RG2200 or remote control to highlight Display Language.
7. Press the right key to highlight the default language, which was English in the previous examples.
8. Continue to press the right key in the language field until the language you want appears. Available languages are
English, Spanish, French, and Norwegian.
9. When you have selected the preferred language, press EXIT to return to the Main Menu screen.
EADS (EMERGENCY ALERT DEVICE SUPPORT)
Your NSP enables the EADS (Emergency Alert Device Support) on each TV when service is established. If you would like
to disable or change the EADS settings, use the following directions:
1. Press the SETUP button on the RG2200.
The Gateway Menu is displayed.
2. Use the up and down keys to highlight the TV Setup option.
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3. Press SELECT.
The TV Setup menu is displayed.
4. Use the up and down keys to highlight the TV/Source that you want to modify.
5. Press SELECT.
The Setup (TV#) menu appears on your TV screen.
6. Use the up and down keys to highlight Emergency Alert Device Support.
7. Press the right or left keys to enable/disable Emergency Alert Device Support.
8. Press EXIT to return to the previous menu.
If Emergency Alert Device Support is enabled, the following occurs for all EAS (Emergency Alert System) broadcasts:
• You hear a two-tone attention signal during Emergency Alert broadcasts.
• The RG2200 automatically tunes your TV to the channel that is broadcasting the EAS message.
• The emergency message appears at the top of your TV screen.
A FLASH FLOOD WARNING HAS BEE
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If EADS is not enabled, one of the following occurs, depending on the type of EAS broadcast:
• You hear a two-tone attention signal.
• A pop-up message appears on your TV screen to advise you of what type
of emergency has occurred and the channel you should tune for more
information.
• The RG2200 automatically tunes your TV to the channel that is broadcasting the EAS message.
Flash Flood Warning
For national and required monthly testing alerts, the RG2200 automatically
Tune to Channel 6 for information
tunes the TV to the EADS channel.
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CONNECTING YOUR PC TO THE INTERNET
Important: Connecting your PC to the Internet and setting up the communications protocols on your PC should be done by
your NSP. The following illustrations are for reference if you to move or replace your PC(s).
ETHERNET CONNECTIONS
Important: Although they appear identical, the CAT 5 cable that connects your RG2200 to your NSP (Network Service Provider) may be wired differently than the RJ-45 cable that connects your PC to the RG2200. Do not switch these two cables.
If the cables are switched, the network connection to your RG2200 or your Ethernet connection to your PC may not operate. It is recommended that you label the two cables to avoid inadvertently switching them.
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Single PC connected to the Internet through the RG2200
NETWORK IN
NETWORK IN/
TV OUT
TV OUT
S-VIDEO
VIDEO
AUDIO-L AUDIO-R
IR
BLASTER
AC-3
110-230 VAC
50-60 Hz
13A MAX
ETHERNET
RJ-45
CAT 5 Ethernet
cable
RJ-45
PC
The RG2200 Ethernet output can connect to multiple PCs through the use of a hub. Whether all PCs connected in this
manner can be provided with Internet access service depends on your NSP.
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Multiple PCs connected to the Internet through the RG2200.
N ETWORK IN
N ETWORK IN/
TV O UT
TV OUT
S-VID EO
VID EO
AUDIO -L AUDIO-R
IR
BLASTER
AC -3
1 10-230 VAC
50 -60 Hz
13A MAX
ETHERNET
Ethernet hub
CAT5 Ethernet
cable
PC
CAT5 Ethernet cable
PC
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CONFIGURATION EXAMPLES
Your Network Service Provider installs the RG2200 and connects all your electronic devices to the RG2200. However, you
may need the information in this section if you ever want to do any of the following:
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•
•
Move existing devices to a different location
Add new devices to your system
Reconfigure existing connections
Note: The RG2200 should be located in the area with your primary TV (TV1) and your home entertainment system.
When you rearrange your equipment, be sure to unplug and plug in your equipment in the following order:
1.
2.
3.
4.
Unplug all electronic devices, including the TV, VCR, and RG2200.
Disconnect all cables between your electronic devices.
Make your planned changes.
Reconnect the cables between these devices.
User Tip: When you are plugging your RG2200 in to a VCR that has more than one AV input, be sure to plug your
RG2200 into the default, or primary input, which could be called AV-1 or L-1. Consult your VCR user’s manual.
5. After you have connected the cables, first plug in the RG2200.
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RG2200 back panel.
NETWORK IN
1
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
10.
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NETWORK IN/
TV OUT
2
TV OUT
3
S-VIDEO
4
VIDEO
5
AUDIO-L AUDIO-R
6
NETWORK IN.
NETWORK IN/TV OUT.
TV OUT.
S-VIDEO.
VIDEO (composite).
AUDIO L and AUDIO R.
DIGITAL AUDIO (Dolby Digital or AC-3 on S/PDIF connector).
Port cover for optional ETHERNET or HPNA (future) card.
IR BLASTER.
AC power.
IR
BLASTER
AC-3
7
8
9
110-230 VAC
50-60 Hz
13A MAX
10
TV/VCR/AUDIO CONNECTIONS
TV OUT (VHF) to TV1.
NETWORK IN
NETWORK IN/
TV OUT
TV OUT
S-VIDEO
VIDEO
AUDIO-L AUDIO-R AC-3
IR
BLASTER
110-230 VAC
50-60 Hz
13A MAX
TV1
VHF/UHF
IN
Video1 Video2
S-Video
Video In
Audio L
Audio R
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VIDEO (composite)/AUDIO-L/AUDIO-R to TV1.
NETWORK IN
NETWORK IN/
TV OUT
TV OUT
S-VIDEO
VIDEO
AUD IO-L AUD IO-R
IR
BLASTER
AC-3
110-230 VAC
50-60 H z
13A MAX
TV1
VHF/UHF
IN
Video1 Video2
S-Video
Video In
Audio L
Audio R
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S-VIDEO/AUDIO-L/AUDIO-R to TV1.
NETWORK IN
NETWORK IN/
TV OUT
TV OUT
S-VIDEO
VIDEO
AUDIO-L AUDIO-R
IR
BLASTER
AC-3
110-230 VAC
50-60 Hz
13A MAX
TV1
VHF/UHF
IN
Video1 Video2
S-Video
Video In
Audio L
Audio R
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TV OUT (VHF) to VCR/TV1.
NETWO RK IN
NETWO RK IN/
TV OUT
TV O UT
S-VIDEO
VIDEO
AUDIO -L AUDIO-R
IR
BLASTER
AC-3
110-230 VAC
50-60 Hz
13A MAX
VCR
ANTENNA IN
OUT TO TV
TV1
VHF/UHF
IN
Video1 Video2
S-Video
Video In
Audio L
Audio R
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Composite VIDEO with AUDIO-L/AUDIO-R to VCR and TV1.
NETWORK IN
NETWORK IN/
TV OUT
TV OUT
S-VIDEO
VIDEO
AUDIO-L AUDIO-R
AC-3
IR
BLASTER
110-230 VAC
50-60 Hz
13A MAX
VCR
TV1
VIDEO IN
VIDEO OUT
AUDIO IN
AUDIO OUT
VHF/UHF
IN
Video1 Video2
S-Video
Video In
Audio L
Audio R
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S-VIDEO and AUDIO-L/AUDIO-R to audio receiver and TV1.
NETWORK IN
NETWORK IN/
TV OUT
TV OUT
S-VIDEO
VIDEO
AUDIO-L AUDIO -R
AC-3
audio receiver
AUDIO IN
AUDIO OUT
TV1
VHF/UHF
IN
Video1 Video2
S-Video
Video In
Audio L
Audio R
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IR
BLASTER
110-230 VAC
50 -60 Hz
13A MAX
S-VIDEO/Digital Audio to audio receiver and TV1.
NETWORK IN
NETWORK IN/
TV O UT
TV OUT
S-VIDEO
VIDEO
AUDIO-L AUDIO-R
IR
BLASTER
AC-3
110-230 VAC
50-60 Hz
13A MAX
audio receiver
DIGITAL AUDIO IN
AUDIO IN
AUDIO OUT
TV1
VHF/UHF
IN
Video1 Video2
S-Video
Video In
Audio L
Audio R
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Basic home entertainment center.
NETWO RK IN
NETWORK IN/
TV O UT
TV O UT
S-VIDEO
VIDEO
AUDIO -L AUDIO -R
IR
BLASTER
AC-3
110-230 VAC
50-60 Hz
13A MAX
TV1
VHF/UHF
VCR
IN
Video1 Video2
S-Video
Video Out
Video In
L
Audio L
AUDIO IN
VIDEO IN
VIDEO OUT
AUDIO OUT
R
Audio R
audio receiver
AUDIO IN
L
R
L
R
AUDIO OUT
L
left speaker
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R
L
SPEAKER OUT
R
right speaker
Advanced home entertainment center with Surround Sound (with Dolby Digital 5.1 capability).
NETWORK IN
N ETWORK IN/
TV O UT
TV O UT
S-VIDEO
VIDEO
AUDIO-L AUDIO -R
AC-3
IR
BLASTER
110-230 VAC
50-60 H z
13A MAX
TV1
VHF/UHF
IN
Video1 Video2
S-Video
VCR
Video Out
Video In
Audio L
VIDEO IN
AUDIO IN
VIDEO OUT
AUDIO OUT
Audio R
audio receiver
AUDIO IN
DIGITAL AUDIO IN
FRONT CENTER BACK
SURROUND AUDIO OUT
AUDIO OUT
left front
speaker
left rear
speaker
center
speaker
woofer
right front
speaker
right rear
speaker
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IR Blaster connection and positioning.
NETWORK IN
NETWORK IN/
TV OUT
TV OUT
S-VIDEO
VIDEO
AUDIO-L AUDIO-R
IR
BLASTER
AC-3
IR Blaster port
IR Blaster
cable from IR
Blaster port
VCR
IR Blaster
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110-230 VAC
50-60 Hz
13A MAX
TROUBLESHOOTING
This section describes what to do if your system is not working correctly. Study the following tables to find possible causes
and solutions to the problem.
Problem
Remote doesn’t work
Remote will not accept programming changes
Possible Cause
Dead batteries.
Change the batteries in your remote according to the instructions on page 31.
Obstruction between the remote
and the RG2200 or IR Transmitter.
Make sure that nothing is on or blocking a clear line of sight between the RG2200 and
the remote.
Weak batteries.
Replace batteries and reprogram.
Remote will not operate at
Weak or dead batteries.
secondary viewing locations Using wrong remote for that TV.
No sound
Try This
Replace batteries.
Check remote label to be sure you are using correct remote control.
Obstruction between the remote
and the TV.
Make sure that nothing is on or blocking a clear line of sight between the TV and the
remote.
MUTE is pressed on the remote
control.
Press MUTE on the remote to restore volume level.
TV code not programmed.
Refer to “Programming the TV Code” on page 42.
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Problem
No picture
Possible Cause
Try This
TV or RG2200 may not be activated.
Refer to “Getting Started” on page 15.
Cable signal may not be reaching your home.
Make sure all cables are connected properly and that your TV is tuned to the correct RF
channel (for example 6,7, or 13) for the TV you are using (TV-1, TV-2, or TV-3). If the
baseband video output on the RG2200 is connected to the VIDEO IN input on the TV,
make sure the TV is set to the correct video input.
VCR may be set incorrectly.
Check to see how the VCR is connected to the RG2200. If the baseband video output
on the RG2200 is connected to the VCR, the VCR must be ON and programmed to
VIDEO IN.
Make sure VCR/TV is set to TV.
Make sure the TV is set to the correct TV or video input.
No picture
Your RG2200 has recently
received a software download.
Sometimes after a download the
system fails to operate. You may
need to restart your RG2200.
To restart your RG2200, press and hold down the power button on the front panel for 5
seconds.
Picture is distorted
Coaxial cable is disconnected or
loose.
Reconnect or tighten the cable.
Blue or black TV screen
No video supplied to TV.
If VCR is connected using RCA jacks, VCR must be ON to provide picture.
Snowy picture on all TVs
VCR is on at this location and TV Call your NSP to reset your RF channel.
is on wrong channel.
Only one stereo speaker
has sound
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TV is on wrong channel for
Source.
Call your NSP to reset your RF channel.
Audio connections are loose.
Reconnect audio connections.
Check to make sure that no wires are frayed and no plugs are bent or broken.
Problem
No power
Possible Cause
Power cord is disconnected.
Try This
Check to make sure that the RG2200 is plugged into a live electrical outlet.
Note: If the outlet is controlled by a wall switch, make sure the switch is on.
VCR will not record
VCR is on wrong channel.
See “Changing Channels” on page 22.
VCR is programmed incorrectly.
Refer to the VCR User’s Manual.
VCR is not connected properly.
See “TV/VCR/Audio Connections” on page 59.
VCR is connected with RCA
Place the VCR on the LINE input. This can be accomplished using the VCR menu or
jacks and is not in correct mode. changing the VCR channel until the display on the VCR indicates LINE.
VCR will not play tapes
Safety tab on tape is broken.
Use a new tape.
TV on wrong channel for playback or not using the correct
input.
Tune TV to correct RF channel.
VCR is not connected properly.
See “TV/VCR/Audio Connections” on page 59.
Amber On-line LED
You don’t have on-line services.
Call your Network Service Provider to initiate service.
Amber Network LED
The Gateway is not ready for
use.
Unplug power connection on back of Gateway then reconnect if light stays on more than
10 minutes.
Message on TV screen:
“There is a problem with the
network, Third video not
available.”
TV program temporarily not
available.
Wait several seconds and try again. If you are still unable to make the channel change,
turn off one of the other TV programs by shutting off the TV with the remote. The
RG2200detects that the TV program is no longer being watched. This should free up
programming for the other TV and should allow you to receive video on the third TV.
Or, you are unable to make
channel changes.
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CONTACTING YOUR NETWORK SERVICE PROVIDER FOR HELP
If you are unable to fix the problem yourself, contact your NSP for assistance. Depending on the problem you are having,
your NSP may ask for your RG2200’s model number. To find out what the model number is:
•
•
Press the SETUP button on the front panel of the RG2200. The GATEWAY menu appears.
Select Remote Control Setup. The model number appears in the upper right-hand corner of the screen. For example,
RG2BV30000.
Be sure that the remote control you are using came with your RG2200. Using more than one type of remote with the
RG2200 does not work. Your NSP equips you with a set of remote controls that are all of the same type and model. For
information about setting up and programming your system using the RG2200 remote control as well as setting up features
such as Emergency Alert Services and Caller ID, see the second section of this manual, see “Advanced Use” on page 33.
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TV AND VCR CODES
TV CODES - SRC 300
This section lists TV models that are
compatible with the SRC-300. If you do
not find the TV code you need in the
list, call your NSP.
TV and Codes
TV and Codes
Craig: 021, 041
Audio Dynamics: 238
Crown: 041, 098, 224
BPL: 144
Curtis-Mathes: 005, 006, 010, 016, 018, 027,
059, 098, 125, 131, 194, 202, 210, 224, 231,
251
Bell & Howell: 018, 194
AOC: 005, 006, 019, 024, 032, 120, 140
Broksonic: 005, 010, 027, 174, 176, 225, 226,
245
Admiral: 003, 018, 041, 087, 125, 129, 187, 194,
210
CXC: 041
Aiko: 024
Aiwa: 194, 251
Akai: 000, 005, 006, 032, 070, 072, 075, 107,
108, 120, 135, 139, 149
Alaron: 187
Amark: 032, 098, 120, 224
Amstrad: 033
Anam: 005, 009, 021, 032, 041, 120, 121, 183
Anam-National: 211
Archer: 032, 120
TV and Codes
Audiovox: 024, 032, 041, 120, 130
Candle: 005, 006, 022, 025
Capehart: 019
Carver: 010, 027
Centurion: 005, 006, 194
Citizen: 005, 006, 010, 016, 018, 022, 024, 025,
027, 098, 202, 224
Daewoo: 005, 010, 024, 027, 029, 030, 032,
098, 120, 130, 214, 215, 224, 247, 250, 252
Daytron: 006, 024, 098, 194, 224
DBX: 238
Denon: 052
Dimensia: 125
Dixi: 010, 027, 032, 120
Dumont: 001
Concerto: 005, 010, 027
Electrohome: 072, 098, 149, 224, 240
Contec: 017, 041, 054, 181, 185, 227
Emerson: 005, 017, 033, 035, 037, 038, 039,
041, 054, 098, 130, 132, 141, 143, 176, 181,
185, 187, 194, 203, 222, 223, 224, 225, 226,
227, 251, 252, 253
Corando: 098, 224
Coronado: 098, 224
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TV and Codes
TV and Codes
TV and Codes
Envision: 006
Jensen: 056
Fisher: 042, 099, 194, 217
KEC: 041
Marantz: 005, 006, 010, 027, 068, 072, 149,
237, 238
Fujitsu: 187
KMC: 098, 224
Marta: 223
Funai: 024, 041, 132, 187, 251
KTV: 005, 006, 039, 041, 098, 224
Matsui: 010, 027, 032, 109, 120
Futuretech: 041
Kawasho: 061
GE: 003, 005, 008, 009, 043, 087, 125, 130,
143, 147, 165, 182, 183, 206, 210, 211, 228,
231, 233, 248
Kenwood: 006, 235, 251
Memorex: 005, 018, 032, 072, 120, 149, 187,
194, 219, 223, 242, 244, 248, 251
Goldstar: 005, 006, 010, 027, 045, 098, 168,
194, 223, 224, 230, 238
Gradiente: 057, 060
Granada: 010, 027
Hallmark: 005
Harman Kardon: 238
Hinari: 010, 027, 187
Hitachi: 005, 017, 018, 024, 048, 049, 050, 051,
052, 053, 054, 055, 098, 116, 126, 142, 160,
185, 224, 231, 251
Kloss: 022, 110, 175
Konka: 236
Mitsubishi: 005, 006, 017, 054, 070, 071, 072,
123, 129, 149, 187, 194, 239, 240
LXI: 003, 005, 010, 027, 087, 125, 129, 131,
132, 194, 223, 251
Multitech: 041, 251
Lloytron: 098, 224
Lodgenet: 018
Loewe: 010, 027
Logik: 018
Luxman: 005
MGA: 005, 006, 071, 072, 149, 187, 194, 240
MTC: 005, 006, 010, 016, 024, 027, 202, 251
Infinity: 010, 027
Magnasonic: 010, 024, 027, 129, 131, 187
JBL: 010, 027
Magnavox: 000, 005, 006, 008, 010, 017, 024,
025, 027, 054, 067, 068, 098, 110, 132, 154,
167, 175, 187, 194, 216, 224, 231, 237, 251,
254
JC Penney: 003, 005, 006, 014, 016, 043, 072,
087, 096, 098, 125, 131, 149, 165, 194, 202,
206, 210, 223, 224, 231, 238, 242
JVC: 057, 059, 060, 234, 235, 238
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Midland: 001, 003, 087, 165
Majestic: 018
NAD: 002, 005, 131, 166
NEC: 005, 006, 007, 183, 191, 194
National: 008, 010, 011, 012, 027, 146, 190, 211
Nikkai: 010, 027, 113, 131
Onwa: 041
Optimus: 012, 166, 194, 242
Optonica: 129
Orion: 010, 027, 037, 176, 212, 225, 226
Osume: 017, 054
Panasonic: 008, 009, 010, 011, 012, 127, 148,
165, 177, 183, 211, 218, 231, 241, 242
Philco: 005, 006, 010, 024, 025, 027, 052, 067,
068, 072, 098, 110, 149, 175, 176, 183, 216,
224, 237, 251
TV and Codes
Philips: 005, 006, 010, 025, 027, 068, 098, 136,
137, 138, 150, 220, 216, 223, 224, 237, 251
Pioneer: 002, 008, 048, 051, 076, 131, 166, 235
Portland: 005, 024, 098, 224
Proscan: 005, 125, 147, 152, 210, 233
TV and Codes
TV and Codes
Sansui: 176, 225, 235, 251
Techwood: 005, 165
Sanyo: 042, 089, 092, 109, 184, 194, 217, 219,
244
Teknika: 005, 010, 016, 018, 022, 024, 025, 027,
041, 072, 098, 114, 149, 187, 202, 223, 224,
251
Scott: 005, 006, 037, 041, 093, 098, 187, 194,
224, 247
Telerent: 018, 098, 224
Pulsar: 001, 024, 248
Sears: 003, 005, 010, 016, 027, 042, 087, 096,
098, 099, 101, 102, 104, 125, 131, 132, 184,
187, 194, 202, 217, 223, 224, 251
Quasar: 008, 009, 012, 165, 183, 211, 231, 242
Sharp: 017, 054, 098, 129, 141, 200, 224, 254
Toshiba: 016, 017, 054, 096, 131, 194, 202,
240, 245, 247
Signature: 010, 018, 027, 251
Totevision: 098, 223, 224
Sony: 000, 109, 180, 189, 232
Universal: 043, 206
Soundesign: 005, 025, 041, 187, 251
Vector Research: 006, 238
Radio Shack: 003, 005, 041, 072, 087, 098, 141,
149, 194, 224, 230, 242, 251
Spectricon: 032, 120
Victor: 057, 060, 235
Starlite: 041
Realistic: 005, 006, 035, 041, 098, 141, 194,
222, 223, 224, 251
Video Concepts: 070, 238, 251
Supra: 005, 022
Vidtech: 005
Runco: 001, 006, 243
Sylvania: 005, 006, 010, 024, 025, 027, 068,
098, 110, 132, 175, 194, 224, 237, 240, 251
Viking: 022
SAA: 145
Symphonic: 132, 179, 251
SSS: 005, 041
Wards: 000, 005, 006, 010, 018, 027, 043, 067,
068, 125, 141, 182, 187, 194, 206, 224, 251
TIVO: 136, 137, 138
Saba: 051, 116, 142
Westinghouse: 037, 041, 130, 176, 194
TMK: 005
Saisho: 032, 033, 109, 120
Yamaha: 005, 006, 238, 251
Tandy: 098, 113, 129, 224, 251
Sampo: 006, 019, 156, 194
Yorx: 006, 194
Tatung: 009, 010, 027, 183, 211
Samsung: 005, 006, 010, 016, 027, 032, 098,
120, 155, 157, 167, 194, 202, 219, 221, 224,
229, 244, 246, 247
Teac: 251
Zenith: 001, 018, 024, 178, 223, 225, 235, 248,
249, 251
Technics: 008, 012, 165, 242
Zonda: 032, 120
Proton: 005, 006, 013, 019, 098, 224
RCA: 003, 005, 008, 014, 048, 063, 072, 078,
079, 080, 082, 084, 085, 086, 087, 125, 130,
147, 149, 160, 182, 183, 210, 231, 233, 251,
254
Teletech: 032, 120
Thomson: 051, 116, 142
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TV CODES - SRC-200
This section lists TV model s that are
compatible with the SRC-200. If you do
not find the TV code you need in the
list, call your NSP.
TV and Codes
TV and Codes
Centurion: 194
Futuretech: 041
Citizen: 005, 006, 016, 018, 022, 024, 025, 098,
202, 224
GE: 003, 005, 008, 009, 043, 125, 130, 147,
206, 210, 211, 228, 231, 248
Concerto: 005
Contec: 017, 041, 185, 227
Goldstar: 005, 010, 045, 098, 194, 223, 224,
230, 238
Corando: 224
Hallmark: 005
Craig: 021, 041
Harmon Kardon: 238
Crown: 098
Hinari: 187
Amark: 120, 224
Curtis-Mathes:005, 006, 016, 018, 059, 098,
125, 194, 202, 210, 224, 231
Hitachi: 005, 018, 048, 049, 050, 051, 052, 053,
054, 055, 098, 126, 185, 224, 231, 251
Amstrad: 033
DBX: 238
Infinity: 010
Anam: 005, 009, 021, 041, 120, 121
Daewoo: 005, 024, 029, 030, 032, 098, 214,
215, 224, 247, 252
JBL: 010
Anam-National: 211
Archer: 120
Daytron: 098, 194, 224
Audio Dynamics: 238
Dimensia: 125
Audiovox: 120
Electrohome: 098, 224, 240
Bell & Howell: 018
Emerson: 005, 017, 033, 035, 037, 038, 039,
041, 098, 143, 176, 185, 187, 203, 222, 223,
224, 225, 226, 227, 251
TV and Codes
AOC: 005, 006, 019, 120, 140
Admiral: 018, 194, 210
Aiwa: 194, 251
Akai: 000, 005, 032, 070
Broksonic: 005, 174, 225, 226
CXC: 041
Candle: 005, 006, 022, 025
Capehart: 019
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JC Penney: 003, 005, 006, 014, 016, 043, 096,
098, 125, 194, 206, 210, 223, 224, 231, 238,
242
JVC: 057, 059, 060, 235, 238
Jensen: 056
KMC: 224
KTV: 005, 039, 041, 098, 224
Fisher: 042, 194, 217
Kawasho: 061
Fujitsu: 187
Kenwood: 006, 235, 251
Funai: 041, 187, 251
Kloss: 022, 110
TV and Codes
TV and Codes
TV and Codes
LXI: 003, 005, 010, 125, 129, 131, 194, 223,
251
Optonica: 129
Saba: 051
Orion: 225, 226
Saisho: 032, 033, 109
Lloytron: 224
Osume: 017
Sampo: 006, 019, 194
Lodgenet: 018
Panasonic: 008, 009, 010, 011, 012, 177, 211,
231, 242
Samsung: 005, 006, 010, 016, 032, 098, 194,
202, 221, 224, 244, 246, 247
Philco: 005, 006, 010, 025, 067, 068, 110, 224,
237, 251
Sansui: 225, 235
Philips: 005, 010, 025, 027, 068, 220, 223, 224,
237, 251
Scott: 005, 037, 041, 093, 098, 187, 194, 224,
247
Pioneer: 002, 048, 051, 076, 235
Portland: 005, 098, 224
Sears: 003, 005, 042, 096, 098, 099, 101, 102,
104, 125, 131, 187, 194, 202, 217, 223, 224
Majestic: 018
Proscan: 125, 147, 210
Sharp: 017, 098, 129, 141, 200, 224, 255
Marantz: 005, 006, 010, 068, 237, 238
Proton: 005, 006, 013, 019, 098, 224
Signature: 018, 251
Marta: 223
Pulsar: 001, 248
Sony: 000, 017, 109, 180
Matsui: 032, 109
Quasar: 008, 009, 211, 231, 242
Soundesign: 005, 025, 041, 251
Memorex: 018, 032, 194, 223, 242, 244, 248,
251
RCA: 003, 005, 014, 048, 078, 079, 080, 082,
084, 085, 086, 087, 125, 147, 210, 231, 251,
255
Spectricon: 120
Logik: 018
Luxman: 005
MGA: 005, 006, 071, 072, 187, 194, 240
MTC: 005, 006, 016, 202
Magnavox: 000, 005, 006, 010, 017, 025, 027,
067, 068, 110, 154, 167, 175, 194, 224, 231,
237, 251, 255
Mitsubishi: 005, 017, 070, 071, 072, 123, 149,
187, 194, 239, 240
NAD: 002, 131
Radio Shack: 005, 041, 098, 141, 194, 224,
230, 242
NEC: 005, 006, 007, 191, 194
Realistic: 041, 141, 194, 222, 223, 224, 251
National: 008, 010, 011, 012, 190, 211
Runco: 243
Onwa: 041
SAA: 145
Optimus: 242
SSS: 005, 041
Sanyo: 017, 042, 089, 092, 109, 194, 217, 244
Supra: 005, 022
Sylvania: 005, 006, 010, 025, 068, 098, 110,
194, 224, 237, 240, 251
Symphonic: 32, 251
TMK: 005
Tandy: 098, 113, 129, 251
Tatung: 009, 211
Teac: 251
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TV and Codes
TV and Codes
Technics: 008, 242
Victor: 057, 235
Techwood: 005
Video Concepts: 070, 238, 251
Teknika: 005, 010, 016, 018, 022, 024, 025,
041, 072, 098, 114, 187, 202, 223, 224, 251
Vidtech: 005
Telerent: 018, 224
Teletech: 032
Wards: 000, 005, 006, 010, 018, 043, 067, 068,
125, 141, 187, 194, 206, 224, 251
Thomson: 051
Westinghouse: 194
Toshiba: 016, 017, 096, 131, 194, 202, 240, 247
Yamaha: 005, 006, 238, 251
Totevision: 098, 223, 224
Yorx: 194
Universal: 043, 206
Zenith: 001, 018, 223, 225, 235, 248, 249, 251
Vector Research: 006, 238
Zonda: 120
Viking: 022
VCR CODES
This table lists the VCR models and
code numbers that are compatible with
the IR Transmitter. If you do not find the
code you need in the list shown, call
your NSP. Not all NSPs support use of
the IR Blaster. These codes are exclu-
sively for use with RG2200s equipped
with an IR Transmitter.
Akai: 106, 053, 041, 061
VCR and Codes
Admiral: 048, 209
Adventura: 000
Aiko: 278
Aiwa: 307, 000, 037
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VCR and Codes
America Action: 278
American High: 035
Asha: 240
Audiovox: 037
Beaumark: 240
VCR and Codes
VCR and Codes
VCR and Codes
Bell & Howell: 104
Fisher: 047, 104, 054, 066
Lloyd's 000, 208
Broksonic: 121, 184, 002, 209, 211, 479
Fuji: 033, 035
Logik: 072
CCE: 072, 278
Funai: 000
MEI: 035
Calix: 037
GE: 035, 060, 048, 202, 240
MGA: 043, 061, 240
Canon: 035
Garrard: 000
MGN Technology: 240
Capehart: 020
Go Video: 432, 526, 232
MTC: 000, 240
Carver: 081
GoldStar: 037, 038
Magnasonic: 278
Cineral: 278
Gradiente: 008, 000
Magnavox: 035, 081, 000, 039, 149
Citizen: 278, 037
Grundig: 195
Magnin: 240
Colt: 072
Harley Davidson: 000
Marantz: 081, 035
Craig: 037, 072, 047, 240, 271
Harman/Kardon: 038, 081
Marta: 037
Curtis Mathes: 035, 041, 060, 162
Harwood: 068, 072
Matsushita: 035, 162
Cybernex: 051, 240
Headquarter: 046
Daewoo: 278, 561, 020, 045
Hitachi: 042, 105, 000, 041
Memorex: 104, 047, 000, 037, 048, 035, 046,
240, 307, 039, 209, 162
Daytron: 020
HI-Q: 047
Minolta: 105, 042
Denon: 042
Hughes Network Systems: 042
Mitsubishi: 043, 173, 061, 048, 067
Dynatech: 000
JVC: 067, 008, 041
Motorola: 035, 048
Electrohome: 037
Jensen: 041
Multitech: 000, 072
Electrophonic: 037
KEC: 037, 278
NAD: 058
Emerex: 032
KLH: 072
NEC: 038, 040, 041, 067, 104
Emerson: 184, 002, 209, 278, 036, 121, 211,
208, 479, 561, 061, 088, 212, 000, 037, 043,
068
Kenwood: 041, 067, 038
Nikko: 037
Kodak: 035, 037
Nikon: 034
LXI: 037
Noblex: 240
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VCR and Codes
VCR and Codes
VCR and Codes
Olympus: 035
Randex: 037
Teac: 000, 041
Optimus: 162, 048, 058, 037, 104, 432
Technics: 035, 162
Optonica: 062
Realistic: 000, 104, 047, 048, 037, 035, 062,
046, 066
Orion: 479, 002, 184, 209
Ricoh: 034
Thomas: 000
Panasonic: 035, 162, 077, 225, 616
Runco: 039
Toshiba: 045, 210, 212, 043, 066, 366
Penney: 035, 240, 037, 042, 038, 040, 054
STS: 042
Totevision: 037, 240
Pentax: 042, 105
Samsung: 045, 051, 053, 240
Unitech: 240
Philco: 035, 209, 479
Sanky: 039, 048
Vector: 045
Philips: 081, 035, 062
Sansui: 041, 479, 000, 067, 209, 271
Vector Research: 038, 040
Pilot: 037
Sanyo: 047, 046, 104, 240
Video Concepts: 040, 045, 061
Pioneer: 058, 067
Scott: 184, 211, 121, 043, 045, 210, 212
Videosonic: 240
Portland: 020
Sears: 054, 105, 037, 042, 000, 035, 046, 047,
066, 104
Wards: 035, 060, 062, 000, 047, 212, 240, 042,
048, 072, 081, 149
Semp: 045
White Westinghouse: 278, 209
Sharp: 048, 062
XR-1000: 072, 000, 035
Shintom: 072
Yamaha: 038
Shogun: 051, 240
Zenith: 039, 000, 033, 034, 209, 479
Profitronic: 240
Proscan: 060, 202
Protec: 072
Pulsar: 039, 051
Quarter: 046
Quartz: 046
Quasar: 035, 162, 077
RCA: 060, 149, 202, 042, 105, 035, 048, 077,
106, 240
Singer: 072
Sony: 033, 034, 032, 000, 035
Note: The IR Transmitter is not compatible
Sylvania: 035, 081, 000, 043
with:
Symphonic: 000
Radio Shack: 000
TMK: 036, 208, 240
Radix: 037
Tatung: 041
80
Teknika: 000, 035, 037
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Samsun VCR/TV model number
CDX1342
Philips VCR model number VRX364AT
SPECIFICATIONS
Cabling Requirements
Input/Output
Cable (connector)
NETWORK IN
CAT 5 (RJ-45)
DOLBY DIGITAL AUDIO(AC-3)
shielded phono cable (RCA male)
AUDIO L/R
shielded phono cable (RCA male)
VIDEO
shielded phono cable (RCA male)
S-VIDEO
S-video
NETWORK IN/TV OUT
coax (F male)
TV OUT
coax (F male)
ETHERNET
CAT 5 cable (RJ-45)
HPNA (future)
telephone cable (RJ-11)
IR BLASTER
n/a (3.5 mm mini male)
Power Requirements
Condition
normal operation
Power Consumption (watts)
<30 watts, 100-240VAC 50-60Hz
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Environmental
Temperature Range
0 to 45°C
Humidity Range
(non-condensing)
Storage Range
-40°C to + 80°C
5% to 95%
Dimensions
Height
2 5/8 in. (6.67cm)
Width
15 5/8 in. (39.7cm)
Depth
11 3/8 in. (28.9cm)
CERTIFICATIONS
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GR-1089-CORE
FCC Title 47 Part 15, Class B
UL 1950
UL and CSA 1950, and CE
ASTM D (mechanical shock and vibration standards)
FCC STATEMENT OF COMPLIANCE
This device complies with Part 15 of the FCC Rules. Operation is subject to the following two conditions: (1) this device
may not cause harmful interference, and (2) this device must accept any interference received, including interference that
may cause undesired operation.
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NOTICE This equipment has been tested and found to comply with the limits for a Class B digital device, pursuant to Part 15
of the FCC Rules. These limits are designed to provide reasonable protection against harmful interference in a residential
installation. This equipment generates, uses and can radiate radio frequency energy and, if not installed and used in accordance with the instruction manual, may cause harmful interference to radio communications. However, there is no guarantee that interference will not occur in a particular installation. If this equipment does cause harmful interference to radio or
television reception, which can be determined by turning the equipment off and on, the user is encouraged to try to correct
the interference by one or more of the following measures:
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Reorient or relocate the antenna.
Reorient or relocate the receiving antenna.
Increase the separation between the equipment and receiver.
Connect the equipment into an outlet on a circuit different from that to which the receiver is connected.
Consult the dealer or an experienced radio/TV technician for help.
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INDEX
A
about this manual 10
Advanced Use 33
B
batteries
remote control 31
buttons
remote control 20, 21
RG2200 16
RG2200, front panel 17
C
cable requirements 81
Certifications 82
changing channels 22
using the remote control 22
using the RG2200 buttons 22
channel list
select 23
channel order
favorite 23
setting up 23
closed captioning 14
codes
TV (SRC-200) 76–78
TV (SRC-300) 73–75
VCR 78–80
Controlling TV Volume 22
D
dimensions 82
Display Language 49
changing 49
down key, about 17
E
Emergency Alert Device Support 49–51
entertainment center 67
advanced, illustrated 67
basic, illustrated 66
Ethernet connections 53
single PC 54
F
FCC statement of compliance 82
front panel
buttons 17
G
Gateway ID 37
determining 34–36
setting 37, 40, 43
Gateway Menu, illustrated 34, 45
Getting Started 15
I
IDs
Gateway, determining 34–36
Important Safeguards 5
Internet
connecting multiple PCs 55
Internet connections
PCs, multiple 54
Introduction 9
IR, about 19
L
language alternatives 48
M
message waiting 25
mute TV volume 23
N
Network Access Provider
finding 72
Network Service Provider
Services 11
P
Parental Control 27
parental locks 27
pay-per-view
using 27
plugging in devices 57
power requirements 81
preface 5
R
recording your favorite programs 28
remote control 19
buttons (SRC-200) 21
buttons (SRC-300) 20
buttons, described 20, 21
using 19
remote control ID
setting 39–40
remote control ID form 13
Remote Control ID menu, illustrated 36
remote control ID, determining 38
Remote Control Setup menu, illustrated 35
replacing remote control batteries 31
RF channels, about 12
RF settings 47
RF settings, verifying 47
RG2200
using 16
RG2200 buttons, illustrated 16
RG2200 front panel
Exit button, about 17
Message LED, about 18
Online LED, about 18
Record LED, about 18
Select button, about 17
Setup button, about 17
Status LED, about 18
Up key, about 17
S
Safety 7
advisories and labels 7
repairs 7
secondary audio 48
settings
changing 33
programming 33
Setup Menu, illustrated 47
Setup TV menu 45, 46
Specifications 81
SRC-200 remote control
TV codes, list 76–78
SRC-300 remote control
TV codes, list 73–75
Surround Sound, wiring illustrated 67
T
Teletext 14
temperature
operating range 82
troubleshooting 69–71
blue or black screen 70
no picture 70
no power 71
no sound 69
picture distortion 70
remote control won’t change channels 69
replacing remote control batteries 31
snowy picture 70
VCR will not play tapes 71
VCR will not record 71
TV codes 76
obtaining, using the code search method 43
programming 42
SRC-200, list 76–78
SRC-300, list 73–75
TV Setup Menu, illustrated 46
TV volume
controlling 22
TV/VCR/Audio Connections 59–67
TVs
closed captioning 14
programming 45–46
U
UHF, about 19
unmute TV volume 23
unplugging devices 57
V
VCR codes 78–80
programming 30
VCR, plugging into 57
VCR, using the RG2200 to start 29
video recording 28
W
wiring
advanced home entertainment center with Surround
Sound 67
basic home entertainment center 66
composite video with AUDIO-L/AUDIO-R and TV1 63
S-VIDEO and AUDIO-L/AUDIO-R to audio receiver and
TV1 64
S-VIDEO/AUDIO-L/AUDIO-R to TV1 61
TV OUT to TV1 59
TV OUT to VCR/TV1 62
VIDEO/AUDIO-L/AUDIO-R to TV1 60