Radio Shack 7-in-1 Remote Control with Lighted Keypad Owner`s manual

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Please read before using this equipment.
Owner’s Manual
7-in-One IR/RF
Remote Control
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INTRODUCTION
Your RadioShack 7-in-One IR/RF Remote
Control can replace up to seven infrared remote controls. You can use it to control your
TV, VCR, cable converter, satellite receiver,
CD player, tuner, phonograph, video accessory, digital audio tape, cassette, laser disc
player, or DVD player.
Unlike some universal remote controls, this
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 device’s remote controls you want to
replace (by entering 4-digit codes).
This manual includes a list of many manufacturers’ 4-digit codes for your devices. After
you enter the codes for your original remotes, the 7-in-One IR/RF Remote is ready
to operate the original remotes’ most used
functions.
The 7-in-One transmits both infrared (IR) and
radio frequency (RF) signals, so you don’t
need to be within “line-of-sight” to control devices. With the supplied IR/RF Command
Center, you can use the remote to control devices in any room of your home.
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CONTENTS
Preparation .....................................................
Installing Batteries .....................................
Setting the Clock .......................................
Quick Setup ...............................................
5
5
6
7
A Look at Your Remote ................................. 9
Setting Up the 7-in-One ...............................
To Operate Your TV .................................
To Operate Your VCR ..............................
To Operate Your TV/VCR Combination ...
To Operate Your Cable Converter ...........
To Operate Your Satellite Receiver .........
To Operate Your CD Player .....................
To Operate Your Tuner/Receiver .............
To Operate Your Amplifier .......................
To Operate Other Devices .......................
14
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
Special Features ..........................................
Searching for a Code ..............................
Using Favorite Channel Scan ..................
Clearing Favorite Channel Scan .............
Using the Sleep Function ........................
Converting Device Keys ..........................
Punch-Through ........................................
Using the Macro Keys .............................
Setting Up Timed Sequences ..................
Setting Up the Home Theater Key ..........
Clear All ...................................................
Using the IR/RF Command Center .........
24
24
25
27
27
29
29
31
32
34
36
36
Manufacturer Codes ....................................
Amplifiers .................................................
Cable Converters ....................................
Cassette Decks .......................................
CD Players ..............................................
Digital Audio Tape Players ......................
DVD Players ............................................
Home Automation ....................................
Laser Disc Players ..................................
Miscellaneous Audio ...............................
Phonographs ...........................................
Satellite Receivers ...................................
Televisions ...............................................
Tuners/Receivers ....................................
39
39
40
42
44
48
48
48
49
50
50
51
52
60
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TV/VCR Combinations ............................. 64
VCRs......................................................... 65
Video Accessories ................................... 72
Troubleshooting ........................................... 73
Care ............................................................... 75
Specifications ............................................... 76
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PREPARATION
INSTALLING BATTERIES
Your RadioShack 7-in-One requires four
AAA batteries (not supplied), available at
your local RadioShack store.
Cautions:
• Use only fresh batteries of the required
size and recommended type.
• Do not mix old and new batteries, different types of batteries (standard, alkaline, or rechargeable), or rechargeable
batteries of different capacities.
To install the batteries:
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.
If the batteries are installed correctly and the
red indicator does not light when you press
POWER, replace the batteries.
Note: Removing the batteries will not require you to reprogram your remote control
because the 7-in-One IR/RF Remote Control
has unlimited memory backup.
Cautions:
• Dispose of old batteries promptly and
properly. Do not burn or bury them.
• Always remove old or weak batteries.
Batteries can leak chemicals that can
destroy electronic parts.
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Notes:
• After you install batteries, the remote
performs a test of the display for 10 seconds or until you press a key.
• To extend battery life, the display turns
off after 10 seconds of keypad inactivity
and turns on again when you press any
key.
• Device codes you have programmed
into the 7-in-One remain stored in memory while you replace the batteries.
However, you must reset the clock.
SETTING THE CLOCK
Follow these steps to set the clock on the 7in-One’s display.
1. Hold down P until TIMED SEQ appears.
2. Press
twice. CONFIGURE appears.
3. Press SELECT. THEATR SEL appears.
4. Press
again. TIME SETUP appears.
5. Press SELECT. TIME appears and the
first digit in the time flashes. Enter the
time in 12-hour format. AM/PM flashes.
6. If necessary, press
to toggle between
AM and PM, then press SELECT. The
day of the week display appears.
7. Use
and
to toggle through the
days of the week until the current day
appears, then press SELECT. The currently selected device and the correct
time appear.
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QUICK SETUP
The steps in this section tell you how to
quickly set up the 7-in-One to operate all of
your devices.
To set up devices individually, or add a device after you have set up the 7-in-One, see
the appropriate section under “Setting Up the
7-in-One” on Page 14.
Note: For the best operation, you should be
within 15 feet of the device you want to control.
Follow these steps for quick setup:
1. Turn on all of the devices you are setting
up.
2. Press TV.
3. Hold down P until TIMED SEQ appears.
4. Press
. CODE SETUP appears.
5. Press SELECT. DEV SET UP appears.
6. Press SELECT again. TV appears.
7. Enter the fist four-digit TV code listed for
your TV’s brand in “Televisions” on
Page 52 then press SELECT.
Note: If the 4-digit code begins with
zero, only the last 3-digits will appear on
the display.
8. Point the remote at your TV and press
POWER. Your TV should turn off. If it
does not, enter the next code from the
list and press SELECT then POWER
again. When your TV turns off, press
VCR. VCR appears.
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9. Enter the first four-digit VCR code listed
for your VCR’s brand in “VCRs” on
Page 65 or “TV/VCR Combinations” on
Page 64 then press SELECT.
10. Point the remote at your VCR and press
POWER. Your VCR should turn off. If it
does not, enter the next code from the
list and press SELECT then POWER
again. When your VCR turns off, press
CBL. CABLE appears.
11. Continue setting up devices by pressing
the appropriate device key, entering
your device’s code and pressing
SELECT. Refer to the code list for the
type of device you want to set up:
Setup Codes for
Page
Amplifiers
39
Cable Converters
40
Cassette Decks
42
CD Players
44
DAT Players
48
DVD Players
48
Home Automation
48
Laser Disc Players
49
Miscellaneous Audio
50
Phonographs
50
Satellite Receivers
51
Tuner/Receivers
60
Video Accessories
72
12. Once the 7-in-One is operating all of
your devices, press ESCAPE to stop programming.
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A LOOK AT YOUR REMOTE
AMP, TUNER, TV, CBL, CD, VCR, SAT — lets
you select the device you want to control.
PLUG ’N POWER — allows you to control
lamps and appliances with your 7-in-One IR/
RF Remote Control. This feature requires
additional equipment that is available at your
local RadioShack store.
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HOME THEATER — lets you operate all of the
most commonly used home theater functions
in one mode.
POWER — turns the remote on and off, and
controls All Lights On in the PLUG ‘N POW-
ER mode.
MENU — works like the Menu or OSD (on-
screen display) key on your original remote.
Use
,
,
, and
(Menu Up, Down,
Right, and Left) to navigate your on-screen
menus. If your original remote had a Select
key to select menu options, use SELECT in its
place. Use CLEAR (SHIFT + SELECT) to exit/
clear menus. See your device’s original owner’s manual for more detailed instructions on
using menus.
Notes:
•
, , , and
also control the Rear
Level +/– and Balance Right/Left functions in AMP or TUN mode, and Disc +/–
and Track +/– in CD mode.
• SELECT also controls Tape Mon in AMP
or TUN mode, Disc Select in CD mode,
and the Fetch function in the on-screen
menu of an RCA satellite system.
PROGRAM (SHIFT + MENU) — operates your
satellite system’s and cable converter’s
Guide function, as well as any device’s secondary menus.
SURROUND — operates the surround mode.
It also operates the favorite channel function
in SAT and CBL modes, 10+ (to access
tracks numbered higher that 10) in CD mode,
and the DISC function of a laser disc player.
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SHIFT — besides those functions described
elsewhere in this manual, works with these
keys to control advanced features:
Mode
VCR
Key
PLAY
Function
SLOW
REW
REW SLOW (SLOW –)
FFWD
FFWD SLOW (SLOW +)
STOP
EJECT
PAUSE
X2
Satellite
Receiver
AUDIO +
Receiver/
Tuner/Amplifier
CENTER LEVEL +
AUDIO –
CENTER LEVEL –
DELAY +
DELAY –
Laser Disc/
Cassette/
DVD
CD
PLAY
REVERSE PLAY
REW
REW SLOW
FFWD
FFWD SLOW
STOP
EJECT
PAUSE
X2
STOP
EJECT
ESCAPE — lets you exit the remote’s dis-
played menu.
CENTER and REAR (SHIFT + CENTER) —
work like the Add and Delete keys on your
original TV remote, the DISC A and B keys
on your laser disc remote, or the SAT and
AUDIO keys of a satellite system remote.
VOL + (Volume Up), VOL – (Volume Down)
and MUTE — control the volume like the Vol-
ume Up and Down and Mute keys on your
original remote. In the PLUG ‘N POWER
mode, VOL +/ VOL – operates Bright and Dim
and MUTE operates ALL OFF.
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SLEEP (SHIFT + MUTE) — controls the Sleep
Timer in TV, CABLE, SAT, and AMP or TUN
modes for devices which have this feature. If
your device does not have a Sleep Timer,
SLEEP activates the remote’s built-in sleep
timer.
CH + (Channel Up) and CH –
(Channel
Down) — work like the Channel Up and
Down keys on your original remote. CH + and
CH – also control preset Up/Preset Down in
AMP or TUNER mode and ON/OFF in the
PLUG ‘N POWER mode.
Digit Keys (0–9) — work like the digit keys
on your original remote. They also control Input Selections in AMP or TUNER mode.
ENTER — works like the Enter key on your
original remote (for example, direct channel
access).
TV/VIDEO — works like the TV/Video key on
your original TV remote, and TV/SAT key on
your original satellite remote. TV/VIDEO also
controls TV/VCR in VCR mode, A/B in cable
and CD modes, and Input Select in AMP or
TUN mode.
LAST (Last Channel) — works like the Previ-
ous Channel or Recall key on your original
remote. It also operates the RANDOM functions in the CD and AMP or TUNER modes.
AUDIO and VIDEO (Macro Keys) — memorize up to 15 keystrokes, so you can repeat
them in sequence in any mode at the press
of a single key.
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REW (Rewind), PLAY, FFWD (Fast Forward),
REC (Record), STOP, and PAUSE — work like
the transport keys on your original VCR or
Laser Disc player remotes. To guard against
accidental recording, you must press REC
twice before recording.
PIP — controls your TV or VCR’s Picture-in-
Picture feature. Works like the VIEW key on
your Satellite receiver’s remote.
FREEZE (SHIFT + PIP) — freezes your Picture-in-Picture window.
SWAP — swaps the Picture-in-Picture win-
dow and the main picture.
FAV/SCAN (Scan or Favorite Channel Scan)
— can be programmed to scan through your
ten favorite channels or left unprogrammed
to scan all channels.
MOVE — moves the Picture-in-Picture win-
dow around the screen. Works like the Nest
key on your satellite receiver’s remote.
— lets you turn the remote’s backlight
and display on and off. When you press
to turn on the backlight, the backlight stays lit
for 5 seconds then lights again anytime you
press a key. To turn off the backlight feature,
press again.
P — lets you use the remote’s displayed
menu to program your 7-in-One.
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SETTING UP THE 7-IN-ONE
Note: For the best operation, you should be
within 15 feet of the device you want to operate.
TO OPERATE YOUR TV
Locate the codes for your TV in “Televisions”
on Page 52 and write them down on the supplied label.
Note: Some manufacturers have several
codes listed. Try each until you find the right
one. The brands are listed in alphabetical order, with the most popular codes listed first.
Then follow these steps to program the 7-inOne to operate your TV.
1. Turn on your TV.
2. Press TV then hold down P until TIMED
SEQ appears.
3. Press
. CODE SETUP appears.
4. Repeatedly press SELECT until TV
appears.
5. Enter the first four-digit code listed for
your TV’s brand, then press SELECT.
Note: If the 4-digit code begins with
zero, only the last 3-digits will appear on
the display.
6. Point the 7-in-One at your TV and press
POWER. Your TV should turn off. If it
does not, enter the next code from the
list and press SELECT then POWER
again. When your TV turns off, press
ESCAPE to stop programming.
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TO OPERATE YOUR VCR
Locate the codes for your VCR in “VCRs” on
Page 65 and write them down on the supplied label.
Note: Some manufacturers have several
codes listed. Try each until you find the right
one. The brands are listed in alphabetical order, with the most popular codes listed first.
Then follow these steps to program the 7-inOne to operate your VCR.
1. Turn on your VCR and insert a tape.
2. Press VCR then hold down P until
TIMED SEQ appears.
3. Press
. CODE SETUP appears.
4. Repeatedly press SELECT until VCR
appears.
5. Enter the first four-digit code listed for
your VCR’s brand, then press SELECT.
Note: If the 4-digit code begins with
zero, only the last 3-digits will appear on
the display.
6. Point the 7-in-One at your VCR and
press POWER or PLAY. Your VCR
should turn off or start to play. If it does
not, enter the next code from the list and
press SELECT then POWER or PLAY
again. When your VCR turns off or
plays, press ESCAPE to stop programming.
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TO OPERATE YOUR TV/VCR
COMBINATION
Locate the codes for your TV/VCR Combination in “TV/VCR Combinations” on Page 64
and write them down on the supplied label.
Notes:
• Some manufacturers have several
codes listed. Try each until you find the
right one. The brands are listed in
alphabetical order, with the most popular
codes listed first.
• Some TV/VCR combinations require a
second code to control volume. If you
cannot get the volume to work, use the
TV code listed in the “TV/VCR Combinations” on Page 64.
Then follow these steps to program the 7-inOne to operate your TV/VCR Combination.
1. Turn on your TV/VCR Combo and insert
a tape.
2. Press VCR then hold down P until
TIMED SEQ appears.
3. Press
. CODE SETUP appears.
4. Repeatedly press SELECT until VCR
appears.
5. Enter the first four-digit code listed for
your TV/VCR Combo’s brand, then
press SELECT.
Note: If the 4-digit code begins with
zero, only the last 3-digits will appear on
the display.
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6. Point the 7-in-One at your TV/VCR
Combo and press POWER or PLAY.
Your TV/VCR Combo should turn off or
start to play. If it does not, enter the next
code from the list and press SELECT
then POWER or PLAY again. When your
TV/VCR Combo turns off or plays, press
ESCAPE to stop programming.
TO OPERATE YOUR CABLE
CONVERTER
Locate the codes for your cable converter in
“Cable Converters” on Page 40 and write
them down on the supplied label.
Note: Some manufacturers have several
codes listed. Try each until you find the right
one. The brands are listed in alphabetical order, with the most popular codes listed first.
Then follow these steps to program the 7-inOne to operate your cable converter.
1. Turn on your cable converter.
2. Press CBL then hold down P until
TIMED SEQ appears.
3. Press
. CODE SETUP appears.
4. Repeatedly press SELECT until CABLE
appears.
5. Enter the first four-digit code listed for
your cable converter’s brand, then press
SELECT.
Note: If the 4-digit code begins with
zero, only the last 3-digits will appear on
the display.
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6. Point the 7-in-One at your cable converter and press POWER. Your cable
converter should turn off. If it does not,
enter the next code from the list and
press SELECT then POWER again.
When your cable converter turns off,
press ESCAPE to stop programming.
Note: If your original cable converter remote
does not have an ON key, press CH+ on the
7-in-One to turn on your cable converter.
TO OPERATE YOUR
SATELLITE RECEIVER
Locate the codes for your satellite receiver in
“Satellite Receivers” on Page 51 and write
them down on the supplied label.
Note: Some manufacturers have several
codes listed. Try each until you find the right
one. The brands are listed in alphabetical order, with the most popular codes listed first.
Then follow these steps to program the 7-inOne to operate your satellite receiver.
1. Turn on your satellite receiver.
2. Press SAT then hold down P until TIMED
SEQ appears.
3. Press
. CODE SETUP appears.
4. Repeatedly press SELECT until SAT/
DSS appears.
5. Enter the first four-digit code listed for
your satellite’s brand, then press
SELECT.
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Note: If the 4-digit code begins with
zero, only the last 3-digits will appear on
the display.
6. Point the 7-in-One at your satellite
receiver and press POWER. Your satellite receiver should turn off. If it does
not, enter the next code from the list and
press SELECT then POWER again.
When your satellite receiver turns off,
press ESCAPE to stop programming.
TO OPERATE YOUR CD
PLAYER
Locate the codes for your CD player in “CD
Players” on Page 44 and write them down on
the supplied label.
Note: Some manufacturers have several
codes listed. Try each until you find the right
one. The brands are listed in alphabetical order, with the most popular codes listed first.
Then follow these steps to program the 7-inOne to operate your CD player.
1. Turn on your CD player and insert a
disc.
2. Press CD then hold down P until TIMED
SEQ appears.
3. Press
. CODE SETUP appears.
4. Repeatedly press SELECT until CD
appears.
5. Enter the first four-digit code listed for
your CD player’s brand, then press
SELECT.
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Note: If the 4-digit code begins with
zero, only the last 3-digits appear.
6. Point the 7-in-One at your CD Player
and press PLAY. Your CD player should
start to play. If it does not, enter the next
code from the list and press SELECT
then PLAY again. When your CD starts
to play, press ESCAPE to stop programming.
TO OPERATE YOUR TUNER/
RECEIVER
Locate the codes for your Tuner/Receiver in
“Tuners/Receivers” on Page 60 and write
them down on the supplied label.
Note: Some manufacturers have several
codes listed. Try each until you find the right
one. The brands are listed in alphabetical order, with the most popular codes listed first.
Then follow these steps to program the 7-inOne to operate your Tuner/Receiver.
1. Turn on your Tuner/Receiver.
2. Press TUNER then hold down P until
TIMED SEQ appears.
3. Press
. CODE SETUP appears.
4. Repeatedly press SELECT until TUNER
appears.
5. Enter the first four-digit code listed for
you tuners/receiver’s brand, then press
SELECT.
Note: If the 4-digit code begins with
zero, only the last 3-digits will appear on
the display.
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6. Point the 7-in-One at your Tuner/
Receiver and press POWER.
Your
Tuner/Receiver should turn off. If it
does not, enter the next code from the
list and press SELECT then POWER
again. When your Tuner/Receiver turns
off, press ESCAPE to stop programming.
TO OPERATE YOUR
AMPLIFIER
Locate the codes for your Amplifier in “Amplifiers” on Page 39 and write them down on
the supplied label.
Note: Some manufacturers have several
codes listed. Try each until you find the right
one. The brands are listed in alphabetical order, with the most popular codes listed first.
Then follow these steps to program the 7-inOne to operate your amplifier.
1. Turn on your amplifier.
2. Press AMP then hold down P until
TIMED SEQ appears.
3. Press
. CODE SETUP appears.
4. Repeatedly press SELECT until AMP
appears.
5. Enter the first four-digit code listed for
your amplifier’s brand, then press
SELECT.
Note: If the 4-digit code begins with
zero, only the last 3-digits will appear on
the display.
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6. Point the 7-in-One at your amplifier and
press POWER. Your amplifier should
turn off. If it does not, enter the next
code from the list and press SELECT
then POWER again. When your amplifier turns off, press ESCAPE to stop programming.
TO OPERATE OTHER
DEVICES
In addition to the labeled devices (AMP, TUNER, TV, CD, CBL, VCR or SAT), the 7-in-One
can also operate digital video disc players
(DVD), laser disc players (LPD), cassette
decks, digital audio tape (DAT) players, video accessories, and miscellaneous audio devices (graphic equalizers and digital audio
service terminals for example).
To access device codes for:
Use:
Digital Video Disc Players, Laser VCR
Disc Players, Cassette Decks,
Digital Audio Tape Players
Phonographs
Video Accessories
Miscellaneous Audio
Home Automation
CD
CBL
AMP
PLUG ‘N
POWER
Note: The PLUG ‘N POWER feature requires additional equipment that is available
at your local RadioShack store.
For example, to set up a laser disc player:
1. Turn on your laser disc player and insert
a disc.
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2. Press VCR then hold down P until
TIMED SEQ appears.
3. Press
. CODE SETUP appears.
4. Repeatedly press SELECT until VCR
appears.
5. Press
or
to toggle between VCR,
LDP, TAPE, and DAT.
6. When LDP appears, enter the first fourdigit code listed for your laser disc
player’s brand in “Laser Disc Players”
on Page 49, then press SELECT.
Note: If the 4-digit code begins with
zero, only the last 3-digits will appear on
the display.
7. Point the 7-in-One at your laser disc and
press PLAY. Your laser disc player
should play. If it does not, enter the next
code from the list and press SELECT
then PLAY again. When your laser disc
player plays, press ESCAPE to stop programming.
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SPECIAL FEATURES
SEARCHING FOR A CODE
Before Setup
If you have tried all the codes from the list
and your device still will not respond to the 7in-One (or if your brand is not listed), try
searching for your code.
For example, to find the code for your TV:
1. Turn on your TV, then press TV.
2. Hold down P until TIMED SEQ appears.
3. Press
. CODE SETUP appears.
4. Press SELECT. DEV SET UP appears.
5. Press
. DEV SEARCH appears.
6. Press SELECT. TV and the last entered
four-digit code appear.
Note: If the 4-digit code begins with
zero, only the last 3-digits will appear on
the display.
7. Press POWER. If your TV does not turn
off, press
. The next most recently
entered code appears. Continue pressing POWER then
until your TV turns
off. Then press SELECT to lock in the
code and stop programming.
Repeat these steps, using the appropriate
device key (TV, VCR, CBL, etc.) in Step 1 for
each device you need to search.
Note: If you are searching for a VCR, CD
player, laser disc player, or DVD player code,
turn on the device and insert a tape/CD before you begin the search. Then, use PLAY
instead of POWER.
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After Setup
After you have set up your devices, you
might need to find out which code is operating one of them. For example, to find out
what four-digit code is operating your TV:
1. Press TV.
2. Hold down P until TIMED SEQ appears.
3. Press
. CODE SETUP appears.
4. Press SELECT. DEV SET UP appears.
5. Press
twice. DEV NUMBER appears.
6. Press SELECT. TV and the code for that
device appear.
Notes:
• If the 4-digit code begins with zero, only
the last 3-digits will appear on the display.
• To view the four-digit code for another
device, press the key for the device you
want to view in Step 1.
• Write down the four-digit code then
press ESCAPE to stop programming.
USING FAVORITE CHANNEL
SCAN
You can program your 7-in-One Remote to
scan through 10 of your favorite channels in
either TV, Cable, or Satellite modes.
Note: You can only maintain a favorite channel list for one device at a time. You cannot
set up a favorite channel list for another device until you clear the existing list.
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1. Press the device key for the device you
want to scan (TV, CBL, SAT).
2. Hold down P until TIMED SEQ appears.
3. Press
twice. CONFIGURE appears.
4. Press SELECT. THEATR SEL appears.
5. Press
until FAVCH SCAN appears.
6. Press SELECT. CH appears.
7. Enter the first channel number you want
to include in your favorite channel list,
then press P.
Notes:
• Precede a single-digit number with a
0. For example, 0 1, 02, and so on.
• If you enter a three-digit number, you
do not need to press P after entering
the number.
• If you use an ENTER key to directly
access channels on your original
remote, press ENTER after you enter
the last digit of a channel number.
8. Repeat Step 7 for up to 9 other channels
you want to include in your list.
9. Press ESCAPE to end programming.
10. To scan through your favorite channel
list, press the appropriate device key,
point the remote at your device, then
press SCAN. The remote control repeatedly scans through the favorite channel
list, stopping on each channel for about
3 seconds.
11. Press any key when you see a channel
you want to watch. Scanning stops.
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Note: If you do not program a favorite channel list, SCAN acts as a “channel surf” key.
Each time you press SCAN, the 7-in-One repeatedly performs cycles through the channels, stopping on each for about 3 seconds.
CLEARING FAVORITE
CHANNEL SCAN
To change your favorite channel list, you
must first clear the existing list. Repeat Steps
1–6 above, then press ESCAPE. Your favorite channel list is cleared.
USING THE SLEEP
FUNCTION
The 7-in-One has a SLEEP key that either operates your component’s sleep timer, or your
component does not have a sleep timer, it
activates the 7-in-One’s built-in sleep timer.
To activate your device’s sleep timer, press
SLEEP (SHIFT + MUTE).
Most sleep timers advance in increments of
10 or 15 minutes. For specific instructions on
setting your device’s sleep timer, refer to the
device’s owner’s manual.
If your device does not have a sleep timer,
the 7-in-One will access its own built-in sleep
timer.
1. Press SLEEP (SHIFT + MUTE). SLEEP
15 will appear.
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2. Press
to add time to the sleep timer.
Each press will add 15 minutes up to a
total of 60 minutes.
3. Press SELECT after the desired time is
displayed.
If you would like to use the 7-in-One’s built in
sleep timer on all of your devices, you can
lock the sleep mode.
1. Hold down P until TIMED SEQ appears.
2. Press
twice. CONFIGURE appears.
3. Press SELECT. THEATR SEL appears.
4. Press
twice. SLEEP LOCK appears.
5. Press SELECT. DISABLE appears.
6. Press
. ENABLE appears.
7. Press SELECT. Now, whenever you
press SLEEP (SHIFT + MUTE), the 7-InOne will use its own built-in timer.
Notes:
• When using the built-in sleep timer,
pressing POWER will cancel the sleep
function.
• Once you have activated the 7-in-One’s
built in sleep timer, you must keep the
remote control aimed directly at the
component.
To use another device’s sleep timer, or to
simply disable the Sleep Lock, repeat the
above steps, pressing
to select DISABLE
in Step 6.
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CONVERTING DEVICE KEYS
You can use the 7-in-One to operate a second TV or VCR, or any combination of up to
six devices. To do this, you must first convert
an unused device key (AMP, TUNER, TV, CD,
CBL, VCR, or SAT) to operate the second device.
For example, to convert CBL to operate a
second TV:
1. Hold down P until TIMED SEQ appears.
2. Press
twice. CONFIGURE appears.
3. Press SELECT. THEATR SEL appears.
4. Press
appears.
three times.
MODE MAP
5. Press SELECT. SOURCE appears.
6. Press TV. COPY TO appears.
7. Press CBL. TV2 appears.
8. Program the converted device key
(CBL) with the code for the second TV.
(See “To Operate Your TV” on Page 14.)
Repeat these steps for each key you want to
convert.
PUNCH-THROUGH
The 7-in-One lets you choose one device to
control the sound volume for all the devices
the 7-in-One operates. When you first set up
the 7-in-One, each device with volume control operates its own volume. You can
change this so that one device controls the
volume no matter which device the 7-in-One
is operating.
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For example, to set-up the 7-in-One so your
receiver always controls the volume:
1. Hold down P until TIMED SEQ appears.
2. Press
twice. CONFIGURE appears.
3. Press SELECT. THEATR SEL appears.
4. Press
twice. VOL LOCK appears.
5. Press SELECT. UNLOCK appears.
6. Press
. LOCK appears.
7. Press SELECT then the key for the
device that you want to control the
sound volume (AMP, TUNER, TV, CD,
CBL, VCR, or SAT), then press SELECT.
For example, to control the volume
through your receiver, press TUNER
then SELECT. When you press the volume keys on your 7-in-One, your
receiver controls the volume.
8. Press ESCAPE to exit.
Note: You might need to use the MENU or
VOL keys to control volume, depending on
which device you selected during these
steps.
Resetting Punch-Through
To restore volume control to each individual
device:
1. Hold down P until TIMED SEQ appears.
2. Press
twice. CONFIGURE appears.
3. Press SELECT. THEATR SEL appears.
4. Press
twice. VOL LOCK appears.
5. Press SELECT. LOCK appears.
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6. Press
. UNLOCK appears.
7. Press SELECT. Each device now controls its own volume when you use the
volume keys on your 7-in-One.
USING THE MACRO KEYS
The 7-in-One has two dedicated macro keys,
AUDIO and VIDEO. Each lets you play back
a series of up to 15 keystrokes at any time
with a single keypress, in any mode. You can
also program almost any other key on the 7in-One as a macro key.
Note: When you program a key as a macro
key, its original function no longer operates.
Do not program device keys, digit keys, P, or
as macro keys.
You can set up a maximum of 36 macros, 15
timed sequences (see “Setting Up Timed Sequences” on Page 32), or a combination of
both. For example, follow these steps to set
up a macro on VIDEO that turns on your TV,
VCR, and satellite system so you can record
a program.
Note: If you make a mistake, press ESCAPE
and start over at Step 1.
1. Hold down P until TIMED SEQ appears.
2. Press
twice. CONFIGURE appears.
3. Press SELECT. THEATR SEL appears.
4. Press
appears.
four
times.
KEY
MACRO
5. Press SELECT. SEL MACKEY appears.
6. Press VIDEO. ENTER SEQ appears.
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7. Enter the sequence of up to 15 keystrokes that you want the 7-in-One to
memorize, then press ESCAPE.
For example: TV POWER 04 TV/VIDEO
SAT POWER
In our example, whenever you press
VIDEO, the TV turns on, tunes to channel 4, and changes the input to VIDEO
1, then the satellite turns on.
Note: When setting up a macro, you
must include all keystrokes that you
would enter during regular usage, such
as pressing ENTER after a channel number when changing channels (if your TV
requires it).
SETTING UP TIMED
SEQUENCES
The 7-in-One lets you set up a sequence of
keystrokes that can be played back at a time
you specify, up to seven days in advance.
You can set up a maximum of 15 timed sequences, 36 macros (see “Using the Macro
Keys” on Page 31), or a combination of both.
For example, follow these steps to set your
VCR to record a program from your satellite
system.
Note: If you make a mistake, press ESCAPE
and start over at Step1.
1. Hold down P until TIMED SEQ appears.
2. Repeatedly press SELECT until START
and the time appear, with the first digit
blinking. Enter time in 12-hour format.
AM/PM flashes.
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3. If necessary, press
to toggle between
AM and PM, then press SELECT. ONCE
appears.
4. Press
and
to toggle between
ONCE, DAILY, and WEEKLY. When the
desired frequency appears, press
SELECT. The day of the week appears.
5. Press
and
to toggle through the
days of the week until the day when you
want the sequence to start running
appears.
6. Press SELECT. ENTER SEQ appears.
7. Enter the sequence of keystrokes you
want the 7-in-One to play at the selected
time, then press ESCAPE.
For example, to set up a sequence that
turns on the satellite, tunes to channel
275, turns on the VCR, and starts
recording, enter: SAT POWER SAT 275
VCR POWER VCR RECORD
When your sequence is set up, the clock
icon appears.
Deleting a Timed Sequence
1. Hold down P until TIMED SEQ appears.
2. Press SELECT. ADD MACRO appears.
3. Press
or
. DEL MACRO appears.
4. Press SELECT. DEL and the first set day
and time appear.
5. If necessary, use
or
to scroll
through the saved timed sequences.
When you see the one you want to
DELETED
delete, press SELECT.
appears.
If there are more timed
sequences, the next one appears.
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SETTING UP THE HOME
THEATER KEY
The 7-in-One lets you operate all of the most
commonly used home theater functions in
one mode. When setting up the Home Theater mode, you choose which devices will
control volume, channel changing, playback,
picture-in-picture, and menu functions.
1. Press HOME THEATER.
2. Hold down P until TIMED SEQ appears.
3. Press
twice. CONFIGURE appears.
4. Press SELECT twice. AUDIO appears.
5. Press SELECT then the appropriate
device key (TV, CBL, SAT, VCR, CD, or
TUNER) to select the device that you
want to control audio features in Home
Theater mode, then press SELECT.
CHANNEL appears.
6. Press SELECT, then the appropriate
device key to select the device that you
want to change channels in Home Theater mode.
7. Press SELECT. PLAY BACK appears.
8. Press SELECT, then CD or VCR to select
the device that you want to control the
transport keys (PLAY, REW, FFWD,
PAUSE, STOP, REC) in Home Theater
mode.
9. Press SELECT. PIP (Picture-in-Picture)
appears.
10. Press SELECT then TV, CBL, or VCR to
select the device that you want to control Picture-in-Picture features in Home
Theater mode.
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11. Press SELECT. MENU appears.
12. Press SELECT then the appropriate key
to select the device you want to control
the menu features in Home Theater
mode. Then press SELECT again to
stop programming.
Setting Up a Power Key Macro
After you set up the Home Theater mode,
you can create a macro sequence that lets
you use POWER to turn on and off all of your
Home Theater devices.
1. Press HOME THEATER, then hold down
P until TIMED SEQ appears.
2. Press
twice. CONFIGURE appears.
3. Press SELECT. THEATR SEL appears.
4. Repeatedly press
appears.
until KEY MACRO
5. Press SELECT. SEL MACKEY appears.
6. For each device in your home theater
system, press POWER then the device
key.
Note: You cannot use AUDIO or VIDEO
in your Home Theater Power key
macro.
7. Press POWER then ESCAPE to stop programming.
To activate the Home Theater Power macro,
press HOME THEATER so THEATR appears,
then press POWER to turn all of your home
theater devices on or off.
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CLEAR ALL
Use the Clear All feature to reset all advanced functions of the 7-in-One. Clear All
erases macro sequences, timed macro sequences, and Volume Punch-Through from
the 7-in-One’s memory. It does not erase the
set-up codes you programmed.
To reset the 7-in-One using the Clear All feature:
1. Hold down P until TIMED SEQ appears.
2. Press
twice. CONFIGURE appears.
3. Press SELECT. THEATR SEL appears.
4. Press
. CLEAR ALL appears.
5. Press SELECT. CLR ALL appears.
6. Press SELECT. CONFIRM appears.
7. Press SELECT once more. Your 7-inOne is reset.
USING THE IR/RF COMMAND
CENTER
The 7-in-One comes with an IR/RF Command Center which receives radio frequency
signals form the 7-in-One and converts them
into infrared (IR) signals to control your components.
Note: The 7-in-One’s actual range depends
on the construction of the building where it is
used, as well as other factors, such as radio
frequency interface. For the best operation:
• Aim the 7-in-One toward the room
where the Command Center is located.
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• Do not position the Command Center
near metal objects (such as heating
ducts) that can absorb RF signals.
• Keep fresh batteries in the 7-in-One.
Weak batteries reduce the 7-in-One’s
range.
After you have set up the 7-in-One to control
your devices (see “Quick Setup” on Page 7
or “Setting Up the 7-in-One” on Page 14), follow these steps to set up the Command Center:
1. Choose a location about 8 feet in front
of the components you want to control.
The location should be near an easily
accessible standard AC outlet, with lineof-sight access to your components.
2. Plug the Command Center’s power cord
into the AC outlet and raise its telescoping antenna.
3. Position the Command Center so its
black IR lens is facing your components.
4. Be sure the remote is not pointing
toward your equipment, then test the
Command Center by pressing POWER.
You should be able to control components from any room.
Using the IR Signal Extension Cord
You can use the supplied IR signal extension
cord to control a device that is within 4 feet of
the Command Center but out of its direct line
of sight.
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1. Plug the IR signal extension cord into
the jack (shown here) on the back of the
Command Center.
2. Route the IR extender
signal extension cord
to the device.
3. Use the supplied
double-sided tape to
attach the IR signal
extension cord to the
device, with its LED
on or next to the
device’s IR sensor.
4. Be sure the remote is not pointing
toward your equipment, then test the
Command Center by pressing POWER.
The Command Center converts the 7-inone’s RF signal into an IR signal, and
transmits that signal to the device
through the cord.
FCC Caution: 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.
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MANUFACTURER CODES
Manufacturer
Code(s)
RadioShack Cat. No.
Amplifiers
Acurus
0765
AudioSource
0011
Carver
0269
Curtis Mathes
0300
Denon
0160
Forte
0606
GE
0078
GoldStar
0031
Harman/Kardon 0106
Kenwood
0356
Linn
0269
Luxman
0165
Magnavox
0269
Marantz
0269, 0321
McIntosh
0251
NEC
0264
Nakamichi
0321
Optimus
0013
31-3042
0300
31-3042
0395
31-2105, 31-2107,
31-2120, 31-3018,
31-3019, 31-3021
Panasonic
0308
Philips
0269
Pioneer
0013, 0300
Realistic
0395
Sansui
0321
Shure
0264
Sony
0220
Soundesign
0078, 0211
Technics
0308
Wards
0013, 0078,
0211
Yamaha
0354, 0133,
0143, 0504
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Manufacturer
Code(s)
RadioShack Cat. No.
Cable Converters
ABC
0003, 0008,
0014, 0017,
0007, 0011,
0001, 0013
ABC Cable
0033
Allegro
0153, 0315
Antronix
0022, 0207
Archer
0153
16-1283
0022
15-1285
0207
16-1283
0797
15-1288
Bell & Howell
0014
Cabletenna
0022
Cableview
0022
Century
0153
Citizen
0153, 0315
Colour Voice
0025, 0031
Comband
0232, 0233
Comtronics
0040, 0060
Contec
0019
Digi
0637
Eastern
0002
Emerson
0797
Everquest
0015, 0040
Focus
0400
GC Electronics 0207
GE
0232, 0233
GMI
0057
Garrard
0153
Gemini
0015, 0057,
0242
General Instru- 0476, 0276,
ment
0011
GoldStar
0144, 0040
Goodmind
0797
Hamlin
0020, 0259,
0009, 0034,
0273
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Manufacturer
Code(s)
Hitachi
0011
Hytex
0007
Jasco
0015, 0153,
0315
Jerrold
0003, 0012,
0476, 0276,
0014, 0015,
0011, 0024
Macom
0033
Magnavox
0027, 0334
Memorex
0000
Movie Time
0063, 0156
NSC
0063, 0156
Novaplex
0618
Oak
0019, 0007
Optimus
0021
Panasonic
0000, 0107,
0021
Panther
0637
Paragon
0000
Philips
0153, 0025,
0027, 0031,
0242, 0290,
0334
Pioneer
0144, 0023,
0260, 0533
Popular
Mechanics
0400
Pulsar
0000
Quasar
0000
RCA
0021
RadioShack
0015, 0315
0797
RadioShack Cat. No.
15-1288
0883
15-8202
Realistic
0207
16-1283, 15-1285A
Recoton
0400
Regal
0020, 0259,
0273, 0279
Regency
0002
Rembrandt
0011
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Manufacturer
Code(s)
Runco
0000
SL Marx
0040
Samsung
0144, 0040
Scientific
Atlanta
0008, 0477,
0017, 0006
Signal
0015, 0040
Signature
0011
Sprucer
0021, 0307
Starcom
0003, 0015
Stargate
0015, 0040,
0797
Starquest
0015
Sylvania
0001
TV86
0063
Tandy
0258
TeleCaption
0221
Teleview
0040
Texscan
0001
Timeless
0418
Tocom
0012, 0013
Toshiba
0000
Tusa
0015
Unika
0153, 0022,
0207
United Artists
0007
Universal
0153, 0022,
0077, 0191,
0207
Videoway
0250
Viewstar
0063, 0027,
0060, 0211
Zenith
0000, 0525
Zentek
0400
0258
RadioShack Cat. No.
15-8290, 15-8291
15-8290, 15-8291
Cassette Decks
ADC
0171
Aiwa
0029, 0197,
0200
Akai
0283
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Manufacturer
Code(s)
Carver
0029, 0261
Denon
0076
Fisher
0074, 0261
Garrard
0300, 0308,
0309, 0439
JVC
0244, 0273,
0274, 0303
Kenwood
0070, 0071,
0092, 0233,
0234
Kyocera
0171
MGA
0313
Magnavox
0029
RadioShack Cat. No.
Marantz
0029
Mitsubishi
0283, 0313
Nakamichi
0147, 0151,
0218, 0247,
0248
Onkyo
0136, 0282
Optimus
0027
31-3014, 31-3023,
31-3027, 31-3029,
31-3031, 31-3032,
31-3033, 31-3034,
31-3035, 31-3036,
31-3037, 31-3038,
31-3039, 31-3040,
31-3041, 31-3042
0220
31-3014, 31-3023,
31-3027, 31-3029,
31-3031, 31-3032,
31-3033, 31-3034,
31-3035, 31-3036,
31-3037, 31-3038,
31-3039, 31-3040,
31-3041
0300
13-1247
0439
13-1247
Optimus
(continued)
0337
0261
Panasonic
0229
Philips
0029
13-1248
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Manufacturer
Pioneer
Code(s)
RadioShack Cat. No.
0027
31-3014, 31-3023,
31-3034, 31-3035,
31-3036, 31-3037
0220
31-3014, 31-3023,
31-3034, 31-3035,
31-3036, 31-3037,
31-3038
0099
RCA
0261
Sansui
0029
Sanyo
0261
Sharp
0231
Sherwood
0337
Sony
0243, 0170,
0291
Teac
0280, 0289,
0308, 0309
Technics
0229
Victor
0273, 0274
Wards
0027
Yamaha
0097, 0094
CD Players
ADC
0018, 0033
Acoustic
Research
0123
Adcom
0155, 0234
Aiwa
0157, 0012,
0124
Akai
0156
Audio Alchemy 0194
Audio-Technica 0170
BSR
0194, 0245
Burmester
0420
California Audio 0029
Lab
Capetronic
0237
Carrera
0194
Carver
0157, 0179,
0299, 0437
Crown
0122
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Manufacturer
Code(s)
DAK
0245
DKK
0000
Denon
0003, 0873
Emerson
0305, 0155,
0164, 0469
Fisher
0179, 0088,
0174, 0342
GE
0009
Garrard
0420, 0393,
0245, 0280,
0425
Genexxa
GoldStar
RadioShack Cat. No.
0032
42-8403
0305
42-8404
0164
42-8405
0030, 0417
Harman/Kardon 0108, 0426
Hitachi
0032, 0139,
0155
Inkel
0065
JVC
0072, 0655
Kenwood
0028, 0037,
0826
Kodak
0287
Krell
0157
Kyocera
0018
LXI
0305
Linn
0157
Luxman
0093, 0327
MCS
0029, 0043
MTC
0420
Magnavox
0157, 0305,
0038
Marantz
0029, 0157,
0005, 0038,
0180
McIntosh
0287
Mission
0157
Mitsubishi
0098
NAD
0019, 0299
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Manufacturer
NEC
Code(s)
RadioShack Cat. No.
0043, 0130,
0234
NSM
0157
Nakamichi
0147
Nikko
0164, 0169,
0170, 0174
Onkyo
0101, 0102,
0138, 0868
Optimus
0000, 0087,
0280
Optimus
(continued)
0032
31-3042, 42-5041,
42-5044, 42-8402
0179
13-1248, 14-545,
42-5015, 42-5049
0305
42-5048, 42-5061
0037
13-1251
0420
31-3041, 42-5022,
42-5025, 42-5071
0145
13-1258
0468
42-5045, 42-5060,
42-5062, 42-5063,
42-5064
0175
42-5013
0194
42-5016
0196
42-5019, 42-5032
0342
42-5037
0426
42-5031, 42-5036,
42-5038
0437
42-5023, 42-5024
0536
13-1261, 13-1263
0775
42-5059
Panasonic
0029, 0303,
0367
Parasound
0420, 0194
Philips
0157, 0287
Pioneer
0032
42-8403
0305
42-5061
0468, 0244
Proton
0157, 0152
QED
0157
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Manufacturer
Code(s)
Quasar
0029
RCA
0179, 0305,
0053, 0009,
0155
Realistic
0179
RadioShack Cat. No.
42-5014
0420
42-5022
0155
42-5004, 42-5007
0164
42-8400
0175
42-5010
0180
42-5020
0237
Rotel
0157, 0420
SAE
0157
STS
0018
Sansui
0157, 0305,
0202, 0216
Sanyo
0179, 0087
Scott
0305, 0155,
0164
Sears
0305
Sharp
0037, 0180,
0265
Sherwood
0065, 0180,
0196, 0426
Shure
0043
Signature
0108
Sony
0000, 0185,
0490, 0604,
0605
Soundesign
0145
13-1259
0425
Symphonic
0183
Tascam
0420
Teac
0420, 0393,
0016, 0045,
0153, 0174,
0180, 0183,
0378
Technics
0029, 0207,
0303
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Manufacturer
Code(s)
Toshiba
0019, 0299
Vector
Research
0033, 0194,
0417
Victor
0072
Wards
0157, 0053,
0108
Yamaha
0036, 0170,
0187
Yorx
0461
RadioShack Cat. No.
Digital Audio Tape Players
Carver
0158
Harman/Kardon 0158
Magnavox
0158
Marantz
0158
Philips
0158
DVD Players
JVC
Kenwood
Magnavox
Mitsubishi
Onkyo
Panasonic
Philips
Pioneer
Proscan
RCA
Samsung
Sony
Technics
Toshiba
Yamaha
Zenith
0558
0534
0503
0521
0503
0490
0503, 0539
0525, 0571
0522
0522
0573
0533
0490
0503
0490, 0545
0503
Home Automation
Audio Access
0154
GE
0240
LiteTouch
0084
Lutron
0318
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Manufacturer
Code(s)
One For All
0167
RadioShack
0240
Sanyo
0336
Security System
0167
Universal X10
0167
X10
0167
RadioShack Cat. No.
Laser Disc Players
Aiwa
0203
Carver
0064, 0194,
0323
Denon
0059, 0172,
0241
Disco Vision
0023
Funai
0203
Harman/Kardon 0194
Hitachi
0023
JVC
0558
Kenwood
0534
Magnavox
0503, 0194,
0217, 0241
Marantz
0064, 0194
Mitsubishi
0059, 0521
NAD
0059
NEC
0286
Onkyo
0503
Optimus
0525
Panasonic
0490, 0204
Philips
0503, 0539,
0064, 0194
Pioneer
0059, 0525,
0023, 0571
Proscan
0522
Quasar
0204
RCA
0522
Realistic
0203
Samsung
0323, 0573
Sega
0023
31-3040
16-302
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Manufacturer
Code(s)
Sony
0533, 0193,
0201, 0270
Technics
0490, 0204
Theta Digital
0194
Toshiba
0503
Yamaha
0490, 0217,
0545
Zenith
0503
RadioShack Cat. No.
Miscellaneous Audio
Adcom
0577
Aiwa
0010, 0159
AudioSource
0351
BSR
0392
Cambridge
Soundworks
0351
Carver
0351
Fisher
0052
Fosgate
0259, 0447
Harman/Kardon 0477, 0447
JBL
0477, 0447
JVC
0073
Jerrold
0459, 0520
KLH
0351
Paramount Pic- 0317, 0351
tures
RCA
0056
SSI
0317
Scientific
Atlanta
0460
Sony
0010, 0159
Soundstream
0447
Starcom
0459
Yamaha
0292
Phonographs
Aiwa
0188
Carver
0188
Magnavox
0188
Marantz
0188
Philips
0188
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Manufacturer
Code(s)
RadioShack Cat. No.
Satellite Receivers
AlphaStar
0772
Amplica
0072
Amway
0043, 0075
Cable
Innovations
0554
Century
0538
Channel Master 0018, 0212
Chaparral
0053, 0209,
0216
Citoh
0164
Conifer
0004
Curtis Mathes
0061, 0072
DX Antenna
0041
Drake
0018, 0064,
0149, 0245
Echostar
0775, 0148,
0159, 0269,
0280
Expressvu
0775
0218
16-2511
General Instru- 0627, 0361,
ment
0050, 0547,
0554, 0869
HTS
0775
Hitachi
0819
Homecable
0238
Hughes Network Systems
0749
IQ
0210
IQ Prism
0210
Intersat
0043
JVC
0775
Janeil
0152
Jerrold
0627, 0361
Legend
0269
Macom
0018, 0050,
0061
Magnavox
0724
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Manufacturer
Code(s)
Memorex
0724
Next Level
0869
0269
Norsat
0004
Panasonic
0701, 0152
Pansat
0647
Philips
0724, 0200
Pico
0075
Primestar
0627, 0361
Prosat
0158
RCA
0566
RadioShack
0554
RadioShack Cat. No.
16-2511
16-2530, 16-2531,
16-2539
0143, 0855
Ramsey
0075
Realistic
0052
16-2502, 16-2507
0051
16-2501
STS
0041, 0210
Sony
0639
Star Choice
0869
Star Trak
0180, 0421,
0547
Strong
0421
Toshiba
0790, 0061,
0082
16-2545
Town & Country 0547
Uniden
0724
16-2575
0052, 0074,
0076, 0238,
0296, 0370,
0554
Zenith
0061, 0064,
0856
Televisions
A-Mark
0003
AOC
0030, 0019,
0003, 0052,
0185
Abex
0032
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Manufacturer
Admiral
Code(s)
RadioShack Cat. No.
0093
Adventura
0046
Aiko
0092
Akai
0030
Alaron
0179, 0183
Ambassador
0177
Anam
0180
Anam National
0055
Archer
0003
Audiovox
0451, 0180,
0003, 0092
Baysonic
0180
Belcor
0019
Bell & Howell
0154, 0016
Bradford
0180
Brockwood
0019
Broksonic
0236, 0463,
0003
CCE
0217
CXC
0180
Candle
0030, 0056,
0046, 0186
Carnivale
0030
Carver
0054
Celebrity
0000
Cineral
0451, 0092
Citizen
0060, 0030,
0056, 0039,
0046, 0092,
0186, 0280
Clairtone
0185
Concerto
0056
Contec
0180, 0157,
0158, 0185
Craig
0180
Crosley
0054
Crown
0180, 0039
15-8287
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Manufacturer
Curtis Mathes
Code(s)
RadioShack Cat. No.
0047, 0054,
0154, 0051,
0451, 0093,
0060, 0030,
0145, 0056,
0016, 0039,
0166, 1147,
1347
Daewoo
0451, 0019,
0039, 0091,
0092
Daytron
0019
Denon
0145
Dumont
0017, 0019
Electroband
0000, 0185
Electrohome
0381, 0409
Emerson
0154, 0236,
0463, 0180,
0282, 0178,
0019, 0179,
0039, 0038,
0158, 0177,
0181, 0182,
0183, 0185,
0270, 0280
Envision
0030
Fisher
0154
Fujitsu
0179
Funai
0180
16-262
0179, 0171
Futuretech
0180
GE
0047, 0051,
0451, 0093,
0282, 0178,
0021, 0055,
0027, 0279,
1147, 1347
Gibralter
0017, 0030,
0019
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Manufacturer
Code(s)
GoldStar
0030, 0019,
0056, 0001,
0002, 0032,
0106, 0409
Gradiente
0053, 0056
Grunpy
0180, 0179
0178
Hallmark
0178
Harley Davidson
0179
RadioShack Cat. No.
16-256
Harman/Kardon 0054
Harvard
0180
Hitachi
0145, 0056,
0032, 0038,
0151, 0279,
0409, 0413
Infinity
0054
Inteq
0017
JBL
0054
JCB
0000
JVC
0053, 0036,
0069, 0160,
0169, 0182
Janeil
0046
KEC
0180
KMC
0106
KTV
0180, 0030,
0039, 0183,
0185, 0217,
0280
Kawasho
0158
Kaypani
0052
Kenwood
0030, 0019
Kloss
0024, 0046
LG
0056
LXI
0047, 0054,
0154, 0156,
0178, 0148
Logik
0016
Luxman
0056
MEI
0185
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Manufacturer
Code(s)
MGA
0150, 0030,
0178, 0019,
0155
MTC
0060, 0030,
0019, 0056,
0091, 0185
Magnavox
0054, 0030,
0179, 0020,
0024, 0028,
0036, 0096,
0186, 0187,
0386
Majestic
0016
Marantz
0054, 0030
Matsushita
0250
Megatron
0178, 0145,
0003
Memorex
0154, 0250,
0150, 0056,
0016, 0106
Midland
RadioShack Cat. No.
0178
16-263, 16-280
0030
16-254
0047, 0017,
0051, 0039,
0032
Minutz
0021
Mitsubishi
0093, 0150,
0178, 0019,
0155
Motorola
0093, 0055
Multitech
0180, 0217
NAD
0156, 0178,
0166
NEC
0030, 0019,
0056, 0036
NTC
0092
Nikko
0030, 0178,
0092
Noblex
0430
Noshi
0018
Onwa
0180
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Manufacturer
Optimus
Code(s)
RadioShack Cat. No.
0154
13-1283
0166
31-3031, 31-3033,
31-3038, 31-3040
0250
Optonica
0093, 0165
Orion
0236, 0463,
0179
Panasonic
0051, 0250,
0055
Penney
0047, 0156,
0051, 0060,
0030, 0178,
0021, 0019,
0018, 0056,
0039, 0002,
0003, 0027,
0032, 0149,
1347
Philco
0054, 0463,
0030, 0145,
0019, 0020,
0028, 0096
Philips
0054
Pilot
0030, 0019,
0039
Pioneer
0038
Pioneer
(continued)
0166
Portland
0019, 0039,
0092
Prism
0051
Proscan
0047
Proton
0178, 0003,
0052
Pulsar
0017, 0019
Quasar
0051, 0250,
0165, 0055
31-3038
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Manufacturer
Code(s)
RCA
0047, 0051,
0093, 0019,
0018, 0038,
0090, 0278,
1047, 1147,
1247, 1347
RadioShack
0047, 0154,
0019, 0039,
0409
Realistic
RadioShack Cat. No.
0165
16-232, 16-233, 16236, 16-250, 16-260
0180
16-252, 16-253, 16292
0030
16-254, 16-255, 16256, 16-265
0178
16-256, 16-263, 16268, 16-289
0056
16-288
0032
16-230, 16-232, 16233, 16-236, 16-250,
16-260
0154
16-229, 16-261, 16299
0165
16-235, 16-235A, 16251
0180, 0030,
0178, 0019,
0039, 0032
0056
Rhapsody
0183, 0185
Runco
0017, 0030
SSS
0180, 0019
Sampo
0030, 0039,
0032, 0052
Samsung
0060, 0030,
0178, 0019,
0056, 0032,
0427, 0482
Samsux
0039
Sansei
0451
Sansui
0463
Sanyo
0154, 0146
16-288
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Manufacturer
Code(s)
Scimitsu
0019
Scotch
0178
Scott
0236, 0180,
0178, 0019,
0179
Sears
0047, 0054,
0154, 0156,
0178, 0179,
0056, 0146,
0148, 0149,
0171
Semivox
0180
Semp
0156
Sharp
0093, 0165,
0039, 0153,
0157, 0386
Shogun
0019
Signature
0016
Simpson
0186, 0187
Sony
0000
Soundesign
0180, 0178,
0179, 0186
Spectricon
0003
Squareview
0171
Starlite
0180
Supre-Macy
0046
Supreme
0000
Sylvania
0054, 0030,
0020, 0028,
0096, 0381
Symphonic
0171
TMK
0178, 0056,
0177
Tandy
0093
RadioShack Cat. No.
16-9525
0039
16-9524
0409
16-231, 16-234
Tatung
0055, 0003
Technics
0051, 0250
Technol Ace
0179
Techwood
0051, 0056,
0003
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Manufacturer
Teknika
Code(s)
RadioShack Cat. No.
0054, 0180,
0150, 0060,
0019, 0179,
0056, 0016,
0039, 0092,
0186, 0312
Telefunken
0056
Toshiba
0154, 0156,
0060, 0036,
0149
Tosonic
0185
Totevision
0039
Trical
0157
Universal
0027
Vector
Research
0030
Victor
0053
Vidikron
0054, 0242
Vidtech
0178, 0019,
0036
Viking
0046, 0312
Wards
0054, 0165,
0030, 0178,
0021, 0019,
0179, 0056,
0016, 0020,
0027, 0028,
0096
Yamaha
0030, 0019
Zenith
0017, 0016,
0092
Zonda
0003
Tuners/Receivers
ADC
0531
Adcom
0616
Admiral
0182
Aiwa
0158, 0189,
0125, 0405
0121
Akai
0076, 0224
Bose
0639
13-1273, 13-1274
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Manufacturer
Code(s)
Capetronic
0531
Carver
0189, 0008,
0042, 0360,
0412
Casio
0195, 0201
Clarinette
0195
Curtis Mathes
0080, 0201
Denon
0004, 0273,
0771
Emerson
0424
Fisher
0042, 0219,
0360
Garrard
0463, 0281,
0286, 0424,
0440, 0744
RadioShack Cat. No.
13-1241
Harman/Kardon 0110, 0189
Inkel
0062
JBL
0110
JVC
0074
Jensen
0754
Kenwood
0027, 0186,
0042, 0077,
0313, 0314
Koss
0424, 0744
LXI
0181, 0744
Linn
0189
Lloyd’s
0195
Luxman
0166
MCS
0039, 0201,
0346
Magnavox
0531, 0189,
0195, 0128
Marantz
0039, 0189,
0006, 0128,
0412
13-1278
Memorex
1024
Modulaire
0195
13-1241, 13-1242
0182
13-1246
NAD
0320
NEC
0235
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Manufacturer
NTDE Geniesom
Code(s)
0744
Nakamichi
0347
Onkyo
0135, 0100,
0119, 0380
Optimus
RadioShack Cat. No.
14-547
0080
31-3042
0531
13-1291
0670
13-1271
0186
13-1251
0042
13-1267
0177
16-9601, 31-3017,
31-3020,
0181
13-1243, 13-1249,
13-1250
0219
13-1281, 13-1283
0229
13-1294
0286
13-1279
0440
13-1247
0622
13-1272
0738
13-1289, 13-1290
0744
13-1286
0754
13-1277, 13-1278
0801
13-1284, 13-1293
0166
31-3040
1023
31-3014, 31-3023,
31-3028, 31-3030,
31-3031, 31-3032,
31-3033, 31-3034,
31-3035, 31-3036,
31-3037, 31-3038,
31-3039, 31-3040,
31-3041, 31-3042
0738
Orient Power
0360
13-1248
0744
14-547
Panasonic
0039, 0309
Penney
0195, 0201
Philips
0189, 0412
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Manufacturer
Pioneer
Code(s)
RadioShack Cat. No.
0531, 0014,
0150, 0630,
0080, 0289
1023
Quasar
0039
RCA
0531, 0054,
0346, 0360
RadioShack
0744
Realistic
0195
0181
31-3014, 31-3023,
31-3034, 31-3035,
31-3036, 31-3037
13-1243
0163
13-8100
0181
13-1233, 13-1234,
13-1235, 13-1244,
0182
13-1236, 13-1238,
13-1246
Samsung
0286
13-1279
Sansui
0189, 0346
Sanyo
0219
0801
Scott
0105, 0163,
0390
Sears
0201
Sharp
0186
Sherwood
0062
Sonic
0281
Sony
0158
0415
Soundesign
13-1284
14-544
0670
Symphonic
0182
Teac
0463, 0163,
0298, 0387
Technics
0039, 0309,
0208
Techwood
0281
Victor
0074
Wards
0158, 0014,
0189, 0080,
0054
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Manufacturer
Code(s)
Yamaha
0176, 0186,
0082
Yorx
0195
Zenith
0281, 0622,
0744
RadioShack Cat. No.
TV/VCR Combinations
Brocksonic
0002,
0479 (TV:
0463)
Citizen
0278
Colt
0072
Curtis Mathes
0035 (TV:
0051)
Daewoo
0278 (TV:
0624)
Emerson
0002, 0278
(TV: 624),
0479 (TV:
0463)
Funai
0000
GE
0240, 0035
(TV: 0051),
0048 (TV:
0093), 0060
(TV: 0047)
Goldstar
0037 (TV:
0056)
Harley Davidson
0000
Hitachi
0000
Lloyds
0000
Magnasonic
0278
Magnavox
0000, 0081
(TV: 0054)
Magnin
0240
Memorex
0037
16-412
1162
MGA
0240
Mitsubishi
0048 (TV:
0093)
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Manufacturer
Optimus
Code(s)
RadioShack Cat. No.
1162
16-421, 16-422, 16426, 16-427
1262 (menu
navigation)
16-421, 16-422, 16426, 16-427
Orion
0002, 0479
(TV: 0463)
Panasonic
1162, 1262
0035 (TV:
0051)
RadioShack
0037
16-415
1037
16-417
RCA
0240, 0035
(TV: 0051),
0060 (TV:
0047), 0048
(TV: 0093),
Sansui
0000, 0240,
0479 (TV:
0463)
Sanyo
0240
Sears
0000, 0037
(TV: 0056)
Sharp
0048 (TV:
0093)
Sony
0000, 0032
(TV: 0000)
Sylvania
0081 (TV:
0054)
Symphonic
0000
Thomas
0000
White Westing- 0278 (TV:
house
0624)
Zenith
0000, 0479
Admiral
0048
VCRs
Adventura
0000
Aiko
0278
Aiwa
0037, 0000
Akai
0041, 0049,
0053, 0061,
0106
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Manufacturer
American High
Code(s)
RadioShack Cat. No.
0035
Asha
0240
Audiovox
0037
Beaumark
0240
Bell & Howell
0104
Broksonic
0184, 0121,
0209, 0002,
0211, 0295,
0361, 0479
CCE
0072, 0278
Calix
0037
Canon
0035
Capehart
0020
Carver
0081
Cineral
0278
Citizen
0037, 0278
Colt
0072
Craig
0037, 0047,
0240, 0072,
0271
Curtis Mathes
0060, 0035,
0041, 0162
Cybernex
0240, 0051
Daewoo
0045, 0278,
0020
Daytron
0020
Denon
0042
Dynatech
0000
Electrohome
0037
Electrophonic
0037
Emerex
0032
Emerson
0037, 0184,
0000, 0121,
0043, 0209,
0002, 0278,
0036, 0061,
0068, 0208,
0211, 0212,
0294, 0295,
0361, 0479
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Manufacturer
Code(s)
Fisher
0047, 0104,
0054, 0066
Fuji
0035, 0033
Funai
0000
GE
0060, 0035,
0048, 0240,
0202
Garrard
0000
Go Video
0232, 0279,
0432
GoldStar
0037, 0038
Gradiente
0000, 0008
HI-Q
0047
Harley Davidson
0000
RadioShack Cat. No.
Harman/Kardon 0081, 0038
Harwood
0072, 0068
Headquarter
0046
Hitachi
0000, 0042,
0041, 0105,
0166, 0396
JVC
0067, 0041,
0008, 0206
Jensen
0041
KEC
0037, 0278
KLH
0072
Kenwood
0067, 0041,
0038
Kodak
0035, 0037
LXI
0037
Lloyd’s
0000, 0208
Logik
0072
MEI
0035
MGA
0240, 0043,
0061
MGN Technology
0240
MTC
0240, 0000
Magnasonic
0278
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Manufacturer
Code(s)
Magnavox
0035, 0039,
0081, 0000,
0149, 0110
Magnin
0240
Marantz
0035, 0081
RadioShack Cat. No.
Marta
0037
Matsushita
0035, 0162,
0454
Memorex
0035
16-705
0037
16-413, 16-414, 16524, 16-534, 16-706,
10-34004
0039, 0162
Memorex
(continued)
0047
10-34002, 10-34006,
10-34008, 10-34010,
10-34012
0000
16-406, 16-410, 16411, 16-517, 1034065
0048
16-531, 16-618. 16622
0046
16-529, 16-530
0104
16-412, 16-523, 16525, 16-526, 16-529,
16-530, 16-536, 16619, 16-620, 16-621,
16-623
0240
16-533, 16-655
Minolta
0042, 0105
Mitsubishi
0048, 0067,
0043, 0061,
0173
Motorola
0035, 0048
Multitech
0000, 0072
NEC
0104, 0067,
0041, 0038,
0040
Nikko
0037
Nikon
0034
Noblex
0240
Olympus
0035
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Manufacturer
Optimus
Code(s)
RadioShack Cat. No.
0037
16-413, 16-419, 16423, 16-534, 16-535,
16-624
0048
16-538, 16-539, 16540, 16-542, 16-543,
16-544, 16-546, 16627, 16-628
0104
16-536, 16-537, 16617, 16-625, 13-1283
0162
16-547, 16-548, 16630, 16-631, 16-635,
16-640, 16-641, 16642
0454
16-547, 16-548, 16630, 16-631
1262
16-426, 16-427
0240
16-541
0432
16-541
1048, 1062,
1162
Optonica
0062
Orion
0184, 0002,
0295, 0479
Panasonic
0035, 0162,
0254, 0378,
0454, 1162
Penney
0035, 0037,
0240, 0042,
0038, 0040,
0054
Pentax
0042, 0105
Philco
0035, 0209,
0479
Philips
0035, 0081,
0062, 0110
Pilot
0037
Pioneer
0067
Portland
0020
Profitronic
0240
Proscan
0060, 0202
Protec
0072
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Manufacturer
Code(s)
Pulsar
0039, 0051
Quarter
0046
Quartz
0046
Quasar
0035, 0162,
0454, 1162
RCA
0060, 0035,
0048, 0240,
0042, 0149,
0105, 0106,
0202
RadioShack
0000
RadioShack Cat. No.
16-417
1037
Radix
0037
Randex
0037
Realistic
0035
16-472, 16-651
0037
16-408, 16-507
0047
16-506, 16-511, 16512, 16-513, 16-515,
16-516, 16-518, 16613, 16-614, 16-615,
16-652, 16-611, 16612, 16-616, 16-653,
16-701, 16-702
0000
16-404, 16-505, 16508, 16-510, 16-519,
16-522, 16-703, 16704
0104
16-520, 16-521, 16563, 16-617,
0062
16-610, 16-700
0046
16-600, 16-601
0066
16-503
0240
16-514
0048
Ricoh
0034
Runco
0039
STS
0042
Samsung
0240, 0045,
0051, 0053
Sanky
0048, 0039
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Manufacturer
Code(s)
Sansui
0000, 0067,
0041, 0271,
0479
Sanyo
0047, 0240,
0104, 0046
Scott
0184, 0045,
0121, 0043,
0210, 0211,
0212
Sears
0035, 0037,
0047, 0000,
0042, 0104,
0046, 0054,
0066, 0105
Semp
0045
Sharp
0048, 0062
Shintom
0072
Shogun
0240, 0051
Singer
0072
Sony
0035, 0032,
0000, 0033,
0034
Sylvania
0035, 0081,
0000, 0043,
0110
RadioShack Cat. No.
Symphonic
0000
TMK
0240, 0036,
0208
Tandy
0000
16-9602, 16-9603,
16-9604
0104
16-9620, 16-9630,
16-9640
Tatung
0041
Teac
0000, 0041
Technics
0035, 0162
Teknika
0035, 0037,
0000
Thomas
0000
Toshiba
0045, 0043,
0066, 0210,
0212, 0366
Totevision
0037, 0240
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Manufacturer
Code(s)
Unitech
0240
Vector
0045
Vector
Research
0038, 0040
RadioShack Cat. No.
Video Concepts 0045, 0040,
0061
Videosonic
0240
Wards
0060, 0035,
0048, 0047,
0081, 0240,
0000, 0042,
0072, 0149,
0062, 0212
White Westing- 0278
house
XR-1000
0035, 0000,
0072
Yamaha
0038
Zenith
0039, 0000,
0033, 0034
Video Accessories
Archer
0160
GC Electronics 0160
Jebsee
0160
Rabbit
0081
RadioShack
0160
Roctec
0456
SuperGuide
0169
TeleCaption
0171
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TROUBLESHOOTING
Problem
Solution
Replace the batteries with
Display begins to fade,
does not appear, or the red four fresh AAA alkaline
light blinks five times when batteries.
you press a key.
The 7-in-One does not
operate your device.
Try all of the codes listed
for your brand of device in
the “Setup Codes” section.
If this does not work, try
searching for your code
(see “Searching for a
Code” on Page 24). Make
sure the device you are
setting up can be operated
with an infrared remote.
The 7-in-One is not performing commands properly.
Try all of the codes listed
for your brand of device in
the “Setup Codes” section.
Many set-up codes may
allow some degree of
operation. However, only
one set-up code will work
correctly with your device.
You make a mistake when During any set up procesetting up your 7-in-One. dure, except for timed
sequences, the ESCAPE
key will return you to the
DEVICE and TIME
screen without saving any
of the entered information. If you make a mistake when setting up the
timed sequence, return to
the timed sequence menu
and delete the incorrect
sequence.
VCR not recording.
As a safety feature on the
7-in-One, you must press
the REC key twice to
begin recording.
CH +/– (Channel Up/
Down) and LAST not
Due to RCA design (19831987), only the original
remote will operate these
functions.
working for your RCA TV.
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Problem
Solution
Problems changing channels.
If your original remote
required an ENTER keystroke when changing
channels, press the
ENTER key on the 7-inOne after you enter the
channel number.
The red light blinks when
you press a key but you
receive no response from
your device.
Press the appropriate
device key (CD, CBL,
VCR, TV, TUNER, AMP,
SAT, PLUG ’N
POWER) for the device
you are trying to operate.
Make sure you aim your 7in-One at your device and
that you are within 15 feet
of the device before using
your remote.
You can turn your audio
component on and off and
control its volume, but you
cannot change preset
channels.
Some audio components
might need both a Tuner/
Receiver code (see Page
60) and an Amplifier code
(see Page 39) to control all
features of your audio
component.
The codes listed in this
Your satellite receiver
manual are set up to operdoes not respond to the
codes listed in the manual. ate your satellite receiver
on the 1st or 2nd
addresses only. Make
sure the satellite receiver
you are setting up can be
operated with an infrared
remote.
The 7-in-One does not
operate Bang & Olufsen
audio equipment.
Some Bang & Olufsen and
other manufacturers’
equipment operate at frequencies higher than 100
kHz. The 7-in-One will not
operate such devices.
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CARE
To enjoy your RadioShack 7-in-One IR/RF
Remote Control for a long time:
• Keep the 7-in-One dry. If it gets wet,
wipe it dry immediately.
• Use and store the 7-in-One only in normal temperature environments.
• Handle the 7-in-One gently and carefully. Don’t drop it.
• Keep the 7-in-One away from dust and
dirt.
• Wipe the 7-in-One with a damp cloth
occasionally to keep it looking new.
Modifying or tampering with the 7-in-One’s
internal components can cause a malfunction and invalidate its warranty. If your 7-inOne 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 ............................... 26 ft ±30×
Dimensions (HWD) ........ 93/8 × 21/2 × 15/8 Inches
(234 × 64 × 34 mm)
Weight (Without Batteries) ........ 6 oz. (170 gm)
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 limitations on how long an implied warranty
lasts or the exclusion or limitation 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, 200 Taylor Street, 6th Floor, Fort
Worth, TX 76102
We Service What We Sell
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15-1995
12/99
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