Audiovox AMP-594 Operating instructions

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REGULATORY FACTORS
WIRELESS REMOTE CONTROL
This device complies with Part 15 of 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.
Changes or modifications to this device may void your authority to operate this equipment.
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
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 instructions, 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 use is encouraged to try to correct
the interference by one or more of the following measures:
• Re-orient 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.
SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS
You must keep safety in mind while using this device. Keep these
and any other instructions for future reference.
INSTALLATION
Observe Warnings: Carefully follow all warnings on the device
and in the operating instructions.
Heat: DO NOT place the device near heat sources such as radiators, stoves, heat
registers, or other appliances that produce heat.
CARE AND USE
Cleaning: DO NOT use liquid, abrasive, solvent, or aerosol cleaners. Use a damp cloth
for cleaning.
When Not in Use: Remove the batteries if this device is to be
left unattended or unused for a long period of time.
Refer servicing to qualified personnel when a solid object
or liquid has fallen onto or into the device.
DO NOT attempt to service this device. Refer all
servicing to qualified personnel. Opening covers other
than the battery cover will void the warranty.
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TABLE OF CONTENTS
Remote Control Basics....................................... 2
Models Supported by this Guide ......................... 2
UHF and IR Signals ............................................ 3
Installing Batteries............................................... 3
Converting the 4.0 Remote Control ................... 4
Setting Up to Control the Satellite Receiver ..... 5
Checking the Remote Address .......................... 7
Setting Up to Control Other Devices ................. 8
Combination Devices .......................................... 8
Limited Mode....................................................... 8
Setting Up Using Device Code Tables ................ 8
Setting Up Using Device Codes Scan................. 9
Checking the Device Codes.............................. 10
Switching Between TV and Device
Volume Control...................................................11
Remote Control Operation ............................... 12
Operating Modes............................................... 12
Controlling the Satellite Receiver ...................... 13
Controlling a TV (or a Second TV) .................... 19
Controlling a VCR
(Second VCR or a DVD Player) ........................ 21
Controlling a Tuner or Amplifier......................... 23
Device Codes .................................................... 25
TV Codes .......................................................... 25
VCR Codes ....................................................... 29
TV/VCR Combo Codes ..................................... 31
DVD Player Codes ............................................ 31
Tuner/Amplifier Codes....................................... 32
DVD/VCR Combo Codes .................................. 33
TV/DVD Combo Codes ..................................... 33
Troubleshooting ............................................... 34
Limited Warranty ............................................... 36
If You Need Help ................................................ 39
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REMOTE CONTROL BASICS
This remote control gives you easy access to all the features of a DISH
Network satellite TV receiver. You can set up the remote to control the
satellite TV receiver and up to three other devices. These devices can
be a TV, a VCR or DVD player, and a third device.
MODELS SUPPORTED BY THIS GUIDE
This user’s guide supports the following remote control models as
shown on the label on the back of the remote:
• 3.0/3.1/3.2 - Infrared (IR) only. For use with appropriate
IR-controlled DISH Network receivers.
• 4.0 - Infrared/Ultra-High Frequency Pro (IR/UHF Pro). For use
with appropriate UHF Pro-controlled DISH Network receivers.
The 4.0 remote can be converted to one of three different remote
types used on a DISH 322 receiver:
With the blue 2 UHF Pro key installed, this remote
will operate the
UHF Pro side of the DISH 322
receiver. The remote comes with this key already
installed.
With the green 1 key installed (no UHF Pro
marking), this remote will operate the
IR side
of the DISH 322 receiver. This remote will look
and work exactly like a 3.0 IR remote. See
instructions in Converting the 4.0 Remote.
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With the green 1 UHF Pro key installed, this
remote will operate the
side of the DISH 322
receiver from a distance using UHF Pro. See
instructions in Converting the 4.0 Remote.
If you set up your DISH 322 to operate the
side
using UHF Pro, the two UHF Pro remotes for this
receiver will interfere with each other when operated at
the same time. This may prevent the remotes from
operating the receiver momentarily.
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INSTALLING BATTERIES
The remote control requires AAA batteries. When
you replace old batteries, you should replace all of the
batteries. Use batteries of the same kind, for example,
alkaline or carbon zinc, and don’t mix batteries of
different kinds. Alkaline batteries last longer.
1. Press down on the battery cover and slide the
cover off.
2. If you are replacing batteries, take out all of
the old batteries.
3. Put the new batteries in. Make sure
you match the plus (“+”) ends with the
plus markings on the battery case.
4. Slide the cover back into place.
UHF AND IR SIGNALS
The remote control may use either UHF radio signals or IR light
signals to control the receiver but uses only IR signals to control other
devices.
• IR signals travel only short distances (up to 40 feet),
and cannot go through walls or other solid objects.
You must point the remote control right at the device
you want to control, with no objects to block the signal path.
• UHF signals travel long distances (up to 200 feet) and can
go through walls and other solid objects. Because UHF signals
travel so far, the receiver may respond to signals from other
nearby remote controls. To handle this problem, you may want to
change the remote and receiver addresses. See Setting Up to
Control the Satellite Receiver on page 5.
• Confirm that the UHF remote antenna is attached to the receiver’s
back panel UHF REMOTE ANTENNA input so you can use
your UHF Pro remote.
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CONVERTING THE 4.0 REMOTE CONTROL
By replacing the key at the bottom of the 4.0 remote, this remote can be
converted to look and work like a 3.0 IR or to operate like a second
UHF Pro remote to control the
side of the DISH 322 receiver. The
instructions below show you how to replace this key. After replacing
the key, follow the instructions in Setting Up to Control the Satellite
Receiver.
Note: If you do not need to replace the key, you do not need to
complete the instructions below. Go to Setting Up to Control the
Satellite Receiver.
1. Slide the battery cover off.
2. Insert your thumbnail in the
seam between the remote
control and the blue key to
separate the key.
3. Grasp the key at the bottom and pull down firmly to remove.
4. If you are converting the remote
to look and work like a 3.0 IR
remote, then turn the removed
key over with the green 1 side
up (this key should not have a
UHF Pro marking). Reinstall
the key with the green side
showing. Make sure the key
snaps in place.
Note: Key
has no UHF
Pro marking.
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5. If you are converting the remote
to operate like a second UHF
Pro remote to control the
side of the DISH 322 receiver,
then get the green 1 UHF Pro
key provided separately. Install
this key in the remote with the
UHF Pro marking showing.
Note: Key has the
UHF Pro marking.
If you set up your DISH 322 to operate the
side using UHF Pro, the two UHF Pro remotes
for this receiver will interfere with each other
when operated at the same time. This may
prevent the remotes from operating the receiver
momentarily.
6. If you have not already installed batteries, install them now.
See Installing Batteries for further details.
7. Slide the battery cover back into place.
SETTING UP TO CONTROL THE SATELLITE
RECEIVER
The remote and the receiver must be set up on the same address
so that the remote can control the receiver. When you get the remote,
it's already set up to control the receiver on address 1. However, your
receiver may be set to a different address or, in the case of the
DISH 322, may need some additional setup. To set up the remote
and receiver to work together on the same address, use the following
instructions.
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1. For DISH 322 receivers only: If you are using a 4.0 Remote
control with the green 1 UHF Pro key installed, perform the
steps a. through e. below. If not, then go to step 2.
a. Open the TV1 UHF Pro Setup screen by pressing
MENU-6-1-8 on the remote control.
b. Select Enable from the TV1 UHF Pro Setup screen.
c. Press the SYS INFO button to open the System
Information screen.
d. Move the highlight to the address for the Primary Remote
Address as shown below. This is important - if you do not
do this, your remote will change the receiver's Secondary
Remote Address and cause your Remote Control 1 to
control the
side of your receiver.
Note: Highlight
the Primary
Remote
Address if you
are using a 4.0
remote with a
green 1 UHF Pro
key.
Do not do this step if you are using 4.0
Remote with blue 2 key. This will cause your
Remote Control 2 to control
side of your
receiver.
e. Go to step 3 below.
2. Open the System Information screen. Consult your receiver
user's guide for instructions on how to open this screen without
using the remote control. The System Information screen
will show either one Remote Address, or it may show a
Primary Remote Address and a Secondary Remote
Address.
Note: On the DISH 322, leave Done highlighted.
3. Press and hold the SAT mode button about three
seconds, until all the mode buttons light up,
and then let go of the SAT button. The SAT mode
button will blink.
4. Use the number buttons to enter any number
from 1 to 16. The SAT mode button goes out after you enter
each digit, and then lights up again.
Write down the number you entered:
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5. Press the POUND (#) button.
If you entered the address correctly, the SAT mode
button will flash three times.
6. Press the RECORD button. If you are using the 4.0
remote with the green 1 key (no UHF Pro marking),
point the remote control at the receiver when you
press the RECORD button.
7. Make sure the System Information screen shows the correct
remote address as follows:
• If only one Remote Address is shown, make sure this
address matches the number you entered in step 4.
• If you are using 4.0 remote with the green 1 UHF Pro key,
make sure that the Primary Remote Address shows
UHF Pro and IR and that this address matches the number
you entered in step 4.
• If you are using 4.0 remote with the green 1 key (with no
UHF Pro marking), make sure that the Primary Remote
Address shows
IR and that this address matches the
number you entered in step 4.
• If you are using 4.0 remote with the blue 2 UHF Pro key,
make sure that the Secondary Remote Address matches
the number you entered in step 4.
8. Close the System Information screen. On most receivers,
this is done by selecting the Done button. See your receiver
user's guide for more information.
CHECKING THE REMOTE ADDRESS
To read out the remote control address setting:
1. Press and hold the SAT mode button for three seconds
until all mode buttons light. Then, let go.
2. Press the POUND (#) button twice while watching
the SAT mode button.
3. Count the number of times the SAT mode button
flashes. This number is the remote address. For
example, if the SAT mode button flashes 6 times, this
indicates the remote address is set to 6.
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SETTING UP TO CONTROL OTHER DEVICES
To use the remote to control other devices (such as a TV, VCR, DVD
player, tuner, or amplifier), you must first program it to control these
other devices. You can do this by either following the instructions in
Setting Up Using Device Code Tables on page 8, or the Setting Up
Using Device Codes Scan procedure described on page 9.
COMBINATION DEVICES
If you are programming the remote to control a combination device,
such as a TV/VCR or a VCR/DVD, program the remote control in one
mode, and then repeat the procedure in the other mode. For example, to
program the remote to control a TV/VCR using code 748, follow the
instructions to program the remote to control the TV using code 748,
and then repeat the instructions for the VCR using the same code.
LIMITED MODE
You can program your remote control in limited mode to keep from
accidentally changing the channel on your TV or VCR. When you use
the remote to control your TV in limited mode, you will only be able to
use the POWER, MUTE, and VOLUME buttons. Also, when you use
the remote to control your VCR in limited mode, you will only be able
to use the power and VCR function buttons. The section Setting Up
Using Device Codes Tables has a step that tells the remote control to go
into limited mode.
Note: Limited mode is not used with audio amplifiers.
SETTING UP USING DEVICE CODE TABLES
You can set up the remote to control other devices using the device
codes listed on page 25.
1. Use the device’s buttons or its remote control to turn on the
device.
2. Find the brand name of the device in the tables starting on
page 25.
If the brand isn’t listed, see Setting Up Using Device Codes
Scan on page 9.
3. Press and hold the mode button for the device you want
the remote to control, for about three seconds. When all the
other mode buttons light up, let go of the mode button - that
mode button should now be flashing.
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For example, hold the TV mode button for a TV until all of the
other mode buttons light. When you let go, the TV mode light
will flash.
4. Only for the AUX mode, Use a number button to enter 0 for a
second TV, or 1 for a second VCR or DVD player, or 2 for a
tuner or amplifier.
5. Use the number buttons to enter one of the
device codes from the table.
6. Only for limited mode, Press 1.
Note: If you want to use all of the remote
control’s features in TV mode, reprogram the
remote control following these instructions
but skip step 6.
7. Press the POUND (#) button. If you entered
the code correctly, the mode button flashes three times.
8. Press the blank POWER button to test if the
code works for the device. If it does, the
device should turn off.
9. Turn the device back on and try some other buttons to make
sure they work. Sometimes, the blank POWER button works
when other buttons don’t. If the code works for other buttons,
stop here.
10.If the code you entered doesn’t work, do steps 3 through 9 again
with another device code from the tables.
11.If you cannot find a code that works, try Scan for Device Codes
below.
SETTING UP USING DEVICE CODE SCAN
If the code for your device is not listed in the tables on starting page 25,
use this procedure to scan the remote control’s memory for the device
code.
1. Use the device’s buttons or its remote control to turn the device
on.
2. Press and hold the mode button for the device you want the
remote to control, for about three seconds. When all the other
mode buttons light up, let go of the mode button - that mode
button should now be flashing.
For example, hold the TV mode button for a TV until all of the
other mode buttons light. When you let go, the TV mode light
will flash.
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3. Only for the AUX mode, use the number buttons
to enter 0 for a second TV, 1 for a second VCR or
DVD player, or 2 for a tuner or amplifier. Then press
the STAR (*) button.
4. Press the blank POWER button.
5. Press the up or down arrow button until
the device turns off. You will have to do this
repeatedly to scan through all codes.
Note: The mode button for the device will flash
rapidly eight times when you’ve scanned all the
codes for that device.
6. If the remote reaches the correct code, the device
turns off. When this happens, press the POUND (#)
button to store the code in the remote.
7. Press the blank POWER button to turn the
device back on.
8. Try some other buttons to make sure they
work. Sometimes, the blank POWER
button works when other buttons don’t.
CHECKING THE DEVICE CODES
You can find out what device code you’ve set for each remote control
mode.
1. Press and hold the mode button for the device you want the
remote to control, for about three seconds. When all the other
mode buttons light up, let go of the mode button - that mode
button should now be flashing.
For example, hold the TV mode button for a TV until all of the
other mode buttons light. When you let go, the TV mode light
will flash.
2. Press the POUND (#) button twice. The mode button
flashes the number for each digit of the device code,
with a pause between the groups of flashes. A quick
flash is for zero. For example, if the code is 570, the
mode button flashes five times, pauses, flashes seven times,
pauses, and flashes once quickly.
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For AUX mode, the first group of flashes tells you what the
AUX mode controls. A quick flash (zero) before the three-digit
code is for a TV; one regular flash is for a VCR or DVD player;
and two flashes is for a tuner or amplifier. For example, if the
TV code is 570, the AUX mode button flashes once quickly,
pauses, flashes five times, pauses, flashes seven times, pauses,
and flashes once quickly.
SWITCHING BETWEEN TV AND DEVICE VOLUME
CONTROL
When you set up the remote to control a TV, the MUTE and VOLUME
buttons control the TV volume. However, if you want to use the AUX
mode to control a tuner or amplifier and the device has a volume
setting, you can set up the remote to control the device’s volume
instead of the TV volume.
To set the remote to control the device’s volume:
1. Press and hold the AUX mode button
for three seconds, and then let go of it. The AUX mode
button will blink.
2. Press the POUND (#) button.
3. Press the plus (+) side of the VOLUME
button.
4. Press the 0 number button.
5. Press the POUND (#) button.
The AUX mode button flashes three times.
6. Press the SAT mode button.
7. Press the plus (+) and minus (-) sides of the VOLUME
button.
The device’s volume changes and the AUX mode
button lights instead of the TV mode button.
To set the remote back to control the TV volume:
1. Press and hold the TV mode button
for three seconds, and then let go of it. The TV mode
button will blink.
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2. Press the POUND (#) button.
3. Press the plus (+) side of the VOLUME
button.
4. Press the 0 number button.
5. Press the POUND (#) button.
The TV mode button flashes three times.
6. Press the SAT mode button.
7. Press the plus (+) and minus (-) sides of the VOLUME
button.
The TV’s volume changes and the TV mode button lights
instead of the AUX mode button.
REMOTE CONTROL OPERATION
OPERATING MODES
You can set the remote to four different modes to control the receiver
or other devices. You may need to change the remote address to operate
the receiver. See Setting Up to Control the Receiver on page 5. You
must set up the remote to control a device like a TV, VCR, or DVD
player. See Setting Up to Control Other Devices on page 8.
Use the remote control’s mode buttons, SAT (satellite receiver), TV
(for a TV), VCR (for a VCR or a DVD player), and AUX (“auxiliary,”
for a second TV, a second VCR, a tuner, or an audio amplifier) to set
the remote to the right mode for the device. To change the mode, press
the button for the device you want the remote to control. The mode
button lights for two seconds to show you’ve set the remote to that
mode.
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CONTROLLING THE SATELLITE RECEIVER
SAT MODE BUTTON
Press this button to set the remote to SAT (“satellite”) mode to control
the receiver. The SAT mode button’s back light stays lit for about two
seconds to show you’ve set the remote to SAT mode. Make sure you
keep the remote in SAT mode to use the buttons following buttons.
Note: Your satellite receiver may not provide all of the functions
described below. Consult your receiver’s user guide for the features
your receiver provides.
TV/VIDEO BUTTON
If you connect the receiver with its back panel TV ANTENNA/CABLE
IN and TV SET OUT ports, use this button to switch the receiver
between the satellite signal (connect it to the SATELLITE IN port) and
another video signal like a cable or broadcast TV antenna input
(connect it to the receiver’s TV ANTENNA/CABLE IN input).
POWER BUTTONS
Press the blank POWER button to turn the receiver on or off.
Press the TV POWER button to turn your TV off and on.
Note: You must set up the remote to control the TV for the TV
POWER button to work. See Setting Up to Control Other Devices on
page 8.
VOLUME BUTTON
Press this button to raise (+) or lower (-) the TV sound volume.
Note: You must set up the remote to control the TV for the VOLUME
button to work. See Setting Up to Control Other Devices on page 8.
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MUTE BUTTON
Press this button to turn the TV sound on or off.
Note: You must set up the remote to control the TV for the MUTE
button to work. See Setting Up to Control Other Devices on page 8.
MENU BUTTON
Press this button to open the Main Menu.
PAGE UP AND PAGE DOWN BUTTONS
Press the PAGE UP button or the PAGE DOWN button to scan, page
by page, through the Program Guide, a Themes list, a Favorite
List, an Event Timers list, or a list of channels.
Note: An “event” is any satellite program.
GUIDE BUTTON
Press this button to open the Program Guide. When you have the
Program Guide open, press this button to change between your
Favorite Lists.
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ARROW BUTTONS
• Change channels - Press the UP or DOWN arrow button to
change channels.
• Open the Browse Banner - Press the RIGHT arrow button.
• Show Themes - Press the LEFT arrow button.
• Move around within the Program Guide, menus, and Browse
Banner - Press the UP, DOWN, LEFT, and RIGHT arrow
buttons.
SELECT BUTTON
Press this button to select the option you highlight in a menu.
RECALL BUTTON
Press this button to go back to the last receiver channel you watched.
Press it again to switch between the last two receiver channels you
watched.
INFO BUTTON
• Program information - Press the INFO button for more
information when you watch a program, or when you have the
Program Guide, Browse Banner, or Themes list open.
• Help - Press the INFO button to see help information when a
Help button appears in a menu.
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VIEW TV BUTTON
• When you watch a program, press this button to briefly display
the Program Banner.
• When you use a menu, press this button to cancel
and go back to watch a program.
CANCEL BUTTON
Press this button to cancel and go back to the previous menu or to
watch a program.
DISH BUTTON
Press the dish button to go to Dish Home for receivers that support
Dish Home.
NUMBER BUTTONS
• Change the channel - Use the NUMBER buttons to enter a
channel number to change the channel. If you have the Program
Guide open, use the NUMBER buttons to jump to the channel
listing on the Program Guide.
• Scroll through the Program Guide by time - When you have
the Program Guide open, enter a number of hours using these
buttons, and then press the RIGHT or LEFT arrow button to skip
the Program Guide forward or backward that many hours.
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Enter menu options - For an option with a number, you can press
the number for that option instead of highlighting and selecting
the option.
• Enter numbers in a blank - Highlight the place where you need to
enter the number. Press a number button(s) (or, you can use the
UP/DOWN arrow buttons to enter the number).
• Search - Use the letters above the NUMBER buttons while in the
Search menu. For example, when looking for the channel and
times to watch Rudy Friml Presents, you press 7 three times for
an R, 8 two times for a U, 3 one time for a D, and 9 three times
for a Y to spell the word “Rudy” (see your receiver’s User Guide
for more information).
STAR (*) BUTTON
Press this button to back space while using the search function of your
receiver.
POUND (#) BUTTON
Press this button to display the Search screen. Also, you use this
button in several procedures in this User Guide.
RECOVER BUTTON
Use the RECOVER button if you accidentally change the channel or
video input on your TV and cannot get the picture back from your
satellite receiver. When you press the RECOVER button as described
below, the remote control sends commands to your TV to change
channels or video inputs to try to get you back to watching satellite
programming.
Note: RECOVER only works if the remote control has been set up to
control the TV and/or VCR, if connected (see Setting Up to Control
Other Devices on page 8).
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USING THE RECOVER BUTTON
Use this procedure works only if you have accidentally changed
the TV channel or video input. It does not recover lost satellite
signal.
Note: RECOVER will first try to tune your TV to channel 3, then
channel 4, and then other video inputs with each press of the
RECOVER button. You may need to press the RECOVER button
up to 30 times to recover your satellite TV video.
1. Press and hold the RECOVER button until all four mode
buttons light, and then let go of the button. The SAT mode
button flashes twice and then all four mode buttons flash three
times.
2. Press the RECOVER button. Wait for the TV mode button to
flash once and then all four mode buttons to flash once.
3. If you see the System Info screen, press the SELECT button
to close the screen. You have recovered your satellite video.
4. If you do not see the System Info screen, repeat steps 2 and 3
until you have recovered your satellite video.
Note: Press any remote control button other than the
RECOVER button to end this procedure.
PROGRAMMING THE RECOVER BUTTON TO TUNE THE TV
TO A SPECIFIC CHANNEL
The RECOVER button can be programmed to tune your TV back
to the TV channel you use to watch satellite programming.
1. Program your remote to control your TV using the instructions
in Setting Up to Control Other Devices on page 8.
2. Press and hold the TV mode button until all the other mode
buttons light up, and then let go of the button. The TV mode
button flashes.
3. Press the STAR (*) button.
4. Enter the three digits of your channel number. For example, if
your remote TV is set to channel 60, enter 0-6-0.
5. Press the POUND (#) button. The TV mode button flashes
three times.
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CONTROLLING A TV (OR A SECOND TV)
Only the buttons described here control a TV. Some of the buttons
described heremay not control your TV. See your TV user’s manual for
information about the TV’s features.
You can set up the remote to control a second TV in AUX mode, the
same way it controls the first TV in TV mode. See Setting Up to
Control Other Devices on page 8.
TV MODE BUTTON
You must first set up the remote to control the TV. See Setting Up to
Control Other Devices on page 8. Then press the TV mode button to
set the remote to TV mode. The TV mode button will stay lit for two
seconds to show you’ve set the remote to TV mode. Make sure you
keep the remote in TV mode to use the buttons described in this
section.
TV/VIDEO BUTTON
If the TV has video input options, use this button to switch the TV
video input.
POWER BUTTONS
Press either POWER button to turn the TV on or off.
Note: If you set up the remote to control one TV in TV mode and an
additional TV in AUX mode, pressing the TV POWER button controls
only the TV you set up in TV mode.
MUTE BUTTON
Press this button to turn the TV sound on or off.
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VOLUME BUTTON
Press this button to raise (+) or lower (-) the TV sound volume.
UP/DOWN ARROW BUTTONS
Use these buttons to change channels on the TV.
Note: These buttons do not change the channels on the TV if the
remote control is in limited mode.
SELECT BUTTON
The SELECT button works as the ENTER button for a TV.
RECALL BUTTON
Press this button to go back to the last TV channel you watched. Press
it again to switch between the last two TV channels you watched.
NUMBER BUTTONS
Use these buttons to directly enter a different channel.
Note: These buttons do not change the channels on the TV if the
remote control is in limited mode.
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CONTROLLING A VCR (OR A SECOND VCR OR A DVD
PLAYER)
Only the buttons described here control a VCR or DVD player. Some
of the buttons we tell you about here may not control your VCR. See
your VCR or DVD player user’s manual for information about the
features.
You can set up the remote to control a second VCR or DVD player in
AUX mode, the same way it controls the first VCR or DVD player in
VCR mode. See Setting Up to Control Other Devices on page 8.
VCR MODE BUTTON
You must first set up the remote to control the VCR or DVD player.
See Setting Up to Control Other Devices on page 8. Then press the
VCR mode button to set the remote to VCR mode. The VCR mode
button will stay lit for two seconds to show you’ve set the remote to
VCR mode. Make sure you keep the remote in VCR mode to use the
buttons we tell you about here.
You must put the remote in VCR mode to set it up to control a DVD
player. Put the remote in VCR mode to use it to control a DVD player.
TV/VIDEO BUTTON
Use this button to switch the VCR between its TV mode and its VCR
mode (see your VCR user’s manual for information).
POWER BUTTON
Press the blank POWER button to turn the VCR on or off. Press the
TV POWER button to turn the TV on or off.
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PAGE UP/DOWN ARROW BUTTONS
Use these buttons to change channels on the VCR.
Note: If you are using the remote control in Limited Mode, the VCR
will not change channels.
VIEW TV BUTTON
For VCR/DVD combinations only: Press the VIEW TV button to
switch between VCR and DVD functions.
VCR BUTTONS
• Press the BACK button to rewind a videotape
or reverse a DVD.
• Press the PAUSE button to pause a videotape
or DVD. Press this button or the PLAY button
to play the tape or DVD.
• Press the FWD (“forward”) button
to forward a videotape or DVD.
• Press the STOP button to stop playing
or recording on a videotape. Press the STOP
button to stop playing a DVD.
• Press the RECORD button to record
on a videotape.
• Press the PLAY button to play a videotape or DVD.
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CONTROLLING A TUNER OR AMPLIFIER
Only the buttons described here control a tuner or amplifier. Some of
the buttons described here may not control your tuner or amplifier. See
the device user’s manual for information.
AUX MODE BUTTON
You must first set up the remote to control the device. See Setting Up to
Control Other Devices on page 8. Then press the AUX mode button to
set the remote to AUX mode. The AUX mode button will stay lit for
two seconds to show you’ve set the remote to AUX mode. Make sure to
keep the remote in AUX mode to use the following buttons.
POWER BUTTON
Press the blank POWER button to turn the tuner or amplifier on or off.
Press the TV POWER button to turn the TV on or off.
MUTE BUTTON
Press this button to turn on or off the sound.
Note: Program the remote to control the device’s volume by following
the instructions on page 11.
VOLUME BUTTON
Press this button to raise (+) or lower (-) the sound volume.
Note: Program the remote to control the device’s volume by following
the instructions on page 11.
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UP/DOWN ARROW BUTTONS
Use these buttons to change channels on the tuner or amplifier.
SELECT BUTTON
This button works as the INPUT SELECT button for the tuner or
amplifier.
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DEVICE CODES
These tables contain the manufacturer codes for programming the
remote to control your TV, a VCR, DVD player, or audio amplifier.
Every attempt has been made to include all codes. If your device brand
is not listed or if the codes do not work, the remote may not control
your device. In some cases codes may operate some but not all buttons
shown in this guide.
TV Codes.
Programming in AUX
mode: In most cases use these
codes to program in TV mode;
however, if programming in
AUX mode, press 0 before
entering the TV code.
TV
A Mark
TV
Citizen
506, 516, 523, 524,
525, 526, 590, 652,
654, 657, 658, 680,
727
Classic
659
Colortyme
573, 627, 652, 654,
660, 667, 668, 671,
674, 679
Contec/Cony
541, 655, 657, 661,
662, 726
Craig
536, 541, 657, 661,
662, 666, 667, 694
Crown
526, 536, 657, 666,
670
Curtis Mathes
506, 516, 526, 573,
590, 641, 645, 650,
652, 654, 658, 659,
660, 664, 665, 667,
668, 670, 674, 680,
703, 708
Daewoo
505, 524, 526, 529,
530, 531, 573, 652,
653, 654, 658, 659,
663, 664, 665, 670,
672, 674, 684, 698,
719, 727
Daytron
526, 627, 652, 654,
658, 665, 670, 672
Codes
670
Action
662
Admiral
521, 605, 668, 669,
675
Aiko
727
Aiwa
751
Akai
570, 573, 659, 660,
A-Mark
620
Amtron
657
Anam National
509, 541, 620, 651,
657, 661, 663, 698
AOC
505, 506, 519, 520,
573, 620, 627, 652,
653, 654, 659, 664,
665, 670, 672
Apex
743, 744, 745
Archer
620
Audiovox
620, 657, 662, 672
Bell & Howell
590, 669, 675
Broksonic
752, 659, 661, 748
Capehart
519, 627
Codes
Dimensia
645, 650
DISH Network
742
Dixi
566, 620
Dumont
501, 627, 652
Echostar
722
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TV
526, 573, 651, 652,
654, 656, 659, 660,
665, 670, 709, 728
Emerson
526, 534, 536, 541,
573, 590, 627, 636,
642, 648, 652, 654,
655, 657, 658, 659,
660, 661, 662, 665,
666, 667, 669, 670,
677, 679, 682, 692,
696, 699, 720
Envision
542, 590, 683
Fujitsu
534, 682, 694
Funai
534, 541, 657, 661,
662, 677, 682, 694
GE
508, 509, 543, 544,
630, 645, 646, 650,
651, 652, 654, 659,
661, 663, 665, 667,
668, 670, 673, 676,
690, 691, 698, 701,
715, 716, 725, 728,
742
505, 523, 526, 545,
546, 566, 573, 652,
653, 654, 655, 656,
658, 659, 660, 664,
665, 670, 671, 693,
730, 747
Gradiente
660, 671
Granada
627, 670, 671
Grundig
670, 673
Hallmark
627, 652, 654, 659
Harmon/Kardon 561, 659
Hinari
534
Hitachi
523, 526, 548, 549,
553, 554, 555, 585,
597, 626, 636, 638,
643, 648, 652, 654,
655, 665, 668, 669,
670, 672, 673, 702,
718, 726
Infinity
566, 671
JBL
566, 671
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Codes
JC Penney
505, 506, 516, 525,
526, 543, 546, 631,
645, 646, 650, 652,
653, 654, 658, 659,
664, 667, 668, 670,
673, 676, 678, 680,
690, 691, 701, 725,
726, 728, 730
Jensen
556, 573, 652, 654,
660
JVC
508, 557, 559, 642,
649, 655, 667, 673,
676, 726, 735, 736,
737
Kawasho
548, 561, 573, 652,
654, 664
Kenwood
506, 573, 652, 654,
656, 659, 660, 664,
679
Kloss Novabeam
657, 663, 698, 723,
724
506, 573, 652, 654,
660, 664
Fisher
Goldstar
TV
Codes
Electrohome
Konka
753
KTV
526, 541, 573, 657,
658, 661, 662, 664,
665, 670, 696
Lloyds
627, 679
Loewe
566
Logik
675
Luxman
523, 652, 654
LXI
563, 566, 590, 595,
667, 631, 635, 645,
646, 650, 654, 659,
668, 683, 691, 701,
725
Magnasonic
573, 659, 660, 669,
672, 677
Magnavox
506, 520, 525, 536,
566, 567, 568, 573,
610, 652, 654, 656,
659, 660, 664, 665,
666, 669, 671, 673,
674, 677, 723, 724,
729
Majestic
675
Marantz
506, 566, 573, 652,
654, 660, 664, 665,
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TV
Codes
Megatron
627, 654
Memorex
590, 627, 653, 654,
659, 675, 720
MGA
504, 505, 506, 542,
571, 573, 627, 652,
653, 654, 656, 660,
728
Mitsubishi
504, 505, 542, 570,
571, 572, 573, 597,
623, 627, 652, 653,
654, 656, 659, 660,
664, 665, 670, 671,
705, 728
Montgomery
Ward
675
TV
Codes
Philco
505, 506, 525, 536,
568, 573, 610, 651,
652, 653, 654, 655,
656, 659, 660, 664,
665, 666, 669, 671,
672, 674, 677, 723,
724, 729
Philips
525, 566, 651, 652,
655, 656, 671, 690,
723, 724, 729
Pioneer
502, 548, 576, 636,
637, 648, 652, 654,
663, 665, 708
Portland
505, 526, 573, 652,
654, 658, 659, 664,
665, 670, 727
Motorola
521, 605, 651
Price Club
680
MTC
505, 506, 516, 523,
573, 627, 652, 653,
654, 659, 664, 667,
672, 680
Prism
676
Proscan
645, 646, 650, 668,
691, 725, 742
Multitech
657
Proton
NAD
502, 617, 627, 631,
635, 637, 654
513, 519, 526, 536,
585, 627, 652, 654,
655, 659, 660, 665,
666, 668, 670
National
509
Quasar
NEC
505, 506, 507, 517,
523, 573, 627, 651,
652, 653, 654, 660,
664, 665, 679, 731,
732
508, 509, 651, 663,
673, 676, 698, 700,
747
Radio Shack
526, 541, 607, 612,
645, 661, 662, 663,
668, 670, 698
Radio Shack/
Realistic
590, 607, 650, 652,
654, 655, 657, 658,
683, 730
RCA
503, 505, 548, 630,
633, 634, 636, 641,
645, 646, 648, 650,
651, 652, 653, 654,
656, 661, 663, 665,
667, 668, 670, 691,
698, 701, 708, 715,
716, 725, 742, 749
Realistic
590, 645
Runco
501
Sampo
506, 519, 652, 654,
658, 663, 664, 665,
698, 730, 746
Nikkai
612
Nikko
654, 672, 727
Onwa
541, 657, 661
Optimus
637
Optonica
521, 605, 607
Orion
694
Osaki
612
Panasonic
508, 509, 512, 566,
644, 651, 662, 663,
668, 672, 673, 676,
685, 689, 698, 700,
716, 234, 247
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TV
Samsung
Sansui
754
Sanyo
542, 590, 652, 683
SBR
566
Schneider
566
Scott
526, 534, 541, 600,
652, 654, 655, 657,
661, 662, 665, 670,
677, 682, 696, 701
Sears
Sharp
Signature
TV
Codes
505, 506, 516, 523,
526, 566, 573, 612,
627, 647, 652, 653,
654, 655, 656, 658,
659, 664, 665, 667,
669, 670, 679, 680,
704, 717, 730, 738
523, 534, 542, 563,
590, 595, 601, 604,
617, 627, 631, 635,
645, 646, 650, 652,
654, 656, 659, 661,
668, 670, 682, 683,
688, 691, 703, 725,
726
521, 526, 585, 605,
607, 628, 629, 652,
654, 655, 658, 669,
670, 674, 679, 739,
740, 741
Codes
Tatung
509, 651, 663, 698
Technics
508, 673, 676
Techwood
523, 573, 652, 654,
660, 676
Teknika
504, 505, 512, 516,
523, 524, 525, 526,
534, 536, 541, 573,
644, 652, 653, 654,
655, 657, 658, 661,
662, 664, 665, 666,
670, 672, 675, 680,
682, 685, 726, 727
Telefunken
679
Toshiba
516, 590, 617, 631,
635, 667, 680, 683,
688, 750
Totevision
526, 658, 668
Ultra
672
Universal
543, 690
Vector,
Research
506
Video Concepts
570, 661
Wards
536, 573, 607, 645,
650, 652, 653, 654,
656, 659, 664, 665,
666, 667, 668, 669,
674, 675, 677, 682,
690, 715, 723, 724,
729
675
Solavox
612
Sony
500, 578, 640, 670,
690
White,
Westinghouse
659, 664, 670, 672,
674
Soundesign
525, 536, 541, 627,
652, 654, 657, 659,
661, 665, 666, 682
Yamaha
505, 506, 573, 652,
653, 654, 656, 664,
666, 672, 679
Starlite
657
Supra
523
Sylvania
506, 525, 536, 566,
568, 569, 573, 600,
610, 652, 654, 656,
659, 660, 664, 665,
666, 671, 672, 674,
677, 723, 724, 729,
733
Symphonic
632, 657, 662, 677,
692, 694
Tandy
521, 605
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VCR CODES
VCR
Programming in AUX
mode: In most cases use these
codes to program in VCR mode;
however, if programming in
AUX mode, press 1 before
entering the VCR code.
VCR
CODES
Emerson
505, 506, 508, 509,
511, 512, 534, 559,
568, 588, 590, 618,
676, 678
Finlandia
549
Finlux
549, 556, 588
Fisher
548, 549, 581, 584,
588, 608, 610
678
CODES
Aiwa
588, 622, 623
Fuji
Akai
513, 514, 515, 516,
517, 518, 520, 568,
682
Funai
588
Garrard
588
GE
550, 551, 552, 554,
572, 591, 605, 607,
675, 678, 679
557, 558, 620, 685
Alba
546
Amstrad
588
ASA
556
Go Video
Audiovox
676
Goldstar
592, 594, 676, 747
Bell & Howell
581
Goodmans
585, 589
Broksonic
559, 748
Gradiente
588
589
Granada
549, 581
Calix
676
Grundig
556
Canon
554, 678, 679
Harmon/Kardon 568, 592
Capehart
546
Harwood
681
CCE
681
Hinari
589
Citizen
534, 591, 592, 594,
675, 676, 677
Hitachi
Colortyme
592,
536, 538, 539, 540,
588, 595, 597, 680,
682, 686
Craig
591, 658, 675, 676,
681, 685
ITT
518
JC Penney
Curtis Mathes
554, 592, 594, 605,
607, 675, 677, 678,
679, 683
554, 581, 591, 592,
594, 595, 600, 674,
675, 676, 678, 679,
680, 681, 685, 686
Daewoo
506, 534, 546, 547,
559, 588
Jensen
595, 680, 682
JVC
Daytron
546
561, 562, 563, 581,
592, 594, 600, 674,
682, 686
Denon
686
Kenwood
Dimensia
607
562, 581, 592, 594,
600, 674, 677, 682,
683
Dumont
549
Electrohome
512, 676
Bush
KLH
681
Kodak
676, 678
Lloyds
683
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VCR
Logik
CODES
VCR
CODES
589, 681, 685
Philips
554, 556, 585, 678
Luxor
518
Pioneer
LXI
676
562, 573, 574, 575,
576, 600, 674, 680,
Magnasonic
685
Portland
546, 677
Magnavox
Marantz
527, 533, 554, 556,
678, 679, 685
Proscan
605, 607
Proton
685
554, 556, 581, 585,
592, 594, 600, 602,
674, 677, 678, 683
Quasar
554, 678, 679, 747,
Radio Shack
512, 607, 608, 610
Matsushita
678
Radio Shack/
Realistic
581, 584, 588, 608,
675, 676, 678, 679
Memorex
507, 533, 549, 554,
566, 581, 585, 588,
608, 675, 676, 678,
686
Radix
676
RCA
518, 525, 527, 528,
591, 595, 605, 607,
615, 631, 649, 675,
678, 680, 686
Realistic
534, 549, 554, 581,
584, 585, 588, 608,
675, 678, 679
MGA
512, 567, 568
Minolta
595, 680, 686
Mitsubishi
512, 562, 567, 568,
570, 571, 595, 680
Motorola
678
Ricoh
502
MTC
544, 588, 675, 685
Runco
533
Multitech
579, 588, 675, 677,
681
Saisho
506
Salora
567, 581
Samsung
515, 517, 534, 579,
591, 675
Sansui
544, 562, 600, 674,
682, 685
Sanyo
549, 581, 582, 583,
608, 675
NAD
573
NEC
562, 581, 592, 594,
600, 602, 674, 677,
682, 683
Nikko
676
Noblex
675
Olympus
678
SBR
556
Optimus
676
Schneider
589
Optonica
585
Scott
508, 534, 559, 590
Orion
506
Sears
Panasonic
523, 554, 598, 614,
628, 633, 678, 679,
685, 747
548, 549, 581, 584,
595, 608, 610, 676,
678, 680, 683, 686
Sentra
546
Pentax
592, 595, 677, 680,
683, 686
Sharp
512, 585, 607, 625
Shintom
589, 595, 681, 685
Singer
678, 681, 685
Pentex
Research
Perdio
Philco
30
594
588
Sony
500, 501, 502, 504
554, 678, 679, 686
STS
678
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VCR
CODES
DVD PLAYER CODES
Sylvania
554, 556, 567, 588,
678, 679
Programming in AUX
mode: In most cases use these
Symphonic
588, 594, 683
Tandy
581, 588
Tashiko
588, 676
Tatung
594, 682,
codes to program in VCR mode;
however, if programming in
AUX mode, press 1 before
entering the VCR code.
Teac
588, 594, 682
DVD Players
Codes
Technics
554, 633, 678,
Aiwa
Teknika
554, 588, 676, 678
Alpine
634, 694, 751
653
Toshiba
534, 535, 567, 584,
590, 680
Apex
654, 655, 743, 744
Totevision
591, 675, 676
Unitech
675,
Broksonic
656, 752
Clarion,
696
Classic
695
Vector Research 534, 592, 600, 674,
677, 683
Daewoo
657
Video Concepts
534, 568, 592, 600,
674, 677, 683,
Denon
697, 698, 699, 700
Emerson
658, 701
534, 588, 595, 608,
675, 676, 678, 680,
681
Fisher
659
Funai
658
Wards
XR-1000
588, 678, 681
GE
702, 703
Yamaha
581, 592, 594, 600,
674, 682, 683
Go Video
692, 693
GPX
704
Zenith
500, 501, 533, 747
Hitachi
632, 635, 660, 705,
706, 707
TV/VCR COMBO CODES
Programming for
combination
equipment: Program the
remote control in TV mode and
then in VCR mode.
TV/VCR
TV
Codes
VCR
Codes
Broksonic
748
748
Goldstar
747
747
Panasonic
747
747
Quasar
747
747
Zenith
747
747
JVC
636, 689, 708, 711
Konka
637, 638, 753
Koss
745
Magnavox
626, 661
Memorex
709
Mintek
710
Mitsubishi
629
NAD
701
Norcent
762
Onkyo
713
Oritron
723
Panasonic
639, 662, 663, 714,
715, 716, 717, 734
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DVD Players
Tuner/
Amplifier
Codes
Philips
640, 641
Pioneer
665, 718, 719
Proscan
720
Qwestar
721, 723
RCA
627, 650, 666, 690,
742, 749
GE
Codes
711
Goldstar
677, 690
Harmon/Kardon
640, 672, 751
Hitachi
717, 754
JBL
640
Sampo
724
JVC
637, 683, 703, 725
Samsung
651, 652, 667, 668,
691, 740, 741
Kenwood
649, 676, 691, 726,
728, 745
Sansui
725, 754
Luxman
752
Sanyo
643, 726
Magnavox
654, 705, 740
Sharp
669, 727, 746
Marantz
651, 740, 742, 743
Sherwood
728
NAD
739
Sony
617, 644, 645, 670,
671, 729, 730, 731
Nakamichi
671, 748, 750
NEC
716, 739
Sylvania
658
Onkyo
642, 660, 662, 678
Teac
732
Optimus
Technics
733
648, 664, 734, 744,
749
Techwood
664
Panasonic
Toshiba
616, 646, 647, 672,
735, 736, 750,
643, 644, 652, 742,
746
Pioneer
658, 667, 668, 679,
702, 734
Yamaha
737, 738, 739
Zenith
648, 673
TUNER/AMPLIFIER CODES
Programming in AUX
mode: Press 2 before entering
the tuner/amplifier code.
Tuner/
Amplifier
Aiwa
654, 705
Quasar
652, 742, 746
Radio Shack
744
RCA
635, 638, 704, 727
Sansui
753
Sanyo
741
Sharp
712, 713, 714, 715,
749
Sherwood
646, 670, 736, 738,
744
Sony
639, 645, 650, 687,
728, 729, 730
Codes
636, 641, 656, 687,
718, 720, 724, 775,
726
Carver
653
Citizen
709
Curtis Mathes
734
Denon
647, 674
Fisher
653, 741
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Proton
Teac
684, 737
Technics
643, 644, 652, 742,
746
Toshiba
710
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Tuner/
Amplifier
Codes
Yamaha
663, 730, 731, 732,
733, 745, 747
DVD/VCR COMBO
CODES
Programming for
combination equipment:
Use VCR mode to control VCR
and DVD functions; however, if
programming in AUX mode,
press 1 before entering the DVD/
VCR code.
DVD/VCR
Codes
Go Video
692,693
JVC
689
RCA
690
Samsung
667,691
TV/DVD COMBO CODES
Programming for
combination equipment:
Program the remote control in
TV mode and then in VCR (or
AUX - press 1 before entering the
DVD code) mode.
TV/DVD
TV Codes
DVD
Codes
Aiwa
751
751
Broksonic
752
752
Konka
753
753
Panasonic
734
734
RCA
749
749
Sansui
754
754
Toshiba
750
750
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TROUBLESHOOTING
What’s
Happening
What’s Wrong
What You Can Do
While you do
a remote
procedure, the
remote control
“times out.”
• If you don’t press
any button
for 20 seconds in
a programming
sequence,
the remote
“times out.”
• If you hold a
button longer
than two
minutes, the
remote control
stops
transmitting to
save battery life.
Start over again.
When you
press the
remote control
Power button
to turn the
receiver on,
the receiver’s
front panel
Power light
doesn’t turn
on.
• Maybe the
batteries are
weak or dead.
• Replace the remote batteries with
fresh ones.
• Maybe you didn’t
plug the receiver
power cord into a
power outlet, or
maybe there’s a
problem with the
power.
• Maybe the
remote isn’t in
SAT mode.
• Maybe the
remote and the
receiver have
different
addresses.
• Make sure the receiver power cord
is plugged into a power outlet.
• UHF signals from
a neighbor's
remote may be
controlling your
receiver.
• Change your remote and receiver
address (see Setting Up to Control
the Receiver on page 5).
The receiver
changes
channels and
displays
menus when I
am not using
the remote
control.
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• Press SAT to set the remote to
SAT mode to control the receiver.
• Make sure the remote and the
receiver have the same address.
See Setting Up to Control the
Receiver on page 5.
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What’s
Happening
What’s Wrong
What You Can Do
When you
press a button
on the remote
control, the
device doesn’t
do what you
expect.
• Maybe you’re
trying to control a
device and
you’re not
pointing the
remote control
right at it.
• Remember, the remote control uses
IR signals to control all devices
except for the receiver (when using
the UHF antenna). IR signals travel
only 40 feet or less, and can’t go
through walls or other solid objects.
You must point the remote control
right at the device, with no objects to
block the signal path.
• If the batteries are missing or dead,
put fresh AAA-size batteries in. If
the remote has fresh batteries,
check whether you put them in the
right way. If you didn’t, take them
out and put them in the right way.
• Maybe the
remote control is
missing
batteries, maybe
you put the
batteries in the
remote the
wrong way, or
maybe the
batteries are
weak or dead.
• Maybe you didn’t
set the remote to
the mode for the
device you want
to control.
When you
press the
remote control
Mute or
Volume
button,
nothing
happens.
• Press the correct mode button to set
the remote to the mode for the
device you want
to control.
• Maybe you didn’t
set up the remote
to control the
device.
• Make sure you set up the remote
to control all the devices you want
to use. See Remote Control Setup
on page 5.
• UHF signals from
a neighbor’s
remote may be
controlling your
receiver.
• Change your remote and receiver
address (see Setting Up to Control
the Receiver on page 5).
• Maybe you have
not set up the
remote control.
• Maybe you’re
trying to control
TV volume but
you set up the
remote
to control a tuner
or amplifier in
AUX mode.
• Maybe you’re
trying to control
tuner or amplifier
volume but you
set up the remote
to control a TV
in AUX mode.
• See Setting Up to Control Other
Devices on page 8.
• Set up the remote to control either
TV volume or tuner/amplifier
volume, whichever you want.
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What’s
Happening
Your UHF Pro
remote control
does not work
well from far
away
What’s Wrong
What You Can Do
• You may be
experiencing
interference from
objects near your
receiver
antenna.
• Make sure the UHF antenna is
connected to the receiver and not
touching anything else.
• Vary the tilt angle of the receiver's
UHF antenna. Locate the UHF
antenna tip away from other
electronics equipment or metal
surfaces, even if separated by
wooden shelving.
• Move the receiver to different
locations. For best results, place the
receiver as high as possible, above
all other equipment in your
entertainment center.
• Place the UHF antenna outside the
entertainment center by using a
coaxial cable to connect it to the
receiver.
• Move any nearby off-air antenna
away from the UHF remote
antenna. Do not place an off-air
antenna on your receiver.
LIMITED WARRANTY
This Limited Warranty is a legal document. Keep it
in a safe place. Remember to keep your Sales
Receipt for warranty service. We will consider
any items you return without a copy of the
Proof of Purchase to be out of warranty.
This warranty extends only to the original user of the DISH Network
remote control (“you,” “your”) and is limited to the purchase price of
the remote control. EchoStar Technologies Corporation and its
affiliated companies (“we,” “our,” “us”) warrant this remote control
against defects in materials or workmanship as follows.
For one year from the original date of purchase, if we find the remote
control is defective subject to the limits of this warranty, we will
replace the remote at no charge for parts or labor. We warrant any such
work done against defects in materials or workmanship for the
remaining part of the original warranty period.
This warranty does not cover installation of the DISH Network
System; consumer instruction; physical set up or adjustment of any
consumer electronic device; remote control batteries; signal reception
problems; loss of use of the equipment; unused programming charges
due to equipment malfunction; cosmetic damage; damage due to
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lightning, electrical or telephone line surges, fire, flood, or other acts of
Nature; accident; misuse; abuse; repair or alteration by other than our
factory service; negligence; commercial or institutional use; improper
or neglected maintenance; equipment sold AS IS or WITH ALL
FAULTS; equipment removal or reinstallation; shipping damage if the
equipment was not packed and shipped in the manner we prescribe; nor
equipment purchased, serviced, or operated outside the contiguous
United States of America.
REPLACEMENT AS PROVIDED UNDER THIS WARRANTY IS
YOUR EXCLUSIVE REMEDY. WE SHALL NOT BE HELD LIABLE
FOR ANY INCIDENTAL OR CONSEQUENTIAL DAMAGES FOR
BREACH OF ANY EXPRESSED OR IMPLIED WARRANTY ON THIS
DEVICE, NOR FOR ANY INCIDENTAL OR CONSEQUENTIAL
DAMAGE RESULTING FROM THE USE OF, OR INABILITY TO USE,
THIS DEVICE. UNDER NO CIRCUMSTANCES SHALL OUR
LIABILITY, IF ANY, EXCEED THE PURCHASE PRICE PAID FOR
THIS DEVICE. EXCEPT TO THE EXTENT PROHIBITED BY
APPLICABLE LAW, ANY IMPLIED WARRANTY OF
MERCHANTABILITY OR FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE
ON THIS DEVICE IS LIMITED IN DURATION TO THE DURATION
OF THIS WARRANTY. WE RESERVE THE RIGHT TO REFUSE TO
HONOR THIS WARRANTY IF WE DETERMINE ANY OF THE
ABOVE EXCEPTIONS TO HAVE CAUSED THIS DEVICE NOT TO
HAVE PERFORMED PROPERLY. THIS WARRANTY SHALL BE
VOID IF ANY FACTORY-APPLIED IDENTIFICATION MARK,
INCLUDING BUT NOT LIMITED TO SERIAL OR CONDITIONAL
ACCESS NUMBERS, HAS BEEN ALTERED OR REMOVED. THIS
WARRANTY SHALL ALSO BE VOID IF THE DEVICE HAS BEEN
OPENED BY AN UNAUTHORIZED PERSON (with the exception of
opening the battery cover).
This warranty gives you specific legal rights which may vary from
state to state. Some states do not allow the exclusion or limitations of
incidental or consequential damages, or allow limitations on the
duration of an implied warranty, so those limitations may not apply to
you.
ADVANCE EXCHANGE PROGRAM
The Advance Exchange Program allows you to have replacement
equipment shipped immediately to you (depending upon where you
live, it could take three to five business days). Along with replacement
equipment, you will receive a prepaid shipping label and instructions
on how to return the defective equipment.
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The shipping charge, for receiving replacement equipment and
returning the defective equipment, is a one time fee based on
EchoStar's competitive bulk shipping rates (additional charges may
apply outside of the continental US). This fee will be charged to your
billing account or your valid credit card.
If you do not ship the defective equipment to EchoStar within ten days
after receiving the replacement, your billing account or credit card will
be charged the market price of the replacement. If you return the
defective equipment after ten days, you will receive a full refund less
an administrative fee.
If your equipment is out of warranty and can be repaired your billing
account or credit card will be charged the standard repair fee for the
replacement. If damage to the defective equipment is found, which
EchoStar in its sole discretion determines has voided the warranty, or
makes the equipment unrepairable, your billing account or credit card
will be charged the market price of the replacement.
POST RECEIPT EXCHANGE PROGRAM
You may choose to ship the equipment to us at your cost. To provide
faster service, upon receipt of your equipment you will be shipped a
replacement. Your original equipment will not be available for return.
The equipment you return will be checked to verify whether it is
covered under this warranty. If the defective equipment is covered
under this warranty, it will be replaced and shipped back to you at no
additional cost (additional charges may apply outside of the continental
US).
If your equipment is out of warranty and can be repaired your billing
account or credit card will be charged the standard repair fee for the
replacement. If damage to the defective equipment is found, which
EchoStar in its sole discretion determines has voided the warranty, or
makes the equipment unrepairable, your billing account or credit card
will be charged the market price of the replacement.
ACCESSORY WARRANTY
An accessory is any DISH Network branded equipment, displaying the
DISH Network logo, excluding the receiver, Smart Card, cables and
hookups, and non-mechanical components. A one-year warranty
becomes effective upon the activation of the DISH system or date of
purchase, if bought separately. A proof of purchase is required to verify
the purchase date. If an accessory has an expired warranty, no
exchange will be issued. You may purchase replacement accessories
from DISH Network or your local retailer.
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IF YOU NEED HELP
1. Review this User Guide.
2. See Troubleshoot the Remote on page 34.
3. Call the Customer Service Center at 1-800-333-DISH (3474).
Have the date of purchase and your customer account number
ready.
4. A Representative will help you.
5. If the representative finds you should return the remote control,
you’ll get
a telephone number to call for a Return Authorization (RA)
number. Before shipping any equipment to us, you must get
a Return Authorization number.
6. You must package returned equipment the right way. Follow the
instructions the representative gives you.
7. Write the RA number in large, clearly visible characters on the
outside of the shipping box used to return the equipment.
To avoid confusion and misunderstandings, we will return
shipments without an RA number clearly visible on the outside
of the box to you at your cost.
8. We will:
• Check the remote control, including whether it is covered
under the warranty.
• Replace any remote we find is defective with a new or
refurbished remote, if the defective remote is covered under
the warranty. We will ship the replacement remote at our
expense.
• If a defective remote is not covered under the warranty,
we will tell you. We may assess you a flat rate charge for a
replacement remote, including shipping and insurance.
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Copyright © 2005
EchoStar Technologies Corporation
Englewood, Colorado 80112
All rights reserved.
The information in this Guide may change without notice.
We may issue revisions to tell you about such changes.
Send any comments or questions to:
EchoStar Technologies Corporation,
Technical Publications, 94 Inverness Terrace East,
Englewood, Colorado 80112
Part Number: 142926
Printed in the United States of America.
DISH Network is a registered trademark of EchoStar Satellite L.L.C.
For information about DISH Network, visit our website
at www.dishnetwork.com.