Apex Digital AVL-2076 Product manual

Universal Remote
Model: 39900 & ONA12AV058
PRODUCT MANUAL
Table of Contents
Introduction............................................................ 2
Battery Installation.................................................. 3
Care and Maintenance...................................... 3
Button Functions.................................................... 4
Programming Your Remote.................................... 6
Direct Code Entry.............................................. 6
Auto Code Search............................................. 8
Controlling Combo Devices.............................. 9
Master Volume Feature........................................ 10
Reset to Factory Settings..................................... 11
Troubleshooting.................................................... 12
FCC Statement..................................................... 13
Remote Code Section.......................................... 14
Congratulations on your purchase of the ONN
Universal Remote. This remote is capable of
operating thousands of audio/video devices
including TVs, DVD players, cable, satellite
receivers, and more!
IMPORTANT:
SAVE THIS MANUAL FOR
FUTURE REFERENCE
QR Code
Scan the QR code to view our helpful
demonstration video for programming your
ONN remote.
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Battery Installation
Your universal remote requires two (2) AAA
Alkaline batteries (not included).
To Install the Batteries:
1. Remove the battery compartment cover by
sliding the cover down.
2. Match the (+) and (-) marks on the batteries
to the (+) and (-) marks inside the battery
compartment, then insert two (2) AAA Alkaline
batteries. Be sure to use fresh batteries.
3. Slide the battery compartment cover back
into place.
Note: If your remote stops operating properly,
replace the batteries with new ones. The remote
will retain the codes you have programmed for up
to 10 minutes after the batteries are removed.
Battery Precautions:
• Do not mix old and new batteries.
• Do not mix alkaline, standard (carbon-zinc), or
rechargeable (Ni-Cd, Ni-MH, etc.) batteries.
• Always remove old, weak or worn-out batteries
promptly and recycle or dispose of them in
accordance with local and national regulations.
Care and Maintenance
• Keep the remote away from moisture. If it gets
wet, dry it immediately.
• Use and store the remote at normal
household temperatures.
• Use a soft, damp cloth to clean the remote.
• If the remote is not going to be used for a
long period of time, remove the batteries
from the remote.
• Handle the remote with care.
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Button Functions
TV, CBL/SAT,
VCR/AUX, DVD
Selects the device
to control.
ON•OFF Turns
the device On
or Off.
EXIT Exits OnScreen Menus.
MUTE Turns off the TV
sound while the picture
remains. In SHIFT mode
OK Selects menu items
for the device you are
controlling.
INPUT Selects the video
inputs from available
viewing sources.
NUMBERS
Enter numbers for direct
channel selection.
DOT: Used to select
digital channels, for
example: 4.1, 9.2
RECORD, PLAY
STOP, REW (rewind),
FF (fast forward), PAUSE
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Red Indicator
Light when
any button is
pressed.
Button Functions, cont.
MENU displays the
Menu on the TV and
other devices. Use
the SHIFT button to
access this feature.
? (INFO) displays/selects
on-screen channel
information, etc.
VOLUME UP/DOWN
Changes the volume
level of the device,
normally the TV.
CHANNEL Up/Down
Changes the channels.
In SHIFT mode, these
buttons navigate onscreen cursors and
are used to make
selections.
SETUP button is used to
program the remote.
SHIFT is the alternative
function of this button.
Use the SHIFT button
to access the Menu and
Navigation functions of your
device. To enter the SHIFT
mode press this button once.
To exit the shift mode, press
the SHIFT button again.
NOTE: The red indicator light
will blink when the remote is
in SHIFT mode.
ENTER
For some TV models, used
after direct channel number
entry to immediately change
to the selected channel.
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Programming Your Remote
Your ONN universal remote control is designed to
control up to 4 different audio/video devices such
as TV, DVD, VCR, satellite, cable and audio using
only one remote. To use this remote, you will need
to program it to control the devices of your choice.
There are two ways to program the remote - direct
code entry or auto code search.
Direct Code Entry (Recommended)
1. Locate the Remote Code List
provided in this manual. Find the
DEVICE CATEGORY you wish to
program (for example TV, DVD, SAT,
AUX) and then find the BRAND
of that device. Circle all the codes
under that brand. Example: For a GE
TV, locate the TV code section then
circle all of the GE TV codes.
2. Manually turn on the device you
wish to control.
3. Press and hold the SETUP button
until the red indicator light stays on
(approximately 2 seconds) and then
release the SETUP button.
4. Press and release the desired device
button on the remote (TV, DVD, SAT,
AUX). The red indicator will blink
once and then remain on.
5. Enter the first 4-digit code previously
found in the code list using the
number buttons on the remote. If the
code entered is a valid code, the red
indicator light will turn off. If the
code entered is not a valid code, the
red indicator light will flash and
remain on allowing you to re-enter
the code.
Note: If no buttons are pressed for
35 seconds, the remote will exit the
SETUP mode and you will have to
start over.
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Programming Your Remote
6. Point the remote at the device.
Press the POWER button—if the
device turns off, no further
programming is required for that
device. If the device does not turn
off, return to step 3 and use the
next code found in the code list.
Continue this process until a code
for your device is found.
To view a helpful demonstration video for
programming your ONN remote, see QR code
on page 2 of this manual.
Programming Notes
• If your device does not respond to the remote
after trying all codes listed or your brand is
not listed in the code list, use the Auto Code
Search method to program your remote.
• Sometimes the first code that “works” with
your device may operate only a few functions
of your device. There may be another code
in the code list that performs more functions.
Try other codes from the code list for more
functionality.
• You can use any device button to control other
devices in your home entertainment system.
For example, you can use the AUX device
button to control an audio receiver or a DVD,
VCR, satellite, etc.
• For combination devices, you may have to
enter a code for each device. For example, for
a VCR/DVD device, you may have to enter a
code for the DVD under the DVD button and
enter a code for the VCR using a different
device button on the remote.
• Write down the code found to operate your
device for future reference.
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Programming Your Remote
Auto Code Search
The Auto Code Search searches automatically
through all of the codes stored in this remote. Read
all the following steps prior to starting the auto
search as you will need to be prepared to lock-in
the proper code when found.
1. Manually turn on the device you wish
to control.
2. Press and hold the SETUP button
until the red indicator light stays on
(approximately 4 seconds) and then
release the button.
3. Press and release the desired device
button on the remote (TV, DVD, SAT,
AUX). The red indicator will blink
once and then remain on.
4. Point the remote at the device and
press and release the POWER button
(for TV) or PLAY button (for DVD,
VCR, etc.) to start the search. The
red indicator will flash (approximately
every 2 seconds) as the remote
searches. Note: The remote must be
pointed at the device for the duration
of this search.
5. Place your finger on the #1 button so
you are prepared to lock-in the code.
6. When the device shuts off or begins
playing, press the #1 button to
lock-in the code. The red indicator
light will turn off. Note: You have
approximately two seconds after the
device shuts off or begins playing to
lock-in the code.
7. Point the remote at the device and
check to see if the remote operates
the device as desired. If it does, no
further programming is required for
that device. If it does not, return to
step 2 and start the auto search.
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Programming Your Remote
To view a helpful demonstration video for
programming your ONN remote, see QR code
on page 2 of this manual.
Programming Notes
• This process may take several minutes as the
remote contains many codes.
• The SETUP button can be used during the
search process to reverse the direction of the
search of the remote codes. For example, if
you miss the code for your device and the
remote is continuing to search (as indicated by
the blinking red light), press the SETUP button
and the code search will reverse direction and
return to the code.
• When using the Auto Code Search
programming method, the device button
corresponding to the type of device you want
to control must be selected (for example, the
TV device button must be selected in step 3 if
you want to control a TV, the DVD/VCR device
button for a DVD player, etc.)
• Sometimes the first code that “works” with
your device may operate only a few functions
of your device. There may be another code
in the code list that performs more functions.
Continue the code search as directed above
until the best code is found.
Controlling Combo Devices
Some Combo devices (e.g. TV/VCR, TV/DVD,
DVD/VCR, etc.) will require you to setup up two
different Mode buttons to control both parts of
the Combo device. For example, if you have a
TV/DVD Combo, you might need to set up one
code under the TV button to control the TV part
AND a separate code (under any other Mode
button) to control the DVD part.
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Master Volume Feature
Master Volume Feature
The Master Volume Feature allows you to select
a single device (TV or audio receiver) that the
volume control always controls. For example,
the remote can be in TV mode while the volume
buttons control the volume on your audio receiver
instead of your TV.
Enabling the Master Volume Feature
1. Press and hold the SETUP button
until the red indicator stays on
(approximately 4 seconds) and then
release the button.
2. Press and release desired device
button (TV, DVD, SAT, AUX) for the
device you wish to setup to control
the volume.
3. Press and release the
MUTE button.
4. Press and release the VOL +
button. The red indicator will blink
twice and then go off.
To test the feature put the remote in
another mode such as the TV mode
if you programmed the audio receiver
to be the Master Volume Device.
Point the remote at the audio receiver,
press and hold either the VOL + or
the VOL - button. If the audio receiver
volume changes then the remote is
programmed correctly. If the TV volume
changes and not the audio receiver,
you will have to repeat the steps above
and test again.
Disabling the Master Volume Feature
1. Press and hold the SETUP button
until the red indicator stays on
(approximately 4 seconds) and then
release the button.
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Master Volume Feature, cont.
2. Press and release the device button
(TV, DVD, SAT, AUX) which is
programmed to control the Master
Volume Feature.
3. Press and release the
MUTE button.
4. Press and release the VOL button. The red indicator light
will blink twice and go off.
To make sure the Master Volume
Feature is disabled, put the remote in
TV mode if you programmed the audio
receiver to be the Master Volume
Device. Point the remote at the TV and
press a volume button. If the volume
changes on the TV, the feature is
disabled. If the volume on the audio
receiver changes, and not the TV, you
will have to repeat the steps above
and test again.
Reset to Factory Settings
1. Press and hold the SETUP button
until the red indicator stays on
(approximately 4 seconds) and then
release the button.
2. Press and release the OK button.
3. Press and release the number #0
button. The red indicator light will
flash twice.
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Troubleshooting
Remote does not operate your device.
• Make sure the batteries are fresh and
installed correctly.
• Aim the remote directly at your device, and
make sure that there are no obstructions
between the remote and device.
• Make sure you select the appropriate device on
the remote you wish to control, for example, TV
for TV, DVD for DVD, etc.
• Try programming the remote with a different
code. See Direct Code Entry section.
• Remote may not be compatible with
your device.
Remote does not operate some features of
your device.
• Sometimes a particular code might operate
a few features but not all. Try programming
remote with a different code from the code list.
See Direct Code Entry section.
• Remote may not be able to operate all features
of your device or button names may be
different than that of your original remotes.
Remote Code is not available for a combo
device (e.g. TV/VCR, TV/DVD)
• Some Combo devices (e.g. TV/VCR, TV/DVD,
DVD/VCR, etc.) will require you to set up two
different Mode buttons to control both parts of
the Combo device, For example, if you have a
TV/DVD Combo, you might need to set up one
code under the TV button to control the TV part
AND a separate code (under any other Mode
button) to control the DVD part.
BEFORE YOU RETURN THIS PRODUCT TO
THE STORE, PLEASE VISIT THE WEBSITE
www.myOnnRemote.com FOR FURTHER
ASSISTANCE; OR CALL (800)-654-8483 FOR
TECHNICAL SUPPORT.
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FCC Statement
FCC Statement
This device complies with Part 15 of the FCC
Rules. Operation is subject to the following two
conditions: (1) this device may not cause harmful
interference, and (2) this device must accept any
interference received, including interference that
may cause undesired operation.
Warning: Changes or modifications to this unit
not expressly approved by the party responsible
for compliance could void the user’s authority to
operate the equipment.
NOTE: This equipment has been tested and found
to comply with the limits for a Class B digital
device, pursuant to Part 15 of the FCC Rules.
These limits are designed to provide reasonable
protection against harmful interference in a
residential installation. This equipment generates,
uses and can radiate radio frequency energy and,
if not installed and used in accordance with the
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 user is encouraged to try to correct the
interference by one or more of the following
measures:
• Reorient or relocate the receiving antenna.
• Increase the separation between the equipment
and receiver.
• Connect the equipment into an outlet on a
circuit different from that to which the receiver
is connected.
• Consult the dealer or an experienced radio/TV
technician for help.
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