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Cat. No. 15-1990
OWNER’S MANUAL
3-in-One Pocket Remote Control
Please read before using this equipment.
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FEATURES
Your RadioShack 3-in-One Pocket Remote Control
can replace up to three infrared remote controls.
You can use it to control your TV, VCR, TV/VCR
combination, and cable converter.
Unlike some universal remote controls, the 3-in-One
is preprogrammed with the most commonly used
commands and does not have to learn its commands
from the original remote controls. All you have to do
is tell it which TV, VCR, TV/VCR combination, or cable converter’s remote controls you want to replace
(by entering 4-digit codes).
This manual includes a list of many manufacturers’
4-digit codes for TVs, VCRs, and cable converters.
Your remote control’s features include:
Powerful Infrared Beam — so you can operate your
remote-controlled devices from a greater distance
than with many of the original remote controls.
Handy Reference Label — provides a convenient
place for you to write down the manufacturers’ codes
for your devices.
Convenient Keypad Design — each key is positioned for easy operation.
Toll Free Support — you can get expert help for
your remote control by calling 1-888-284-8735.
Note: You need two AAA batteries (not supplied) to
power your 3-in-One Pocket Remote Control.
© 1999 Tandy Corporation.
All Rights Reserved.
Plug ’n Power and RadioShack are registered trademarks
used by Tandy Corporation.
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CONTENTS
Introduction .................................................................. 4
Preparation ...................................................................
Installing Batteries ...................................................
Device Types ...........................................................
Setting Up Your Remote Control ..............................
To Operate your TV/VCR Combination ....................
5
5
6
6
8
Operation ...................................................................... 9
Punch-Through ........................................................ 9
Turning Punch-Through Off/On ..................... 10
Manufacturers’ Codes ...............................................
Cable Converters ...................................................
Televisions .............................................................
VCRs .....................................................................
TV/VCR Combinations ..........................................
11
11
13
19
25
If You Have Problems .................................................
Manual Code Search .............................................
Determining the 4-Digit Code ........................
Troubleshooting .....................................................
27
27
28
29
Care ............................................................................. 30
Specifications ............................................................ 31
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INTRODUCTION
Your RadioShack 3-in-One Pocket Remote Control
was designed to control the most commonly used
functions on your TV, VCR, TV/VCR combination,
and cable converter.
When you set up the remote control, its command
keys work like the keys on your original remote controls. For example, the remote control’s POWER key
works like a key on your original remote control
which might be labeled POWER ON/OFF.
Key
Function
P
Used in setting up your devices.
POWER, CH +,
CH –, VOL +,
VOL –, MUTE
Operate the same as the corresponding keys on your original
remote control.
CBL, VCR, TV
Used when you set up the remote
control to replace your original
remote controls. Also used during
normal operation to tell the
remote control which device you
want to control.
REW
, STOP
, FFWD
,
REC , PLAY ,
PAUSE
Control VCR functions.
Notes:
• Whenever you use REC
on the remote control, you must press it twice. This safety feature
helps you avoid accidentally recording over
tapes.
• The remote control might not be able to duplicate some of your original remote control’s
seldom-used functions.
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PREPARATION
INSTALLING BATTERIES
Your remote control requires two AAA batteries (not
supplied) for power. For the best performance and
longest life, we recommend RadioShack alkaline
batteries.
Cautions:
• Use only fresh batteries of the required size and
recommended type.
• Do not mix old and new batteries or different
types of batteries.
• Do not press any of the remote control’s keys
while installing batteries.
Note: The remote control’s built-in memory backup
saves any programmed codes for about 10 minutes
after the batteries have been removed. We recommend you have fresh batteries ready to install as
soon as you remove the old ones.
1. Press the battery compartment cover’s tab and
lift off the cover.
2. Place the batteries in the compartment as indicated by the polarity symbols (+ and –) marked
inside.
3. Replace the cover.
When the remote control’s range decreases or it
stops operating properly, replace the batteries.
Caution: Always remove old or weak batteries. Batteries can leak chemicals that can destroy electronic
parts.
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Warning: Dispose of old batteries promptly and
properly. Do not burn or bury them.
Note: Do not place objects on top of the remote control after you have installed the batteries. This can
press keys for an extended period of time and reduce
battery life.
DEVICE TYPES
You can use the remote control’s device keys to control the following general types of devices:
TV — TVs
VCR — VCRs and TV/VCR combinations
CBL — Cable converters
SETTING UP YOUR REMOTE
CONTROL
1. Refer to “Manufacturers’ Codes” on Page 11 and
write down the codes for your brand of device on
the 3-in-One’s label.
Note: Some manufacturers have several codes
listed. Try each until you find the right one. See
“If You Have Problems” on Page 27 if you cannot
find the correct code.
2. Press the device key for the type of remote you
are replacing (TV, VCR, or CBL). The red light
blinks.
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3. Hold down P until the red light blinks twice, then
enter the 4-digit code you wrote down in Step 1
using these keys:
Press
VOL +
VOL –
CH +
CH –
MUTE
To Enter
This Number
1
2
3
4
5
For example, to replace a TV’s remote control
(manufacturer’s code 1432), press TV, hold
down P until the red light blinks twice, then press
VOL +, CH –, CH +, and VOL –.
When the red light blinks twice, the remote control has accepted the code.
Note: If the code you entered is invalid, the red
light blinks.
4. Point the remote control at your device and
press POWER. Your device should turn off (or
on, if it was off).
If the remote does not operate your device, try
the other codes listed in “Manufacturers’ Codes”
on Page 11 for your brand of TV, VCR, TV/VCR
combination, or cable converter.
5. Repeat Steps 2–4 for additional devices.
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TO OPERATE YOUR TV/VCR
COMBINATION
1. Locate the codes for your TV/VCR combination
in “TV/VCR Combinations” on Page 25 and
write down the codes for your brand of device on
the 3-in-One’s label.
2. Press VCR. The red light blinks.
3. Hold down P until the red light blinks twice, then
enter the 4-digit code you wrote down in Step 1
using these keys:
Press
VOL +
VOL –
CH +
CH –
MUTE
To Enter
This Number
1
2
3
4
5
When the red light blinks twice, the remote control has accepted the code.
Note: If the code you entered is invalid, the red
light blinks.
4. Point the remote control at your TV/VCR combination and press POWER. Your device should
turn off (or on, if it was off).
If the remote does not operate your device, try
the other codes listed in “TV/VCR Combinations” on Page 25 for your TV/VCR combination.
Note: 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 “TV VCR Combinations.” If no TV code is
listed, follow the instructions in “Punch-Through”
on Page 9 to control volume.
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OPERATION
1. Press the device key for the device you want to
control.
2. Point the remote control toward the device you
want to control, then press the desired command keys.
3. Repeat Steps 1 and 2 for all other devices you
want to operate.
Note: The command keys on the remote control
work the same as the keys on the original
remote control; however, the labeling might differ slightly.
4. To turn off the last device you selected, press
POWER. To turn off other devices, press the
device key for the device you want to turn off,
then press POWER.
PUNCH-THROUGH
The punch-through feature lets you alternately control two different devices without pressing the device
keys for each one.
A TV is often the only device that uses the volume
keys. Punch-through allows you to control the TV’s
volume while the 3-in-One is in any device mode.
With punch-through on, if you press VCR and use
your volume keys, the 3-in-One will control the TV’s
volume instead of the VCR’s volume.
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Turning Punch-Through Off/On
If your cable converter or VCR has a volume control,
you might want to turn off punch-through so you can
use the cable converter or VCR’s volume control to
adjust the sound. To turn off punch-through, hold
down P until the red light blinks twice, then press
MUTE, MUTE, and CH –. The red light blinks four
times.
Now, when you want to control the volume through
your cable converter, press CBL before using the volume controls. If you want to control the volume
through your VCR, press VCR before using the volume controls.
To turn punch-through back on, hold down P until the
red light blinks twice, then press MUTE, MUTE, and
CH –. The red light blinks twice.
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MANUFACTURERS’ CODES
The following list tells you which 4-digit codes to enter to set up the remote control to operate your:
•
•
•
•
Cable Converter (see below)
Television (see Page 13)
VCR (see Page 19)
TV/VCR Combination (see Page 25)
Notes:
• The remote control might not have every command of your original remote controls.
• Use the the 3-in-One’s label to record the manufacturers’ codes for your remote-controlled
devices.
• A key on the remote control that has the same
name as a key on your original remote control
might have a slightly different function.
Manufacturer
RadioShack
Cat. No.
Code(s)
Cable Converters
ABC
1114, 1131, 1143,
1212, 1124, 1134,
1142
Allegro
3232, 1133
Antronix
1223, 4144
Archer
3232
15-1287
1223
15-1285
4144
16-1283
1234
15-1288
Bell & Howell
1143
Cabletenna
1223
Cableview
1223
Century
3232
Citizen
3232, 1133
Comtronics
1331
Contec
1214
Eastern
1113
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Manufacturer
Emerson
Code(s)
1234
Everquest
1144, 1331
Focus
1211
GC Electronics
4144
Garrard
3232
Gemini
1144
General Instrument
1213, 1123, 1134,
1241
GoldStar
3211, 1331
Goodmind
1234
Hamlin
1221, 1122, 1132,
1313
Hitachi
1134
Hytex
1124
Jasco
1144, 3232, 1133
Jerrold
1114, 1141, 1213,
1123, 1143, 1144,
1134, 1241
Memorex
1111
Movie Time
1444
NSC
1444
Oak
1214, 1124
Optimus
1222
Panasonic
1111, 2334, 1222
Paragon
1111
Philips
3232
Pioneer
3211, 1233
Popular Mechanics
1211
Pulsar
1111
Quasar
1111
RCA
1222
RadioShack
1144, 1133, 1234,
1242
Realistic
4144
Recoton
1211
Regal
1221, 1122
Regency
1113
Rembrandt
1134
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16-1283, 15-1285A
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Manufacturer
Runco
Code(s)
RadioShack
Cat. No.
1111
SL Marx
1331
Samsung
3211, 1331
Scientific Atlanta
1131, 1224, 1212
Signal
1144, 1331
Signature
1134
Sprucer
1222
Starcom
1114, 1144
Stargate
1144, 1331, 1234
Starquest
1144
TV86
1444
Teleview
1331
Tocom
1141, 1142
Toshiba
1111
Tusa
1144
Unika
3232, 1223, 4144
United Artists
1124
Universal
3232, 1223, 3444,
4144
Viewstar
1444
Zenith
1111, 1231
Zentek
1211
A-Mark
1114
Televisions
AOC
1243, 1214, 1114
Abex
1311
Admiral
2242
Adventura
1343
Aiko
2241
Akai
1243
Alaron
3414
Ambassador
3412
Ampro
1134
Anam
3421
Anam National
1424
Archer
1114
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Manufacturer
Code(s)
Audiovox
1121, 3421, 1114,
2241, 1131
Baysonic
3421
Belcor
1214
Bell & Howell
3233, 1211
Bradford
3421
Brockwood
1214
Broksonic
4341, 1122, 1114
CXC
3421
Candle
1243, 1431, 1343
Carnivale
1243
Carver
1423
Celebrity
1111
Cineral
1121, 2241
Citizen
1441, 1243, 1431,
1324, 1343, 2241,
1112
Concerto
1431
Contec
3421
Craig
3421
Crosley
1423
Crown
3421, 1324
Curtis Mathes
1344, 1423, 3233,
1414, 1121, 2242,
1441, 1243, 3212,
1431, 1211, 1324,
3323, 1123
Daewoo
1121, 1214, 1324,
2241, 1131, 1132
Daytron
1214
Denon
3212
Dumont
1212, 1214
Dwin
1133, 1141
Electroband
1111
Emerson
3233, 4341, 1122,
3421, 1113, 3413,
1214, 3414, 1324,
3412, 1112, 1131,
1132
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Manufacturer
Code(s)
Envision
1243
Fisher
3233, 3244
Fujitsu
3414
Funai
3414, 3334
Futuretech
3421
GE
1344, 1414, 1121,
2242, 1113, 3413,
1222, 1424, 3124
Gibralter
1212, 1243, 1214
GoldStar
1243, 1214, 1431,
1311
Gradiente
1422, 1431
Grunpy
3421, 3414
Hallmark
3413
Harley Davidson
3414
Harman/Kardon
1423
Harvard
3421
Hitachi
3212, 1431, 1311,
3224
Infinity
1423
Inteq
1212
JBL
1423
JCB
1111
JVC
1422
Janeil
1343
KEC
3421
KTV
3421, 1243, 1324,
1112
Kenwood
1243, 1214
Kloss
1343
LG
1431
LXI
1344, 1423, 3233,
3241, 3413
Logik
1211
Luxman
1431
MGA
3223, 1243, 3413,
1214
RadioShack
Cat. No.
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Manufacturer
Code(s)
MTC
1441, 1243, 1214,
1431
Magnavox
1423, 1243, 3414,
3434
Majestic
1211
Marantz
1423, 1243
Matsushita
4433
Megatron
3413, 3212, 1114
Memorex
3233, 4433, 3223,
1431, 1211
Midland
1344, 1212, 1414,
1324, 1311, 3124
Minutz
1222
Mitsubishi
2242, 3223, 3413,
1214
Motorola
2242, 1424
Multitech
3421
NAD
3241, 3413, 3323
NEC
1243, 1214, 1431
NTC
2241
Nikko
1243, 3413, 2241
Noshi
1213
Onwa
3421
Optimus
3233
RadioShack
Cat. No.
13-1283
4433
3323
Optonica
2242, 3322
Orion
4341, 1122, 3414
Panasonic
1414, 4433, 1424
Penney
1344, 3241, 1414,
1441, 1243, 3413,
1222, 1214, 1213,
1431, 1324, 1114,
1311, 3124
Philco
1423, 1122, 1243,
3212, 1214
Philips
1423
Pilot
1243, 1214, 1324
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Manufacturer
Pioneer
Code(s)
3323
Portland
1214, 1324, 2241
Prism
1414
Proscan
1344
Proton
3413, 1114, 1123
Pulsar
1212, 1214
Quasar
1414, 4433, 3322,
1424
RCA
1344, 1414, 2242,
1214, 1213, 2233,
3124
RadioShack
1344, 3233, 1214,
1324
Realistic
RadioShack
Cat. No.
3322
16-232, 16-233,
16-236, 16-250,
16-260
3421
16-252, 16-253,
16-262, 16-292
1243
16-254, 16-255,
16-256, 16-265
3413
16-256, 16-263,
16-268, 16-280,
16-289
1431
16-288
1311
16-230, 16-232,
16-233, 16-236,
16-250, 16-260
3233
16-229, 16-261,
16-299
3322
16-232, 16-233,
16-236, 16-250,
16-260
3421, 1243, 3413,
1214, 1324, 1311
1431
Runco
1212, 1243, 1124
SSS
3421, 1214
Sampo
1243, 1324, 1311
Samsung
1441, 1243, 3413,
1214, 1431, 1311
16-288
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Manufacturer
Code(s)
Samsux
1324
Sansei
1121
Sansui
1122
Sanyo
3233, 3244
Scimitsu
1214
Scotch
3413
Scott
4341, 3421, 3413,
1214, 3414
Sears
1344, 1423, 3233,
3241, 3413, 3414,
1431, 3244, 3334
Semivox
3421
Semp
3241
Sharp
2242, 3322, 1324
Shogun
1214
Signature
1211
Simpson
3434
Sony
1111
Soundesign
3421, 3413, 3414
Spectricon
1114
Squareview
3334
Starlite
3421
Supre-Macy
1343
Supreme
1111
Sylvania
1423, 1243
Symphonic
3334
TMK
3413, 1431, 3412
Tandy
2242
Tatung
1424, 1114
Technics
1414, 4433
Technol Ace
3414
Techwood
1414, 1431, 1114
Teknika
1423, 3421, 3223,
1441, 1214, 3414,
1431, 1211, 1324,
2241
Telefunken
1431
Toshiba
3233, 3241, 1441
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Manufacturer
Code(s)
Totevision
1324
Vector Research
1243
Victor
1422
Vidikron
1423
Vidtech
3413, 1214
Viking
1343
Wards
1423, 3322, 1243,
3413, 1222, 1214,
3414, 1431, 1211
White Westinghouse
1131, 1132
Yamaha
1243, 1214
Zenith
1212, 1211, 2241
Zonda
1114
Admiral
1411
Adventura
1111
RadioShack
Cat. No.
VCRs
Aiko
1122
Aiwa
1322, 1111, 1132
Akai
1332, 1442, 2333
American High
1314
Asha
4411
Audiovox
1322
Beaumark
4411
Bell & Howell
2331
Broksonic
3431, 2432, 4212,
1113, 1141
CCE
2131, 1122
Calix
1322
Canon
1314
Capehart
1221
Carver
2212
Cineral
1122
Citizen
1322, 1122
Colt
2131
Craig
1322, 1344, 4411,
2131, 1121
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Manufacturer
Curtis Mathes
Code(s)
1441, 1314, 1332,
3313
Cybernex
4411
Daewoo
1342, 1122, 1221,
1144
Daytron
1221
Denon
1333
Dynatech
1111
Electrohome
1322
Electrophonic
1322
Emerex
1311
Emerson
1322, 3431, 1111,
2432, 1334, 4212,
1113, 1122, 1442,
4211, 4221, 1141,
1144
Fisher
1344, 2331, 1423,
2113
Fuji
1314, 1312
Funai
1111
GE
1441, 1314, 1411,
4411, 4133
Garrard
1111
Go Video
1133, 1143
GoldStar
1322, 1323
Gradiente
1111, 1131
HI-Q
1344
Harley Davidson
1111
Harman/Kardon
2212, 1323
Harwood
2131
Headquarter
1343
Hitachi
1111, 1333, 1332,
2332
JVC
2114, 1332, 1131
Jensen
1332
KEC
1322, 1122
KLH
2131
Kenwood
2114, 1332, 1323
Kodak
1314, 1322
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Manufacturer
Code(s)
LXI
1322
Lloyd’s
1111, 4211
Logik
2131
MEI
1314
MGA
4411, 1334, 1442
MGN Technology
4411
MTC
4411, 1111
Magnasonic
1122
Magnavox
1314, 1324, 2212,
1111, 3222
Magnin
4411
Marantz
1314, 2212
Marta
1322
Matsushita
1314, 3313, 1134
Memorex
RadioShack
Cat. No.
1314
16-705
1322
16-524, 16-706
1411
16-531, 16-618,
16-622
1324
1344
1111
16-406, 16-410,
16-411, 16-517
2331
16-412, 16-523,
16-525, 16-526,
16-529, 16-530,
16-619, 16-620,
16-621, 16-623
1343
16-529, 16-530
4411
16-533, 16-655
3313, 1114, 1124,
1132
Minolta
1333, 2332
Mitsubishi
1411, 2114, 1334,
1442
Motorola
1314, 1411
Multitech
1111, 2131
NAD
1433
NEC
2331, 2114, 1332,
1323
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Manufacturer
Code(s)
RadioShack
Cat. No.
Nikko
1322
Nikon
1313
Noblex
4411
Olympus
1314
Optimus
1322
16-413, 16-414,
16-423, 16-419,
16-534, 16-535,
16-624
1411
16-538, 16-539,
16-540, 16-542,
16-543, 16-544,
16-546, 16-627,
16-628
2331
16-536, 16-537,
16-617, 16-625,
13-1283
3313
16-547, 16-548,
16-630, 16-631,
16-640, 16-641,
16-642
1134
16-547, 16-548,
16-630, 16-631
1133
16-541
1112
4411
Optonica
1443
Orion
3431, 1113, 1141
Panasonic
1314, 3313, 4312,
1134, 1112
Penney
1314, 1322, 4411,
1333, 1323, 1423
Pentax
1333, 2332
Philco
1314, 4212, 1141
Philips
1314, 2212, 1443
Pilot
1322
Pioneer
2114, 1433
Portland
1221
Profitronic
4411
Proscan
1441, 4133
Protec
2131
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Manufacturer
Code(s)
Pulsar
1324
Quarter
1343
Quartz
1343
Quasar
1314, 3313, 1134,
1112
RCA
1441, 1314, 1411,
4411, 1333, 3222,
2332, 2333, 4133
RadioShack
Radix
RadioShack
Cat. No.
1111
16-417
1132
16-706
1322
Randex
1322
Realistic
1314
16-472, 16-651
1322
16-408, 16-507
1344
16-506, 16-511,
16-512, 16-513,
16-515, 16-516,
16-518, 16-613,
16-614, 16-615,
16-652, 16-611,
16-612, 16-616,
16-653, 16-701,
16-702
1111
16-404, 16-505,
16-508, 16-510,
16-519, 16-522,
16-703, 16-704
2331
16-520, 16-521,
16-563, 16-617
2113
16-503
4411
16-514
1411, 1443
1343
Ricoh
1313
Runco
1324
STS
1333
Samsung
4411, 1342
Sanky
1411, 1324
Sansui
1111, 2114, 1332,
1121, 1141
16-600, 16-601
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Manufacturer
Code(s)
Sanyo
1344, 4411, 2331,
1343, 1114
Scott
3431, 1342, 2432,
1334, 4221
Sears
1314, 1322, 1344,
1111, 1333, 2331,
1343, 1423, 2113,
2332
Semp
1342
Sharp
1411, 1443
Shintom
2131
Shogun
4411
Singer
2131
Sony
1314, 1311, 1111,
1312, 1313
Sylvania
1314, 2212, 1111,
1334
Symphonic
1111
TMK
4411, 4211
Tandy
1111, 2331
Tatung
1332
Teac
1111, 1332
Technics
1314, 3313
Teknika
1314, 1322, 1111
Thomas
1111
Toshiba
1342, 1334, 2113,
4221
Totevision
1322, 4411
Unitech
4411
Vector
1342
Vector Research
1323
Video Concepts
1342, 1442
Videosonic
4411
Wards
1441, 1314, 1411,
1344, 2212, 4411,
1111, 1333, 2131,
3222, 1443, 4221
White Westinghouse
1122
XR-1000
1314, 1111, 2131
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Manufacturer
Code(s)
Yamaha
1323
Zenith
1324, 1111, 1312,
1313
RadioShack
Cat. No.
TV/VCR Combinations
Brocksonic
1113, 1141 (TV:
1122)
Citizen
1122
Colt
2131
Curtis Mathes
1314 (TV: 1414)
Daewoo
1122 (TV: 1132)
Emerson
1113, 1122 (TV:
1132), 1141 (TV:
1122)
Funai
1111
GE
4411, 1314 (TV:
1414), 1411 (TV:
2242), 1441 (TV:
1344)
Goldstar
1322 (TV: 1431)
Harley Davidson
1111
Hitachi
1111
Lloyds
1111
Magnasonic
1122
Magnavox
1111, 2212 (TV:
1423)
Magnin
4411
Memorex
1322
16-412
1112
MGA
4411
Mitsubishi
1411 (TV: 2242)
Optimus
1112
Orion
1113, 1141 (TV:
1122)
Panasonic
1112, 1314 (TV:
1414)
RadioShack
1322
16-421, 16-422,
16-426, 16-427
16-415
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Manufacturer
Code(s)
RCA
4411, 1314 (TV:
1414), 1441 (TV:
1344), 1411 (TV:
2242)
Sansui
1111, 4411, 1141
(TV: 1122)
Sanyo
4411
Sears
1111, 1322 (TV:
1431)
Sharp
1411 (TV: 2242)
Sony
1111, 1311 (TV:
1111)
Sylvania
2212 (TV: 1423)
Symphonic
1111
Thomas
1111
White Westinghouse
1122 (TV: 1132)
Zenith
1111, 1141
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IF YOU HAVE PROBLEMS
MANUAL CODE SEARCH
If the 3-in-One Pocket Remote Control does not operate your remote-controlled devices when you first
set it up, you might have to manually find the correct
code for your devices. You can try all the codes listed
in “Manufacturers’ Codes” on Page 11 for the brand
of your device, or you can follow these steps to
search the remote control’s entire library.
1. Manually turn on the device you want to set up.
2. Press the corresponding device key (TV, VCR, or
CBL).
3. Hold down P until the red light blinks twice, then
press MUTE, MUTE, then VOL –. The red light
blinks twice again.
4. Aim the remote control at the device you want to
operate.
5. Repeatedly press POWER then the device key
until the device turns off.
6. When the device turns off, press P within 10
seconds to save the code.
Note: If you do not press P within 10 seconds,
the remote control does not save the code.
• Because the remote control’s library has so
many codes, this procedure can take several
minutes.
• If your device turns off during the search, but
does not operate after you lock in the code,
begin the search again, pausing longer
between key presses.
If necessary, repeat these steps for each device.
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Note: If your VCR’s original remote does not have a
power key, manually turn on the device, insert a
tape, and repeat Steps 1–6, using PLAY instead of
POWER. When the device responds, press P. The
red light blinks twice.
Determining the 4-Digit Code
After you set up your remote control using the manual code search, you can find which 4-digit code the
remote control is set to by following these steps.
1. Press the device key (TV, VCR, or CBL) you want
to get the manufacturer's code from, then hold
down P until the red light blinks twice.
2. Press MUTE, MUTE, then VOL +. The red light
blinks twice again.
3. Press VOL +, then count the number of times the
red light blinks. This is the first digit of the 4-digit
code.
Note: If the red light does not blink, the digit is a
0.
4. Press VOL –, then count the number of times the
red light blinks. This is the second digit of the 4digit code.
5. Press CH +, then count the number of times the
red light blinks. This is the third digit of the 4digit code.
6. Press CH –, then count the number of times the
red light blinks. This is the fourth digit of the 4digit code.
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TROUBLESHOOTING
If the remote control stops working after you have
successfully tested the control for each device, or if
you are unable to get the remote control to work at
all, check the following:
• Be sure you press the device key for the device
you want to control before you press any other
key.
• Confirm that your remote-controlled devices are
working properly by using the original remote
control or the manual controls.
• If some keys do not function, try a different
device code.
• If some keys do not function for your device, you
might be able to find a better device code.
• Call 1-888-284-8735 for technical support.
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CARE
To enjoy your RadioShack 3-in-One Pocket Remote
Control for a long time:
• Keep the remote control dry. If it gets wet, wipe it
dry immediately.
• Use and store the remote control only in normal
temperature environments.
• Handle the remote control gently and carefully.
Don’t drop it.
• Keep the remote control away from dust and
dirt.
• Wipe the remote control with a damp cloth occasionally to keep it looking new.
Modifying or tampering with the remote control’s internal components can cause a malfunction and invalidate its warranty. If your remote control is not
performing as it should, take it to your local RadioShack store for assistance.
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SPECIFICATIONS
Power ............................................. 2 AAA Batteries
IR Control Range .................................... 26 ft ±30°
Dimensions (HWD) .............. 47/8 × 21/8 × 11/4 Inches
(125 × 55 × 31.5 mm)
Weight (Without Batteries) .......................... 4.3 oz.
(121.9 g)
Specifications are typical; individual units might vary.
Specifications are subject to change and improvement without notice.
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Limited Ninety-Day Warranty
This product is warranted by RadioShack against manufacturing defects in material and workmanship under normal use for ninety (90)
days from the date of purchase from RadioShack company-owned
stores and authorized RadioShack franchisees and dealers. EXCEPT AS PROVIDED HEREIN, RadioShack MAKES NO EXPRESS
WARRANTIES AND ANY IMPLIED WARRANTIES, INCLUDING
THOSE OF MERCHANTABILITY AND FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE, ARE LIMITED IN DURATION TO THE DURATION
OF THE WRITTEN LIMITED WARRANTIES CONTAINED HEREIN.
EXCEPT AS PROVIDED HEREIN, RadioShack SHALL HAVE NO
LIABILITY OR RESPONSIBILITY TO CUSTOMER OR ANY OTHER
PERSON OR ENTITY WITH RESPECT TO ANY LIABILITY, LOSS
OR DAMAGE CAUSED DIRECTLY OR INDIRECTLY BY USE OR
PERFORMANCE OF THE PRODUCT OR ARISING OUT OF ANY
BREACH OF THIS WARRANTY, INCLUDING, BUT NOT LIMITED
TO, ANY DAMAGES RESULTING FROM INCONVENIENCE, LOSS
OF TIME, DATA, PROPERTY, REVENUE, OR PROFIT OR ANY INDIRECT, SPECIAL, INCIDENTAL, OR CONSEQUENTIAL DAMAGES, EVEN IF RadioShack HAS BEEN ADVISED OF THE
POSSIBILITY OF SUCH DAMAGES.
Some states do not allow the limitations on how long an implied warranty lasts or the exclusion of incidental or consequential damages,
so the above limitations or exclusions may not apply to you.
In the event of a product defect during the warranty period, take the
product and the RadioShack sales receipt as proof of purchase date
to any RadioShack store. RadioShack will, at its option, unless otherwise provided by law: (a) correct the defect by product repair without
charge for parts and labor; (b) replace the product with one of the
same or similar design; or (c) refund the purchase price. All replaced
parts and products, and products on which a refund is made, become the property of RadioShack. New or reconditioned parts and
products may be used in the performance of warranty service. Repaired or replaced parts and products are warranted for the remainder of the original warranty period. You will be charged for repair or
replacement of the product made after the expiration of the warranty
period.
This warranty does not cover: (a) damage or failure caused by or attributable to acts of God, abuse, accident, misuse, improper or abnormal usage, failure to follow instructions, improper installation or
maintenance, alteration, lightning or other incidence of excess voltage or current; (b) any repairs other than those provided by a RadioShack Authorized Service Facility; (c) consumables such as fuses
or batteries; (d) cosmetic damage; (e) transportation, shipping or insurance costs; or (f) costs of product removal, installation, set-up
service adjustment or reinstallation.
This warranty gives you specific legal rights, and you may also have
other rights which vary from state to state.
RadioShack Customer Relations, 200 Taylor, 6th Floor, Fort Worth,
TX 76102
We Service What We Sell
3/97
RadioShack
A Division of Tandy Corporation
Fort Worth, Texas 76102
04A99
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