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Scientific Atlanta Z70DVBTM User`s guide
Controlling Another
Set-Top Device
FCC Compliance
User’s Guide
AT2300 AllTouch®
Remote Control
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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.
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 communication. 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 the 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.
Any changes or modifications not expressly
approved by Scientific-Atlanta could void the
user’s authority to operate this equipment.
FAV
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Home” and VCR Commander are trademarks of
Scientific-Atlanta, Inc. All other trademarks
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Unlocking the Remote
Your cable set-top device code is “locked”
to keep you from changing the CBL code
unintentionally. If you need to program the
remote to operate a different cable set-top
device, use the following steps to unlock the
remote.
1. Press and hold SELECT and CBL until
the light blinks twice.
2. Using the keypad on the remote, press
9 9 6.
Programming for Volume
Control
You can program the remote control to control the
volume and mute functions through the Explorer
DHCT or through your TV. The default setting is
to control the volume through the TV.
Note: For Explorer DHCTs, press the SETTINGS
key to access the General Settings menu onscreen, and make sure that the Audio: Volume
Control setting is set to “Variable.”
1. Point the remote away from the Explorer
DHCT, the TV, and the VCR.
3. Press CH- to unlock the set-top device
code.
2. Press and hold SELECT and CBL at the same
time, until the light on the remote blinks
twice.
Result: You can now set up your cable
device with the following procedure.
3. Using the keypad on the remote, press 9 9 3.
The light on the remote blinks twice.
Programming for Cable Operation
Use the following steps if you need to
program the remote to operate a different
cable set-top device.
4. Press TV or CBL, depending on which device
is set to control the volume. The light on the
remote blinks twice to confirm a valid
selection.
1. Locate your cable brand in the Cable
Setup Codes section in this guide. If
your brand is not listed, see Searching
the Code Library.
5. Point the remote toward the device on which
you chose to control the volume, and then
press VOL+ and VOL- to confirm that the
correct device adjusts the volume.
2. Important: Make sure your cable device
is turned on.
3. Point the remote away from the cable
set-top device, TV, and VCR.
4. Press and hold SELECT and CBL until
the light blinks twice.
5. Enter the setup code for your cable
device. The light on the remote should
blink twice. If not, try another setup
code, if available; or go to Searching
the Code Library.
6. Point the remote toward the cable device
and test the POWER function by
pressing CBL.
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Cable Setup Codes
The default cable setup code is 0458.
Scientific-Atlanta
United States: Scientific-Atlanta, Inc.,
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Lawrenceville, GA 30042
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0491 (analog), 0891 (digital),
0458 (combination)
General Instrument 0490
Jerrold
0490
Motorola
0490
Pioneer
0891
Vidtech
0258
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Programming the Remote Control
Programming for VCR Operation
Introduction
The AT2300 AllTouch Remote Control
(remote) can do the job of three separate
remote controls. You can program the
remote to operate your TV, VCR, and cable
set-top device using the procedures in this
guide.
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Searching the Code Library
You can program the remote to operate your
VCR. After you switch the remote to VCR
operation, you can play, fast-forward, pause,
rewind, or stop a VCR tape.
If none of the codes listed for your device work,
you can search the code library for a valid code.
The remote automatically selects the proper code.
Programming for TV Operation
If you want the DHCT to manage the recording
of events with your VCR, you must use the VCR
Commander™ Service. (See the VCR Commander
Service User’s Guide for more information or ask
your cable service provider.) Without this service,
you must manually set up your VCR to record
programs.
You can program the remote to operate
various TV functions, such as power,
volume, and mute.
1. Move the VCR/VOD slide switch on the
remote to the VCR position.
Note: If you have questions about the
operation of this remote, contact your cable
service provider.
Note: Your cable service provider may have
programmed your remote to control the
volume through your cable set-top device
instead of through the TV. If that is the
case, you can re-program your remote to
control the volume through your TV. See
Programming for Volume Control on
page 3 of this guide.
1. Locate your TV brand and TV setup
code in the table in this guide. If your
brand is not listed, see Searching the
Code Library.
2. Important: Turn on your TV.
3. Point the remote away from the cable
set-top device, TV, and VCR.
4. Press and hold SELECT and TV until
the light blinks twice.
2. Important: Turn on your VCR.
3. Locate your VCR brand and setup code in the
table in this guide. If your brand is not listed,
see Searching the Code Library.
4. Point the remote away from the cable set-top
device, the TV, and the VCR.
Note: If these functions do not operate,
enter the next setup code from the list,
and repeat this procedure from step 1.
2. Point the remote away from the device you are
programming.
3. To search for the code, press and hold
SELECT and the appropriate power key
(CBL, TV, VCR) until the light on the remote
blinks twice. For example, to search for a TV
code, hold down SELECT and TV until the
light blinks twice.
4. Using the remote control keypad, press 9 9 1.
The light blinks twice.
5. Point the remote toward the device, and press
the appropriate power key (CBL, TV, VCR).
6. Did the device turn off?
• If yes, go to step 7.
5. Press and hold SELECT and VCR until the
light blinks twice.
• If no, press the Up Arrow Key to go to the
next code, and press POWER to test the
new code.
6. Enter the setup code for your VCR. The light
on the remote should blink twice. If not, try
another setup code, if available; or go to
Searching the Code Library.
7. Point the remote toward the VCR and test the
POWER, PLAY, and STOP functions. If these
functions do not operate, enter the next setup
code in the list, and repeat this procedure
from step 2.
5. Enter the setup code for your TV. The
light on the remote should blink twice. If
not, try another setup code, if available;
or go to Searching the Code Library.
6. Point the remote toward the TV and test
the POWER, VOLUME, and MUTE
functions.
1. Important: Turn on the device in question
before you search for a code.
Note: The light on the remote blinks three
times when you reach the end of the code
library. Each library contains the following
number of codes:
• VCR: 25 codes
• TV: 38 codes
• CBL: 5 codes
7. Press SELECT to confirm a valid code. The
light on the remote blinks twice.
8. Point the remote toward the device, and press
the appropriate power key (CBL, VCR, TV) to
confirm that the device turns on and off.
Record of Codes
When you determine the correct setup code for
your devices, record your setup codes in the
following table for future reference.
Identifying Programmed Codes
After you search the library of codes, you can
find out which code you used to program your
TV, VCR, or cable device. Use the following
procedure to identify the programmed codes.
Record the codes in the space provided.
TV
VCR
CBL
1. Point the remote away from the cable set-top
device, the TV, and the VCR.
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2. To identify the code, press SELECT and
the appropriate device key (CBL, VCR,
TV) until the light on the remote blinks
twice. For example, to identify the VCR
code, hold SELECT and VCR until the
light blinks twice.
3. Using the remote control keypad, press
9 9 0. The light on the remote blinks
twice.
4. Press 1 and then count the light blinks.
The number of blinks indicates the first
digit in the code. For example, 4 blinks
indicates the first number in the code is
4. If the light does not blink, the digit is
0 (zero).
5. Press 2 and then count the light blinks.
The number of blinks indicates the
second number in the code.
6. Press 3 and then count the light blinks.
The number of blinks indicates the third
number in the code.
7. Press 4 and then count the light blinks.
The number of blinks indicates the
fourth number in the code.
8. Write down your codes in the Record of
Codes section on page 1.
The Explorer eClub
The Explorer eClub is an online club that
provides news about the Explorer DHCT
and offers you a chance to win prizes and
other premium items. You can access the
Explorer eClub on the Internet at the
following address:
www.scientificatlanta.com/explorerclub
To join the Explorer eClub, you must enter
the serial number of your DHCT. The
number is located on a label either on the
back panel or on the bottom of your DHCT
and begins with S/N. Write the serial
number here:
_______________________________
Your cable service provider may ask for
your serial number if your system requires
troubleshooting in the future.
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Replacing the Batteries
AT2300 AllTouch® Remote Control Quick Reference
Power
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VCR on or off
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TV on or off
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Light
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Switches control between your
VCR and Video-On-Demand
(VOD) program
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Controls the TV/VCR function
on your VCR
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Controls the Bypass option, if
applicable
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Channels
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Adjusts volume
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Screens
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Displays channel information
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Selects channels, up or down
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Allows you to enter channel
numbers (or enter your parental
control PIN)
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Views favorite channels
Mutes sound
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Your remote control requires two AA
alkaline batteries. Use the following
procedure to replace the batteries.
Device Control
Pages Up/Pages Down
Note: If the light on your remote flashes
twice whenever you press a key, the
batteries are weak and should be replaced.
CAUTION:
Make sure you correctly
align the positive (+) and
negative (-) terminals on the
batteries to the corresponding
terminals in the remote
control.
1. Press forward and lift the lever on the
back cover of the remote control. The
battery cover releases, and then you can
pull up the cover to remove it.
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Hides interactive screen
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Activates on-screen
choices
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Displays interactive program
guide
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Fast forwards VCR/VOD
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Displays DHCT settings
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Records VCR program
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Moves through interactive
screen choices
Stops VCR/VOD
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Rewinds VCR/VOD
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Plays VCR/VOD
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Important: Program the remote control
before you use the cable set-top device.
See Programming the Remote Control
for instructions.
Returns to last channel
viewed
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VCR/VOD
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Pauses VCR/VOD
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Chooses interactive screen item
2. Remove and safely dispose of the old
batteries.
3. Insert and firmly seat two new AA
batteries (alkaline required) into the
battery compartment.
4. Slide the battery cover back onto the
remote control, and snap the cover into
place.
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TV Setup Codes
You must enter all four digits
to program the TV setup
codes.
TV Brand Codes
AOC
Admiral
Aiko
Akai
Alaron
America Action
Ampro
Anam
Audiovox
Baysonic
Bell & Howell
Bradford
Broksonic
CXC
Candle
Carnivale
Carver
Celebrity
Cineral
Citizen
Contec
Craig
Crosley
Crown
Curtis Mathes
Daewoo
Denon
Dumont
Dwin
Electroband
Emerson
Envision
Fisher
Fujitsu
Funai
Futuretech
GE
Gibralter
GoldStar
Gradiente
Grunpy
0044
0107,
0106
0044
0193
0194
0765
0194
0106,
0637
0194
0030,
0194
0250,
0194
0044
0044
0068
0014
0465,
0044,
0194
0194
0068
0194
0074,
0061,
0107,
0180,
0106,
0465
0159
0031
0734
0014
0250,
0193,
0637,
0044
0168
0193,
0194,
0194
0035,
0192,
0031,
0192,
0067
0193,
0477
0194, 0465,
0168
0477
0106
0074, 0106
0044,
0065,
0159,
0465
0637,
0030,
0068,
0168,
0638,
0194, 0192,
0477, 0638,
0168
0697
0185, 0193
0061, 0065,
0465, 0107
0044
0044
0194
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VCR Setup Codes
Hallmark
0192
Harley Davidson
0193
Harman/Kardon 0068
Harvard
0194
Hitachi
0159,
Infinity
0068
Inteq
0031
JBL
0068
JCB
0014
JVC
0067
KEC
0194
KTV
0194,
Kenwood
0044
Konka
0721,
0652,
LXI
0168,
0170,
Logik
0030
MGA
0164,
MTC
0074,
Magnavox
0068,
Majestic
0030
Marantz
0068,
Matsushita
0264
Megatron
0159,
Memorex
0193,
0030,
0264
Midland
0031,
Minutz
0035
Mitsubishi
0164,
Motorola
0107
Multitech
0194
NAD
0170,
NEC
0044
NTC
0106
Nikko
0192,
Onwa
0194
Optimus
0264,
Optonica
0107
Orion
0477,
Panasonic
0065,
Penney
0061,
0035,
0170
Philco
0159,
0477
Philips
0068
Pilot
0044
Pioneer
0180
Portland
0106
Princeton
0731
Prism
0065
0030
0044
0646, 0642,
0717
0061, 0068,
0192
0044, 0192
0044
0044, 0193
0044
0192
0477, 0192,
0164, 0168,
0061, 0065
0192, 0107
0180, 0192
0044, 0106
0180, 0168
0193, 0250
0264
0074, 0044,
0192, 0065,
0044, 0068,
Proscan
Proton
Pulsar
Quasar
RCA
Radio Shack
0061
0192
0031
0065,
0061,
0194,
0168,
Realistic
0194,
0192
Runco
0617,
SSS
0194
Sampo
0044
Samsung
0074,
Sansei
0465
Sansui
0477
Sanyo
0168
Scotch
0192
Scott
0250,
0194
Sears
0168,
0068,
0193
Semivox
0194
Semp
0170
Sharp
0107,
Signature
0030
Sony
0014
Soundesign
0192,
Squareview
0185
Starlite
0194
Supreme
0014
Sylvania
0068,
Symphonic
0185
TMK
0192
TNCi
0031
Tandy
0107
Technics
0065,
Technol Ace
0193
Techwood
0065
Teknika
0030,
0194,
0164
Toshiba
0170,
Vector Research
Victor
0067
Vidikron
0068
Vidtech
0192
Wards
0068,
0035,
White Westinghouse
0638,
Yamaha
0044
Zenith
0031,
0106,
You must enter all four digits
to program the VCR setup
codes.
0264
0065, 0107
0044, 0192,
0061
0168, 0044,
VCR Brand Codes
Admiral
Adventura
Aiwa
American High
Asha
Audiovox
Beaumark
Bell & Howell
Broksonic
CCE
Calix
Canon
Carver
Citizen
Colt
Craig
0062, 0223
0014
0014, 0051
0049
0254
0051
0254
0118
0135, 0198,
0086
0051
0049
0095
0051
0086
0051, 0086,
0254
Curtis Mathes 0049, 0074,
Cybernex
0254
Daewoo
0059
Denon
0056
Dynatech
0014
Electrohome
0051
Electrophonic 0051
Emerex
0046
Emerson
0198, 0223,
0014, 0051,
Fisher
0061, 0118
Fuji
0047, 0049
Funai
0014
GE
0049, 0074,
0254
Garrard
0014
GoldStar
0051
Gradiente
0014
HI-Q
0061
Harley Davidson
0014
Harman/Kardon 0095
Harwood
0086
Hitachi
0056, 0014
Hughes Network Systems
0056
0031, 0044
0192, 0044
0192, 0193,
0170, 0061,
0185, 0192,
0702
0193, 0194
0044
0264
0068, 0193,
0106, 0074,
0074, 0168
0044
0192, 0030,
0044, 0193
0223
0061,
0176
0135,
0057
0062,
JVC
0081
KEC
0051
KLH
0086
Kenwood
0081
Kodak
0049, 0051
LXI
0051
Lloyd’s
0014
Logik
0086
MEI
0049
MGA
0057, 0254
MGN Technology
0254
MTC
0014, 0254
Magnavox
0049, 0095, 0014,
0053
Magnin
0254
Marantz
0095, 0049
Marta
0051
Matsushita
0049, 0176
Memorex
0118, 0061, 0014,
0051, 0062, 0049,
0254, 0053, 0176,
0223
Minolta
0056
Mitsubishi
0057, 0062, 0081
Motorola
0049, 0062
Multitech
0014, 0086
NEC
0081, 0118
Nikko
0051
Noblex
0254
Olympus
0049
Optimus
0176, 0062, 0051,
0118
Orion
0198, 0223
Panasonic
0049, 0176, 0630
Penney
0049, 0254, 0051,
0056
Pentax
0056
Philco
0049, 0223
Philips
0095, 0049, 0632
Pilot
0051
Pioneer
0081
Polk Audio
0095
Profitronic
0254
Proscan
0074
Protec
0086
Pulsar
0053
Quasar
0049, 0176
RCA
0074,
0062,
Radio Shack
0014
Radix
0051
Randex
0051
Realistic
0014,
0062,
ReplayTV
0628,
Runco
0053
STS
0056
Samsung
0059,
Sanky
0053,
Sansui
0014,
Sanyo
0061,
Scott
0198,
0059
Sears
0051,
0049,
Semp
0059
Sharp
0062
Shintom
0086
Shogun
0254
Singer
0086
Sony
0047,
0049,
Sylvania
0049,
0057
Symphonic
0014
TMK
0254
Teac
0014
Technics
0049,
Teknika
0014,
Thomas
0014
Tivo
0632,
Toshiba
0059,
Totevision
0051,
Unitech
0254
Vector
0059
Video Concepts 0059
Videosonic
0254
Wards
0049,
0061,
0062,
White Westinghouse
0086,
XR-1000
0086,
Zenith
0053,
0223
0056, 0049,
0254
0118, 0061,
0051, 0049
0630
0254
0062
0081, 0223
0118, 0254
0135, 0057,
0056, 0014,
0061, 0118
0046, 0014,
0650
0095, 0014,
0176
0049, 0051
0650
0057
0254
0074, 0014,
0254, 0056,
0086, 0095
0223
0014, 0049
0014, 0047,
0637, 0477
0638, 0030,
0477
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