Apex Digital | PD-480 | Instruction manual | Apex Digital PD-480 Instruction manual

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Welcome to iTV-3, and congratulations on making the switch to our fiber optic network!
We look forward to bringing you crystal clear call quality, the sharpest picture, and the
fastest internet speeds in the area.
It is our goal to ensure you are 100% satisfied, so please let us know if there is anything
we can do to improve your experience. Should you have any problems, this guide may
answer some of your questions. However, if you require additional assistance, please
contact our office with one of the following methods:
Customer Service
Email: Billing Support
Email: Technical Support
Email: General Questions
(309) 670-1221 (or 611 on iTV-3 phones)
billing@itv-3.com
support@itv-3.com
info@itv-3.com
Office Hours
Mon-Fri 7am-10pm | Sat 8am-8pm | Sun 8am-10pm
On call technicians are available after-hours for technical emergencies.
Dial option 4 after-hours to be connected to an on call technician.
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Table of Contents
Introduction
Notes
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Table of Contents
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Frequently Asked Questions
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Call 811 for JULIE before you dig!
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Television
Channel Listings
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Remote Guide ­ Entone
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Menu Operation
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Search
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Settings
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Favorites
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Guide
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Movies on Demand
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PPV
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My Library
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TV On Demand
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DVR
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Parental Controls
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Setting up Email
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Setting up a Wireless Router
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Phone Features
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Internet
Phone
Troubleshooting
Troubleshooting: Television
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Entone Remote Programming
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Troubleshooting: Internet
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Troubleshooting: Phone
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Troubleshooting: Miscellaneous
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Manufacturer Contacts
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Notes
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Manufacturer Contacts
While we will try to go the extra mile to serve you as best we can, we cannot provide official technical
support for customer supplied equipment (i.e. televisions, computers, routers, home networking, etc.).
This list of popular manufacturers and local service technicians may help you find
support where we cannot provide it.
Please note: This list is provided as a convenience to you. These companies are not affiliated with iTV­3 or Family Video. We can make no guarantee to the quality of service these companies perform.
Television Manufacturers
Hitachi
LG
Computer Manufacturers
800­448­2244 www.hitachi.us
800­243­0000 www.lge.com
Frequently Asked Questions
What’s so special about fiber optics?
iTV­3 is building a brand new communications network that is 100% fiber optic. This means that your data moves at the speed of light. Fiber optics make for the perfect upgrade because everything moves digitally giving you superb HD picture quality, crystal clear voice, and super­fast Internet speeds. This is the advanced communications network you've been waiting for. Our fiber optic network is installed completely underground so its less susceptible to inclement weather and easier to maintain. This assures you better availability and lower prices. Acer
Apple
800­816­2237 www.acer.com
800­275­2273 www.apple.com
Panasonic 800­211­7262 www.panasonic.com
Asus
888­678­3688 www.asus.com
Philips
RCA
888­744­5477 www.philips.com
877­506­3411 www.rca.com
Compaq
Dell
800­474­6838 www.compaq.com
800­624­9896 www.dell.com
We offer promotions to new customers that will reduce the cost of you bill.
Samsung
800­726­7864 www.samsung.com
Gateway
800­846­2301 www.gateway.com
What if I have a friend that is interested in service?
Sanyo
Sharp
800­877­5032 www.sanyo.com
800­237­4277 www.sharpusa.com
HP
800­474­6838 www.hp.com
Samsung
800­726­7864 www.samsung.com
Have them mention your name and address as a referral when they sign up. When they are installed, your next bill will be at half price for one month!
Sony/Visio 800­222­7669 www.sony.com
Yamaha
714­522­9105 www.yamaha.com
Sony/Vaio 888­476­6972 www.sony.com
Toshiba
800­457­7777 www.toshiba.com
Router Manufacturers
Belkin
877­736­5771 www.belkin.com
D­Link
Linksys / Cisco
800­326­1688 www.d­link.com
800­326­7114 www.linksys.com
Netgear
888­638­4327 www.netgear.com
Is the price promotional?
Our prices are as advertised. No tricks.
How does the TV service work?
ITV­3's fiber optics are brought to your home, not just to your neighborhood. From there we have multiple methods for delivering service to your television.
What does the Set Top Box (STB) do?
It allows us to bring you hundreds of Standard and High Definition TV channels all in crystal clear digital quali­
ty, at a level that only fiber optics can provide. It also provides the channel guide, control of your Digital Video Recorder (DVR), Parental Controls, and many more features that are being added all the time.
What is HD? Does it cost extra?
HD stands for High Definition and is a high quality picture that most widescreens and newer tvs can take
advantage of. All of our packages include HD channels at no additional cost.
What internet speeds are available?
Local Computer Repair
Computer Deli ­ Peoria
Going Green Computers ­ Pekin
309­692­4100 www.computerdeli.com
Nerds On Call ­ Peoria
Staples ­ Pekin
309­689­3900 www.callrnerds.com
309­241­2229 www.goinggreencomputers.com
309­347­2664 www.staples.com
We offer many speeds starting at 3Mbps to over 100Mbps. Is there a limit on how much I can download per month?
No. With iTV­3 you can download, stream, and browse as much as you want with no caps or ceilings.
Can I get an email account?
Yes! You can add up to 5 email addresses with your account.
What features are included with my phone service?
Local Television Repair
Voicemail, caller ID number, call waiting, call forwarding, and E911 are just some of the features that come standard with your phone service. See Page 30 for details.
Bulb Solutions ­ Peoria
309­697­2678 www.bulbsolutions.com
Larry's TV & Computer ­ Pekin
309­347­2881 N/A
Will my phones still work if the power goes out?
Peoria TV Repair ­ Peoria
309­265­0846 www.peoriatelevisionrepair.com
With our battery backup, a corded phone will still function for up to 12 hours after the power goes out.
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Troubleshooting: Misc
All my services are down.
Check your battery backup.
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First two lights are green
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First light is amber
Some installations require a battery backup.
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If it becomes unplugged for any reason, your service will be interrupted in 8­12 hours once the battery has drained. ▪
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Check your fiber line if you have
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been recently installed.
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I’m still having issues.
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Your battery backup is working normally.
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Your battery backup is not receiving power. Plug in the battery backup to any wall outlet. Ensure that the out­
let is not controlled by a light switch.
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Your battery backup has run out of power. Plug in the battery backup to any wall outlet. Ensure that the out­
let is not controlled by a light switch.
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The battery backup may have failed. Call Technical Support.
All lights are off
Last light is amber or red
If you recently were installed, you may have a line of fiber exposed. Our team will bury this line within 7­10 days of installation. If it has already been buried, do not attempt to tamper with or unbury it.
Normally, walking on or driving on the cable will not damage it.
If you notice that your cable has become damaged (for example, by animal, weather, lawnmower, etc.) do not attempt to touch it. Please
contact Technical Support immediately.
Contact Technical Support. We will be happy to assist you.
I have a line of fiber in my yard.
If you recently were installed, you may have a line of fiber exposed. Our team will bury this line within 7­10 days of installation. If you notice that your cable has become damaged, please contact Technical Support.
My bill is higher than normal.
Prior to digging in your yard
Depending on the promotion you receive, you bill may be reduced by up to half for the first few months. During this promotion, your bill will seem like it is higher than normal; the state of Illinois requires us to show the full charges for all services provided. However, we pay for a large part of the bill–at the bottom of your bill you will notice a line that says “ITV­3 Promotion” that covers the other half of your bill.
call 811 for JULIE.
Please note that Video on Demand content, international calls, bounced check fees and 411 informational calls can add additional charges to your bill. If you feel you are being billed incorrectly, please don’t hestitate to call us.
It’s the law.
I wish to pay or review my bill online, or set up AutoPay.
You may do this at our website at www.itv­3.com (click on MyiTV­3, then sign in with your website login).
Account Info: Shows which package you are currently signed up with, as well as when your next bill runs.
Account History: Shows your recent bills, recent payments, and how much you currently owe.
Make a Payment: Allows you to make a payment via check or credit card.
AutoPay: Allows you to set up automatic payments via check or credit card.
* This option will save you $5 a month!
Contact Us: Sends an email to our support staff for any questions you may have.
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Troubleshooting: Phone
I don’t have a dial tone.
Ensure no phones are off the hook.
Reset all phones.
▪ If one is off the hook, you will not receive a dial tone.
▪ Be sure and set cordless phones back on the base station to charge.
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Unplug all phones from the wall jack.
Wait one minute. Plug all phones back in.
If this does not work, unplug all phones from the wall jack.
Wait on minute. Plug only one phone in. This will help verify if there
is another phone on your line causing an issue.
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Contact Technical Support. We will be happy to assist you. Please let us know if the previous steps did not fix your issue, as this may enable us to serve you better.
I’m still having issues.
I have static on my line.
Try a different phone.
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Plug a different phone into the same wall jack.
Try a different wall jack.
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Move the phone to a different wall jack.
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Contact Technical Support. We will be happy to assist you. Please let us know if the previous steps did not fix your issue, as this may enable us to serve you better.
I’m still having issues.
High Definition Television
Stunning high definition television with Dolby Digital sound.
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Over 300 available channels
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Over 100 available High Definition channels
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Crystal clear, High Definition video is included
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Movies on demand
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All digital, uncompressed video quality, all of the time
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DVR allows you to easily record your favorite shows
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Pause, rewind, and play back live TV at the touch of a button
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Over 50 fully digital music channels available
High Speed Internet
I do not seem to be receiving calls.
Confirm that you are receiving a ▪
phone call.
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Check the ringer volume or mute
button.
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I’m still having issues.
If you have an alternate phone such as a cell, call your home phone
to ensure that the phone does not actually ring.
Ensure that the ringer volume on the phone is at an audible level. The location of this setting will vary depending on your device.
Some phones are equipped with a Ringer Mute button. Ensure this is not active.
Contact Technical Support. We will be happy to assist you. Please let us know if the previous steps did not fix your issue, as this may enable us to serve you better.
True broadband that you don't share with your neighbors.
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100% Fiber Optic network, faster than Cable, LTE and DSL
Unlimited usage, no metering
Connection is always on
Not shared with your neighbors
True and dedicated 10 and 25 Mbps, up to 1000Mbps
Low ping times optimized for gamers
Phone Service
Crystal clear sound and free, unlimited calling to anywhere in the US and Canada.
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Advanced features included: call waiting, call forwarding, and more!
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Unlimited calling within US/Canada with Unlimited phone package
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Keep your existing number
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Caller ID
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Works with your existing phones
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Battery back-up available: your phone works even during a power outage
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Programming Guide
Check your webmail.
Essential TV
127 A&E Network
65 EWTN
545 Nickelodeon HD
527 A&E Network HD
465 EWTN HD
203 OWN
141 ABC Family Channel
196 Food Network
105 Oxygen
541 ABC Family Channel HD
596 Food Network HDTV
22 Pekin Government Access
208 AMC
182 Fox News Channel
68 Pivot TV
608 AMC HD
582 Fox News Channel HD
168 Pivot TV HD
168 Animal Planet
84 Fox Sports 1
74 QVC
568 Animal Planet HD
484 Fox Sports 1 HD
474 QVC HD
188 BBC America
92 Fox Sports Midwest
61 Shop NBC
189 BBC World News North America
492 Fox Sports Midwest HD
461 Shop NBC HD
137 BET
122 FX
50 Smile of a Child
89 Big Ten Network
522 FX HD
136 Spike TV
489 Big Ten Network HD
86 Golf Channel
536 Spike TV HD
125 Bravo
486 Golf Channel HD
135 Syfy
525 Bravo HD
101 Hallmark Channel
535 Syfy HD
69 Byu TV
501 Hallmark Channel HD
66 TBN
469 Byu TV HD
195 HGTV
55 TBN Enlace USA
88 CBS College Sports
595 HGTV HD
466 TBN HD
488 CBS Sports HD
162 History
120 TBS
126 Chiller
562 History HD
520 TBS HD
217 CMT
181 HLN
52 The Church Channel TCC
184 CNBC
581 HLN HD
161 The Learning Channel
584 CNBC HD
60 Home Shopping
561 The Learning Channel HD
180 CNN
169 Hub
73 The Weather Channel
580 CNN HD
67 Inspirational Network
573 The Weather Channel HD
316 CNN International
51 Jesus Christ Television JCTV
64 The Word
93 ComCast SportsNet Chicago
63 Jewelry Television
121 TNT
94 ComCast SportsNet Chicago Plus
463 Jewelry Television HD
521 TNT HD
494 ComCast SportsNet Chicago Plus HD
103 Lifetime Movie Network
205 Travel Channel
490 ComCast SportsNet HD
503 Lifetime Movie Network HD
605 Travel Channel HD
493 ComCast SportsNet Plus HD
102 Lifetime Television
129 TV Land
131 Comedy Central
502 Lifetime Television HD
124 USA Network
531 Comedy Central HD
84 MLB Network
524 USA Network HD
70 CSPAN
484 MLB Network HD
220 VH1
71 CSPAN2
23 Morton Government Access
620 VH1 HD
72 CSPAN3
21 Morton Public/Local Access
59 WAOE UPN
160 Discovery Channel
183 MSNBC
459 WAOE UPN HD
560 Discovery Channel HD
583 MSNBC HD
25 WEEK NBC
139 Disney Channel
210 MTV
425 WEEK NBC HD
539 Disney Channel HD
610 MTV HD
9 WGN America
140 Disney Jr.
230 Mun2
409 WGN America HD
540 Disney Jr. HD
166 National Geographic
19 WHOI ABC
142 Disney XD
566 National Geographic HD
419 WHOI ABC HD
542 Disney XD HD
80 NBC Sports
20 WHOI CW+
130 E! Entertainment Television
480 NBC Sports HD
31 WMBD CBS
530 E! HD
81 NFL Network
431 WMBD CBS HD
75 ESPN
481 NFL Network HD
48 WTVP Create
475 ESPN HD
83 NHL Network
47 WTVP PBS HD
79 ESPN2
483 NHL Network HD
447 WTVP World
479 ESPN2 HD
147 Nick Jr.
43 WYZZ FOX
106 Esquire
145 Nickelodeon
443 WYZZ FOX HD
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I cannot send or receive email.
Ensure that your mailbox
is not full.
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You may check your email at http://webmail.itv­3.com.
If you are using a program such as Outlook, please see the “I want to
set up email on third­party email software” section below.
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There is a bar underneath the “Zimbra” icon at the top left of your
screen. This bar measures how much space is left. If your email ad­
dress is full the bar will be colored in.
To make more space, log into your webmail and delete old emails as
well as empty trash to clear space.
To empty your trash, rightclick the "Trash" icon on the left and select
"Empty Trash". If you empty your Trash, it is permanently deleted,
freeing up space in your inbox.
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My emails are duplicating in my third party program.
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Your email is set up to leave copies
of the message on the server.
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Please visit http://support.microsoft.com for more information on
setting up Outlook, Outlook Express, Windows Mail or Windows Live
Mail.
For information on how to set up any other email client, please
contact the manufacturer.
Setting up email in a third party program
iTV­3 email works with third party programs via a POP3 connection, however our technical support is limited
for these programs. If these steps do not help you, please contact the manufacturer for technical support
for these programs.
Server Information
▪ Account Type: POP3
▪ Display Name: The name you wish to display
on outgoing email.
▪ E­mail: Your full @itv­3.com email address.
▪ Incoming mail: mail.itv­3.com Port: 110
▪ Outgoing mail: mail.itv­3.com Port: 25
▪ Username: Your full @itv­3.com email address.
▪ Password: Your email address password.
▪ Requires unsecure (no ssl) outgoing authentication.
Outlook Express, Windows Mail,
and Windows Live Mail
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Click Tools, then Accounts. Click Add on the right side, then Mail.
For Windows Mail or Live Mail, click the Accounts tab, then Email.
Microsoft Outlook 2003, 2007,
2010
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Click Tools, then Email Accounts. Click Add.
If prompted, select to Manually Configure Settings.
Select POP3 server.
Apple Mail
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Click File, then Add Account.
Thunderbird
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Click Tools, then Account Settings, then Add Account.
Select Email Account, then click Next.
Incredimail
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Click Tools, then Accounts. Click Add on the right side.
Choose “Let me Configure Settings Myself”
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Troubleshooting: Net
I cannot connect to the internet.
iTV­3 does not support customer supplied devices (such as routers and switches, or repairing computer
problems), and as such our technical support on these products is limited, however we are happy to go the
extra mile to assist you or locate someone who can.
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Check your connection to your
router.
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Try performing a power cycle.
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If you have a router, try
bypassing it.
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I’m still having issues.
Try restarting the device.
Verify the connection between the device and your router. Ensure
that all Ethernet cables are firmly connected. Verify that the router is
powered on.
If you are connecting to your router wirelessly, ensure that you are
connected.
Some laptops may have a wireless (WLAN) switch on the front or
side, or a wireless button on or near the keyboard. Make sure this is
set to the ON (or blue) position.
For more information on how your network is set up, please contact
a local computer expert, or contact Technical Support.
Unplug the power to your router (and modem, if applicable).
Turn off all devices. Wait one minute.
Plug the power back into your router (and modem, if applicable).
Wait one minute.
Power all devices back on.
Unplug the Ethernet cable from your router and plug it directly into
your computer.
If this works, the problem may lie in your router. Please contact your
local computer support technician.
If this does not work, restart your computer. If you are still having
issues, please contact Technical Support.
Contact Technical Support. We will be happy to assist you. Please let
us know if the previous steps did not fix your issue, as this may
enable us to serve you better.
Essential+ TV
775 AXS TV
204 Fit TV
476 ESPN News HD
215 BET Gospel
206 TCM
478 ESPN U HD
314 Bloomberg
207 FXM
487 SEC Network HD
315 Boomerang
211 MTV 2
488 CBS College Sports HD
144 Cartoon Network
212 MTV Hits
528 truTV HD
544 Cartoon Network HD
213 MTV Jams
544 Cartoon Network HD
88 CBS College Sports
215 BET Gospel
564 Investigation Discovery HD
488 CBS College Sports HD
216 CENTRIC
565 Science HD
216 CENTRIC
218 CMT Pure Country
567 NAT Geo Wild HD
132 Cloo
219 Great American Country
586 Fox Business Network HD
218 CMT Pure Country
221 VH1 Classic Rock
602 Destination America HD
185 CNBC World
222 VH1 Soul
606 TCM HD
301 Crime & Investigation Network
223 MTVTr3s
625 Palladia
701 Crime & Investigation Network HD
300 Military History
701 Crime & Investigation Network HD
202 Destination America
301 Crime & Investigation Network
702 FYI HD
602 Destination America HD
302 FYI
703 H2 HD
197 DIY Network
303 H2
704 Hallmark Movies HD
76 ESPN News
304 Hallmark Movies
709 Tennis Channel HD
77 ESPN Classics
306 Fox College Sports (Atlantic)
710 Outdoor HD
78 ESPN U
307 Fox College Sports (Central)
711 ReelzChannel HD
476 ESPN News HD
308 Fox College Sports (Pacific)
717 Wealth Television HD
478 ESPN U HD
309 Tennis Channel
755 Velocity Channel HD
204 Fit TV
310 Outdoor Channel
760 Universal HD
85 Fox Sports 2
311 ReelzChannel
775 AXS TV
186 Fox Business Network
313 GSN
776 HDNet Movies
306 Fox College Sports (Atlantic)
314 Bloomberg
948 Stingray, Your Musical Universe
307 Fox College Sports (Central)
315 Boomerang
50 Music Channels
308 Fox College Sports (Pacific)
317 Wealth Television
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FLIX
809
Showcase
817
SHO Women
802
SHO
810
Showcase HD
819
The Movie Channel
804
SHO HD
811
SHO Beyond
820
The Movie Channel HD
805
SHO Extreme
813
SHO Family Zone
821
TMC XTRA
806
SHO Extreme HD
815
SHO 2
822
TMC XTRA HD
807
SHO Next
816
Showtime 2 HD
830
Encore
842
Encore Family
856
Starz Comedy HD
832
Encore HD
844
Encore Westerns
858
Starz Edge
834
Encore Action
850
Starz
860
Starz Edge HD
83
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Encore Black
851
Starz HD
862
Starz in Black
838
Encore Classics
852
Starz Cinema
864
Starz Kids & Family
840
Encore Mystery
854
Starz Comedy
866
Starz Kids & Family HD
900
HBO
904
HBO Family
908
HBO Comedy
901
HBO HD
905
HBO Family HD
909
HBO Comedy HD
902
HBO 2
906
HBO Signature
910
HBO Zone
903
HBO2 HD
907
HBO Signature HD
911
HBO Zone HD
920
Cinemax
926
ThrillerMax
921
Cinemax HD
927
ThrillerMax HD
922
MoreMax
928
5StarMax
923
MoreMaxHD
929
5StarMax HD
924
ActionMax
930
WMAX
925
ActionMax HD
931
WMAX HD
Showtime / TMC
I cannot connect to my wireless internet.
If you can connect a hard­wired
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computer to the internet, but not
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connect wirelessly, this is likely an
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issue with your wireless router or
the wireless device.
ITV­3 cannot support troubleshooting for this issue.
Please contact the manufacturer for technical support.
If you do not have the manufacturer contact information, please
see Page 43, or contact Technical Support.
Starz / Encore
I want to check my email.
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Check your email online
anywhere, anytime.
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Go to our website at www.itv­3.com and click Check Your Email at
the bottom. Login with your username and password.
When prompted for username, type in the beginning of your email
address. For example, if your email is joesmith@itv­3.com your user
name would be “joesmith”.
If you require an email login, please contact Technical Support.
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HBO
Cinemax
9
932
OuterMax
933
OuterMax HD
934
AtMax
935
AtMax HD
Remote Guide: Entone
The diagram and list provide a brief description of remote control features for Entone boxes.
Please note that your remote may vary slightly from the one pictured, although the layout is identical.
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TV – Puts remote control in TV mode.
STB – Puts remote control in STB mode.
POWER – Switches the power on/off for the currently selected device. Switches
STB to power on/standby mode.
AUX – Selects to control AUX device.
FAST REVERSE – Starts fast reverse for VOD / DVR / live channel.
REPLAY – Replays the last 30 seconds of programming. Skips 12 hours backward in
guide.
PLAY – Play button for VOD / DVR / live channel.
STOP – Stop button for VOD / DVR / live channel.
RED / DVR – Shortcuts to DVR Menu (if available).
GREEN / LIVE – Shows the currently playing live channel.
MENU – Shows the on­screen menu
OPTION – Changes the size of the screen/screen aspect.
ARROW KEYS – Navigates right, left, up, down in the Guide and menus..
BACK – Backspaces inside of a text field.
GUIDE – Shows the Guide.
VOL + / ­ – Increases or decreases volume of the currently selected device.
MUTE – Turns the volume of the currently selected device off.
NUMBER KEYS – Allows direct access to specific channels and menu items.
INPUT – Changes the current A/V input of the selected device.
FAST FORWARD – Starts fast forward for VOD / DVR / live channel
SKIP – Goes to next movie chapter for VOD. Skips 12 hours forward in guide.
PAUSE – Pause button for VOD / DVR / live channel
RECORD – Records live channel
BLUE / VOD – Shortcuts to Movies On Demand.
YELLOW / MEDIA – Shortcuts to My Library.
INFO – Shows on­screen information about the current TV / VOD / DVR program.
OK – Executes the currently selected menu option.
EXIT – Exits all currently opened menus and returns to Live TV.
CH UP/DOWN – Changes channel up or down.
LAST – Switches to last channel viewed.
CC. – Enables or disables closed captioning on the TV.
To
program your remote to a new TV: see Pages 31­35.
Remember to always use fresh AA Alkaline batteries to ensure remote
control performance. Never re­use old batteries.
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DVD - DVD-DVR/VCR Combo
JVC
4004, 4113, 4128,
196
DVD - TV/DVD/Tuner Combo
Panasonic
4143
Polaroid
4069
Sony
4127
DVD - TV/DVD Combo
Aiwa
4077
Akai
4088, 4129
Apex
4124
Audiovox
4229
Broksonic
4088, 4173
Coby
4089
Cytron
4116
Diamond Vision
4075
Emerson
4206
Ilo
4066
Initial
4060
JVC
4186
LG
4223, 4029
Magnavox
4060
Mintek
4060
Panasonic
4038
Philips
4078, 4060
RCA
4086
Samsung
4082
Sansui
4088, 4173, 4251
Sylvania
4112, 4001
Toshiba
4088, 4024, 4173
DVD - TV/DVD/VCR Combo
Akai
4199
Diamond Vision
4014
Emerson
4165
Magnavox
4165
Memorex
4012
Panasonic
4080
Polaroid
4102
RCA
4185
Samsung
4241
Sharp
4202
Superscan
4165
Sylvania
4165
Toshiba
4175
DVD - DVD/VCR Combo
Broksonic
4093, 4026, 4173
Daewoo
4067
Emerson
4208, 4030
Funai
4208
Go Video
4072
Goldstar
4162
Hitachi
4171, 4028
Insignia
4145
JVC
4000, 4245, 4057,
003, 4164
LG
4148, 4076, 4170,
105
Magnavox
4050
Memorex
4093
Panasonic
4200
Philips
4208, 4247
Pioneer
4138
Polaroid
4016
Presidian
4208
RCA
4042
Samsung
4051
Sansui
4093, 4063
Sanyo
4132
Sharp
4108, 4087, 4131
Sony
4154, 4048
Sylvania
4208, 4187
Symphonic 4208
Toshiba
4114, 4071
Zenith
4170, 4021
DVD - HTIB
Audiovox
4041, 4022
BOSE
4235
CambridgeSoundWorks
4144
Classic
4140
Coby
4147
Denon
4047
Emerson
4079
Insignia
4121
JBL
4221
JVC
4123, 4064, 4195
Koss
4099, 4239
Onkyo
4159, 4133, 4058
Panasonic
4044, 4013, 4197
Philips
4009, 4161
Pioneer
4194, 4130, 4119
RCA
4219
Samsung
4135, 4146
Sanyo
4213
Sharp
4115
Sherwood
4203
Sony
4172, 4142, 4249,
4217, 4141
Toshiba
4100
Venturer
4036
Yamaha
4106, 4101
JVC
AUDIO SYSTEMS
AUDIO - Amplifier
Denon
2041
JBL
2090
Krell
2068
Magnavox
2013
Marantz
2098
Parasound
2034, 2103
Pioneer
2070, 2031
RCA
2010
Rotel
2011
Soundmatters 2039
Technics
2008
Yamaha
2079, 2026
AUDIO - Audio Cassette
Curtis Mathes 2070
Magnavox
2013
Marantz
2008, 2013
Optimus
2070
Pioneer
2070
Technics
2008
AUDIO - Audio System
Curtis Mathes 2070
Pioneer
2070
AUDIO - LCD TV/Tuner Combo
Polaroid
2028
AUDIO - Phono
Magnavox
2013
Marantz
2013
Pioneer
2070
AUDIO - Receiver
JBL
2020
Sanyo
2071
AUDIO - Receiver/Amplifier
Yamaha
2026
AUDIO - Receiver/Tuner
Adcom
2078
Aiwa
2085, 2037, 2093
Audiovox
2077, 2036
BOSE
2060, 2032
CambridgeSoundWorks
2053
Carver
2085
Classic
2009
Coby
2045
Curtis Mathes 2070
Denon
2023, 2091, 2016
Emerson
2014
Harman/Kardon
2085, 2052, 2094
Insignia
2082, 2063, 2038
JBL
2020
2097, 2073, 2029,
2006, 2000, 2024
Kenwood
2019, 2072, 2044,
2089, 2099, 2012
Linn
2085
Magnavox
2013, 2085
Marantz
2008, 2013, 2085,
2056
Mitsubishi
2080
NAD
2095
Nakamichi
2033
Onkyo
2067, 2017, 2002,
2057, 2100, 2065
Optimus
2070, 2054
Panasonic
2008, 2088, 2058,
2007, 2051, 2066
Philips
2085, 2096, 2047
Pioneer
2070, 2048, 2062,
2074, 2030, 2027,
2022, 2049
Polk Audio 2050
Quasar
2008
RCA
2059
Rotel
2011
Samsung
2064, 2021
Sansui
2085
Sharp
2001
Sherwood
2046, 2015
Sony
2086, 2081, 2092,
2061, 2083, 2069,
2101, 2025
Technics
2008, 2088, 2058
Toshiba
2084
Wards
2085
Yamaha
2075, 2003, 2040,
2076
AUDIO - Tuner
Aiwa
2043
Audiovox
2087
Koss
2018
Panasonic
2007, 2004, 2042
Polaroid
2028, 2035
Sony
2055, 2025
Venturer
2036
AUDIO - Tuner/CD Combo
Aiwa
2043
BOSE
2060
Panasonic
2042
AUDIO - TV/DVD/Tuner Cmbo
Panasonic
2004
Polaroid
2035
Sony
2055
AUDIO - TV/Tuner
Audiovox
2087
AUDIO - TV/VCR/Tuner Cmbo
Panasonic
2007
AUDIO - HTIB
Audiovox
2077, 2036
BOSE
2032
CambridgeSoundWorks
2053
Classic
2009
Coby
2045
Denon
2016
Emerson
2014
Insignia
2038
JBL
2020
JVC
2006, 2000, 2024
Koss
2018, 2018
Onkyo
2057, 2100, 2065
Panasonic
2051, 2066, 2102
Philips
2096, 2047
Pioneer
2027, 2022, 2049
RCA
2059
Samsung
2064, 2021
Sanyo
2071
Sharp
2001
Sherwood
2015
Sony
2101, 2025, 2025,
2025, 2005
35
Toshiba
Venturer
Yamaha
2084
2036
2040, 2076
CD PLAYERS
CD - CD
ADC
4274
Aiwa
4272
BOSE
4269
Denon
4273
Harman Kardon
4270
JVC
4261, 4259
Kenwood
4263
Marantz
4275
McIntosh
4265
Nakamichi
4271
Onkyo
4257, 4278
Panasonic
4254, 4264
Philips
4262
Pioneer
4255
RCA
4256
Sanyo
4258
Sherwood
4268
Sony
4276, 4266, 4252
Teac
4277
Technics
4267
Yamaha
4260
CD - CD/CD Recorder
Philips
4262
CD - Tuner/CD Combo
Aiwa
4272
BOSE
4269
Panasonic
4254
Shintom
Shogun
Singer
Sony
3068
3052
3021, 3026
3068, 3042, 3053,
3005, 3033, 3004,
3072, 3029, 3091
Stack
3053
STS
3021
Superscan
3003
Sylvania
3021, 3062, 3063,
3032, 3003
Symphonic 3062, 3037, 3063,
3091
Systemax
3053
Tagar
3053
Tandy
3083
Tashiko
3043
Teac
3062
Technics
3021
Teknika
3043, 3021, 3062
Thomas
3091
TMK
3052
Toshiba
3053, 3057, 3095,
3006, 3045, 3036
Totevision
3052, 3043
Touch
3053
Unitech
3052
Vector
3024
Video Concepts
3024
Videosonic 3052
Viewsonic
3053
Voodoo
3053
Wards
3052, 3043, 3021,
3062
White Westinghouse
3037
XR-1000
3021, 3062
Yamaha
3024, 3083
Zenith
3068, 3026, 3073,
3061, 3082, 3099,
3091, 3022
ZT Group
3053
VCRs
VCR - DVD-DVR/VCR Combo
JVC
3017, 3071, 3054,
3080
VCR - TV/VCR Combo
Broksonic
3022
Citizen
3097
Colt
3008
Daewoo
3097
Emerson
3097, 3022
Funai
3091
GE
3069, 3019
Goldstar
3001
Harley Davidson
3091
Hitachi
3091
Lloyd's
3091
Magnasonic 3097
Magnavox
3091
Magnin
3069
Memorex
3092, 3001
MGA
3069
Mitsubishi
3019
Optimus
3092
Orion
3022
Panasonic
3092
Penney
3069, 3001
Quasar
3092
RadioShack 3091
RCA
3069, 3019
Sansui
3091, 3022
Sanyo
3069
Sears
3091, 3001
Sony
3091
Symphonic 3091
Thomas
3091
Zenith
3091, 3022
VCR - TV/DVD/VCR Combo
Akai
3039
Diamond Vision
3058
Emerson
3003
Magnavox
3003
Memorex
3009
Panasonic
3076
Polaroid
3077
RCA
3079
Samsung
3012
Sharp
3018
Superscan
3003
Sylvania
3003
Toshiba
3036
VCR - DVD/VCR Combo
Brooksonic 3051, 3067, 3060
Daewoo
3055
Emerson
3063, 3049
Funai
3063
Go Video
3027
Goldstar
3064
Hitachi
3066, 3014
Insignia
3082
JVC
3028, 3025, 3034,
3046, 3030
LG
3075, 3075, 3082,
3081
Magnavox
3085
Memorex
3067
Panasonic
3070
Philips
3063, 3074
Pioneer
3002
Polaroid
3059
Presidian
3063
RCA
3000
Samsung
3048
Sansui
3067, 3047
Sanyo
3093
Sharp
3015, 3078, 3056
Sony
3072, 3029
Sylvania
3063, 3032
Symphonic 3063
Toshiba
3006, 3045
Zenith
3082, 3099
DVD - DVD
Advent
4234
Aiwa
4077
Akai
4093, 4088, 4129,
4199
Alco
4118
Alpine
4040
Amphion MediaWorks
4023
AMW
4023
Apex
4201, 4074, 4124
Apex Digital 4111
Aspire Digital 4246
Audiovox
4118, 4229, 4041,
4022
Blaupunkt
4111, 4188
Blue Parade 4117
BOSE
4095, 4235
Broksonic
4093, 4088, 4173
California Audio Labs
4017
CambridgeSoundWorks
4144
Clarion
4242
Classic
4218, 4140
Coby
4243, 4149, 4089,
4147
CyberHome 4107
Cytron
4116
Daewoo
4035, 4067
Denon
4017, 4222, 4054,
4037, 4090, 4047
Desay
4176
Diamond Vision
4158, 4075, 4014
Disney
4049
Emerson
4165, 4049, 4181,
4208, 4030, 4206, 4079
ESA
4167
Fisher
4065
Funai
4049, 4181, 4208
GE
4224, 4111
Go Video
4072
Goldstar
4162
GPX
4220
Gradiente
4017
Greenhill
4111
Grundig
4085
Harman/Kardon
4244
Hitachi
4180, 4156, 4028
Ilo
4066
Initial
4111, 4060
Insignia
4121
Integra
4209, 4117
JBL
4221
Jensen
4149
JVC
4152, 4006, 4212,
4056, 4245, 4186,
4123, 4064, 4195
Kawasaki
4118
Kenwood
4017, 4031
KLH
4118, 4111, 4214
Konka
4010
Koss
4002, 4011, 4052,
4099, 4239
Lasonic
4210
Lenoxx
4061
LG
4105, 4223, 4029
Liquid Video 4011
Magnavox
4165, 4198, 4085,
4049, 4050, 4060
Marantz
4085, 4168, 4193
Memorex
4093, 4225, 4012
Microsoft
4224
Mintek
4111, 4237, 4060
Mitsubishi
4207, 4155
NAD
4157
Nakamichi
4191
Nesa
4111
Norcent
4243, 4083, 4073,
4232
Onkyo
4209, 4198, 4027,
4062, 4159, 4133,
4058
Oritron
4002, 4011
Panasonic
4017, 4198, 4120,
4081, 4222, 4091,
4200, 4038, 4143,
4080, 4044, 4013
Philips
4198, 4085, 4049,
4019, 4070, 4208,
4247, 4078, 4009,
4161
Pioneer
4163, 4117, 4153,
4194, 4130, 4119
Polaroid
4230, 4016, 4069,
4102
Polk Audio 4085
Presidian
4049, 4208
Proscan
4224, 4226
Qwestar
4002
RCA
4118, 4224, 4117,
4111, 4007, 4226,
4042, 4086, 4185,
4160
Regent
4061
Rotel
4152
Rowa
4092
Sampo
4182
34
Samsung
4017, 4180, 4032,
4051, 4082, 4241,
4135, 4146
Sansui
4093, 4088, 4173,
4251
Sanyo
4093, 4132, 4213
Sharp
4049, 4204, 4131,
4202, 4115
Sherwood
4177, 4203
Shinco
4008
Shinsonic
4205
Sony
4205, 4216, 4174,
4045, 4169, 4166,
4189, 4240, 4094,
4211, 4154, 4048,
4127, 4142, 4249,
4217
Sungale
4228
Superscan
4165
Sylvania
4165, 4049, 4181,
4208, 4187, 4112,
4001
Symphonic 4049, 4104, 4208
Teac
4118, 4015
Technics
4017, 4222
Techwood
4137
Theta Digital 4117
Toshiba
4093, 4198, 4184,
4071, 4088, 4024,
4173, 4175, 4100
Trutech
4059
Urban Concepts
4198
Venturer
4118, 4036
Xbox
4224
Yamaha
4017, 4085, 4106,
4101
Zenith
4198, 4025, 4021
DVD PLAYERS
DVD - DVD Recorder
Apex
4097
Broksonic
4026
Gateway
4190
Go Video
4190
Hitachi
4150, 4171
Insignia
4145
Irradio
4126
JVC
4046, 4000, 4057,
4003, 4164, 4179,
4227, 4098
LG
4148, 4076, 4170
LiteON
4248, 4238, 4215,
005, 4190
Panasonic
4084, 4043, 4151,
039
Philips
4250, 4192, 4231,
053
Pioneer
4068, 4138
RCA
4219
Samsung
4150, 4136, 4178
Sansui
4063
Sanyo
4034
Sensory Science
4190
Sharp
4096, 4108, 4087,
109
Sony
4183
Sylvania
4233, 4033
Toshiba
4020, 4236, 4114
Yamaha
4139
Zenith
4018, 4122, 4170
DVD - DVD-DVR
JVC
4004, 4113, 4128,
196
Pioneer
4055
RCA
4103
Toshiba
4125, 4110, 4134
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Menu Operation
The menu is where you will control most of your watching experience. From here you
can access the Guide, change Parental Controls, change settings on each of your boxes,
and more. Pressing the MENU button on your remote will open the Menu Bar.
The menu bar.
Use the LEFT ARROW and RIGHT ARROW buttons to navigate to your choice, then press
the OK button to select it. To exit, press the EXIT or BACK button, or wait a few seconds.
SEARCH
SETTINGS
FAVORITES
Search the Guide or On
Demand content for
specific programming.
Change various settings
on your STB/DVR.
Set up your favorite
channels in an easy to
surf list.
PPV
GUIDE
Shows a listing of current
Pay­Per­View
programming available.
Opens the Guide, an
interactive list of chan­
nels and programming.
Symphonic
VIDEO ON DEMAND
MY LIBRARY
DVR
A list of On Demand
movies and events you
can play anytime.
Shows a list of scheduled
events and purchased On
Demand content.
Check current saved and
scheduled recordings.
The following pages explain each option in greater detail.
Please note that these icons and screenshots use the NuBlu aesthetic theme which is
default on most boxes. Depending on your aesthetic theme settings, your options may
be in slightly different locations. See Page 14 for more information on aesthetic skins.
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RdoShk/Real 0017, 0182, 0014,
0225, 0308
RCA
0017, 0279, 0239,
0266, 0138, 0157,
0242, 0023, 0308,
0005, 0262, 0245
Realistic
0014, 0097
Runco
0286
Sampo
0228, 0265, 0308
Samsung
0239, 0221, 0232,
0233, 0177, 0193,
0308
Sansui
0288, 0316, 0001,
0032, 0046, 0199,
0169
Sanyo
0014, 0308, 0245
Scott
0182, 0268, 0097,
0308
Sears
0017, 0268, 0014,
0145, 0122, 0295,
0308, 0169, 0030
Sharp
0225, 0308, 0113,
0129
Sheng Chia 0129
Shogun
0308
Signature
0223
Sony
0153, 0243, 0072,
0154, 0302, 0305,
0037, 0169
Sndesign
0182, 0268, 0097,
0308
Sqreview
0145, 0295
SSS
0182, 0097, 0308
Starlite
0182, 0097
Superscan
0276, 0129
Supremacy
0143
Supreme
0153
Sylvania
0122, 0295, 0024,
0315, 0308, 0276
0182, 0145, 0295,
0097, 0272, 0169
Tandy
0129
Tatung
0279, 0173
Techwood
0308
Teknika
0223, 0239, 0182,
0268, 0221, 0122,
0097, 0308
Thomas
0169
TMK
0308
Toshiba
0014, 0221, 0200,
0136, 0015, 0293,
0189, 0046, 0052,
0210, 0151
TVS
0288
Vidikron
0122
Vidtech
0239, 0308
Viewsonic
0228
Viking
0143
Vizio
0173
Wards
0017, 0223, 0239,
0268, 0225, 0122,
0308
White Westinghouse
0288, 0062
Yamaha
0239, 0308
Zenith
0223, 0288, 0286,
0088, 0032, 0308,
0169
TV - TV Monitor
Sony
0181
TV - TV/DVD/Tuner Combo
Panasonic
0176
Sony
0126
TV - TV/DVD/VCR/Tuner
Combo
Polaroid
0281
TV - TV/Tuner
Audiovox
0205, 0003
TV - TV/VCR Combo
Broksonic
0032
Citizen
0061
Colt
0076
Daewoo
0061
Emerson
0032, 0061
Funai
0169
GE
0245, 0087
Goldstar
0030
Harley Davidson
0169
Hitachi
0169
Lloyd's
0169
Magnasonic 0061
Magnavox
0169
Magnin
0245
Memorex
0075, 0030
MGA
0245
Mitsubishi
0087
Optimus
0075
Orion
0032
Panasonic
0075
Penney
0245, 0030
Quasar
0075
RadioShack 0169
RCA
0245, 0087
Sansui
0032, 0169
Sanyo
0245
Sears
0169, 0030
Sony
0169
Symphonic 0169
Thomas
0169
Zenith
0032, 0169
TV - TV/DVD Combo
Aiwa
0124
Akai
0046, 0270
Apex
0264
Audiovox
0150
Broksonic
0046, 0199
Coby
0306
Cytron
0220
Diamnd Visn 0216
Emerson
0162
Ilo
0271
Initial
0271
JVC
0121
LG
0308, 0040
Magnavox
0271
Mintek
0271
Panasonic
0190
Philips
0016, 0271
RCA
0023
Samsung
0193
Sansui
0046, 0199, 0199
Sylvania
0315, 0284
Toshiba
0046, 0052, 0210
TV - TV/DVD/VCR Combo
Akai
0287
Diam\nd Visn 0188
Emerson
0276
Magnavox
0276
Memorex
0019
Panasonic
0029
Polaroid
0204
RCA
0005
Samsung
0193
Sharp
0113
Superscan
0276
Sylvania
0276
Toshiba
0151
VCR - VCR
ABS
3053
Adventura
3062
Aiwa
3062
Akai
3068, 3039
Alienware
3053
American Hi 3021
Asha
3052
Audio Dynamics
3024
Audiovox
3043
Beaumark
3052
Bell & Howell
3083
Broksonic
3051, 3067, 3060,
3022
Calix
3043
Candle
3052, 3043
Canon
3021
Citizen
3052, 3043, 3097
Colortyme
3024
Colt
3008
Craig
3052, 3043
Curtis Mathes 3020, 3024, 3052,
3021, 3011
Cybernex
3052
Cyperpower 3053
Daewoo
3062, 3010, 3055,
3097
DBX
3024
Dell
3053
Diamond Vision
3058
Dimensia
3020, 3011
Durabrand
3073
Dynatech
3062
Electrohome 3043
Electrophonic 3043
Emerson
3043, 3021, 3062,
3063, 3049, 3003,
3097, 3022
ESA
3007
Fisher
3083, 3050, 3087
Fuji
3068, 3021
Funai
3062, 3037, 3063,
3091
Garrard
3062
Gateway
3053
GE
3020, 3052, 3021,
3011, 3069, 3019
Go Video
3027
Goldstar
3024, 3043, 3064,
3001
Gradiente
3062
Harley Davidson
3062, 3091
Harman/Kardon
3024
Headquarter 3083
Hitachi
3066, 3014, 3091
Howard Computers
3053
HP
3053
Hush
3053
iBUYPOWER
3053
Insignia
3082
Instant Replay
3021
JC Penney
3024, 3083, 3052,
3043, 3021
JCL
3021
JVC
3024, 3083, 3098,
3044, 3041, 3089,
3028, 3017, 3025,
3034, 3071, 3046,
3054, 3094, 3030
Kenwood
3024, 3083
Kodak
3043, 3021
33
LG
3043, 3075, 3082,
3081
Linksys
3053
Lloyd's
3062, 3091
LXI
3043
Magnasonic 3097
Magnavox
3021, 3073, 3013,
3085, 3003, 3091
Magnin
3043, 3069
Marantz
3024, 3083, 3021
Marta
3043
Matsushita
3021
Media Center PC
3053
MEI
3021
Memorex
3083, 3052, 3043,
3021, 3062, 3073,
3038, 3090, 3067,
3009, 3092, 3001
MGA
3069
MGN Technology
3052
Microsoft
3053
Mind
3053
Mitsubishi
3031, 3019
Motorola
3021
MTC
3052
Multitech
3052, 3062
NEC
3024, 3083
Nikko
3043
Niveus Media 3053
Noblex
3052
Northgate
3053
Olympus
3021
Optimus
3043, 3092
Orion
3038, 3022
Panasonic
3021, 3040, 3023,
3096, 3070, 3076,
3092
Penney
3069, 3001
Philco
3021
Philips
3021, 3013, 3063,
3074
Philips Magnavox
3013
Pilot
3043
Pioneer
3002
Polaroid
3059, 3077
Presidian
3063
Proscan
3020, 3011, 3016
Pulsar
3073
Quarter
3083
Quartz
3083
Quasar
3021, 3092
Radio Shack 3043, 3091
Radio Shack/Realistic
3083, 3052, 3043,
3021, 3062
Radix
3043
Randex
3043
RCA
3020, 3052, 3021,
3011, 3088, 3035,
3000, 3079, 3069,
3019
Realistic
3083, 3052, 3043,
021, 3062
Ricavision
3053
Ricoh
3026
Runco
3073
Samsung
3052, 3048, 3012
Sanky
3073
Sansui
3038, 3047, 3067,
091, 3022
Sanyo
3083, 3052, 3050,
087, 3093, 3069
Sears
3083, 3043, 3021,
091, 3001
Sharp
3084, 3065, 3086,
078, 3015, 3056,
0018
Funai
Hisense
HP
Initial
Insignia
JVC
LG
0144
0109
0191
0271
0139
0251, 0101, 0194
0148, 0308, 0040,
0172
Magnavox
0044, 0271
Maxent
0098
Mintek
0271
Mitsubishi
0238
NEC
0149
NET-TV
0197
Norcent
0275
Olevia
0168
Panasonic
0253, 0038, 0285,
0117, 0291
Philips
0034, 0112
Polaroid
0130, 0089, 0078,
0281, 0167
RCA
0242
Samsung
0187, 0166, 0234,
0177, 0057, 0093,
0283, 0296, 0180
Sansui
0199
Sanyo
0031, 0298
Sharp
0008, 0160, 0219,
0084, 0241, 0060,
0294, 0074
Sony
0243, 0155, 0035,
0126, 0090
Sylvania
0144, 0115, 0284
Syntax
0168
Tatung
0092
Toshiba
0042, 0222, 0064
Trutech
0206
Viewsonic
0021, 0085, 0107,
0026, 0290, 0174,
0082, 0277, 0255,
0069, 0304
Vizio
0002
Westinghouse 0021, 0063, 0054
Zenith
0146
TV - LCD TV/PC Monitor
Sampo
0280
TV - LCD TV/Tuner Combo
Polaroid
0130
TV - Plasma Display
Acer
0229
Daewoo
0067
Fujitsu
0240
Funai
0250
Panasonic
0195
Pioneer
0203, 0077, 0065
Samsung
0171, 0118, 0095,
0258
Toshiba
0099
Viewsonic
0156, 0106
Zenith
0183, 0214, 0226
TV - PLASMA TV
Akai
0201
Elite
0213
Gateway
0269
HP
0191, 0123
ILO
0237
LG
0133, 0172
Magnavox
0047, 0025
Panasonic
0033, 0104, 0179
Pioneer
0213
Samsung
0166, 0254
Sanyo
0131
Sony
0155
SVA
0185
Viewsonic
0080
Vizio
0002
TV - Plasma TV Monitor
Akai
0170
Fujitsu
0252, 0049, 0260,
0186, 0257
Hitachi
0091, 0041, 0080,
0314
Marantz
0224
NEC
0224
NET-TV
0004
Panasonic
0039
Pioneer
0208
Plasmsync
0224
Sony
0289, 0086
Toshiba
0224, 0120
Zenith
0011
TV - Projection TV
Hitachi
0091, 0066, 0141,
0100, 0020, 0261,
0235
JVC
0071, 0248
Magnavox
0202
Mitsubishi
0263, 0111, 0238,
0013, 0147, 0073,
0137
Panasonic
0033, 0196, 0110
Philips
0132
Pioneer
0152
RCA
0138, 0158
Samsung
0007, 0300, 0218,
0119
Sharp
0127, 0313, 0246
Sony
0243, 0178, 0135,
0125
Toshiba
0307, 0159, 0081,
0006
Zenith
0164
TV - TV
Admiral
0223, 0288, 0129
Advent
0312
Adventura
0143
Aiwa
0124
Akai
0153, 0177, 0046,
0287
Alleron
0268
Amrca Act
0097
Amtron
0182
Anam
0097
Anam Nationl 0279, 0182
AOC
0239, 0308
Apex
0249, 0264
Apex Digital 0227
Audiovox
0182, 0097
Aventura
0295
Belcor
0308
B&H
0223, 0014
Benq
0079
Bradford
0182, 0097
Brockwod
0308
Brooksonic
0097, 0288, 0032,
0046, 0199
Candle
0143, 0308
Carver
0122
Celebrity
0153
Celera
0227
Chnghong
0227
Citizen
0182, 0221, 0308,
0061
Clarion
0097
Colortyme
0308
Colt
0076
Concerto
0308
Contec
0097
Cony
0182
Craig
0182, 0097
Crosley
0122
Crown
0182, 0097
CTX
0027
Curtis Mathes 0017, 0014, 0221,
0122, 0209, 0308,
0129
CXC
0182, 0097
Cytron
0051, 0220
Daewoo
0239, 0062, 0274,
0308,
0061
Daytron
0308
Denon
0209
Diamond Vsn 0045, 0216, 0188
Dimensia
0017
Dumont
0286, 0308
Durabrand
0048, 0295, 0097,
0288
Dwin
0129
Elctroband
0153
Elctrogrph
0228
Elctrohme
0153, 0279, 0308
Emerson
0182, 0268, 0014,
0295, 0097, 0288,
0062, 0032, 0162,
0308, 0276, 0061
Envision
0308
Epson
0301
ESA
0295, 0177
Fisher
0014
Fujitsu
0268
Funai
0182, 0268, 0295,
0097, 0169
Futuretech
0182, 0097
Gateway
0228, 0173
GE
0017, 0279, 0309,
0138, 0308, 0245,
0087
Gibralter
0286, 0308
Goldstar
0239, 0308, 0030
Grunpy
0182, 0268, 0097
Haier
0048
Hallmark
0308
Harley
0169
Hrmn/Krd
0122
Harvard
0182, 0097
Havermy
0129
Hisense
0116
Hitachi
0209, 0091, 0273,
0308, 0169
Ilo
0271
IMA
0182
Infinity
0122
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Insignia
Janeil
JBL
JC Penney
0001, 0278, 0211
0143
0122
0017, 0239, 0221,
0308
JCB
0153
Jensen
0308
JVC
0102, 0175, 0297,
0259, 0096, 0121
Kawasho
0153, 0308
KEC
0097
Kenwood
0308
KLH
0227
KlossNova
0182, 0143
KTV
0182, 0097
LG
0239
Lloyd's
0169
Logik
0223
Luxman
0308
LXI
0017, 0014, 0122
Magnasonic 0061
Magnavox
0122, 0022, 0009,
0308, 0276, 0169
Magnin
0245
Majestic
0223
Marantz
0122, 0308
Maxent
0228
Megatron
0209
Memorex
0223, 0239, 0014,
0288, 0144, 0019,
0075, 0030
MGA
0239, 0308, 0245
Midland
0286
Mitsubishi
0239, 0263, 0308,
0129, 0087
Mntgmry
0223
Motorola
0279, 0129
MTC
0239, 0221, 0308
Multitech
0182, 0097
NEC
0279, 0239, 0308
Net-TV
0228
Norcent
0116
Onwa
0182, 0097
Optimus
0075
Optonica
0225, 0129
Orion
0288, 0001, 0032
Panasonic
0279, 0056, 0036,
0196, 0190, 0176,
0029, 0075
Penney
0245, 0030
Philco
0279, 0239, 0122,
0050, 0308
Philips
0279, 0122, 0068,
0128, 0114, 0016,
0308
PhilipMagnvx 0068, 0022, 0114
Pilot
0308
Pioneer
0308
Polaroid
0227, 0204
Portland
0239, 0308
Price Club
0221
Prima
0312
Proscan
0017, 0138
Proton
0308
Pulsar
0286, 0308
Quasar
0279, 0075
Radio Shack 0014, 0097, 0169
Opens the Search menu. Find shows quickly and easily by searching by name,
actors or description. See a preview of the channel and read information about
the show, set a reminder to tune in the channel at a certain time, or set your
DVR to automatically record the show so you can watch later.
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2
3
4
6
5
7
1. Time: Displays the current time.
2. Selected Program Name: Displays the name of the currently selected program.
3. Selected Program Airtime: Displays the channel, date and time that the currently selected
program will air.
4. Selected Program Information: Displays a short description of the currently selected program.
5. Search Results: Shows the results of the last search. Press OK on any of these to set up
automatic scheduling such as recording or autotune.
6. Search Box: Press OK on the Search Box to open a keyboard where you can type in the name
of any program to search for. You may enter the whole name or part of a name and Search will
look at the title, actors, and the description of the program. (For example, to find the movie
Groundhog Day, you could enter “Groundhog Day”, “Groundhog”, “Bill Murray” or even
“Punxsutawney Phil”.)
7. Search Guide: Begins a search on the Guide for the words entered in the Search Box.
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Entone: Programming
Opens the Settings menu. From here you can change various options that affect
your viewing experience such as Parental Controls and aesthetic themes.
These instructions are provided to help you program your Entone remote to control your TV, DVD
or VCR.
As part of your installation process we program your remote to work with your TV; however, if
you receive a new remote or TV you may require these directions to program your remote to
work with the new device.
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2
7
3
4
5
6
8
9
1. Theme: Changes the aesthetic theme of the menu and guide. Changing this option will cause
the STB/DVR to reboot.
2. Autotune Alert: Sets the time before the STB changes to a scheduled Autotune channel (see
Page 18 for more details).
3. Channel Blocking: Allows specific channels to be removed from view.
4. Share Rentals: Allows rentals purchased on one user to be viewed by all users on a STB.
5. Require Login: Requires user login on startup.
6. Parental Control: Activates Parental Controls on this box (see Page 24 for more details).
7. Edit Channel Blocking: Changes which specific channels are removed from view when Channel
Blocking is enabled.
8. Submit: Saves changes made and applies them, returning to live TV.
9. Cancel: Ignores all changes made and exits, returning to live TV.
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1. Locate the device code for your desired device in the table provided in the appendix below. If
you cannot find the device code for your device or it does not work after trying the listed device
codes for your device brand, there is an auto search method that can also be found below.
2. Turn on your device and with media inserted (if applicable, for a VCR/DVD player and the like).
3. On the remote control, press a device mode key for 5 seconds (i.e., “TV” or “AUX”). The device
mode key will light up.
NOTE: Use the “AUX” mode key to program control of VCR, DVD player, cable box, satellite set­
top­box and audio device.
4. Enter the four­digit device code for you device. If you perform this procedure correctly, the se­
lected device mode key backlight will blink twice. NOTE: If you enter an invalid device code, the
selected device mode key will fast blink 7 times. Device program mode will be terminated.
5. Aim the remote control at your device and press the “POWER” once. The device should be
turned off. If it does not respond, repeat the above steps.
If your device does not respond to the remote control after trying all devices codes listed for your
brand, or if your brand is not listed at all, try searching for your device code as follows:
1. Power on the device and on the remote control, press a device mode key (i.e., “TV” or “AUX”)
and hold for 5s. The device mode key will light up.
NOTE: Use the “AUX” mode key to program control of VCR, DVD player, cable box, satellite set­
top­box and audio device.
2. Press the “POWER” key once and aim your new remote at the device.
3. Press either the “CHANNEL UP” key or “CHANNEL DOWN” key to do device auto­scan.
4. In this search mode, the remote control will send IR codes from the library in 5 second inter­
vals. The device key will be on and blink every 5 seconds while in the device scan mode.
5. If the device turns off, a working code has been found. Press “OK” once to lock in the code. The
selected mode key will blink twice.
Entone Device Codes
TELEVISIONS
TV - Digital TV
Samsung
0163
Zenith
0165
TV - HD Plasma Display
RCA
0242, 0262
TV - HDTV
Apex
0083
Daewoo
0267
Hitachi
0091
ILO
0094
JVC
0071
Mitsubishi
0111, 0238, 0013,
0147
Panasonic
Philips
0311, 0012
0192, 0303, 0000,
0244
Proscan
0138
RCA
0138, 0158, 0140,
0262
Sampo
0055
Sharp
0198
Sony
0236, 0035, 0043,
0231
Zenith
0103, 0105
TV - HDTV Monitor
Brillian
0184
Panasonic
0161
Philips
0217
RCA
0282
Sears
0184
TV - HDTV Projection Monitr
Panasonic
0215, 0299, 0310
Pioneer
0010, 0058
Zenith
0091
TV - HDTV Projection TV
Panasonic
0196
Sony
0236
TV - LCD HDTV
Akai
0108
ILO
0059
Olevia
0142
Polaroid
0212
Syntax
0142
Westinghouse 0021
31
Zenith
0018
TV - LCD Projection TV
Epson
0247
LG
0207
Panasonic
0033
Sony
0243, 0053, 0292
TV - LCD TV
Akai
0270
AOC
0275
Audiovox
0205, 0003, 0150
Benq
0028
Coby
0306
Dell
0070, 0256, 0230
Emerson
0115
Emprex
0134
My STB/DVR is not responding.
▪
Check the light on the front of the ▪
STB/DVR.
▪
STB has a blue ring or
green dot on front
The STB/DVR has power.
STB has a red ring or dot
on front
The STB/DVR has power but is off. Press
the POWER button.
STB has no lights on front
The STB/DVR does not have power.
Check the power cable.
▪ The STB button lights up
Is the remote set to control the
STB/DVR? Press the Channel Up ▪ Any other button lights up
button on your remote and watch
▪ No buttons light up
the top row of buttons.
The remote is correctly set to STB mode.
The remote is not in STB mode. Press
the STB button once.
The remote’s batteries may be
depleted. Change the batteries.
▪
Be sure to point the remote directly at the STB, not your TV.
▪
Restart the STB by unplugging the AC power cable, waiting 30
seconds, and plugging it back in.
▪
Contact Technical Support. We will be happy to assist you with this
problem.
I’m still having issues.
Your set top box/DVR can be set up to have multiple users on it. Each user can have its own set of
Favorites and Parental Controls.
My remote does not control my TV.
Is the TV powered?
*There are many TV models, so these
instructions may not be specific. Please
consult your TV’s instruction manual.
Is the remote properly
programmed to the TV?
I’m still having issues.
User
Password
▪
TV has a blue or green
light on front
The television is powered.
▪
TV has a red or amber
light on front
The television may be on standby. Press
the POWER button.
▪
TV has no light on front
The television may be off or is not re­
ceiving power. Press the POWER button
and check the power cable.
▪
If you have recently replaced your remote or TV, the remote may not
be properly programmed to control the TV.
For more extensive remote programming instructions, see Page 31.
▪
▪
▪
Add: Adds a new user to the STB/DVR.
Edit: Edits the currently selected user (requires PIN).
Delete: Deletes the currently selected user (requires PIN).
Parental Control: Opens the Parental Control settings for the selected user (see Page 24).
Be sure to point the remote directly at the STB, not your TV.
Contact Technical Support. We will be happy to assist you with this
problem.
PIN
TV Location
STB/DVR Input
Primary User
New Login: The name of the user.
Password: The login password of the user. Note that this is different from the primary user PIN.
Theme: The preferred aesthetic theme of the menu and guide.
Allowance: The monthly allowance for VoD and PPV content.
Enter PIN: The primary user’s PIN, required to create or edit users.
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Troubleshooting: TV
Opens the Favorites menu. Setting Favorites allows you to set a specific list of
channels that will appear on your guide–for example, you could set a “Kids
Choice” favorite list with Disney, Nickelodeon, and Cartoon Network, and only
these channels will be displayed.
I have no picture.
▪
STB has a blue ring or
green dot on front
The STB/DVR has power.
▪
STB has a red ring or dot
on front
The STB/DVR has power but is off. Press
the POWER button.
▪
STB has no lights on front
The STB/DVR does not have power.
Check the power cable.
Is the STB/DVR plugged into an outlet
controlled by a light switch?
▪
TV has a blue or green
light on front
▪
TV has a red or amber
light on front
The television may be on standby. Press
the POWER button.
▪
TV has no light on front
The television may be off or is not re­
ceiving power. Press the POWER button
and check the power cable.
▪
▪
▪
Change the TV channel to 03.
If you still cannot view your content, change the TV channel to 04.
If this still does not work, continue to the next troubleshooting step.
▪
One input does not work
▪
No inputs work
▪
Contact Technical Support. We will be happy to assist you. Please let
us know if the previous steps did not fix your issue, as this may
enable us to serve you better.
Check the light on the front of the
STB/DVR.
Is the TV powered?
*There are many TV models, so these
instructions may not be specific. Please
consult your TV’s instruction manual.
Is your screen blue or snowy?
Select your preferred channel favorites from the list on the left. Channels with a
included in your Favorites list.
symbol will be
Pressing the Guide button while the Guide is already open will cycle the Guide Filter.
Ensure the TV is set to
the proper input.
Check the next page to find out which
input your TV is set to.
All: Shows all channels, even ones you don’t
subscribe to. Channels you do not subscribe to
will say “Video Signal Blocked”
Press the INPUT button on your remote
to cycle video input.
Subscribed: Shows only channels you subscribe
to in your current package.
I’m still having issues.
HD: Shows only HD channels in your current
package.
PPV: Shows only PPV channels.
The Guide Filter will also cycle through your
Favorites list (as shown on the left) to only show
your favorite channels.
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The television is powered.
A television may have more than one
input. Continue to press the Input but­
ton to cycle through them. Your
STB/DVR is likely connected to one of
the HDMI ports.
Check the cable going from your televi­
sion to your STB/DVR. Make sure it fits
snugly inside the ports on both the box
and the television.
I’m missing channels on my Guide.
▪
Not all channels are available on
▪
some packages.
▪
Press the Guide button to open the
Guide. Directly above the date, you
can view your current channel ▪
filter.
Your current television package should be reflected on your bill.
You can check channel listings and package information
at www.itv­3.com.
You are currently viewing the guide nor­
Filter says All or
mally. Contact Technical Support.
Subscribed
Filter does not say All or
Subscribed
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The Guide is currently filtering channels
to only show channels set as Favorites.
Press the Guide button repeatedly to
change the filter to All, Subscribed, HD,
or PPV. See Page 20 for more details.
Favorites List
Phone Features
Accessing voicemail for the first time
▪
▪
▪
Contact Technical Support to set up your personalized voicemail number.
Dial your voicemail number.
You will hear a message that says “the person at this extension is not available”. Press the * key before
this prompt ends.
▪ Type in the password you provided.
▪ Press 0, then 1 to change the opening greeting.
Note: If you changed the opening recording to dead air or nothing, press * before it beeps (usually 2 seconds
after you dial the last number of your voicemail number). Press 0, then 1 to re­record your greeting.
List name:
List name:
List name:
List name:
Accessing your voicemail after the first time
▪ Dial your voicemail number.
▪ Press the * key before your greeting ends.
▪ Type in the password you provided.
1 ­ Check New Messages
5 Repeat current message
7 Delete current message
8 Forward current message
9 Save current message
2 ­ Change Folders
3 ­ Advanced Options
5 ­ Leave a message
0 ­ Mailbox/Greeting Options
1 Record message to play when unavailable
2 Record message to play when phone is busy
3 Record your name
4 Record temporary greeting
5 Change voicemail password
* Return to the main menu
N11 Codes
4­1­1 ­ Directory Assistance
Search directory assistance ($2.00/call).
6­1­1 ­ Customer Service
Dials iTV­3 customer/technical service.
7­1­1 ­ TDD relay for the deaf
Relay service to translate speech to TDD.
8­1­1 ­ JULIE Locate
Free service for underground utility info.
9­1­1 ­ Emergency services
Contacts emergency services.
I want to set up call forwarding.
Enabling call forwarding
▪
▪
Dial *72, then the 10­digit number you wish to forward to.
Test the forwarding to make sure it was enabled correctly.
Disabling call forwarding
▪
Dial *73. This will disable call forwarding.
Phone Packages and Pricing
All
Outgoing Calls Outgoing Calls International
Incoming Calls
Calls
to IL
to US/Canada
Free
2.9¢/min.
4.9¢/min.
Varies
Metered Phone
Additional
Line
$9.95/mo.
Unlimited IL
Free
Free
4.9¢/min.
Varies
$19.95/mo.
Unlimited US/Canada
Free
Free
Free
Varies
$29.95/mo.
International Calling
Free
Please call the office or check our website for pricing.
My Voicemail Number
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Voicemail Password
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Opens the Guide, which shows a listing of all currently playing programs as well
as programs for up to seven days from the current day. You can also set
reminders to let you know when your favorite shows are playing, and if you have
DVR service, record programs automatically as new episodes premiere.
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6
Router Setup
iTV‐3 service works with wireless routers, however we cannot provide technical support for these products.
This short guide is meant as a general step‐by‐step to setting up a wireless router with our service. For more
information, please refer to your product’s instruction manual or contact the manufacturer for technical
support for these programs.
2
3
4
Wired computer
Wireless computers
7
Ethernet
cable from
router to
computer
plugs into
ports 1‐4
on router
8
Tablets, iPads, etc.
1. Time: Displays the current time.
2. Selected Program Name: Displays the name of the currently selected program.
3. Selected Program Airtime: Displays the time that the currently selected program will air.
4. Selected Program Information: Displays a short description of the currently selected program.
The
logo will appear where closed captioning is available.
5. Current Channel: Displays the currently playing channel. The program currently playing will
display in the top left corner.
6. Current Program: Displays the name of the currently playing program.
7. Guide Filter: Displays the current guide filter (see page 16).
Ethernet cable from wall or HPNA modem
Plugs into INTERNET or ETHERNET port on router
Setting up wireless internet
Consult your device’s installation guide for more information on this process.
Generally, your device will come with a setup CD that can be run on a computer that is attached via ethernet
to your router. Running this CD will set up a wireless password on your network. ITV­3 cannot and does not
keep record of your wireless password. Please note your wireless settings below.
8. Guide: The current selection is highlighted in blue.
This show is set to record. It will automatically begin recording when the episode begins
playing.
This show is set to record as a series. All episodes of this series will be recorded.This show
is set to record.
The show is set to record as a series but this specific episode will be skipped.
This is a new (or live) episode of this series.
This show is scheduled to Autotune. When the episode begins playing, the STB/DVR will
automatically change channel to the program.
This show is scheduled as a Reminder. When the episode begins playing, a message will
appear on the STB/DVR to remind you the program is being aired.
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Wireless Network Name Wireless Password
(SSID)
(Encryption Key)
Encryption Type
� WEP
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� WPA
� WPA2
Setting up Email
Pressing OK will select the highlighted program, bringing up the following menu.
Contact Customer Support to add a new email account. You may have up to 5 email accounts.
Check your email at http://webmail.itv‐3.com or by clicking Check your Email on our website.
The Zimbra Email Client
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1. Displays the currently logged in user. The green bar represents how full your mailbox is–if it
fills completely you will be unable to receive new mail. Empty your trash frequently to avoid this
(see below).
2. Zimbra Features. Click a tab to open a Feature.
Email ‐ Read, send, and sort email.
Address Book ‐ Create and manage multiple address books.
Preferences ‐ Manage preferences such as signatures and color schemes.
3. Email commands.
New ‐ Create a new email message.
Get Mail ‐ Refreshes your inbox. If you are expecting an email and it has not arrived yet, click
this button.
Delete ‐ Deletes the selected email. Delete old emails often to clean up your Inbox.
Reply/Reply All/Forward ‐ Opens the appropriate dialogue for handling email.
Junk ‐ Marks the email as Junk, forwarding similar email to the Junk folder.
Schedule Event: Opens the menu below for specific event scheduling.
Record Program: Schedules the program to record. It will automatically begin recording when the
episode begins playing.
Record Series: Schedules the program to record as a series. All episodes of this series will be
recorded.
Set Reminder: Sets a reminder for the show. When the episode begins playing, a message will
appear on the STB/DVR to remind you the program is being aired.
Set Autotune: Schedules the program to Autotune. When the episode begins playing, the
STB/DVR will automatically change channel to the program.
Expanded Info: Shows a full description of the selected program.
Cancel: Returns to the Guide.
4. Folders.
Inbox ‐ Received mail.
Sent ‐ Sent mail.
Drafts ‐ Mail that has been created but not yet sent.
Junk ‐ Mail that has been deemed as Junk (or spam).
Trash ‐ Deleted mail. To empty your Trash, rightclick on it and select Empty Trash.
5. Email list. Defaults to show the Inbox. Doubleclick on an email to read it. An email with a
paperclip signifies that the email has an attachment.
Setting up Outlook, Windows Live Mail, etc.
Server Information
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Account Type: POP3
Display Name: The name you wish to display on outgoing email.
E‐mail: Your full @itv‐3.com email address.
Incoming mail: mail.itv‐3.com Port: 110
Outgoing mail: mail.itv‐3.com Port: 25
Username: Your full @Itv‐3.com email address.
Password: Your email address password.
Requires unsecure (no ssl) outgoing authentication.
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The Schedule Event menu allows you more specific control on scheduling events. You can set an
event to record or autotune daily, weekly, or monthly at a specific time.
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Opens the Movies on Demand menu. The Movies on Demand menu contains a
large list of rentable movies, events and music playlists for your selection, in
addition to a free On Demand selection.
All Ages 2 and Older
Parental Guidance Suggested
Whether animated or live‐action, the
themes and elements in this program
are specifically designed for a very
young audience, including children from
ages 2–6. These programs are not
expected to frighten younger children.
This rating signifies that the program
may be unsuitable for younger children
without the guidance of a parent. Many
parents may want to watch it with their
younger children. Various game shows
and most reality shows are rated TV‐PG
for their suggestive dialog, suggestive
humor, and/or coarse language.
TV-Y Examples: Sesame Street, Dora the Explorer,
Max and Ruby, Team Umizoomi
TV-PG Examples: Everybody Loves Raymond,
Seinfeld, Adventure Time, The Simpsons
Directed to Children 7 and Older
Each movie or event has a different price for rental which is shown next to the title of the movie
or event.
Content is available for 24 hours from purchase unless otherwise specified.
Rentals and PPV charges will appear on your next month’s bill.
Shows with this rating may not be
appropriate for some children under the
age of seven. They may contain crude or
suggestive humor, mild fantasy violence,
or content too frightening to be shown
to children less than seven years of age.
TV‐Y7‐FV is a alternate version for shows
with notably more fantasy violence.
Parents Strongly Cautioned
These programs contain material that
many parents would find unsuitable for
children under 14. Parents are strongly
urged to exercise greater care in
monitoring this program and are
cautioned against letting children under
14 watch unattended.
TV-Y7 Examples: Spongebob Squarepants, iCarly,
Avatar: The Last Airbender
TV-Y7-FV Examples: Ben 10, Power Rangers, G.I.
Joe, Transformers, Thundercats, Justice League
TV-14 Examples: Saturday Night Live, House, Family
Guy, Futurama, CSI, Grey’s Anatomy
General Audience
Mature Audience Only
Shows that can be enjoyed by a variety
of age groups. Networks that air infor‐
mational, religious, how‐to, or otherwise
generally inoffensive content usually ap‐
ply a TV‐G rating to all of their shows.
These programs are specifically
designed for adults and are unsuitable
for children under 17. The program may
contain graphic violence, strong
language, nudity or sexual content.
Examples: Most cooking shows, gardening shows,
home repair shows
TV-M Examples: South Park, Nip/Tuck, Dexter, The
Shield, Game of Thrones
The television industry is pleased to provide the TV Parental Guidelines as a public service and
welcomes your feedback. The TV Parental Guidelines Monitoring Board handles public
comments and information on the rating system. For more information on the TV Parental
Guidelines, please visit their website at www.tvguidelines.org.
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Parental Control Guide
Opens the Library menu.
iTV‐3 provides over 300 channels of television and thousands of Video on Demand choices. With so many
programs and movies from action‐packed thrillers to nature documentaries to the evening news, it’s
becoming harder for parents to monitor what their children are watching. ITV‐3 provides a parental control
option to help parents control what their children may view.
ENABLING PARENTAL CONTROLS
MULTIPLE USER PARENTAL LOCK
Use this set of instructions to enable parental
controls on your set top boxes.
Use this set of instructions to have different
parental controls on each TV.
● Press the Menu button on your remote.
● Press the Menu button on your remote.
● Select “Settings”.
● Select “Settings”.
● Enter your password by pressing the number ● Enter your password by pressing the number
keys on your remote (default: 0). Press OK.
keys on your remote (default: 0). Press OK.
● Select “Users”, then “Parental Control”.
● Select “Preferences”.
● Change the settings as desired (see
“Parental Controls Settings”, below).
● Navigate to the “Parental Control” option.
Press OK to check it.
● Select “Submit”. This will save your settings.
● Navigate to the “Require Login” option.
Press OK to check it.
● Select “Preferences”.
● Navigate to the “Parental Control” option.
Press OK to check it.
● Select “Submit”. This will save your settings.
● You now have enabled parental controls.
● Select “Submit”. This will save your settings.
● Press Exit to close the menu. You now have
enabled parental controls.
PARENTAL CONTROLS SETTINGS
This box explains the different Parental
Control settings available.
● Movie Rating: The highest Video on Demand
content the user can view.
● TV Rating: The highest TV content the user
can view.
● Unlock Timer: Primary User Only. If set, you
may press Menu and select “Control On” to
unlock Parental Controls for this amount of
time.
● Unrated Programs: Primary User Only. This
will block all unrated programs.
● Specific content may also be blocked using
the boxes below. Navigate your cursor to
the option you wish to block and press the
OK button to select it.
UNLOCKING PARENTAL CONTROLS
Use these instructions to temporarily disable
parental controls or change users.
To temporarily disable parental controls
(Primary User only):
● Press the Menu button on your remote.
● Select “Control On”.
From here, you can quickly access rented videos and events, as well as check scheduled
reminders and Autotunes.
Messages from iTV‐3 will also appear in the Library. You will receive service notifications here, as
well as when new content is added.
● Enter your password for the primary user
(default: 0). This will temporarily disable
parental controls. You will be required to
re‐enter your password after the amount of
time set for the Unlock Timer (see Parental
Control Settings, above).
To change users (if using Multiple User Parental
Lock):
● Press the Menu button on your remote.
Select “Log Out”.
● This will log the current user out. You will
need to select a new user and enter their
password to continue viewing.
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Opens the DVR menu. From here you can record your favorite shows, even if you
aren’t home, so you never have to worry about missing your favorite episodes.
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Setting a DVR to record
Highlight your selection in the Guide, and press the “REC” or ® button. You should see a red
dot appear next to your selection.
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Recording an entire series
● To record the entire series, highlight your selection in the Guide, and press the “REC” or ®
button twice. You should see a red dot with a + next to it.
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● To record only new episodes (new episodes are marked with a star next to the name),
highlight your selection in the Guide, and press the “OK” button. Select Edit Recording, and
change the “Episodes” option to “New Only”.
● From the Edit Recording menu, you can also set the recording to begin early or end late, or
limit the number of recordings of up to 10 episodes.
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● To skip a particular episode in a series, press the REC or ® button on an episode that is set to
record as a series (has the
icon next to it). The icon will turn grey , skipping that episode.
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Playing a previous recording
To play a recording, select it under Recordings, then select Play Recording to play or resume a
previously recorded program.
1. Time: Displays the current time.
2. DVR Space Used: Displays the percentage of hard drive used. When this reaches 100% you will
be unable to record new programs. Delete old and unwanted programs to free up space.
3. Series Recording Folder: Recording a series creates a folder for that series. Selecting the folder
will open it so you can select individual episodes to view.
4. Single Episode Recording: A single recording. Highlight the recording and press OK to view or
delete the recording.
Deleting a recording
To delete a recording, select it under Recordings, then select Delete Recording.
Please note that once you delete a recording it is permanently removed. Technical Support
cannot retrieve deleted recordings.
5. Recordings: Shows a list of currently saved recordings.
6. To Record: Shows a list of currently scheduled recordings, including series recordings.
7. Schedule Priority: Shows a list of currently scheduled recordings, including series recordings, in
the order that they will be recorded. In the event that more than two recordings coincide,
programs higher on this list will be recorded. From this list, you may adjust the priority of
scheduled recordings, as well as delete scheduled recordings.
8. Schedule Event: Shows a list of specifically scheduled recordings, when a time, date and
duration is specified instead of an episode.
9. Record History: Shows a history of previous recordings. Shows recording start and stop
date/times, as well as deletion start/stop times.
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