Operating instructions | Contec RT-U50-25S Universal Remote User Manual

CheckMate® V
Model RT-U50-25S
Universal Remote
Control
1. Introduction
®
Your Checkmate V, Model RT-U50, universal remote control
is simple to program, easy to use, and can operate up to five
(5) electronic devices, which include:
CABLE
TV
VCR
DVD
AUDIO
Cable set-top terminals
Televisions
VCR
DVD
Receivers, amplifiers, CD players
3. Installing / Replacing Batteries
2. Before Getting Started
Low Battery Indication - when the batteries become low and
need to be replaced, the [CABLE], [TV], [VCR], [DVD],
[AUDIO] buttons will not illuminate normally, or at all, during
operation. When this happens, install two (2) new AAA
alkaline batteries to restore normal operation to the remote
control.
Lets you program your TV, VCR, DVD and AUDIO devices
without using codes. For more information, see Sections 5
and 14.
SmartKeys™
Mode Lock™
Your model RT-U50 remote comes “locked” in its cable
operating mode. To operate more functions on your TV,
VCR, DVD or AUDIO devices, see Section 11.
[DEVICE] Button
The [DEVICE] button operates only when Mode Lock™
feature is unlocked. When [DEVICE] is pressed, one of
the power buttons will light up indicating the current device
being operated. While the current mode power button is
illuminated, press a non-illuminated power button to
operate a different device.
[VCR / DVD / VOD] Button
Press and hold to “toggle” the transport (Play, Stop,
Rew...) buttons between Cable (Video-On-Demand), VCR
or DVD functions.
®
Memory Guard
Eliminates reprogramming after battery changes.
Time Out
Your remote control has Memory Guard™, which eliminates
reprogramming after battery changes.
4. Programming Cable Set-Top Terminal
Program multiple button presses on the [CABLE] and [TV]
buttons. For more information, see Section 9.
Rev. 09/2003. © 2003, CONTEC CORPORATION
Lets you reset your remote to its original default settings.
For more information, see Section 12.
Install two (2) new AAA alkaline batteries. Properly match the
“+ / -” ends of the batteries with the diagram in the battery
compartment.
Point and Press® Programming
To have a clearer idea of the features and
capabilities of your remote control, take a moment
to carefully read these instructions
Save for future reference.
Reset
Before you can use your remote control, it must be
programmed (set-up) to operate the above devices.
Some of the special features on your remote control are:
Programming & Operating
Instructions
Shuts remote off if any button is pressed and held for 45
seconds. This extends battery life in the event the remote
becomes lodged under or between heavy objects.
Your CheckMate® V remote is pre-programmed to operate
a UEC digital set-top terminal.
To operate a different cable set-top terminal, look up the brand
and model in the Cable Setup Code list. If you are not sure of
your brand and model, contact your cable operator.
1. Press [SELECT] then [MUTE] together until the power /
mode buttons illuminate in slow-rotation (i.e. CABLE Æ TV
Æ VCR Æ DVD Æ AUDIO Æ CABLE.
2. From the Cable Setup Code list, locate the 3-digit code for
your brand / model and enter it on the keypad of the
remote control. The cable set-top terminal will turn off.
3. Then, press [SELECT] to lock in the code. The power /
mode buttons will blink 3-times and go out.
Cable Setup Codes
UEC
001
Motorola
DCT, CFT2200
CFT2100, CFT2000
001
002
Jerrold
DL4, DP(V), DQN(V), DPBB
003
Scientific Atlanta
Explorer®
Explorer® (#, *)
Explorer® (Blue Ridge)
Explorer (WorldGate™)
8600X
8600
004
010
011
012
005
006
4.
To program your VCR or DVD, refer to the VCR or
DVD Setup Code lists and repeat steps 2 and 3 above.
5.
To program your AUDIO equipment, refer to the
AUDIO Setup Code list and repeat steps 2 and 3
above.
mode buttons will illuminate in fast-rotation. As soon as
one device turns off, release the [CH ▲] button.
4. Press [MUTE]. If the device that turned off...
a. Turns back on, press [SELECT] to lock in this code.
The power / mode buttons will blink 3-times and go
out.
Point and Press® Programming
Or
Pace
510 Digital
HD Digital
004
010
Pioneer
Voyager™
BA-V1000, BA-V2000
004
007
Tocom
5503VIP, 5507, 5508
008
Zenith
MM 2500
Digital
009
013
5. Programming TV, VCR, DVD, AUDIO Devices
This method allows you to program the remote control without
using codes. Instead, the remote control automatically finds
the correct command that you select in a variety of codes until
you find the code that operates your device. You then lock in
the correct code as described below.
The following instructions describe how to program your
remote control using the [CH ▲] or [CH ▼] buttons ("Power"
function during programming). You may also program your
remote control using other buttons / functions as described in
Section 14. When using this method, there are several
important points to remember:
•
The order in which you program your electronic devices is
not important.
•
There may be several codes that turn your electronic
devices on / off (or perform other functions). Once you
lock-in a code, be sure to check the available functions
for that device (i.e. TV - Vol ▲/▼, Mute, TV Input , VCR Play, Stop..., DVD - Play, Stop..., AUDIO - Vol▲/▼,
Mute) to see if they are operating.
Code Entry Programming
1. Turn on all the electronic devices (TV, VCR, DVD, AUDIO)
you want to program the remote to operate.
2. Press [SELECT] then [MUTE] together until the power /
mode buttons illuminate in slow-rotation (i.e. CABLEÆ TV
Æ VCR Æ DVD Æ AUDIO Æ CABLE…).
3. a. To program your TV, locate the 3-digit code for your
brand in the TV Setup Code list and enter it on the
keypad of the remote control. Entry of the correct
code will cause your TV to turn off. If multiple codes
are listed for your brand, you may have to enter
different codes until your TV turns off.
b. As soon as you have entered a 3-digit code that turns
your TV off, press [MUTE].
1. If the TV turns back on, press [SELECT] to lock
in the code. The power / mode buttons will blink
3-times and go out.
Or
2. If the TV does not turn back on, enter a different
3-digit setup code until your TV turns back on.
Then press [SELECT] to lock in the code. The
power / mode buttons will blink 3-times and go
out.
•
•
While the remote is searching for the correct setup
code(s) for your electronic devices, it is possible that
other (previously programmed) devices may turn on / off
(or perform other functions). If this occurs, continue
pressing the [CH ▲] or [CH ▼] buttons (or the buttons
described in Section 14) until you find the correct code for
the device you are programming.
It may take several minutes for the remote to find the
correct code that turns your device off (or performs
another selected function). During this time, the power /
mode buttons will illuminate in fast-rotation (i.e. CABLE Æ
TV Æ VCR Æ DVD Æ AUDIO Æ CABLE…).
b. Does not turn back on, press [CH ▼] one step at a
time until that device turns back on. Each time you
press the [CH ▼] button, the power / mode buttons
will illuminate once in reverse fast-rotation (AUDIO Æ
DVD Æ VCR Æ TV Æ CABLE).
Once you have found a code that turns the device
on / off, press [SELECT] to lock in this code. The
power / mode buttons will blink 3-times and go out.
5. Repeat steps 2 to 4 above for each of the remaining
electronic devices you wish to program the remote to
operate.
6. Programming TV / VCR Combinations
1. First, turn on your TV / VCR combination device and
install a VHS tape.
2. Next, program your remote to operate the TV functions.
Using the Code Entry Programming method described in
Section 5, find a TV Setup Code that operates the TV
functions (power, Vol, ▲/▼, Mute) of your TV / VCR unit.
3. Last, program your remote to operate the VCR functions.
Using the Code Entry Programming method described in
Section 5, enter, lock and test each 3-digit VCR Setup
Code for your brand until a code is found that operates the
transport functions (play, stop, rew, fwd, pause, rec) of
your TV / VCR unit.
Programming your electronic devices using the [Ch ▲] or
[Ch ▼] buttons (“Power” function during programming)...
7. Programming Your TV / DVD or TV / VCR / DVD
Combination.... .................................................................
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1. Turn on all the electronic devices (TV, VCR, DVD, AUDIO)
you want to program the remote to operate.
1. First, turn on your TV / DVD combination device and install
a DVD.
2. Press [SELECT] then [MUTE] together until the power /
mode buttons illuminate in slow-rotation (i.e. CABLE Æ TV
Æ VCR Æ DVD Æ AUDIO Æ CABLE…).
3. Press and hold the [CH ▲] button until one device turns
off. While you are pressing the [CH ▲] button, the power /
2. Next, program your remote to operate the TV functions.
Using the Code Entry Programming method described in
Section 5, find a TV Setup Code that operates the TV
functions (Power, Vol ▲/▼, Mute) of your TV / DVD unit.
Dumont
Electro Home
Elektra
Emerson
3. Last, program your remote to operate the DVD functions.
Using the Code Entry Programming method described in
Section 5, enter, lock and test each 3-digit DVD Setup
Code for your brand until a code is found that operates the
transport functions (PLAY, STOP, REW, FWD, PAUSE,
REC) of your TV / DVD unit.
Envision
Fisher
Funai
GE
Before you can test for the correct DVD setup code, you
must first press and hold the [VCR / DVD / VOD] button
until the [DVD] button illuminates.
4. If you have a TV / VCR / DVD combination unit, you would
then program your remote to operate the VCR functions.
Gibralta
Using the Code Entry Programming method described in
Section 5, enter, lock and test each 3-digit VCR Setup
Code for your brand until a code is found that operates the
VCR transport functions (PLAY, STOP, REW, FWD,
PAUSE, REC) of your TV / DVD / VCR unit.
Goldstar (LG)
Grundig
Hall Mark
Before you can test for the correct VCR setup code, you
must first press and hold the [VCR / DVD / VOD] button
until the [VCR] button illuminates.
Hitachi
Inkel
JC Penney
TV Setup Codes
Admiral
Adventura
Aiwa
Akai
Amark
Amstrad
Anam
Apex
AOC
Audiovox
Belcor
Bell & Howell
Broksonic
Brokwood
Candle
Centurion
Citizen
Concerto
Contec
Coronado
Craig
Crown
Curtis Mathes
Daewoo
Daytron
026 054 211
047
214
053
023 215
157
217 218 219
030 038 427
053
220
073
211
165 167
073
068 091
095 107 108
068 091 211
073 095
147
023
223
023
016 054 107
213
051
159
197
205
073
JVC
220
221 222
223
Kawasho
KMC
KTV
Kurazai
LG (Goldstar)
Lodgenet
Logik
Luxman
LXI
Magnavox (Philips)
Majestic
Marantz
Megatron
Memorex
233
MGA/Mitsubishi
108
211
095
194
202
209
108
158
196
204
Montgomery Ward
068
189
198
206
095
073
191
200
207
107
NEC
Orion
Panasonic
073
073
353
016
139
166
400
073
355
047
015
054
095
390
023
090
360
023
107
233
073
Philco
095
Philips(Magnavox)
023
158
167
401
095
356
053
159
168
402
064
164
169
408
103
165
392
415
018
055
101
396
048
095
042
068
102
403
053
107
044
073
103
406
068
108
049
090
389
407
073
233
053
108
068
233
073
360
090
361
095
023
098
364
039
068
099
095
100
096
097
053
068
073
092
095
104
410
073
023
023
211
023
107
211
211
068
024
023
090
387
211
053
215
090
405
053
107
394
022
072
028
019
163
042
102
105
355
106
396
397
233
366
068
233
073
360
095
053
213
053
108
213
213
073
026
068
091
397
213
107
095
157
071
093
404
090
361
073 072 089
134 385
108
109
211
213
355
388
068
109
395
023
108
068
159
382
043
073
110
398
026
211
090
160
090
216
399
053
213
108
161
095
384
044
045
046
071
200
162
Pilot
Pioneer
Portland
ProScan
Proton
Pulsar
Quasar
Radio Shack
Realistic
RCA
Sampo
Samsung
Sanyo
Scott
Sears
Sharp
Signature 2000
Sony
Soundesign
Squareview
Supre-Macy
Sylvania
Symphonic
Tatung
Techwood
Teknika
Telerent
Tera
Tevion
TMK
Toshiba
Totevision
Universal
Vidtech
Wards
White Westinghouse
XR-1000
Yamaha
York
Zenith
VCR Setup Codes
023
091
023
090
387
073
111
023
055
090
073
044
073
022
042
069
090
015
090
151
353
090
023
353
016
026
395
023
014
091
157
380
068
093
047
044
068
023
213
023
381
065
068
030
233
068
068
068
211
213
068
090
047
391
053
068
071
072
068
091
397
094
144
068
070
371
071
093
404
233
383
073
134
089
385
166
052
070
108
016
107
153
355
108
031
355
022
027
409
026
020
168
053
054
055
017
108
386
356
168
038
356
023
028
023
134
411
376
031
147
039
068
024
029
025
393
108
021
211
213
071
107
157
072
108
090
157
091
158
068
072
091
168
038
039
049
406
050
372
377
213
414
090
031
102
090
408
108
048
405
051
Admiral
Adventura
Aiwa
Akai
Audio Dynamics
Bell & Howell
Broksonic
Canon
Citizen
Colortyme
Craig
Curtis Mathes
Daewoo
Daytron
DBX
Dynatech
Emerson
Fisher
Funai
GE
Go Video
Goldstar (LG)
Harman Kardon
Hitachi
Instant Replay
JC Penney
JCL
JVC
Kenwood
LG (Goldstar)
Lloyd
Logik
LXI
Magnavox (Philips)
Marantz
Marta
Matsui
Memorex
Mitsubishi
MTC
Montgomery Ward
Multi Tech
NEC
Orion
Panasonic
066
132
269
354
243
357
333
086
033
291
172
086
033
347
345
243
132
033
331
336
341
035
132
086
348
247
291
078
086
078
086
120
253
120
247
132
367
132
086
086
291
331
368
132
370
255
132
066
132
120
375
322
330
112
075
275
336
351
352
291
337
362
172
363
112
343
358
359
247
331
247
344
291
345
346
365
291
086
332
337
342
081
172
349
331
132
333
338
326
334
339
357
363
327
335
340
174
350
132
086
172
238
291
128
243
247
250
132
331
238
243
247
331
132
172
183
183
238
Pentax
Philco
Philips (Magnavox)
Pioneer
Portland
ProScan
Quartz
Quasar
RCA
Realistic
Samsung
Sansui
Sanyo
Scott
Sears
Sharp
Shintom
Signature 2000
Sony
Soundesign
Sylvania
Symphonic
Tandy
Tashiko
Tatung
Teac
Technics
Teknika
Thomas
TMK
Toshiba
Totevision
Unitech
Vector Research
Video Concepts
Wards
XR-1000
Yamaha
Zenith
078
086
086
078
345
170
238
112
078
173
066
269
120
238
033
035
066
367
066
056
132
086
322
132
132
331
243
132
086
132
132
338
033
172
172
291
132
066
367
132
058
132
132
120
183
183
263
174
378
132
174
132
271
367
346
332
078
075
141
170
172
238
275
379
357
367
238
363
276
278
170
058
173
060
373
132
324
141
183
363
331
363
184
243
359
035
331
078
081
291
132
172
247
331
243
120
291
122
128
132
247
DVD Setup Codes
238
331
363
369
258
172
170
172
238
173
367
243
291
374
326
327
328
329
117
373
Apex Digital
B144
Denon
DVD-Video
ECA
GE
Goldstar (LG)
Gradiente
Harmon Kardon
Hitachi
JVC
193
146
201
199
156
150
129
212
256
149
177
227
203
152
133
234
259
179
156
135
228
248
129
138
270
181
246
085
115
125
236
192
034
040
156
082
121
129
252
133
143
135
146
179
121
188
124
260
185
244
118
187
224
076
059
237
085
124
133
225
077
061
087
210
135
079
113
Audio Setup Codes
238
331
Kenwood
KLH
LG (Goldstar)
Magnavox
Marantz
Mitsubishi
NAD
Onkyo
Panasonic
Pioneer
Proceed
Samsung
Sharp
Sony
Thomson
Toshiba
Yamaha
Zenith
175
179
260
Compact Disc
ADC
Akai
Aiwa
Carver
Crown
Denon
Fisher
Goldstar (LG)
Harman Kardon
JVC
Kenwood
Krol
LG (Goldstar)
Magnavox (Philips)
Mission
Mitsubishi
NAD
Nakamichi
NEC
NSM
Onkyo
Panasonic
Philips (Magnavox)
Pioneer
Quasar
Radio Shack
RCA
Sanyo
SAE
Scott
Sharp
Sony
Soundesign
STS
318
249
176
176
154
273
230
308
315
297
131
176
308
037
176
245
182
264
235
176
300
184
037
116
184
186
295
230
176
186
288
067
148
318
261
274
176 274 289
299
084 119 296
249
231 290
319
266
084 119 296
127
190 266 279
309
289
292 293
242 311 320
289
Sylvania
Teac
Technics
Toshiba
Yamaha
084
186
184 208 317
290
280
controlled through your TV (except AUDIO volume which
defaults to the AUDIO device).
The volume control options in each mode of the remote are:
CABLE
TV
VIDEO
DVD
AUDIO
Receiver / Amplifier
Adcom
Aiwa
Akai
Bose
Carver
Denon
Everquest
Fisher
Fosgate Audionics
Goldstar (LG)
Harman Kardon
Hitachi
Jensen
JVC
Kenwood
LG (Goldstar)
Luxman
Magnavox
Marantz
NAD
Onkyo
Optimus
Panasonic
Parasound
Philips (Magnavox)
Pioneer
Quasar
Radio Shack
Realistic
Rotel
Sansui
Sanyo
Scott
Sharp
Sherwood
Sony
Soundesign
SSI
Taekwang
Teac
Technics
Wards
Victor
Yamaha
Zenith
325
301
142
302
155
262
136
063
305
036
130
240
140
114
063
036
281
080
282
286
126
142
032
323
080
123
032
229
226
310
283
195
272
294
229
041
083
313
142
314
032
063
114
145
036
TV (default), Cable or Audio.
TV (default), Cable or Audio.
TV (default), Cable or Audio.
TV (default), Cable or Audio.
Audio (default), Cable or TV.
To control volume / mute through your cable set-top
terminal in the remote’s Cable mode…
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307
180
1. Press [CABLE], then [SELECT] together - hold both
buttons down until the [CABLE] button lights up.
257 305 306
2. Press [VOL ▲], then [CABLE] for cable volume. The
[CABLE] button will blink and go out.
To return volume control back to your TV, repeat step 1.
above, then press [VOL ▲], then [TV] in step 2.
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277
[B]
[C]
[0]
Cable, TV, VCR, AUDIO & DVD - tunes TV to
Ch 3
Cable, TV, VCR, AUDIO & DVD - tunes TV to
Ch 2
Cable, TV, VCR, AUDIO & DVD - tunes TV to
Ch 4
Cable box only (default)
4. The [CABLE] button will blink and go out, storing the
selected option.
Programming and using the [TV] SmartKey™
The [TV] button normally turns on / off your TV. To program
the [TV] button to transmit multiple pre-programmed functions,
follow the steps below:
1. Press [DEVICE], then [CABLE] to select the cable mode of
your remote.
2. Press [TV], then [MENU] together - hold both buttons down
until the [TV] button lights up.
9. Your Remote’s SmartKeys™
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Your remote has two (2) SmartKeys™ - [CABLE] and [TV], that
Each SmartKey™ can be
operate in its cable mode.
programmed to transmit multiple functions.
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Programming and using the [CABLE] SmartKey™
The [CABLE] button normally turns on / off your cable set-top
terminal. To program the [CABLE] button to transmit multiple
pre-programmed functions, follow the steps below:
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267
268
1. Press [DEVICE], then [CABLE] to select the cable mode of
your remote.
2. Press [CABLE], then [MENU] together - hold both buttons
down until the [CABLE] button lights up.
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057 232 287
088 239 265
3. Press the option number below for the desired functions:
Option
Pre-programmed to turn on…
[1]
[2]
[3]
TV - tune TV to Ch 3
TV - tune TV to Ch 2
TV - tune TV to Ch 4
[0]
TV only (default)
4. The [TV] button will blink and go out, storing the selected
option.
Remember: When using any SmartKey™ to transmit a series
of functions, be sure to keep your remote aimed at the devices
to ensure all functions are received in their entirety.
3. Press the option number below for the desired functions:
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241
254 303
083 088 239
[A]
265
8. Programming Volume Control
When you first program your remote, volume / mute are
Option
Pre-Programmed to turn on…
[1]
[2]
[3]
Cable & TV - tune TV to Ch 3
Cable & TV - tune TV to Ch 2
Cable & TV - tune TV to Ch 4
[4]
[5]
[6]
Cable, TV & VCR - tune TV to Ch 3
Cable, TV & VCR - tune TV to Ch 2
Cable, TV & VCR - tune TV to Ch 4
[7]
[8]
[9]
Cable, TV, VCR & AUDIO - tune TV to Ch 3
Cable, TV, VCR & AUDIO - tune TV to Ch 2
Cable, TV, VCR & AUDIO - tune TV to Ch 4
10. Code Number Read Back
To identify the 3-digit setup codes stored under the Point and
Press® programming method, follow these steps:
To identify the TV setup code…
1. Press [TV], then [SELECT] together - hold both buttons
down until [TV] illuminates.
2. Press [INFO]. The [TV] button will “blink back” the code
numbers, with a 1-second interval between each digit of
the code.
Example: For code “035”, the remote will blink 10 times,
then 3 times, then 5 times.
To identify the 3-digit VCR code, press [VCR], then [SELECT]
in step 1, then press [INFO].
To identify the 3-digit DVD code, press [DVD], then [SELECT]
in step 1, then press [INFO].
To identify the 3-digit AUDIO code, press [AUDIO], then
[SELECT] in step 1, then press [INFO].
11. Mode Lock™
Your RT-U50 remote comes locked in its cable operating
mode. While locked in its cable mode, it can control all cable
set-top operations, as well as power on your TV, VCR, DVD
and AUDIO devices.
To operate more functions on your TV, VCR, DVD and
AUDIO devices, you can unlock the remote as follows:
1. Press [CABLE], then [MUTE] together - hold both buttons
down until the [CABLE] button lights up.
2. Press [9, 9, 9]. The [CABLE] button will blink and go out.
To lock your remote back in its cable operating mode...
1. Press [CABLE], then [MUTE] together - hold both buttons
down until the [CABLE] button lights up.
2. Press [0, 0, 0]. The [CABLE] button will blink and go out.
12. Resetting Your Remote Control
To reset you remote to its factory default settings...
1. Press [CABLE], then [SELECT] together - hold both
buttons down until the [CABLE] button lights up.
2. Press [MENU], then [MENU] again.
3. [CABLE] button will blink and go out.
13. [TV / VCR INPUT] Button
This button changes the input source of your electronic
devices. In the remote's Cable mode, this operates a Cable
function on set-top boxes so equipped. In the remote's TV
mode, this button changes the Input Source (Input 1, Input
2...) on your TV. In the remote's VCR mode, this button
changes the Input Source (TV / VCR) on your VCR.
You can program this button so that in the remote's cable
mode, [TV / VCR INPUT] will operate the Input source on your
TV, or the TV / VCR function on your VCR, eliminating the
need to change modes on the remote.
c.
To program [TV / VCR INPUT] to operate your TV Input
function in the remote’s cable mode...
d. [▼] - to “go back” through the codes using the
“Ch ▼“ function on your devices.
[▲] - to “go forward” through the codes using
the “Ch ▲” function on your devices.
Note: When you find the correct code, the channel of
the device being programmed will increase or
decrease.
1. Press [TV / VCR INPUT], then [SELECT] together
until the [CABLE] power / mode button illuminates.
2. Press [TV]. The [CABLE] button will blink and go out.
Note: You can also press [VCR] in step 2 above to operate
the TV / VCR function on your VCR. Or press [CABLE] to
return to the normal Cable function on set-top terminals so
equipped.
e. [►] - to “go forward” through the codes using the
“Fast Forward” function on your devices.
f.
Note: When you find the correct code, the fastforward or rewind function of the device being
programmed will be performed. To simplify
programming using these buttons, insert a VHS tape
or DVD in the device being programmed.
14. Additional Programming Information,............................
Troubleshooting, Terms................................................n
Additional Programming Information
1. The power / mode buttons will illuminate in slow-rotation
(i.e. CABLE Æ TV Æ VCR Æ DVD Æ AUDIO Æ
CABLE…) while the remote is in a programming mode. In
the absence of a keypress entry, the power / mode buttons
will stop illuminating after 45-seconds and the remote will
exit the programming mode.
2. When programming the remote control using the [CH▲] or
[CH ▼] buttons (Power function) in the Point and Press®
Programming method, you may find a code that turns a
device off but not back on. If this happens…
a. The correct code has not been found as you may have
a code that operates some but not all of the functions
of your device. Continue pressing [CH▲] until your
device turns on.
You can also program your remote using the other
available functions as follows:
a. Press [SELECT] then [MUTE] together until the
power / mode buttons illuminate in slow-rotation (i.e.
CABLE Æ TV Æ VCR ÆDVD Æ AUDIO Æ
CABLE…).
b. In this order, carefully press [0], [0], [0], [CH▲] and
[VOL ▲]. The power / mode buttons illuminate in
slow-rotation (i.e. CABLE Æ TV Æ VCR Æ DVD Æ
AUDIO Æ CABLE…).
c.
OR
b. You may have gone past the correct matching code.
Try pressing [CH▼] one press at a time until you find
a code that turns your device back on.
3. When using the Point and Press® Programming method,
you can also program your remote using buttons other
than the [CH▲] or [CH ▼] as described in Section 5 as
follows:
a. [VOL▲] – to “go forward” through the codes using the
“VOL▲” function on your devices.
b. [VOL▼] – to “go back” through the codes using the
“VOL▼“ function on your devices.
Note: When you find the correct code, the volume of
the device being programmed will increase or
decrease.
[▲] - to “go back” through the codes using the
“Rewind” function on your devices.
You can now program your remote using the
[CH ▲/▼], [Vol ▲/▼],[FFWD], [REW], [PLAY],
[STOP], [REC], [PAUSE], [LAST], [FAV], [0] - [9]
buttons. When you find the correct code, the function
associated with the selected button will be performed.
4. Your remote is equipped with 2 programming labels on the
back of its case.
a. Point and Press® Programming - This will help you
quickly program the remote without using codes.
Mode-Lock™ - Your model RT-U50 comes “locked” in
its cable-operating mode. To operate more functions
on your TV, VCR, DVD and AUDIO devices, you can
unlock your remote using the simple instructions on
the back of your remote or refer to Section 10.
Troubleshooting / Tips
b.
1. If the same button is pressed and held for 45-seconds,
your remote control will turn itself off automatically. This
extends the battery life should the remote become lodged
under or between heavy objects, for example sofa
cushions.
2. If you have a TV that’s operated by remote control, it is
recommended that you plug it directly into a wall outlet
instead of the cable set-top terminal.
3. If you have any questions concerning the brand, model or
operation of your cable set-top terminal, contact your cable
operator.
4. If the [DEVICE] button is not operating, the remote is in its
locked mode. To set the remote to its unlocked mode, see
Section 10.
sequence (i.e. CABLE Æ TV Æ VCR --> DVD --> AUDIO Æ
CABLE…) repeated every 1 second. Slow-rotation illumination
occurs when the remote is in the programming mode, waiting
for the next entry on the keypad of the remote.
TV Output Channel - The channel your TV needs to be set on
for proper Cable reception (most often TV channel 3, but may
be TV channel 2 or 4). If you have any questions concerning
your TV output channel, contact your cable operator. Or, with
your cable set-top terminal turned on, try setting your TV to
channel 2, 3 or 4 to obtain a clear picture.
Transport Functions - These are the [Stop], [Play], [Fwd],
[Rew], [Pause] and [REC] buttons. In the remote control's
Cable mode, these buttons operate your Cable set-top
features. However, by using the VCR / VOD / DVD toggle
button, they can be set to operate the same functions on your
VCR or DVD player.
Video Devices - VCR or DVD players.
Rev. 09/2003
© 2003, CONTEC CORPORATION
CheckMate® and Point and Press® are registered trademarks
of Contec Corporation
Explorer® is a registered trademark of Scientific-Atlanta, Inc.
Frequently Used Terms
Audio Devices - Audio receivers, amplifiers, CD players that
you can program your remote to operate.
Default Setting – How your remote is set when you receive it
from your cable operator.
Voyager™ is a trademark of Pioneer New Media
Technologies, Inc.
U.S. Patent # 6,507,306
Electronic Components / Devices - The various electronic
devices the remote is designed to operate. These include
cable set-top terminals, TVs, VCRs, DVDs, receivers,
amplifiers and CD players.
Fast-Rotation - The power / mode buttons will illuminate in a
fast sequence (i.e. CABLE Æ TV Æ VCR --> DVD Æ AUDIO
Æ CABLE…) repeated every 1/3 second. Fast-rotation occurs
when the remote is receiving keypresses to program it to your
electronic devices.
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Mode - The device the remote is set to operate (ex. Cable, TV,
VCR, DVD, AUDIO). See Section 10 for locking and
unlocking the mode of the remote control.
Program (Setup) – The process of teaching your remote
control to operate your electronic devices.
Slow-Rotation - The power / mode buttons illuminate in a slow
DEVICE
In "unlocked" mode setting illuminates
device being operated. Press [DEVICE],
then CABLE, TV, VCR, DVD, AUDIO to
change device being operated
On / off for each device
Increase / decrease channel
Context-sensitive help
Display program information
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Selects highlighted item
Launches Interactive applications
Return to main EPG screen
Enter channels, PIN #’s
Toggles "transport" buttons
between CBL / VCR / DVD
functions
CBL, VCR, DVD
“transport” functions
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