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RUE-4135
Remote controller for
DVD navigation System
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Map type Navigation Control Mode
Remote Control Transmitter
Status indicator
Joystick/ENTER Button
MODE Button
MENU Button
Button
VOICE Button
Numerick Keypad
M. PT./OK Button
DEL. DEST. Button
Zoom (Wide) Button
AUDIO/NAV. Button
Zoom (Detail) Button
RETURN/ i Button
LO.PT. Button
POS. Button
ROUTE Button
TEL. Button
DEST./BS Button
Power ON/OFF Button
Arrow type Navigation Control
Mode
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Remote Control Transmitter
Status indicator
Joystick/ENTER Button
MODE Button
MENU Button
VOICE Button
Numerick Keypad
M. PT./OK Button
Installation of Remote Control Holder
• If direct sunlight reaches the remote control mounted on
the holder, remove the remote control from the holder and
put it in the glove compartment.
• If double-sided adhesive tape cannot install the holder
securely, use screws.
Remote Control Transmitter
Status indicator
Radio mode: Preset Selection (
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SEEK UP/DOWN (
CD/MD Player/Changer mode: PLAY/PAUSE (Push),
Disc Selection (
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Music Sensor (
Hold)
BW/FF (
Tape mode: PLAY/PAUSE (Push)
), REW/FF (
Programme Sensor (
MODE Button
SOURCE Button
BAND Button
(Display Angle Up) Button
Volume Up Button
AUDIO/NAV. Button
Volume Down Button
A.PROC. Button
MUTE Button
(Display Angle Down) Button
Power ON/OFF Button
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Remote
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Remote Control
Holder
Reinforcing Screws
Double-Sided
Adhesive Tape
(Before attaching
the tape, make
sure the mounting
locations are free
from dust or dirt)
Note: Attach the blue protective paper side of double-sided
tape onto the console box, etc.
Console Box etc.
Protective Paper
Handling Precautions
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AV Head Unit Control Mode
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Head Unit Control Mode
Owner's Manual
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DEL. DEST Button
AUDIO/NAV. Button
RETURN Button
LO.PT. Button
POS. Button
ROUTE Button
DEST./BS Button
Power ON/OFF Button
Remote Control Transmitter
Status indicator
Radio mode: Preset Selection (
)
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SEEK UP/DOWN (
CD/MD Player/Changer mode:PLAY/PAUSE or Audio Mode (Push)
Disc Selection (
),
),
Music Sensor (
BW/FF (
Hold)
Tape mode: PLAY/PAUSE (Push)
), REW/FF (
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Programme Sensor (
MODE Button
SOURCE Button
BAND Button
Numerick Keypad
(Display Angle Up) Button
V.SEL. Button
Volume Up Button
AUDIO/NAV. Button
Volume Down Button
A.PROC. Button
MUTE Button
FUNC. Button
OP./CL. (Display Open/Close) Button
(Display Angle Down) Button
Power ON/OFF Button
Notes:
• Depending on the unit, some operations cannot be performed.
For details, see the Owner’s Manual for the unit.
• After pressing the MODE button, press the following buttons
while the status indicator is blinking:
MAP type navigation: Numerick Keypad (0 to 9), BS button, OK button
Arrow type navigation: Numerick Keypad (0 to 9), BS button, OK button
Head Unit:
(Display Angle Up) Button,
(Display Angle Down) Button
AV Head Unit: OP./CL. Button, (Display Angle Up) Button,
(Display Angle Down) Button
Do not drop or apply shock to the unit. It may get permanently damaged.
Clean with a soft, lint-free cloth or cotton swab slightly
dampened with a mild solution of detergent and water.
Keep the unit away from water and moisture, direct sun and
heat, and excessive dust.
Do not operate this unit in a manner that could distract you
from driving safety.
Never use scouring pads, steel wool, abrasive powders or
harsh chemical agents, such as lye solution, for cleaning.
Battery Replacement
Applicable battery: Use two "AAA" sized dry batteries or equivalent.
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Opening the battery cover.
Push on the cover and slide it as
indicated by the arrows then the
cover will be removed.
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In Case of Difficulty
Problem
Cause
Remote Reverse placeControl ment of battery.
InopDead battery.
erative.
Remote Control
not pointed toward
the head unit.
Closing the cover.
Push the cover in the arrow direction
until a click is heard.
Replacing the batteries.
Remove the old batteries. Insert new ones
matching the (+) and (–) polarities as shown
in the diagram inside the remote control.
Specifications
Solution
Place the battery correctly into
its cradle in the compartment.
Replace the battery with a new
one.
Point the remote control
directly toward your head unit.
Battery Type ................................................... AAA size batteries
Battery Quantity ......................................................................... 2
Dimensions (W × H × D) ................................. 51 × 36 × 118 mm
(2 × 1-13/32" × 4-21/32")
Weight (without battery) ......................................... 60 gr (2.1 oz)
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