2nd Ave. EasyControl4 Owner's Manual

2nd Ave. EasyControl4 Owner's Manual
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EASYCONTROL4
OWNER’S MANUAL
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To prevent short circuits, this product should only be used inside and only in dry
spaces. Do not expose the components to rain or moisture. Do not use the product
close to a bath, swimming pool etc.
Do not expose the components of your systems to extremely high temperatures or
bright light sources.
Do not open the product: the device contains live parts. The product should only be
repaired or serviced by a qualified repairman
In case of improper usage or if you have opened, altered and repaired the product
yourself, all guarantees expire. Marmitek does not accept responsibility in the case of
improper usage of the product or when the product is used for purposes other than
specified. Marmitek does not accept responsibility for additional damage other than
covered by the legal product responsibility.
Batteries: keep batteries out of the reach of children. Dispose of batteries as chemical
waste. Never use old and new batteries or different types of batteries together.
Remove the batteries when you are not using the system for a longer period of time.
Check the polarity (+/-) of the batteries when inserting them in the product. Wrong
positioning can cause an explosion.
Contents
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Foreword _______________________________________________________________4
Inserting batteries_________________________________________________________4
Button functions__________________________________________________________4
Programming ____________________________________________________________6
Manually entering the code ________________________________________________6
Automatically search for common brands ____________________________________7
Automatically search for codes for all brands _________________________________8
Manually searching for codes ______________________________________________8
Identifying codes found____________________________________________________9
Setting the default volume of the satellite receiver ____________________________9
Troubleshooting __________________________________________________________9
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Safety warnings
1. Foreword
You can operate up to 4 devices with the EasyControl 4 remote control: TV, VCR (video
recorder), DVD, SAT
The remote control contains a large number of pre-programmed codes. These codes are
suitable for almost all currently available devices and must be programmed once before
use. There are various ways to do this:
a. By manually entering one of the codes for the relevant brand that can be
found in the accompanying code book (see figure 4.1).
b. By using Auto Search to find common brands (see figure 4.2).
c. By using Auto Search for all brands (see figure 4.3).
d. By manually checking all the codes (see figure 4.4).
2. Inserting batteries
(always use NEW AAA-alkaline batteries)
1. Open the battery compartment at the back of the remote control.
2. Insert 2 AAA-alkaline batteries. Ensure that the polarity is correct (+ and -) and
follow the instructions on the lid.
3. Carefully close the battery compartment.
3. Button functions
[1] (On/off)
Switches the last selected device off. Some appliances can also be switched on by pressing
this button.
[2] RED LED indicator
The indicator light flashes when the remote is operating or lights continuously while you
are programming the remote.
[3] TV, VCR, DVD, SAT
You can select which device you want to operate by using these mode buttons. There are
a limited number of functions available for audio.
[4] Mute
Switches the sound on or off. You can also turn the volume of your TV on or off whenever you are in VCR, DVD or SAT mode. This means that you do not have to switch over to
TV mode.
[5] PROG +/Selects the next or previous channel on your TV or satellite receiver. In DVD mode it
selects the next or previous track.
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[6] VOL +/Controls the volume. You can adjust the volume, also when you are in VCR, DVD or SAT
mode. You do not need to switch over to TV mode.
[7] INFO
Provides on-screen information for the device selected (if available).
[8] SETUP
This is where you program the remote control for use. This button gives access to some
of the secondary functions of certain audio/video equipment (Shift). Press the SETUP button and then the desired function button.
[9] Numeric keys 0-9
These work just like a normal remote control.
[10] AV
Selects an external audio or video source (via the A/V or Scart in).
[11] -/-This button allows you, on some devices, to choose channels that have a number higher
than 9 (two digits). If you are using the Setup mode and are automatically searching for
codes, you can use this button to enter the code for the device.
[12] MENU
Activates the menu.
[13] EXIT
Exits the menu.
[14] OK
Confirms the menu selection.
[15] Navigation buttons
Up, down, left, right, to be used to navigate through the menu (TV, DVD etc.).
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Teletext ON: Start/stop Teletext.
Teletext OFF: Stop teletext.
Teletext Hold: Hold the page in Teletext mode.
Teletext Mix (TVand SAT): Shows Teletext and the images of the selected channel.
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REW (rewind)
In VCR, DVD or SAT mode: Works just like the button on the original remote control.
In TV mode: Coloured button (red), operates Teletext – or other device functions.
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F.F. (fast forward)
In VCR, DVD or SAT mode: Works just like the button on the original remote control.
In TV mode: Coloured button (blue), operates Teletext – or other device functions.
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PLAY (play)
In VCR, DVD or SAT mode: Works just like the button on the original remote control.
In TV mode: Coloured button (yellow), operates Teletext – or other device functions.
[20] STOP
In VCR, DVD or SAT mode: Works just like the button on a normal remote control.
In TV mode: Coloured button (green), operates Teletext – or other device functions.
[21] REC (Record)
This button works just like the one on your original VCR remote control. To avoid recording something accidentally, you must press this button twice to record.
[22] PAUSE
In VCR, DVD or SAT mode: Works just like the button on the original remote control.
In TV mode: Coloured button (purple), operates Teletext – or other device functions.
4. Programming
In order to prepare your remote control to work with your equipment, you need to program it once. This is done by entering the code for the brand and type of device that you
want to operate with this remote control. You can assign a button to each device. For
example, if you have three video recorders, you can assign video recorder 1 to the VCR
button, assign video recorder 2 to the DVD button and video recorder 3 to the SAT button. Please note: The TV button can only be used for TV codes.
4.1 Manually entering the code:
Go to the appropriate list for the type of appliance (TV, video, etc) to want to program in
the code book.
Search the list for the relevant brand (e.g. Sony). You will find one or more 3-digit codes.
If there is more than one code, it depends on the type of device which code you need to
use.
Generally the codes will be listed in order of age of the device. Older appliances first,
newer appliances last. It is possible you may have to try various codes before you find the
correct code for your device:
1. Turn on the device (for example the TV).
2. Press SETUP (9) and keep this button pressed until one of the mode LEDs stays
lit. Release the SETUP button.
3. Press the Mode button (2) for the device that you want to operate (for example
TV) and release this button.
4. Enter the 3-digit code from the code book via the numeric keys (9). The LED
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If your device (TV, satellite, etc.) does not respond, you can try another code for your
brand. If the device does not react to any of the codes, then try the method in paragraph
4.4, Manually searching for codes.
4.2 Automatically search for common brands
If your brand is listed here, you can search by brand (this is quicker than searching
manually or automatically)
Brand
Philips/Radiola/Aristona/Erres
Sony/Panasonic/JVC/Sharp Akai/Toshiba/Daewoo
Thomson/Brandt
Telefunken/Saba/Nordmende
Grundig/Blaupunkt
Nokia/ ITT
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1. Turn the device you want to operate on.
2. Press SETUP (9) and keep this button pressed until one of the mode LEDs stays
lit. Release the SETUP button.
3. Press the Mode button (2) for the device you want to operate. The LED will
flash once.
4. Enter the code matching your brand, point the EasyControl 4 remote control at
the device and press Prog+ (6) once. Keep the remote control pointed at the
device until it changes channel. (The remote control transmits one infrared
signal per second. Wait until the device reacts.) When the device reacts, press
-/-- (12) to confirm the code. If you accidentally miss the code, you can stop the
search by pressing Prog- (6) and go back to the correct code by repeatedly
pressing this button. Press -/-- (12) to confirm the code.
Note: If certain functions of your device do not work, try the next code for your brand.
The search function will begin after the last confirmed code. If that was 030, the search
function will begin at 031 and will continue until the last possible code.
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will extinguish after the last digit has been entered. The LED will flash for 3
seconds if you have entered the wrong code. The LED will extinguish. Repeat
the procedure from step 2.
5. Point the remote control at the TV and press the On/Off button (1). The device
will switch off. Check the other functions (e.g. with a video check Fast Forward,
Rewind etc.) If certain functions do not work, the wrong code was entered.
Repeat the previous steps and enter the next code from the list.
6. Repeat the procedure from step 1 for any other device that you wish to
program (video, DVD player, satellite, etc).
4.3 Automatically search for all brands
When you are looking for an unknown code, you can automatically search through all the
codes (AutoSearch).
Note: Because you can assign every device (DVD, satellite) to the VCR, DVD - buttons,
you first have to enter a 3-digit code for the type of device that you want to operate (see
the code book). For example: If you want to program a satellite on the DVD button, you
first have to enter a RANDOM satellite code from the code book and follow the following
steps:
1. Turn the device you want to operate on.
2. Press SETUP (9) and keep this button pressed until one of the mode LEDs stays
lit. Release the SETUP button.
3. Press the Mode button (2) of the device you want to operate. The LED will
flash once.
4. Press Prog+ (6) once. After a few seconds the remote control will begin to
search for the code (quick search, 1 code per second) When the device reacts,
press Prog+ (6) to slow down the search (1 code per 3 seconds). You can go
back with Prog- (6) (or forward with Prog+ (6)) if you went too far. When the
appliance reacts, press -/-- (12) to confirm the code.
Note: If certain functions on your appliance do npt work, try the next code for your
brand. The search function will begin after the last confirmed code. If that was 030, the
search function will begin at 031, and will continue until the last possible code.
4.4 Manually searching for codes
Note: Because you can assign every device (DVD, satellite) to the VCR, DVD, AUDIO, SAT
buttons, you first have to enter a 3-digit code for the type of device you want to operate
(see the code book). For example: If you want to program a satellite on the DVD button,
you first have to enter a RANDOM satellite code from the code book and follow the following steps:
1. Turn the device you want to operate on.
2. Press SETUP (9) and keep this button pressed until one of the mode LEDs stays
lit. Release the SETUP button.
3. Press the Mode button (2) of the device you want to operate and then release
it.
4. Press the Prog+ (6) until it changes channel. If you went past the correct code,
use Prog- (6) to go back to the correct code.
5. Press -/-- (12) when the device reacts to confirm the code.
Note: If your appliance does not have Prog+ button, you can use the PLAY (video or DVD)
(20) or On/Off button (1).
Note: If certain functions on your device do not work, you have to try the next code for
your brand. The search function will begin after the last confirmed code. If that was 030,
the search function will begin at 031, and will continue until the last possible code.
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If the batteries are taken out of the remote for a longer period, the programmed codes
can be erased from the memory. Therefore it is wise to write down the codes, so you will
be able to reprogram the remote control quickly If you don’t know the code (for example
because you found the code by autosearch) you can identify it as described below:
1. Press and hold SETUP (8) until the LED indicator (2) lights steadily. Release SETUP.
2. Press the mode key (3) for the equipment you want to identify (VCR, CBL, DVD,
ASAT, SAT). The LED blinks once.
3. Press again SETUP. The LED blinks once.
4. To identify the first digit press each number button from 0 - 9 (9) until the LED blinks.
The number you pressed is the first digit of the code.
5. Press each number key from 0 - 9 as above to find the second digit.
6. Press each number key from 0 - 9 as above to find the third digit. When the third
digit has been found the LED will go off.
4.6 Setting the standard volume for the satellite
receiver
The volume for the SAT mode is controlled via the TV by default. Some satellite decoders
have their own volume control. You can program this function in such a way the volume
can be controlled directly via the satellite receiver.
1. Press the TV button (2) and release it. The remote control has to be set to TV mode
for this procedure.
2. Press SETUP (9) and keep this button pressed until one of the Mode LEDs stays lit.
3. Release SETUP (9).
4. Press ‘ Mute’ (5) and keep this button pressed, The LED will extinguish.
Keep the button pressed for about 8 seconds, until the LED starts flashing.
5. The volume can now be controlled via the satellite receiver.
Repeat this procedure if you want to return to normal volume control via the TV.
5. Troubleshooting
The remote control does not work or the codes are not stored.
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Check whether you have pressed the right Mode button for the device you want to
control.
If the code does not work, you can try AutoSearch or enter the next code for your
brand.
Check whether the batteries have been placed correctly.
To program the remote control you need two (new) AAA-alkaline batteries.
If the remote control has lost the code, you may have to replace the batteries.
If the LED stays lit, you need to replace the batteries.
Restore the remote control to its factory settings.
On www.marmitek.com you will find a list of FAQ’s.
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4.5 Identifying codes found
Returning the Easycontrol 4 to the original factory settings
• Keep the SETUP (9) button pressed until one of the Mode LEDs stays lit.
Release SETUP.
• Press STOP (21) twice and release the button.
• Press
Mute (5) and release the button.
• The LED will extinguish after a few seconds.
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