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RCA RCU403 User's Manual
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U N I V E R S A L
Remote
universal
Compatible with
today’s most
popular brands.
Multi-Brand Use
Consolidates
up to 3
remotes
remote
Dedicated
MENU key
for DVD
navigation
See back
for most
popular brands.
RCU403
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Table of Contents
Product Diagram . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .2
Introduction . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .3
Battery Installation and Information . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .3
Key Descriptions . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .3
Program for TV—Direct Entry Method . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .5
Program for DVD or VCR—Direct Entry Method . . . . . . . .6
Program for Satellite or Cable Box—Direct Entry Method . . .7
Code Search Methods . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .8
Manual Code Search . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .8
Automatic Code Search . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .8
Code Retrieval . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .9
Sleep Feature . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .10
On-screen Menus . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .10
Accessing a Menu System . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .11
Highlighting and Selecting Menu Items . . . . . . . . . . . .11
Exiting a Menu System . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .11
Troubleshooting . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .12
Limited 90-Day Warranty . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .14
Indicator light
CODE
OFF•ON SEARCH SLEEP MENU
DBS•
CABLE
Component keys.
(TV, VCR•DVD,
DBS•CABLE)
VOL
VCR•
DVD
PREV CH
MUTE
TV
Dedicated MENU
key for DVD
disc menus, some
TVs and satellite
receivers.
CHAN
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
0
ANTENNA
CHAN and VOL
ENTER
REW
PLAY
FF
REC
PAUSE
STOP
+
Actual model may vary from picture shown
2
keys have dual
functions. They act
as navigation keys
(up, down, left,
and right) in
menu systems.
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3 Component
Universal Remote
Congratulations on your purchase of the 3 component
universal remote. This universal remote controls up to three
electronic components and makes juggling remote controls a
thing of the past. You can program this RCA brand universal
remote to operate most models of most brands of infrared,
remote-controlled components manufactured after 1990. (See
the enclosed Code List for a complete list of brands.) The 3
component universal remote is easy to use, easy to program
and gives you control at the touch of your fingertips.
Note: The 3 component universal remote is already
programmed to operate most RCA, GE and PROSCAN
branded TVs, VCRs, DVD players and satellite receivers (DBS).
Just press the corresponding component key—VCR•DVD for
a VCR or DVD player; TV for a television; DBS•CABLE for a
satellite receiver or a cable box.
Battery Installation
and Information
Your universal remote requires two AAA Alkaline batteries
(batteries may or may not be included, depending on model).
To install the batteries:
1. Remove the battery compartment cover.
2. Insert the batteries, matching the
batteries to the (+) and (–) marks
inside the battery compartment.
3. Press and push the battery cover
back into place.
Note: Reprogramming may be
required after batteries are replaced.
Key Descriptions
CODE
OFF•ON SEARCH SLEEP MENU
DBS•
CABLE
VOL
VCR•
DVD
PREV CH
MUTE
TV
CHAN
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
ENTER
ANTENNA
0
REW
PLAY
FF
REC
PAUSE
STOP
+
Indicator Light–flashes when a valid key
is pressed to indicate the remote is working.
Status of this light is important when you
are programming the remote.
Component keys (DBS•CABLE, VCR•DVD,
TV): selects the component you want the
remote to operate.
For example, after you’ve programmed the
remote to operate your TV, you must press
the TV key first to put the remote in TV
Mode. While in TV Mode, the CHAN keys
change the channel on the TV, the VOL keys
adjust the TV’s volume, etc.
Transport keys–REW (Rewind), PLAY, FF
(Fast Forward), PAUSE, STOP: operate
the same as your original VCR or DVD
remote control, although key labels may
vary (REVERSE, FORWARD).
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Other Keys (listed alphabetically)
0-9 (Number Keys): operate the same as number keys on your
original remote and are used to enter component codes when
programming the remote control with Direct Entry method.
ANTENNA: in TV mode, switches between the signal coming
from a satellite receiver or cable box and an off-air antenna.
In VCR mode, switches between the signal coming from a
VCR and a TV.
CHAN (Channel) UP AND DOWN: goes to the next highest
or lowest channel number in the component channel list,
respectively, except for DVDs. In DVDs the CHAN UP/DOWN
goes to the NEXT/PREVIOUS chapter. Additionally, when
you’re using the remote with On-screen Menus, the CHAN
keys act as UP ARROW and DOWN ARROW keys (moving
the cursor or highlight up or down).
CODE SEARCH: use to program the remote.
ENTER: use with Manual or Automatic Code Search method
to accept code (See Code Search on page 8). Also, some
brands require you to press the ENTER key after you enter
a channel number. In some menu systems, you must press
ENTER to select a highlighted item.
MENU: accesses DVD disc menus when VCR•DVD key
is programmed to operate a DVD player. Accesses menu
systems of some TVs, a few RCA brand VCRs and satellite
receivers. (For more information, refer to Using On-screen
Menus section on page 10).
MUTE: lowers the TV’s volume to its minimum level.
ON•OFF: turns component on and off.
Note: Some RCA, GE and PROSCAN models require that
you press the component key to turn ON the component
and the ON•OFF key to turn OFF the component.
PREV CH (Previous Channel): switches back to previous
channel—operates the same as LAST CHANNEL, GO BACK
or RECALL key found on some brands of remote controls.
REC (Record): used with VCR to record programming.
You must press the REC key twice to start recording.
VOL (Volume) UP and DOWN: increases or decreases the
TV’s volume level. Additionally, when you’re using the remote
with On-screen Menus, the VOL keys act as RIGHT or LEFT
ARROW keys (moving the highlight or cursor right or left).
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Program for TV—
Direct Entry Method
In order for the 3 component universal remote to control
your TV, you must program it with the TV code that matches
your TV. These instructions explain the preferred method of
programming the remote—the Direct Entry method.
1. Manually turn on the TV.
2. Locate the enclosed TV Code List.
Find your brand of TV.
Note: If your brand isn’t listed, use
CODE INDICATOR
LIGHT
SEARCH
TV
(BLINK)
one of the Code Search methods to
program this remote control (See
Code Search on page 8).
3. Press and hold the CODE SEARCH
key until the indicator light
illuminates. Then release the
CODE SEARCH key.
4. Press and release the TV key. The
indicator light blinks and then remains lit.
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
0
5. Use the number keys to enter
the first code listed for your brand.
After you enter a valid three-digit
code, the indicator light turns off.
Note: If you enter an invalid code,
the LED will flash rapidly for 2
seconds. Start over at step 3.
(OFF)
ON•OFF
6. Aim the remote at your TV and press
the ON•OFF key. If your TV turns
off, you have found the correct code.
7. Enter the code in the box provided
on this page for future reference.
TV CODE
8. If your TV doesn’t turn off, repeat
steps 3-6 above, entering the next
code for your brand.
If none of the codes work or your
brand is not listed, use one of the
Code Search methods to program this
remote (See Code Search on page 8).
For a description of each key on the
remote control, refer to the Key
Descriptions section on page 3-4.
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Program for DVD or VCR—
Direct Entry Method
In order for the 3 component universal remote to control your
DVD or VCR, you must program it with the code that matches
your component. The VCR•DVD key can be programmed
to operate either a DVD or a VCR player. These instructions
explain the preferred method of programming the remote—
the Direct Entry method.
1. Manually turn on
the VCR or DVD player.
2. Locate the enclosed VCR or
DVD Code List. Find your brand
in the VCR Codes or DVD Codes
section, respectively.
CODE INDICATOR
SEARCH
LIGHT
Note: If your brand isn’t listed, use one
of the Code Search methods to program
this remote control (See Code Search
on page 8).
VCR•
(BLINK)
DVD
3. Press and hold the CODE SEARCH
key until the indicator light illuminates.
Then release the CODE SEARCH key.
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
0
4. Press and release the VCR•DVD key.
The indicator light blinks and then
remains lit.
5. Use the number keys on the remote to
enter the first code listed for your brand.
After you enter a valid three-digit
code, the indicator light turns off.
Note: If you enter an invalid code,
(OFF)
ON•OFF
VCR OR DVD CODE
the LED will flash rapidly for 2
seconds. Start over at step 3.
6. Aim the remote at the component
(VCR or DVD player). Press the
ON•OFF key. If your VCR or DVD
player turns off, you have found the
correct code.
7. Enter the code in the box provided
on this page for future reference.
8. If your VCR or DVD player doesn’t
turn off, repeat steps 3-6 above,
entering the next code for your brand.
If none of the codes work or your
brand is not listed, use one of the
Code Search methods to program this
remote (See Code Search on page 8).
For a description of each key on
the remote control, refer to the Key
Descriptions section on page 3-4.
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Program for Satellite or Cable Box—
Direct Entry Method
In order for the 3 component universal remote to control
your satellite or cable box, you must program it with the code
that matches your component. The DBS•CABLE key can be
programmed to operate either a satellite receiver or a cable
box. These instructions explain the preferred method of
programming the remote—the Direct Entry method.
1. Manually turn on the
satellite receiver or cable box.
2. Locate the enclosed Satellite or Cable
Box Code List. Find your brand in the
Satellite Codes or Cable Box Codes
section, respectively.
Note: If your brand isn’t listed, use
CODE INDICATOR
SEARCH
LIGHT
one of the Code Search methods to
program this remote control (See Code
Search on page 8).
3. Press and hold the CODE SEARCH
key until the indicator light illuminates.
Then release the CODE SEARCH key.
(BLINK)
DBS•
CABLE
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
0
(OFF)
ON•OFF
4. Press and release the DBS•CABLE
key. The indicator light blinks and
then remains lit.
5. Use the number keys on the remote to
enter the first code listed for your brand.
After you enter a valid three-digit
code, the indicator light turns off.
Note: If you enter an invalid code, the
LED will flash rapidly for 2 seconds.
Start over at step 3.
6. Aim the remote at your satellite
receiver or cable box and press
the ON•OFF key. If your Satellite
receiver or cable box turns off, you
have found the correct code.
7. Enter the code in the box provided
on this page for future reference.
DBS (SATELLITE)
OR
CABLE BOX CODE
8. If your satellite receiver or cable box
doesn’t turn off, repeat steps 3-6 above,
entering the next code for your brand.
If none of the codes work or your
brand is not listed, use one of the
Code Search methods to program
this remote (See Code Search on page 8).
For a description of each key on the
remote control, refer to the Key
Descriptions section page 3-4.
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Code Search Methods
If your component’s brand isn’t listed in the Code List or
you have tried all of the codes for your brand and the remote
does not operate your component, use one of the Code Search
methods below—Manual Code Search or Auto Code Search.
Both Code Search methods search all of the codes because
your component’s code may be listed under another brand
in the code list.
Note: The Code Search method may take a long time because
the remote searches all of the codes in its memory for the
code which operates your component. Therefore, if your
brand is listed in the Code List, use the Direct Entry method
described on pages 5-7.
Manual Code Search
CODE INDICATOR
SEARCH
LIGHT
1. Turn on the component you
want the remote to operate.
2. Press and hold the CODE SEARCH
key until the indicator light
illuminates. Then release the
CODE SEARCH key.
DBS• VCR•
CABLE DVD
CABLE
DVD
TV
TV
(BLINK)
3. Press and release the component key
that corresponds to the component
you want the remote to operate
(TV, VCR•DVD or DBS•CABLE).
The indicator light blinks once
and then remains lit.
4. Aim the remote at the component and
press the ON•OFF key continuously
until the component turns off.
ON•OFF
Important: Because there are so many
codes, you may have to press the
ON•OFF key many times—possibly
up to 200 times.
5. When the component turns off, press
the ENTER key to store the code.
ENTER
6. Use Code Retrieval on the next
page to identify the code for your
component for future reference.
Auto Code Search
1. Turn on the component you
want the remote to operate.
CODE INDICATOR
SEARCH
LIGHT
DBS• VCR•
CABLE DVD
8
TV
2. Press and hold the CODE SEARCH
key until the indicator light
illuminates. Then release the
CODE SEARCH key.
3. Press and release the component key
that corresponds to the component
you want the remote to operate
(TV, VCR•DVD or DBS•CABLE).
The indicator light blinks once
and then remains lit.
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4. Aim the remote at the component
and press the ON•OFF key once.
The remote automatically sends every
code for the specified component
one at a time, with a 3 second delay
between each code. Keep the remote
aimed at the component throughout
the process.
(BLINK)
ON•OFF
5. As soon as the component turns off,
you must press the ENTER key
immediately so the remote stores the
correct code. If you don’t press ENTER
within 3 seconds, the remote will send
the next code in the list, and you will
have to start over from step 2.
ENTER
6. Use Code Retrieval to identify the code
for your component for future reference.
Code Retrieval
If you used one of the Code Search methods to program
your remote, follow the steps below to find out which code
is compatible with your component. Finding the actual code
and writing it down will save you time if you ever need to
program the remote again (e.g., if programming is lost when
you change the batteries).
CODE INDICATOR
LIGHT
SEARCH
DBS• VCR•
CABLE DVD
TV
(BLINK)
1. Press and hold the CODE SEARCH
key until the indicator light illuminates.
Then release the CODE SEARCH key.
2. Press and release the component
key that matches the component’s
code you are retrieving (TV, VCR•DVD,
or DBS•CABLE). The indicator light
blinks once and then remains lit.
3. Press and release the CODE SEARCH
key. The indicator light turns off.
4. Starting with 0 on the keypad, press
the number keys in order (0-9) until
the indicator light blinks.
CODE
SEARCH
(OFF)
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
0
(BLINK)
5. The number that causes the indicator
light to blink is the first digit of
your code.
6. Repeat step 4 until you have retrieved
all three numbers of the code.
7. Refer to the code box to write down
the code for your component within
the Direct Entry Section (pages 5-7)
for the component just programmed.
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Sleep Feature (Select Models Only)
This feature will automatically turn off your
TV at a duration you choose from 1 to 99 minutes.
PROGRAMMING SLEEP FEATURE
INDICATOR
LIGHT
SLEEP
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
1. Press and hold the SLEEP key until
the indicator light illuminates. Release
the SLEEP key.
2. Enter time in minutes using the
numerical key pad. The indicator
light should turn off. (Minute 1 thru
9: press 0 before the actual number.
Maximum: 99 minutes).
0
3. Leave remote aimed at television.
(Sleep Feature will not work unless
remote is left aimed at television.)
CANCELING THE SLEEP TIMER
SLEEP
(BLINK)
OR
ON•OFF
The Sleep Timer program will be
canceled and reset to zero by either
of the following.
1. Press and hold the SLEEP key
until the indicator light blinks.
2. Press the ON•OFF key,
turning TV off.
Using On-screen Menus
This remote cannot access every menu system of all models
and brands of consumer electronics components. However,
if you’ve successfully programmed the VCR•DVD key to
operate a DVD player, you can access DVD disc menus
with the MENU key.
The MENU key will also access TV menu systems for
most RCA, GE and PROSCAN TV's, as well as some other
popular brands. Also, some RCA VCR menus are supported
by this remote’s menu key. This remote also supports select
satellite receiver menus.
If this remote’s MENU key doesn’t access the menu system
for your component, you’ll need to use the original remote
to change menu settings.
Note: This remote’s MENU key doesn’t support cable box
menu systems and some VCR menu systems.
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Accessing a Menu System
DBS• VCR•
CABLE DVD
TV
1. Make sure your components
are turned on and your TV
is set to the component's input.
2. Press the component key on
the remote (TV, VCR•DVD
or DBS•CABLE).
(BLINK)
MENU
3. Press the MENU key. The indicator
light blinks continuously to indicate
the remote is in Menu Mode and the
component’s menu should appear
on the TV screen.
Highlighting and Selecting Menu Items
To navigate On-screen Menus, use the VOL UP/DOWN
and/or CHAN UP/DOWN keys.
VOL UP/DOWN keys move the cursor (or the highlight)
right/left. CHAN UP/DOWN keys move the cursor (or the
highlight) up/down.
For RCA, GE or PROSCAN products, press the MENU or
ENTER key to select the highlighted item. If menu items have
numbers next to them, you can use the number keys to select
an item. Additionally, the ENTER key can be used to select
menu choices.
For Sony products, pressing the ENTER key while
in Menu Mode returns you to the previous menu.
This is an example of a DVD disc On-screen Menu.
English is the menu choice highlighted. Using this
remote control, you would press the ENTER key
to select English.
To highlight another language, you would press the
CHAN DOWN key (In the example above, the highlight
would move to Español).
Notes:
All functions in competitive models and brands
of products may not be fully supported.
The remote will automatically time out in Menu
Mode and the indicator light will stop blinking after
approximately 10 seconds of inactivity (no keys being
pressed). For DVD menus, the Menu Mode will time
out after approximately 15 seconds.
Because of the wide variety of menu formats,
some experimenting may be required.
Exiting a Menu System
To exit Menu Mode, press the corresponding component
key on the remote (TV, VCR•DVD or DBS•CABLE).
The indicator light goes out and the remote reverts to its
normal mode of operation.
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Troubleshooting
Problem: The remote can’t be programmed to operate
your component.
• You may be too far away from the component or at a
wrong angle. This remote uses IR (infrared) technology
to communicate with components. The remote sends
the code and the component’s IR sensor reads the code.
Therefore, there must be an unobstructed path between the
remote and the IR sensor on the component. Move closer and
make sure you point the remote at the component (VCR or
DVD player when programming the VCR•DVD key; TV
when programming the TV key; cable box or satellite receiver
when you’re programming the DBS•CABLE key).
• If you’ve entered all of the codes for your brand that
are in the accompanying Code List and followed the
instructions, try one of the Code Search methods
(See Code Search on page 8)
• You must put the remote in the correct mode by pressing
the corresponding component key (TV, VCR•DVD,
DBS•CABLE) so the remote knows which component
you want to operate.
• To program the 3 component universal remote to operate
a combination unit (TV/VCR or TV/DVD), first try the
VCR or DVD codes for your brand. Some units, however,
require that you program both the TV (using the TV
codes) and the VCR or DVD (using the VCR or DVD
codes) for full operation.
Problem: The indicator light does not light when you press a key.
• You must put the remote in the correct mode by pressing
the corresponding component key (TV, VCR•DVD,
DBS•CABLE) so the remote knows which component
you want to operate.
• You may have pressed an invalid key for the mode the
remote is in (for example, REC only works in VCR Mode).
• Make sure the batteries are properly installed.
• Replace the batteries with two new AAA batteries.
Reprogramming may be required.
Problem: The remote does not operate your component.
• You must put the remote in the correct mode by pressing
the corresponding component key (TV, VCR•DVD,
DBS•CABLE) so the remote knows which component
you want to operate.
• Remove any obstacles between the remote and the
component. Make sure to aim the remote at the
IR sensor on the component.
• Make sure the batteries are properly installed
(See Battery Installation on page 3).
• Replace the batteries with two new AAA batteries.
Reprogramming may be required.
• Reset the remote. Remove the batteries, then press and
hold the number 1 key on the remote for several seconds
to reset the microprocessor inside the remote. Release
the number 1 key, reinstall the batteries, and try the
remote again. Reprogramming will be required.
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Problem: The remote is not performing commands properly.
• You must put the remote in the correct mode by pressing
the corresponding component key (TV, VCR•DVD,
DBS•CABLE) so the remote knows which component
you want to operate.
• Make sure component is “ready” (e.g., DVD player has
disc loaded; VCR has tape loaded, etc.)
• You may have pressed an invalid key for the mode the
remote is in (for example, REC only works in VCR mode).
• If you’re trying to turn on an RCA, GE or PROSCAN
component, press the component key (TV, VCR•DVD,
DBS•CABLE) instead of the ON•OFF key.
• If operating a VCR to record, you must press the REC key
two times.
• If you’re trying to change channels, try pressing the
ENTER key after entering the channel number as
this is a requirement of certain models and brands.
• There is a possibility that a programmed code may only be
able to control some of your component features (e.g., only
turns a component on and off). Follow the steps provided
for programming the remote (See Programming Sections
on pages 5-7). If the component can be turned on and off,
make sure you press the CHAN UP/DOWN key to see if the
component responds. If not, try the next code from the list.
Problem: The VCR won’t record.
• As a safety feature, you must press the REC key twice
to begin recording.
• Make sure the tape is properly loaded in the VCR.
• Make sure the tape is not write-protected. If the safety tab
is removed the tape is write-protected and you cannot
record onto that tape.
Problem: The remote will not change channels.
• You must put the remote in the correct mode by pressing
the corresponding component key (TV, VCR•DVD,
DBS•CABLE) so the remote knows which component
you want to operate.
• Press the ENTER key after you enter a channel number.
Problem: The component’s menu doesn’t appear on
the TV screen.
• The TV must be tuned to the Video Input that matches the
manner in which you connected the component to the TV.
For example, if you connected your DVD player to your
TV by connecting audio/video cables (usually colorcoded yellow, red, and white) to the TV’s Input 1 jack,
you must tune the TV to its Video Input 1 channel.
Remember, different manufacturers label these jacks
differently. Consult the instruction manual that came
with the TV for more information.
• You must put the remote in the correct mode by pressing
the corresponding component key (TV, VCR•DVD,
DBS•CABLE) so the remote knows which component
you want to operate.
• Menu access isn’t supported for all brands. If that’s
the case, you’ll need to use your original remote control
to access menu functions for these components.
If you have further questions, please visit www.rca.com.
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Limited 90-Day Warranty
THOMSON INC. warrants that for 90 days from date of
purchase, it will replace this product if found to be defective
in materials or workmanship. Return it postage prepaid to
the Product Exchange Center address for prompt, no-charge
replacement with a current equivalent. This replacement
is THOMSON INC.’s sole obligation under this warranty.
THOMSON INC. will not be responsible for any incidental
or consequential damages or for any loss arising in connection
with the use or in ability to use this product. Some states
do not allow the exclusion or limitation of incidental or
consequential damages, so the above limitation or exclusion
may not apply to you. This warranty excludes defects or
damage due to misuse, abuse or neglect. This warranty gives
you specific legal rights, and you may also have other rights,
which vary from state to state.
Product Exchange Center
11721 Alameda Ave.
Socorro, TX 79927
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Consolidate three
remote controls
into one!
Operates up to three components, including:
• TV
• DVD or VCR
• Cable box
Dedicated MENU key
Operates menu system of major TV brands
(most RCA, GE, PROSCAN) and some other popular brands.
Operates DVD disc menus!
Compatible with today’s
most popular brands!
Your RCA universal remote control is compatible with most brands of infrared
remote-controlled components manufactured after 1990. Some well-known
brands are shown below. The complete list of brands is found on the Code
List inside this package. The remote already operates most RCA, GE and
PROSCAN products without any programming!
TV
DVD
VCR
Cable
Apex
Audiovox
Broksonic
Citizen
Curtis Mathes
Daewoo
Emerson
GE
Hisense
Hitachi
JC Penney
JVC
Kenwood
LG (Goldstar)
LXI
Magnavox
Mitsubishi
Montgomery
Ward
NEC
Orion
Panasonic
Philco
Philips
Pioneer
Prima
PROSCAN
Quasar
RadioShack/
Realistic
RCA
Samsung
Sanyo
Sears
Sharp
Sony
Sylvania
Tandy
Teknika
Toshiba
Victor
Wards
Yamaha
Zenith
Aiwa
Apex
Broksonic
Daewoo
Emerson
Funai
Go-Video
Hitachi
JVC
Kenwood
Konka
Magnavox
Memorex
Mintek
Mitsubishi
NAD
Onkyo
Orition
Panasonic
Philips
Pioneer
PROSCAN
Qwestar
RCA
Samsung
Sansui
Sanyo
Sharp
Sony
Sylvania
Toshiba
Zenith
Canon
Curtis Mathes
Daewoo
Emerson
GE
Go-Video
Hitachi
JC Penney
JVC
Kenwood
LG (Goldstar)
LXI
Magnavox
Matsushita
Mitsubishi
Montgomery
Ward
NEC
Panasonic
Philco
Philips
Pioneer
PROSCAN
Quasar
RadioShack/
Realistic
RCA
Samsung
Sanyo
Sears
Sharp
Sony
Sylvania
Tandy
Teknika
Toshiba
Victor
Wards
Yamaha
Zenith
ABC
Archer
Cableview
Citizen
Garrard
GC Electronics
GE
General
Instruments
Jerrold
Motorola
Philips
Pioneer
RCA
Scientific
Atlanta
United Cable
Universal
View Star
Zenith
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Requires 2 AAA batteries
(sold separately).
©2003 THOMSON INC.
10330 N. Meridian Street
Indianapolis, IN 46290
Made in Indonesia
RCU403 US IB Rev C
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