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Verifying Your TV, VCR and AUX Mode Codes
You can verify the accepted programming codes for each mode by following these
Press the TV, VCR, AUX key for at least three seconds or until the LED
Press the "INFO" key.
The LED will blink, indicating the code of your TV, VCR or auxiliary
component in the following sequence. For example, if your TV code is for a
Tandy brand TV (code 105) the blink pattern will be:
- Pause>long blink "1;"
- Pause>short blink "0;"
- Pause>long blink, long blink, long blink, long blink, long blink "5."
A zero in the code will always be represented by a short blink.
For the AUX mode only, after the code is verified the appropriate mode key
will blink to indicate the component being controlled.
If You Have More Than One Satellite Receiver
If you have more than one satellite receiver, you may want to prevent the remote
controls from affecting the other receivers. To prevent this kind of interference,
you must "pair" each remote control with one receiver. In order to do this, you will
have to assign a new "address" to each pair of remote controls and receivers so
that each pair functions independently of the others. If you have two or more
receivers, see Chapter 10 for information about the procedure for changing
Replacing the Remote Control Batteries
When the remote control batteries are worn out (discharged), the remote will stop
working. Replace the batteries as soon as possible to retain your programmed
codes. Once you remove the batteries from the compartment, you must replace
them within two hours to retain your programmable features. The remote control
for this unit may be powered by two AA batteries. Use only high quality, non-
corrosive batteries designed for use in electronic equipment. Remember to replace
both batteries at the same time. To replace the batteries:
- Remove the cover by pressing down the Back Panel indentation and
removing the panel off the remote control.
- Position each battery in the battery compartment so that the flat base (-)