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One For All Kameleon URC-9964B00 User Manual: Adding The Ir Signal Extension Cord; Reception; Optimizing Ir/rf Base Station

8-device universal remote control with ir/rf base station.
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OFA Kameleon wRF UG rev 3.fm Page 25 Monday, September 13, 2004 11:18 AM
2.
Plug in the IR/RF Base Station's power
cord to the base station and to the wall
plug, as shown in the image to the right:
3.
Position the IR/RF Base Station so the black
IR Lens is aimed at your home theater
devices, as shown to the right:
4.
To test the IR/RF Base Station, take the OFA
Kameleon 8-Device Remote with RF into
another room in your home or up to 100
feet away in an open range. Select a device
key (e.g., TV) and press it once.Then press
POWER once. The device (e.g., TV) should
turn on.
If it does not turn on, review the steps 1 through 3 and make any
adjustments. Try step 4 again. If you continue to have a problem, perhaps
there is an IR line-of sight problem. Try adding the enclosed IR Signal
Extension Cord (see"Adding the IR Signal Extension Cord" on page 25). Also
review the tips in "Optimizing IR/RF Base Station Reception" on page 27.
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Included with the OFA Kameleon 8-Device Remote with RF package is an IR
Signal Extension Cord for use with a home theater device that is not in direct
line-of-sight of the IR/RF Base Station.
Using the IR/RF Base Station
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