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Remote Commander
Operating Instructions
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RM-V3E
Sony Corporation © 1998 Printed in Malaysia
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Enter code
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Aim at your component
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OK?
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Done
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English
Step 2: Checking if the Code
Installing the Batteries
Number Works
(ill. A)
1
Power on the TV using the TV's power
Slide open the battery compartment and insert
switch.
two size AA batteries (not supplied).
Be sure to line up the ] and } on the batteries
2
Aim the Remote Commander at the TV and
with the ] and } on the battery compartment.
press the POWER button.
When to replace the batteries
Under normal conditions, batteries will last up
to six months. If the Commander does not
operate properly, the batteries might be worn
The TV should power off.
out. Replace the batteries with new ones.
Notes
3
When the TV powers off, check that the
• Replace both batteries with new ones.
Commander is operating the other functions
• Do not take more than 20 minutes to replace the
of your TV, such as channel and volume
batteries; otherwise, your setting of the code
control.
numbers will be erased.
Notes on Batteries
• Do not mix old batteries with new ones or mix
different types of batteries together.
• If the electrolyte inside the battery should leak,
wipe the contaminated area of the battery
compartment with a cloth and replace the old
If the Commander Doesn't Seem
batteries with new ones. To prevent the
to Be Working...
electrolyte from leaking, remove the batteries
when you plan to not use the Commander for a
• First, try repeating these setup procedures
long period of time.
using the other codes listed for your TV.
• If – after trying all the codes listed for your TV
– you still cannot get the Commander to work
Setting the Code (ill. B)
properly, try the search method described
under "Searching for the Correct Code".
This Remote Commander is preset at the factory
• If you still cannot get the Commander to work
to operate Sony brand TVs (using code No.101).
properly, see "Troubleshooting".
If you're using this Commander with a Sony
brand TV, you won't need to preset the
Commander before you start using it.
If the Commander Seems to Be
Working Properly...
To set up the Commander to use with other
(non-Sony) manufacturers' TV, you'll need to
• You're finished setting up the Commander for
follow the instructions below to preset the
this component.
Remote Commander with the correct code
number for your TV.
Searching for the Correct Code
Notes
If you've tried all the code numbers listed for
•The Commander can be set up to operate only
your TV and you still cannot get the
one TV at a time – unless their code numbers
Commander to work (or if your TV is not listed),
happen to be the same. For example, you
try these steps.
cannot set up the Commander to operate a
Sony TV and a Panasonic TV at the same time
1
Power on the TV you want to set up with its
(because they use different code numbers).
power switch.
•You may not be able to operate even a Sony
2
Press the POWER button while pressing the
brand TV with the factory setting. In such a
SET button.
case, follow the procedures below.
Step 1: Entering the Code Number
1
See the supplied "Component Code
3
Press and release the CH + button. Then
Numbers" and find the three-digit code
press and release the POWER button.
number for your TV.
If more than one code number is listed, use
the number that's listed first to complete the
steps that follow.
4
Repeat step 3 until the correct code is found.
For example, if you're setting up a Philips
Pressing CH + and POWER repeatedly will
TV, you would use code number 111.
try every available code until the correct one
If your TV is not listed, see "Searching for
is found. Be patient as you do this; it may
the Correct Code".
take about 150 tries until the correct code
number is located.
2
Press the POWER button while pressing the
SET button.
5
When the power of the TV goes off, press
and release the ENT (Enter) button to store
the code number in the Commander's
memory.
3
Enter the TV's code number.
For example, if you're entering the code for a
Philips TV, you would press and release 1,
6
Check that the Commander is operating the
then press and release 1, and then press and
other functions of your TV. Press the
release 1.
channel and volume control buttons. If it
seems to be working properly, you're done
setting up the Commander.
Your Code Number
4
Press and release the ENT (Enter) button to
store the code number in the Commander's
memory.
If you still cannot get the Commander to work
properly, see "Troubleshooting".
5
Go to "Step 2: Checking if the Code Number
Works" to finish setting up.
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Operating a Component
1
Point the Commander directly at the TV.
2
Press the button for the function you want to
use.
See "Remote Button Descriptions" for
complete descriptions of the buttons on the
Commander.
Notes on Using the Remote
Commander
Basically, use this Commander in the same way as
the Commander supplied with your TV.
• Using this Commander will not increase the
functions of your TV. The functions of the
Commander are limited to the functions of the
components themselves. For example, if your TV
does not have a Recall function, the RECALL
button on this Commander will not function with
your TV.
• Some functions of your TV may not work with
this Commander.
Remote Button Descriptions
(ill. C)
Operating a TV
1 To set up the commander.
To set up, press POWER while pressing SET.
2 To change the channel.
The functions of each button vary depending
on your TV.
• 0 – 9 buttons: To select the number. Also to
turn on the TV.
• ENT button: To press after the 0 – 9 buttons
to change the channel. (For example, to go
to channel 5, press 5 and then ENT.)
• 1- and 2- buttons: To select a number
between 10 and 19, and 20 and 29.
• -/-- button: To select double digit numbers.
3 channel up: +
channel down: –
4 To work as the JUMP, FLASHBACK or
CHANNEL RETURN button, depending on
the TV's brand.
5 To change the input mode.
6 To turn on/off, or turn off the TV. (Varies
depending on your TV. If your TV does not
turn on by pressing this button, try pressing
the 0 – 9 buttons.)
7 volume up: +
volume down: –
8 To mute volume on TV. Press again to turn
muting off.
9 To display the current channel on TV, or to
turn on the TV. (The function of this button
varies depending on your TV.)
Troubleshooting
If you're having problems setting
up or using the Remote
Commander:
• When setting up the Commander, carefully go
through the procedures described under
"Setting the Code". If the code that's listed
first for your TV doesn't work, try all the
codes listed for your TV – in the order in
which they're listed. If all the codes fail to
work (or if your TV is not listed in this
manual), try using the procedures under
"Searching for the Correct Code".
• Check that you're aiming the Commander
directly at the TV, and that there are no
obstructions between the Commander and the
TV.
• Make sure the batteries you're using are not
worn out, and that they're inserted correctly.
• Check that the TV has infrared remote
capability. For example, if your TV didn't
come with a remote, it probably isn't capable
of being controlled by a Remote Commander.
Specifications
Operable distance
Approx. 7 m (23 ft.) (varies
depending on the
component of each
manufacturer)
Power requirements
Two R6 (size AA) batteries
(not supplied)
Battery life
Approx. 6 months (varies
depending on frequency of
use)
54 × 141 × 22 mm (w/h/d)
Dimensions
× 5
×
(2
1
/
5
/
7
/
in.)
4
8
8
Mass
Approx. 80 g (2.8 oz.) (not
including batteries)
Design and specifications are subject to change
without notice.
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  • Page 1 Commander to operate a 5 To change the input mode. Sony TV and a Panasonic TV at the same time Power on the TV you want to set up with its 6 To turn on/off, or turn off the TV. (Varies (because they use different code numbers).
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