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Where Do I Start?
Before you begin using your remote, complete the
following initial setup tasks.
Install the Batteries
The remote requires two AA batteries (alkaline
recommended). A diagram in the battery compartment
of the remote indicates proper placement of the
TV
DVD
batteries. When batteries are properly installed, the
STB
AUX
light on the remote blinks each time a key is
pressed.
About HomeID
The set-top is equipped with an RF receiver.
Programming the HomeID in the remote is necessary
when RF is used to transmit signals to the set-top
MENU
from the remote in order to limit interference with
set-tops in other rooms or in your neighbors' homes.
Go to the Program HomeID section of this guide for
instructions.
Note: The remote uses IR signals when programming
TV
the HomeID and to control devices other than the
C
set-top.
A
B
Program the Remote to Control
GUIDE
CH
VOL
PG
My Devices
MUTE
LAST
MUTE
LAST
Your remote is initially programmed to only operate
1
2
3
your set-top. You will need to set up the remote to
ABC
DEF
operate your other devices using its TV, DVD, and
4
5
6
AUX modes. The TV key may be programmed to
GHI
JKL
MNO
7
8
9
operate a standard or high-definition television
PQRS
TUV
WXYZ
(HDTV). The DVD key may be programmed to
0
ENTER
operate a DVD player. The AUX key may be
DELETE
SPACE
ZOOM
programmed to operate a VCR, a receiver, an
amplifier, or a Home Theater in a Box (HTIB)
system. If the remote provides only limited
functionality for a device, you can look for a code
that provides more functionality. Refer to the code
tables at the end of this guide to locate additional
programming codes.
AT6420 AllTouch
Note: You have the option to assign some remote
RF and IR Universal
keys to operate one device type only. For example,
you may want to assign volume control to the TV only.
If this is the case, you can reprogram power, volume,
and channel control using procedures found later in
this guide.
User Guide
Welcome to the Ultimate
Quick Reference
Control Experience
Notes:
• You must program a HomeID before using this
Your new AT6420 AllTouch
®
Radio Frequency
(RF) and Infrared (IR) Universal Remote Control
remote.
• You must also program a Decoder ID if you are
(remote) is a true universal remote, functioning as
four remotes in one. As one example, you can use
using multiple remotes per set-top.
this remote to operate your set-top, your TV, and
two other devices, such as a DVD player and
What Devices Can I Control?
VCR.
The four mode keys arched across the top of the
remote tell the remote which device you want to
Important Information About
operate.
Your Remote
Your remote is initially programmed to only operate
your set-top. Therefore, you must program the
TV
STB
remote to operate your TV, VCR, or other devices.
See Program the Remote to Control My
Devices to learn how to enter device codes and
program your remote.
Each mode key is associated with different types of
Notes:
devices. You can use each mode key to control one
• You must program a HomeID before using this
of its associated devices:
remote.
Mode Key
Associated Devices
• You must also program a Decoder ID if you are
STB
IP gateway set-top
using multiple remotes per set-top.
TV*
TVs (including HDTVs)
How Does A Universal Remote
DVD*
DVD players
Control Work?
AUX*
VCRs, receivers, tuners, and
Home Theater in a Box (HTIB)
You tell the remote which type of device you want
to operate using the four keys arched across the
* These keys can be reassigned to control different
top of the remote. These keys, known as mode
devices. Go to the Reassign Mode Keys section
keys, are labeled STB, TV, DVD, and AUX.
of this guide for instructions.
Each mode key is associated with a specific
device. As an example, after programming the
LED Indicators
remote, if you want the remote to operate your
There are red LEDs underneath each of the four mode
TV, you simply press the TV key. Other keys you
press on the remote, thereafter, should operate
keys (STB, TV, DVD, and AUX) that flash each time
a key is pressed to show which device the key is
your TV. Want to switch the remote to operate a
currently controlling.
different device? Just press the mode key for the
next device you want to operate. In this guide, you
There are also green LEDs that illuminate several
will learn which types of devices you can control
keys whenever the remote is in use. They stay
and how to program the remote to control your
illuminated for a short time after a key is pressed.
specific devices.
During programming, if the remote times out before
you complete the code setup, you will need to start
over. This is indicated by one long flash of the red
LED.
Assigning a Device Code to a Mode Key
Note: Read the procedures in this section thoroughly
before beginning. You need to be prepared to
1. Refer to the code tables at the end of this guide to
observe the behavior of the remote.
locate the information for the device you want to
program.
Auto-Search Features
Note: If your device is not listed, you may be able to
Consider the following items when using Auto-
program the remote using the Auto-Search function.
Search:
Go to What If None of the Codes Work for
instructions.
• The Auto-Search function begins searching from
2. Turn on the device that you want to assign to a
the first code.
mode key.
• If a valid code is not found, the green backlight blinks
3. Press and hold the appropriate mode key (TV,
twice and the remote returns to normal operation.
DVD, or AUX) on the remote, and then press and
• If any other key is pressed except PLAY, ENTER,
hold the OK key.
POWER, EXIT, REW, FF, or numeric keys 1 through
4. Release both keys and the mode keys blink twice.
4 (when programming the AUX mode key), the
mode key displays a long red flash (error message)
5. Enter the first 4-digit setup code for the device using
and the remote returns to normal operation.
the numeric keys (0-9) on the remote. The mode key
• Should the remote time-out before you complete the
blinks three times to indicate that the code entry was
accepted.
Auto-Search function you must start over. This is
indicated by one long flash of the red LED.
Notes:
• If the device is not listed and the Auto-Search function
• When an invalid code is entered, the selected
is unable to find a usable code, you may need to use
mode key displays a long flash to indicate that
the original remote provided with the device.
you have not entered the code correctly.
Auto-Searching the Code Library for
• Should the remote time-out before you complete
the code setup, you must start over. This is
TV or DVD Mode Codes
indicated by one long flash of the red LED.
(Program Code 922)
6. Point the remote at the device, and press POWER
to test the device.
Note: This procedure only applies to TVs and DVDs.
7. Did the device power off?
1. Turn on the device you that you want to assign to the
• If yes, write this code number in the table found
TV or DVD key.
in this guide. You may need it again if the device
2. Point the remote at the device.
code is accidentally erased.
3. Press and while holding a selected mode key (TV or
• If no, repeat this procedure from step 3 using a
DVD), press the OK key. For example, to search for
different setup code.
a TV code, press and hold TV and OK at the same
Note: If none of the codes listed for your brand of
time.
device operate the device correctly, go to What If
4. Release both keys and all the mode keys blink
None of the Codes Work for instructions.
twice.
8. Repeat this procedure for each mode key you want
5. Enter the programming code 9 2 2 by pressing the
to program.
numeric keys on the remote. The mode key you
What If None of the Codes Work?
selected in step 3 blinks twice to indicate a
successful entry.
If none of the codes listed for your brand of device
6. Point the remote toward the device, and press
operate the device correctly, or if your device is not
PLAY.
listed in the codes table, you can use the Auto-Search
7. Your device powers off when it finds the correct
function to search through the code library for a valid
code. Then, choose one of the following options:
code. This section provides procedures for using the
Auto-Search function to search the code library for
• Save code and exit – Press the ENTER key on
TV, DVD and AUX mode codes.
the remote to program the code in the remote and
the mode key flashes three times indicating
successful entry.
Device Control
Device
TV
DVD
STB
AUX
Control
STB
DVR/VOD/
DVD/VCR
TV
Control
DVD
MENU
Viewing
AUX
and
Browsing
Control
DVR, VOD, DVD, VCR Control
TV
Notes:
A
C
B
• In STB mode, these keys control DVR and VOD
Sound
functions.
DVD
Control
GUIDE
CH
• In DVD and AUX modes, these keys may control
VOL
AUX
PG
MUTE
LAST
MUTE
LAST
your DVD or VCR depending on how you have
programmed the remote.
1
2
3
T12121
ABC
DEF
Numeric
4
5
6
GHI
JKL
MNO
Keys
7
8
9
PQRS
TUV
WXYZ
Delete
0
Enter
ENTER
DELETE
SPACE
ZOOM
T12120
Device Program Codes
If you program codes to control your devices, record
the codes here for easy reference.
Mode
Device
Brand
Code
Key
Type
DVD
Sony
2066
Viewing and Browsing Control
Example:
TV
DVD
AUX
MENU
Record Your HomeID Code Here:
____________________________________
Record Your Decoder ID Code Here:
_____________________________
• Step forward – Press the fast-forward (FF) key
on the remote to step ahead through the codes
one at a time. Then, return to step 6.
• Step backward – Press the rewind (REW) key on
the remote to step back through the codes one at
a time. Then, return to step 6.
• Exit without saving the code – Press the EXIT
key on the remote. The selected mode key
flashes three times and returns to normal
operation.
• Send the current code – Press the POWER key
on the remote to send the current code. If the
device turns back on, press the ENTER key. If the
device does not turn on, return to step 6.
• Continue with auto-search function – Press the
PLAY key on the remote to continue with the auto-
search function. Then, return to step 6.
Auto-Searching the Code Library for
AUX Mode Codes (Program Code 922)
1. Turn on the device that you want to assign to the
AUX key.
2. Point the remote at the device.
3. Press and while holding the AUX key, press the OK
key.
4. Release both the AUX key and the OK key and all
the mode keys blink twice.
5. Enter the programming code 9 2 2 by pressing the
numeric keys on the remote. The AUX key blinks
twice indicating a successful entry.
6. Press the PLAY key, choose one of the following
device categories and then, using the number keys
on the remote, press its assigned number (1 – 4)
based on the following list:
1 = VCRs
2 = Receiver/Tuners
3 = Amplifiers
4 = HTIB
Note: The device categories are number-coded to
provide a more direct programming method.
7. Point the remote toward the device, and press
PLAY.
8. Your device powers off when it finds the correct
code. Then, choose one of the following options:
• Save code and exit – Press the ENTER key on
the remote to program the code in the remote and
the mode key flashes three times indicating
successful entry.
• Step forward – Press the fast-forward (FF) key
on the remote to step ahead through the codes
one at a time. Then, return to step 7.
Viewing and Browsing Control
Turns devices on or off
Moves through selections
Enables set-top mode functions
Selects and deselects screen items
Enables TV mode functions
Clears all menu screens and returns to
TV
broadcast TV
Enables DVD mode functions
Selects options in menus and the
C
A
B
program guide
Enables AUX mode functions
Displays text information about the
selected program
Displays or closes the IPG
Returns to last channel viewed
LAST
Selects the next channel, up or down,
when watching TV. Moves up or down
CH
PG
one pagein the IPG and in some menu
screens
Records the selected program
Sound Control
Stops DVD, VCR, VOD, or DVR content
Note: These keys are assigned to the TV when
the TV mode key is programmed with a valid
Pauses DVD, VCR, VOD, or DVR content
code.
Plays DVD, VCR, VOD, or DVR content
Adjusts volume
Scrolls through available TV or video input
VOL
sources
Mutes sound
MUTE
Rewinds or fast forwards through
DVR or VOD content
Numeric Keys
1
2
3
Skips backward or forward through
Enters channel numbers, text, and
ABC
DEF
4
5
6
DVR or VOD content
remote codes. Also use to enter your
GHI
JKL
MNO
7
8
9
parental control PIN
PQRS
TUV
WXYZ
0
SPACE
Clears text and numbers in text fields
DELETE
Enters and saves (stores) an entry. Sizes
Accesses the On Demand Menu
the picture for some high-definition
ENTER
ZOOM
television (HDTV) models
Returns to the previous screen
Accesses the Main Menu
Accesses the DVR list of recordings
Enables interactive mode
• Step backward – Press the rewind (REW) key on
Notes:
the remote to step back through the codes one at
• If any other key is pressed except the number keys
a time. Then, return to step 7.
and the ENTER key, the remote will not accept any
changes or updates. The STB mode key will display
• Exit without saving the code – Press the EXIT
key on the remote. The selected mode key
a long red flash and the remote returns to normal
operation.
flashes three times and returns to normal
operation.
• If the remote times out before you complete
programming the HomeID code, the remote will not
• Send the current code – Press the POWER key
on the remote to send the current code. If the
accept any changes. You will have to start over from
step 1 of this procedure.
device turns back on, press the ENTER key. If the
device does not turn on, return to step 7.
Program Decoder ID
• Continue with auto-search function – Press the
(Program Code 912)
PLAY key on the remote to continue with the auto-
search function. Then, return to step 7.
Programming the Decoder ID is necessary to identify
Reassign Mode Keys
each set-top box assigned to different rooms in the
home or office. All RF devices have the Decoder ID
You can reassign a mode key to operate a different
set to 00 by default. Complete the following steps to
device. For example, you can reassign the AUX key
set a new Decoder ID.
to operate a DVD player or a TV. If you reassign a
key, be sure you update the table found in this guide.
1. Ensure that the set-top is plugged into an electrical
outlet and that you have the remote in the same
Reassigning Mode Keys
room as the set-top.
(Program Code 944)
2. Press and hold the STB mode key on the remote.
3. Without releasing the STB mode key, press and
1. Press and hold the STB mode key on the remote.
hold the OK key.
2. Without releasing the STB key, press and hold the
4. Release both the STB mode key and the OK key.
OK key.
You should see all the mode keys flash red two
3. Release both the keys and all mode keys flash
times. This indicates that you are now ready to enter
twice.
the Decoder ID code.
4. Enter the programming code 9 4 4 by pressing the
5. Enter the 3-digit code 9 1 2 by pressing the number
numeric keys on the remote. The STB mode key
keys on the remote. You should see the STB mode
blinks twice indicating a successful entry.
key flash red two times. This indicates that you have
5. Press and release the mode key associated with the
successfully entered the code.
type of device you want to control, and then press
6. Now enter your own Decoder ID choice of either 1,
and release the mode key that you want to change.
2, or 3 by pressing the number keys on the remote.
The newly assigned mode key blinks one time
This will be your unique new Decoder ID code. Be
indicating a successful entry.
sure to record your new Decoder ID in the space
For example: To program the AUX key to operate
provided at the end of this section.
your DVD player, press DVD and then AUX.
Notes:
Program HomeID
• If a valid Decoder ID code is entered, the STB mode
key will flash red three times. This indicates that
(Program Code 914)
you have successfully entered a valid Decoder ID
code (1, 2, or 3). The new valid Decoder ID is
Programming the HomeID in the remote is necessary
stored into the EEPROM of the remote. The
when radio frequency (RF) is used to transmit signals
remote then returns to normal operation.
to the set-top from the remote.
• If an invalid Decoder ID code is entered, the STB
The set-top is equipped with an RF receiver. When
mode key will display a long red flash. This
using an RF remote, a HomeID is required for proper
indicates that you have not entered a valid
communication between the RF remote and the set-
Decoder ID code (1, 2, or 3). The remote then
top. After the appropriate assignment, the RF remote
returns to normal operation. You will have to start
will then be uniquely used for the assigned set-top.
over from step 1 of this procedure.
The use of RF in the remote enables "through walls"
Notes:
control of the set-top. It may be used to transmit
• If any key other than the required digit key and the
instructions from another room. The use of HomeID
on-display menu control keys are pressed during
also limits any interference with set-tops in other
the Decoder ID programming, the STB mode key
rooms or in your neighbors' homes.
will display a long red flash and the remote will return
to normal operation.
All RF devices have the HomeID set to 000 by default.
• If the remote times out before you complete
Complete the following steps to set a new HomeID.
programming the Decoder ID code, the remote will
1. Ensure that the set-top is plugged into an electrical
not accept any changes. You will have to start over
outlet and that you have the remote in the same
from step 1 of this procedure.
room as the set-top.
• If you are unable to program a new Decoder ID, the
2. Press and hold the STB mode key on the remote.
previous Decoder ID is retained.
3. Without releasing the STB mode key, press and
Change Volume Control
hold the OK key.
4. Release both the STB mode key and the OK key.
By default, once the TV mode key is programmed with
You should see all the mode keys flash red two
a valid code, the volume and mute buttons control
times. This indicates that you are now ready to enter
your TV. These keys adjust the volume of your TV
the HomeID code.
higher, lower, or temporarily switch the volume off
5. Enter the 3-digit code 9 1 4 by pressing the number
(Mute), regardless of whether the remote is in STB,
TV, DVD, or AUX mode.
keys on the remote. You should see the STB mode
key flash red two times. This indicates that you have
If you prefer, you can choose to have the volume and
successfully entered the code.
mute buttons always control a different device rather
6. Now enter your own choice of a 3-digit code from
than your TV, such as a home theater receiver. (See
000 to 255 by pressing the number keys on the
Controlling Volume for One Device below.) Note
remote. This will be your unique new HomeID code.
that you must first program one of the mode keys,
Be sure to record your HomeID in the space
such as AUX, with a valid code for that device.
provided at the end of this section.
Alternatively, you can choose to have the volume and
Notes:
mute buttons control different devices when the
• If a valid HomeID code is entered, the STB mode
remote is in different modes. For example, you might
key will flash red two times. This indicates that you
want to control the volume on your TV when in TV
have successfully entered a valid HomeID code
mode, but the volume on your home theater receiver
(000 to 255). Go to step 7 of this procedure.
when in AUX mode. (See Controlling Volume for
• If an invalid HomeID code is entered, the STB
Different Devices below.) Note that not all devices
mode key will display a long red flash. This indicates
have volume controls, so if you choose this option, the
that you have not entered a valid HomeID code
volume and mute buttons may do nothing in some
(000 to 255). The remote then returns to normal
modes, such as STB and DVD.
operation. You will have to start over from step 1 of
Controlling Volume for One Device
this procedure.
7. Point the remote toward the set-top and then press
(Program Code 955)
the ENTER key on the remote. The remote
1. Press and hold the STB mode key on the remote.
transmits the HomeID code using IR. The red LED
will illuminate during transmission of the HomeID
2. Without releasing the STB key, press and hold the
OK key.
code.
3. Release both keys and all mode keys blink twice.
8. To store your new HomeID code into the remote
code, press the ENTER key on the remote again.
4. Enter the programming code 9 5 5 by pressing the
number keys on the remote. The STB mode key
blinks twice indicating a successful entry.
5. Press and release the mode key for the device you
want the volume keys to control. For example, if you
want to control volume through your TV, press and
release TV. The selected mode key blinks three
times to indicate a successful entry.
The volume keys now control only one device
whether you are in STB, TV, DVD, or AUX mode.
Controlling Volume for Different
Devices (Program Code 955)
1. Complete steps 1 through 4 of the Controlling
Volume for One Device procedure.
2. Press and release the Enter key. The STB mode
key blinks three times to indicate a successful entry.
After you press the Enter key, the volume keys control
the device assigned to that mode. For example, in TV
mode, the volume keys control volume for the TV only.
Notes:
• If any other key is pressed except the Mode keys and
the ENTER key, the remote does not accept any
changes or updates. The STB mode key displays a
long red flash and the remote returns to normal
operation.
• If the remote times out before you complete
programming volume control, the remote does not
accept any changes. You must start over from step
1 of this procedure.
Change Channel Control
The remote is set by default to control channel
selection on the set-top. You can also program
channel control to control any of the TV, DVD, or AUX
mode devices provided the device allows for channel
control assignment. Or, you can set the channel
selection control programming to control channels (or
page up or down) for all of the devices programmed
in the four mode keys. Otherwise, you can only
control channels (or page up or down) on a specific
device, for example, the TV or DVD.
Note: The channel control keys include CH/Page,
Jump, and the numeric keys 0 through 9.
Controlling Channels for One Device
(Program Code 966)
1. Press and hold the STB mode key on the remote.
2. Without releasing the STB key, press and hold the
OK key.
3. Release both keys and all mode keys blink twice.
4. Enter the programming code 9 6 6 by pressing the
numeric keys on the remote. The STB mode key
blinks twice to indicate a successful entry.
5. Press and release the mode key for the device you
want the channel key to control. For example, if you
want to control channels on your TV, press and
release TV. The selected mode key blinks three
times to indicate a successful entry.
The channel key now always controls the device
associated with the mode you selected in this
procedure, whether in STB, TV, DVD, or AUX mode.
Controlling Channels for Different
Devices (Program Code 966)
1. Complete steps 1 through 4 of the Controlling
Channels for One Device procedure.
2. Press and release the Enter key. The STB mode
key blinks three times to indicate a successful
entry.
After you press the Enter key, the channel key now
controls the device associated with the mode key you
select. For example, in TV mode, the channel key
controls the TV, but in STB mode, the channel key
controls the set-top.
Notes:
• If any other key is pressed except the Mode keys
and the ENTER key, the remote does not accept
any changes or updates. The STB mode key
displays a long red flash and the remote returns to
normal operation.
• If the remote times out before you complete
programming channel selection control, the remote
does not accept any changes. You must start over
from step 1 of this procedure.
Change Power Control
The POWER key on the remote is set by default to
control the power switch on one device at a time, in
either mode (STB, TV, DVD, or AUX). When in STB
mode, the remote switches the set-top from OFF
(standby mode) to ON, or from ON to OFF (standby
mode). However, you can alternatively program the
POWER key to control the power switch on up to four
devices at the same time, instead of controlling one
device at a time. It is highly recommended that you
set up the POWER key to turn on and off your set-top
and your TV at the same time. Turning off the set-top
saves electricity and extends the life of the box. When
turned off, the set-top can still record scheduled
programs on its DVR and perform any other
necessary functions.

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