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Motorola DCX 3400-M Installation Instructions

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INSTALLATION INSTRUCTIONS

(Approx. Hardware Setup Time: 10-15 Minutes)
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STEP 1
DO YOU HAVE EVERYTHING?
The following components are included in the package that your HDPVR came in:
Cable Cord (Coax)
Shaw Universal Remote
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STEP 2
TIME TO HOOK UP YOUR NEW HARDWARE.
A. Your serial number, "Host SN," is located on the back
of the HDPVR (next to the number 3) and starts with
the letter "M". Alternatively, you can nd the serial
number on the white sticker labeled "S/N" on the
HDPVR packaging.
Before you hook up your HDPVR, write your serial
number and account number below. You will need it
when you contact us to activate your new hardware.
Serial Number:
Account Number:
C. Screw one end of the
included white cable cord
(with silver ends) in to your
wall cable outlet and the
other end in to CABLE IN
on the back of the HDPVR.
For an optimal viewing
experience, we recommend
using the included cable
cord instead of any others
that you might have around.
Power Cord
Wall Outlet
Cable Out
HDMI Cable
Motorola DCX 3400-M HDPVR
B. Find a location to put your new hardware that will allow
it to breathe.
Cable In
IR Receiver + Tether Cord
(Optional Use)

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  • Page 1: Installation Instructions

    HDMI Cable IR Receiver + Tether Cord (Optional Use) Shaw Universal Remote Motorola DCX 3400-M HDPVR STEP 2 TIME TO HOOK UP YOUR NEW HARDWARE. A. Your serial number, “Host SN,” is located on the back B. Find a location to put your new hardware that will allow of the HDPVR (next to the number 3) and starts with it to breathe.
  • Page 2 D. Connect the included HDMI cable (black cable with E. Connect the included power adapter from the wall at gold ends) from the HDPVR to your TV. Both video power outlet to the HDPVR. and audio travel through HDMI cable. Note the input you plug your HDMI cable into on the back of your TV (i.e.