Using Non-Preset Remote Control
— Learning Function (continued)
• If you do not perform learning steps within
2 minutes, learning mode ends.
• If you do not perform Step 6 within 10
seconds after Step 5, the display turns back to
the display in Step 4. (All the learnable keys
flash.) In this case, perform Step 5 again
while the display is flashing.
• If you touch a key by mistake in step 6, while
pressing the DEL key, press the mistaken key.
Then repeat from Step 5 to continue learning.
If the Commander does not seem to
If the learned key or button does not operate
properly, teach once again. (For example, if the
volume becomes very loud after pressing the
2 + button only once, noise may have
interfered during the learning procedure.)
If you set a component code after
learning a signal
If you have programmed any signal for a key
or button using the learning function, that
signal will remain assigned to that key or
button even after you set a component code.
When you teach the REC (record)
If you have to press two buttons at the
same time (for example, z and B) to start
recording on your cassette deck or VCR,
teach the REC signal in one of the
To operate with two keys on the
In Step 5 (page 21), while pressing the REC key,
press the B key to display both keys. Then
press the two buttons on your component's
remote control in Step 6.
To operate with one key on the
In Step 5 (page 21), press only the REC key.
Then press the two buttons on your
component's remote control in Step 6.
When you teach signals to the
2 +/ – or % buttons
•If you have programmed any signal on
the 2 +/– or % button for components
other than TV and AMP using the
learning function, that signal will be
transmitted only when you select that
•If you have programmed any signal for
the 2 +/– buttons or the % button of
TV or AMP using the learning function,
that signal will be also transmitted
when you select another component.
However, if you have programmed any
signal for the 2 +/– buttons or the %
button of another component, that
signal will be transmitted only after
you select that component.
When you teach the signals of an
See the notes on page 52.
To display only the frequently
You can hide keys you do not use.
After Step 4 on page 20, while pressing
the DEL key, press the key you want to
hide (flashing). The pressed key changes
to slower flashing and will no longer be
displayed during remote control
To display it again, perform the same
You cannot hide a key which has "learned" any