622715-00 Master Remote manual
1. On the back of the remote, push down
on the tab and lift the cover off.
2. Match the batteries to the + and - marks
inside the battery case, then insert 2
AAA Alkaline batteries.
3. Press the battery cover back into place.
4. Press any OFF button in the Freewire
portion of the remote for 5 seconds.
The red indicator light will blink twice
indicating that your remote is now
ready for use.
NOTE: Range effectiveness of the
remote will diminish indicating low
batteries. We recommend installing
new batteries at this point.
NOTE: Before replacing batteries have
new ones ready for installation.
You will have up to 10 minutes to change
the batteries in your remote without losing
codes you have programmed. However,
do not press any buttons until batteries
are installed in the remote. If buttons are
pressed without batteries in the remote,
all codes will be lost.
The remote powers on in TV mode.
Your remote automatically turns off if the
buttons are depressed more than 30
seconds. This will save your batteries
should your remote get stuck in a place
where the buttons remain depressed
(e.g., between the sofa cushions)
TV VOLUME/MUTE PUNCH
The TV Volume/Mute punch through
feature lets you control the Volume and
Mute function of your TV in any mode
programmed to be a VCR, DVD, CABLE
or SAT device, without needing to
change to TV mode.
VCR/DVD PUNCH THROUGH
This remote lets you Punch through to
the last VCR or DVD device used.
Normally other types of remotes only
punch-through (from another Mode) on
the 6 VCR buttons, to the device
programmed under the VCR Mode
button. This is not much use if you are
using a DVD programmed under a Mode
other than VCR. This remote punches-
through to the last VCR or DVD device
you used. For example, if you have 3
DVD/VCR devices programmed into this
remote, the last one you accessed on
the remote will be the one that has
control of the 6 VCR/DVD buttons when
in any other mode.