Displays the Gateway Menu.
Displays information about the currently selected channel.
Displays the program guide.
Increases the channel number.
Decreases the channel number.
The following table describes the LEDs on the front of the RG3000.
A lit LED indicates one or more voice mail messages are present.
When the LED is off, there are no voice messages present.
Lit when the AC outlet is switched on.
Blinks off and on during the startup process.
Briefly lit when a remote control key is pressed (using the remote tuned to the first stream or primary TV). Indicates that
remote keystroke activity is being seen by the settop.
Under normal operation, this display shows the current time.
When the user changes channels, this display will display the channel selected for a few seconds, and then return
to presenting the current time.
Hardware Signoff - If the xDSL connection is lost or broken, the two characters on the left display a circling pattern,
the two on the right will not be lit.
Software Signoff - If the xDSL connection is established but the system is unable to establish software signon, the
two characters on the left display a circling pattern and the two characters on the right display a similar pattern.
The RG3000 has an AC outlet on the rear of the unit. Other devices can be plugged into this outlet. The outlet is
on when the RG3000 is powered up. If you find that the outlet is off when the RG3000 is on, any press on the
remote control turns the AC outlet back on.
Exits any active application.
Initiates power off sequence (either shows message/time display or power off channel depending on local
Toggles Power LED and the AC outlet (turns both LED and AC outlet on and off).
Reboots (restarts) the RG3000 if pressed and held for 5 seconds or more.