SRC-300 Remote Control
Using Your Remote Control
This Quick Start Guide will step you through the basics of
using your SRC-300 remote control with various types of
Motorola RG2200 Residential Gateways.
Your installer or NSP (network service provider) will
install your RG2200 and program your remote control(s)
to operate your RG2200. Your remote controls can even
be programmed to operate the RG2200 remotely, from a
different room in your home. Once programmed, each
remote control can be used to turn the TV on or off,
control TV volume, change channels, and control one
broadcast stream. With each RG2200, you may receive
up to three broadcast streams in your home. This allows
household members to view up to three broadcast
For more detailed information, see the User's Guide that
came with your Residential Gateway.
To change the channel using the remote control
buttons, do one of the following:
Press the up or down channel button.
Enter the channel number on the number key pad and
Enter the channel number on the number key pad
and wait 5 seconds. The Gateway will tune to the
Controlling TV Volume
If the remote has already been programmed to control
your TV, you can press the up or down on the volume
key to raise or lower the volume on your TV.
To mute the TV volume, press the MUTE button on the
remote control. Press it again to unmute the TV.
Remote Control Keys
LED: Lights when any button on the remote is pressed.
Also, when pressed and held, starts programming
Exit: Exits current function.
Directionals: Moves cursor in program guide and menus.
Info: Displays current channel and program information.
Day back: Move program guide back 24 hours.
Back: Returns to a previous screen or menu, if applicable.
Vol: Adjusts TV volume.
Mute: Mutes and unmutes TV sound.
VOD: Launches VOD (Video On Demand) menu.
Home: Displays your service provider's web page, if
Number pad: selects channels.
Last: Recalls last channel.
Power: Powers TV on/off and tunes to default channel.
A, B, C, D and Text: Used in programming the remote
control, and also reserved for use with Teletext and other
Page up and down:
Pages up and down
program guide and
guide forward 24
Pause and Stop:
Video on Demand
PPV: Displays Pay
Per View menu.
Call ID: Opens
Caller ID screen.
Fav: Scans through