Valid single-digit codes are 0, 1, 2 (and 3, with 3-stream models).
If you entered an invalid sequence or a 20-second lapse in button presses occurs, the LED turns off and the remote control
returns to standard operation.
If you correctly entered the single-digit code, the LED flashes on and off and then remains off.
Once you have set the remote control ID, write 0, 1, 2, or 3 on labels and place these labels on the TV and the remote to
help you identify the TV and the remote to which it is assigned. Your Network Service Provider may have already done this.
Repeat this procedure for each remote control.
ETERMINE THE REMOTE CONTROL
1. Press the LED key for three seconds until the LED flashes.
2. Press the INFO key. The LED stops blinking at this point and stays on solid.
3. Press and release the D key. When the D key is released, the LED immediately turns off.
4. Watch the LED.
The Operating Mode is indicated by a blink sequence. A short burst of flickering blinks indicates a '0' (SRC-200 Com-
patibility Mode) while a single blink indicates a '1' (SRC-300 Native Mode.) There is a 1-second pause before the LED
Once the LED sequence has completed, the SRC-300 returns to normal mode operation.