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Programming Codes:

Select the manufacturer of your device from the list. The codes will appear below the list boxes.

Not all manufacturer brands listed may be compatible with this remote.
TV:         
 
 

 

 Additional devices:

VCR:  
 
 

Setting Up Your Remote

  1. On the remote control, press and hold the appropriate mode key until the four mode keys flash twice. The mode key will continue to flash.
  2. Enter the three-digit code listed for your device. After you press the first digit, the mode key should illuminate and stay lit. After you press the last digit, the mode key should flash three times and turn off. If the mode key doesn't flash three times before turning off, the code is invalid for this device type. Repeat the procedure with another programming code listed for your device.
  3. Point the remote control at the device and press Power. If the device turns on or off, you have finished programming.

Setting Up Your Remote For An Auxiliary Device

  1. Press and hold AUX until the four mode keys flash twice.
  2. Press and release the appropriate mode key for the device (VCR for a video cassette recorder, TV for a television and CABLE for a Spectrum receiver) until the four mode keys flash twice. Look up the setup code for your device manufacturer and enter the three-digit code for your TV, VCR or Spectrum receiver.
  3. After you press the first digit, the mode key should illuminate and stay lit. After you press the last digit, the mode key should flash three times and turn off. If the Aux key doesn't flash three times before turning off, the code is invalid for this device type. Repeat the procedure with another programming code for your device.
  4. Point the remote control at the device and press Power. If the device turns on or off, you have finished programming. If you have tried all the codes listed for the manufacturer and the device doesn't respond, refer to the CodeScan instructions.

Programming Volume Control

  1. To control the volume through the TV while in cable mode: Press and hold Cable for approximately three seconds until the four mode keys flash twice. The Cable key will continue to flash.
  2. Press TV. The Cable key will flash three times and turn off. You now control the volume through the TV whenever you change the volume level in cable mode.

Master Power Control

  1. Make sure all devices to be controlled are turned on.
  2. Press and hold any mode key (AUX, CABLE, TV or VCR) for approximately three seconds until all four mode keys flash twice. The selected mode key will continue to flash.
  3. Press Power twice. The selected mode key will flash three times and turn off.

CodeScan

  1. Manually turn on power to the device for which you want to program the remote control (TV, CABLE, AUX or VCR).
  2. Press and hold a mode key for approximately three seconds until the four mode keys flash twice. The selected mode key will continue to flash. Press Power. The mode key will stop flashing and remain on.
  3. Point the remote control at the device.
  4. Press and release the Cursor Up key repeatedly and slowly. Each time you press the key, the remote control sends the power-off command using a different device code. When the device turns off, the remote is programmed with a code that controls the device.
  5. If you press the Cursor Up key after the device has turned off, press the Cursor Down key to return to the previous device code.
  6. Test whether other functions operate using the remote control. If a primary function doesn't work, continue to press the Cursor Up key to find another code that turns off the device. Then test the functions again.
  7. When you are satisfied that all primary functions are working, press OK to lock in the code.

Recalling a Device Code

  1. Press and hold a mode key until the four mode keys flash twice. The selected mode key will continue to flash.
  2. Press Help. The mode key flashes each of the three digits in the code. A pause separates each digit. For example, three flashes represent the number 3. Rapid flashing represents 0.
  3. Count and record the sequence of flashes to determine the three-digit programming code for your device.