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|dkotarba||1:28pm on Tuesday, October 12th, 2010|
|its a good smart phone ... lotsa apps ... wish theres a better way to know what app is useful ... Easy Buttons and Controls".|
|dandunn||4:48pm on Saturday, October 9th, 2010|
|"I have it for 3 weeks now and its the best thing ive ever held in my hands.My friend has iPhone 4,and its a great phone but Desire is much better. "I love my desire! some of the software updates have slowed it down considerably tho, anyone have the same issue? It feels lovely in my hand. "Running out of internal storage already after installing a few apps, but they say it will get fixed with the 2.|
|bhavbhuti||1:37pm on Monday, August 30th, 2010|
|GREAT! I recieved the item a couple of days before I expected it so YAY! and the phone was in excellent condition. It had everything it needed e.|
|perigee||2:35am on Sunday, August 1st, 2010|
|the phone is very user friendly,faster processor after upgrading to froyo2.2 software. Great Phone with a miner cons, can be fix in the future. touch sensitivity.|
|mumsta||12:31am on Wednesday, July 21st, 2010|
|milsy, then you need to come out to where I live. So far only phone that gets any reception is Nokia 6120! What a great phone.Isnt it nice to be able to do things like music playlists without having to plug in to a computer and connect to itunes.|
|manni1947||7:31pm on Tuesday, June 29th, 2010|
|I am about to trade in my problematic Nokia N8 only one month old. So now got to choose which: Galaxy 9000 or this HTC?|
|Keith Lane||8:15pm on Monday, June 14th, 2010|
|Excellent phone Love this phone. I think it is far better than the iPhone personally. Just does so many things, so well. Great Handset, but... Not wanting to be a sheep and get another iPhone to replace my 3 year old 2G iphone, I decided to buy a Desire.|
|Ponkojioins||4:16pm on Wednesday, May 19th, 2010|
|About the DesireThe HTC Desire is a smartphone, very similar in look and functionality to Apples iPhone. Released in April 2010.|
|PLC||1:22pm on Tuesday, May 4th, 2010|
|it is a good mobile but,,, where is the secondary camera for a smartphone???? browser, touch sensor SECONDARY camera|
|zsolt||1:02am on Saturday, May 1st, 2010|
|Understand where this Unlocked unit is coming from. Mine came from the Middle East. It has a Quaran and prayer alarm. This is not a OLED version this is a SLCD version! very good no - so far The only way I have resolved this, and it has happened at least three times, is to pull of the back cover and pop the battery. And, for the record.|
|Liesjevb||5:54am on Monday, April 12th, 2010|
|The HTC Desire is simply a lovely smart phone! Great looking android phone. Real competition for the i-phone.|
|jamie||8:07am on Friday, April 2nd, 2010|
|Bad quality of the device and service in the selling office. External design is fine Not reliable mechanical/Electrinic of the device. Its and amaz phone...buy it widout thinking. Fast, Good touch Screen, looks, syle Battery time is very low....lasts a day At first, I was disappointed in the phone. After using the Htc Hero, I expected the Desire to have a great speakerphone. I was wrong.|
|bupen||12:51pm on Sunday, March 21st, 2010|
|HTC Desire After having to wait for 4 weeks in Sweden I decided to purchase from Amazon (my 1st time) and was happily surprised.|
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Philips Universal remote control
10 sticker icon remote control
5 device learning
5 device universal remote with 10 favorite icon channels. Black glossy top cover finish will match most new components on the market. Learning remote for consolidation.
Great convenience 10 channels programmed recognized by the channel Icon Ready for use with Philips equipment Stick an icon to the remote for your favorite channel Single control solution for most devices & brands 5 in 1 controller for your audio/video devices Convenient IR learning from another remote Extensive library of channel icons for easy selection
Universal remote control
UPC: Number of products included: 1 Packaging type: Blister Packaging dimensions (W x H x D): 11 x 27.5 x 3.7 cm Nett weight: 0.125 kg Gross weight: 0.18 kg Tare weight: 0.055 kg
Outer carton (L x W x H): 30 x 24.5 x 14 cm Nett weight: 0.75 kg Gross weight: 1.6 kg Tare weight: 0.85 kg GTIN: 8 Number of consumer packagings: 3 Inner carton (L x W x H): 27.5 x 11 x 3.7 cm Nett weight: 0.375 kg Gross weight: 0.6 kg Tare weight: 0.225 kg
5in1 remote control
The universal remote control allows you to program and operate up to 5 devices from almost any brand. A universal database of infrared codes is incorporated to enable easy installation of your TV, TV combi, VCR, DVD, DVD recorder, satellite or digital terrestrial receiver, cable decoder, amplifier, Home theater system or receiver.
GTIN: 5 Number of consumer packagings: 6
Learning functionality refers to the process through which a remote control captures and stores infrared signals from other remotes for later use. When device codes are not included in the on-board database, they can always be learned from the original remote, simply by pointing to it.
The remote control incorporates a library of channel icons for most countries' main TV stations. Via the color LCD screen you can program the right channel icons for the right channel. Once setup, you use the LCD screen info to zap through your channels using the icons of TV stations instead of the digit keys on your remote.
Issue date 2010-09-02 Version: 1.1.8
2010 Koninklijke Philips Electronics N.V. All Rights reserved. Specifications are subject to change without notice. Trademarks are the property of Koninklijke Philips Electronics N.V. or their respective owners. www.philips.com
12 NC: 40741 UPC: 15666 1
SRU4105WM/17 Owners Manual
Table of Contents Introduction.. 3 Button Functions.. 4 DVD/SAT Functions. 6 Setup... 7 Battery Installation.. 7 Battery Saver.. 7 Code Saver.. 7 Power-On Default.. 7 Code Setup.. 7 Direct Code Entry.. 8 Code Search.. 8 Brand Search... 9 Code Identification Feature. 9 Setting Favorites.. 10 Adjusting Delay Between Digits.. 11 Setup... 12 Programming Combo Device Codes.. 12 VCR/DVD/DVR Punch-Through Feature. 12 Volume/Mute Control Feature.. 12 Setting Volume/Mute Punch-Through.. 13 Setting Mode to Use Own Volume/Mute. 13 Code Learning.. 14 Tips on Learning.. 14 IR Transmitter Finder.. 16 Learning Commands.. 17 Clearing Commands.. 18 Clearing Learned Commands. 18 Master Clear.. 18 INPUT... 19 Troubleshooting... 20 Lifetime Warranty.. 21 Instrucciones en Espaol.. 22
Introduction Congratulations on your purchase of this Philips Universal Remote Control. You are now the proud owner of a revolutionary remote that remembers your favorite channels for you! Press an icon button and youre instantly taken to your favorite channel! Universal Remotes let you replace a broken or lost remote or combine more than one remote into one. In addition, this remote is equipped with a command learning feature which lets the remote learn commands from your original equipment remote control! This remote control operates the common features of most but not all models and brands of IR Infrared Controlled Video Equipment. This remote may provide functions that are not available on your equipment. Some functions of your particular equipment (e.g. menu functions) may not be controlled by this remote. In such cases, use the original remote control for your equipment. Please use this manual to become familiar with your Universal Remote. After you are familiar with your remote the first thing you need to do is to install batteries and setup your remote for your particular product and brand. Thank you for buying this remote and we hope it will give you many years of service.
Button Functions (cont.)
1. TV, VCR, DVD, CBL, SAT: Indicates which equipment is operating; press SELECT for mode (from SAT to TV, TV to VCR, etc.). 2. FAVORITES BUTTONS: Allow you to choose your favorite channels. (Key feature & benefit!) 3. FAVORITES ICONS: Display icons of your favorite channels. (Key feature & benefit!) 4. GUIDE: Displays on-screen program or channel guides. Displays DVD Title Menu screen. 5. MENU: Brings up the device Menu screen (if available) - use with UP, DOWN, LEFT, and RIGHT navigation buttons. 6. UP, DOWN, LEFT, RIGHT: Navigation buttons. 7. VOLUME UP/DOWN: Changes the volume level of the product, normally the TV. 8. LAST (REPEAT): Returns to the previously selected channel or DVD repeat toggle. 9. CC (SUBTITLE): TV Closed Caption (if your TV has this feature) or DVD Subtitle toggle. 10. MUTE: Turns off the TV sound while the picture remains. 11. +100: Used for channels greater than 100. (-) used for digital channels like 2-3. 12. REC, STOP, PAUSE, PLAY: VCR controls. SCAN+ (FAST FORWARD): Fast-forwards through a chapter or title. SCAN- (REVERSE) Reverses through a chapter or title. 13. ENT: Used after direct channel number entry to change to the selected channel immediately. 14. NUMBERS: Enter numbers for direct channel selection. Some products require ENT to be pressed after channel selection. 15. LEARN: Used to setup learning functions. 16. SETUP: Initializes setup of remote and devices. 17. OK: Selects menu items for the device you are controlling. 18. CHANNEL UP/DOWN: Changes the channels. CHAPTER +/-: controls DVD/CD track selection. Note: VCR buttons also control DVD when in DVD mode. 19. EXIT: Exits on-screen menus/returns to previous on-screen selection. 20. INFO: Displays/selects on-screen channel information, etc. 21. INPUT: For some TVs, press repeatedly to select from available viewing sources (antenna, cable box, VCR, etc.). 22. SELECT: For TV, VCR, DVD, Cable (CBL), or Auxiliary device. 23. POWER: Turns device on or off.
1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12.
23. 22. 21. 20. 19. 18. 17. 16. 15. 14. 13.
Note: REC must be pressed twice to record from your VCR. For some VCR brands, you might need to press REC once, then press it again for 3 seconds. Some buttons on the remote might have functions that are referred to by different names on the device you are controlling. These differences depend upon the brand and model of your product. Also, this remote can only operate features that exist on your product.
Button Functions (cont.) DVD Functions
SCAN+ and SCAN- control fast forward and reverse. CHAPTER+ and CHAPTER- locate chapters or tracks on a disc. LAST (REPEAT) performs A-B Repeat (or RPT A.B) for repeat play of current chapter or track. INFO brings up DVD Display or Control Menu for chapter/track/title number, time remaining/elapsed indication, system information, etc. MENU brings up the DVD disk menu screen; use with UP, DOWN, LEFT, and RIGHT. OK is used for on-screen Menu selection. SUBTITLE (CC) Turns subtitles on or off. EXIT Exit on-screen menus and/or return to previous onscreen selection. Note: Not all DVD Players support all functions described above. Your remote operates most (but not all) models and brands of infrared (IR) controlled video equipment. This remote might provide functions not available on your equipment. Some functions (like menus) might not be controlled by this remote. In such cases, use the original remote control for your equipment.
Setup Battery Installation
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.
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., or for instance, between the sofa cushions).
Codes are stored in permanent memory while you are changing batteries so that you will not lose any codes stored in the remote while you are changing batteries.
GUIDE displays on-screen Satellite Channel Guide. CHAPTER+ and CHAPTER- perform the Page+ and Page- function for on-screen guide menus used by some satellite systems. INFO brings up Satellite Display screen for current channel and system information. MENU brings up the Satellite Menu screen; use with the UP, DOWN, LEFT, and RIGHT navigation buttons. OK is used for on-screen menu selection. EXIT is used to exit or clear on-screen menu displays.
The remote powers on in TV mode.
Please refer to Code Search on p. 8 for more information using the code search feature to learn how to search through the library of codes for your products. Note: You can store any kind of code under any mode (except TV). You can store a VCR code under the CBL button, or a DVD code under the VCR button, etc. However, you can only store TV codes under the TV button.
Direct Code Entry
1. Press and hold SETUP until the indicator remains on, then release SETUP. 2. Repeatedly press SELECT to select the desired mode (TV, VCR, etc.), unless the desired mode is already selected. 3. Enter the 4-digit code from the code tables (on separate sheet). Note: After a valid code entry, the indicator turns off. For an invalid code, the indicator flashes. 4. Press CHANNEL UP. If the device responds, no further programming is required. Note: If some buttons do not operate your equipment, try one of the other codes for your brand.
Code Search by Brand
Lets you search for a code for a specific Brand within the Code Library for a particular manufacturer. 1. Turn on the device (TV, VCR, etc.) to be controlled. 2. Press and hold SETUP until the indicator remains on, then release SETUP. 3. Repeatedly press SELECT to select the desired mode (TV, VCR, etc.), unless the desired mode is already selected. 4. Press and release the numeric button (0-9) corresponding to desired Manufacturer (see table on code list sheet). The green indicator blinks off once. Note, pressing 0 performs a full library search same as normal Code Search Method on previous page. 5. Press the CHANNEL UP button ((or POWER or PLAY (VCR only)) repeatedly until the device to be controlled changes channel. The green indicator blinks off with each button press. If you accidentally overshoot the code required, press the CHANNEL DOWN button to backtrack through the library until the device changes channel. Pressing CHANNEL UP changes direction to forward again. 6. Press and release MUTE to install the code. Brand Search Method entry is now complete. Note: When all codes under a Brand have been searched the indicator flashes rapidly for 3 seconds.
If your product does not respond after you have tried all the codes for your brand or if your brand is not listed, try searching for your code by following these steps. 1. Turn on the device (TV, VCR, etc.) to be controlled. 2. Press and hold SETUP until the indicator remains on, then release SETUP. 3. Repeatedly press SELECT to select the desired mode (TV, VCR, etc.), unless the desired mode is already selected. 4. Press CHANNEL UP repeatedly (up to 300 times) until the device to be controlled changes channels. The indicator blinks off with each button press. 5. Press and release MUTE to install the code. Most users store VCR codes under VCR. Cable codes appear under CBL (Cable), etc. If you want to store a VCR code under CBL, first follow the procedure for Direct Code Entry and select CBL in Step 2 of Direct Code Entry. Then enter any VCR code in Step 3 of Direct Code Entry. Then follow the steps above for Code Search. Note: If the device does not have a CHANNEL UP button, use PLAY (VCR only) or POWER instead. Code search begins from the currently stored 4-digit number under that mode.
Code Identification Feature
The Code Identification Feature lets you identify the 4digit library code stored under your device key. If you want to find what 4-digit code is stored under any device mode, follow these steps. 1. Press and hold SETUP until the indicator remains on, then release SETUP. 2. Repeatedly press SELECT to select the desired mode (TV, VCR, etc.), unless the desired mode is already selected. 3. Press and release SETUP. The indicator blinks. 4. To find the first digit for the code stored under the mode selected in Step 2, press each number button (0-9). When the indicator blinks off, the number you pressed is the first code digit you are searching for. 5. To find the second digit, repeat Step 4. When the indicator blinks off, this is the second digit. 6. Repeat Step 4 to find the third and fourth digits. 9
The Favorites feature is what really sets this remote apart from other remotes. It lets you go to your favorite channel(s) by simply pressing a button next to a sticker (or label) that represents that favorite channel. 1. Press and hold SETUP until the indicator remains on, then release SETUP. 2. Repeatedly press SELECT to select the desired mode (TV, VCR, etc.), unless the desired device is already selected. This sets the device that this favorite button controls. 3. Press one of the 10 FAVORITE buttons to set up a favorite channel. Lets say we select the top righthand FAVORITE button. 4. Enter the channel number for this favorite channel. Note: You can use up to 5 buttons, including 0 through 9, OK, and - to enter your favorite channel: 550, 472Enter, 162OK, 5-7, etc., are examples. 5. Press SETUP when youve finished entering the channel. After setting up your favorite, do the following. 6. Attach the sticker that represent the favorite channel you set up above to the location next to that FAVORITE button. (In the example on p. 11, weve used a CNN sticker for the top right-hand FAVORITE button.) Follow Steps 1 through 6 to set up more favorites, each time selecting a different FAVORITE button in Step 3, and entering a different channel number in Step 4. Then place the appropriate sticker next to the FAVORITE button, as in Step 6. To go to your favorite channel, simply press the FAVORITE button next to the sticker that represents the icon for that channel.
Setting Favorites (cont.)
FA VORITE buttons
FA VORITE icons
Note: If you cant find a sticker for one of your favorites, go to www.wikipedia.org to find labels for your favorites. Do a search by using the key words television logos. Find the logo you need. Right-click the logo and save this logo somewhere on your computer. Print the logo. If the logo needs adjustment, you can use Microsoft Paint, etc. Cut out the logo and paste it next to your FAVORITE button.
Adjusting the Delay Between Digits
You might need to adjust the time between digits sent for a favorite channel. If the delay is too long you might point the remote away from your device before all the digits have been sent. If the delay is too short your device might not respond. 1. Press and hold SETUP until the indicator remains on, then release SETUP. 2. Press and release PLAY. The indicator blinks, then stays on. 3. Press and release a number from 0 to 9. 0 is no delay and 9 is the longest delay.
Setup Programming Combo Device Codes
Some combo (combination) devices (TV/VCR, TV/DVD, DVD/VCR, etc.) require you to set up 2 different modes to control both parts of the combo. For example, if you have a TV/DVD combo, you might need to set up one code under the TV mode to control the TV and a separate code (under other modes) to control the DVD.
Setup (cont.) Setting ALL Volume/Mute Controls to Any Mode
You can set all modes to punch-through to any mode for Volume/Mute control without needing to change to that mode by doing the following. 1. Press and hold SETUP until the indicator remains on, then release SETUP. 2. Press and hold MUTE until the indicator blinks off, then release the button. 3. Press and release SELECT to select the desired mode (TV, VCR, etc.) for Volume/Mute control; the indicator blinks, then stays on. 4. Press and release MUTE; the indicator turns off. Note: The indicator will blink rapidly for 3 seconds if the mode you have selected does not have Volume/ Mute control. 5. All other modes will now punch-through to your chosen mode for Volume/Mute control.
VCR/DVD/DVR Punch-Through Feature
This remote allows the 6 VCR buttons (PLAY, PAUSE, STOP, SCAN+, SCAN-, and REC) to punch-through (transmit or hand-over) control from any mode programmed with TV or Cable codes to the last VCR, DVD, or DVR mode used. For example, if you have 2 DVD, VCR, or DVR devices programmed into this remote, the last device you used controls the 6 VCR buttons. Note: This feature will not operate if the programmed TV, SAT or Cable code has its own VCR transport button control e.g. a TV Combo, SAT/PVR, etc.
Setting Any Mode to Use its Own Volume/ Mute Control
You can set any mode to use only its own Volume/Mute control. Note: If your chosen mode does not have Volume/Mute functions, then this remotes VOLUME and MUTE will not operate. 1. Press and hold SETUP until the indicator remains on, then release SETUP. 2. Press and hold MUTE until the indicator blinks off, then release the button. 3. Press and release SELECT to select the desired mode (TV, VCR, etc.); the indicator blinks, then stays on. 4. Press and release VOLUME- (down); the indicator blinks, then stays on. 5. Press and release MUTE; the indicator turns off. 6. All modes will now punch-through to the respective modes you have chosen for Volume/ Mute control.
Volume/Mute Control and Punch-Through Feature
Your remote allows you to select which device mode controls VOLUME and MUTE. This remote is initially set for all device modes to use their own Volume/Mute control if present. If the programmed code does not have Volume/Mute operation, then VOLUME and MUTE will punchthrough (hand-over) control to the TV-mode device without you needing to change to TV mode. Note: Any mode chosen for Volume/Mute control must have its own Volume/Mute function or else VOLUME and MUTE will not function.
Your remote is equipped with an easy learning feature that lets it learn features (such as RANDOM PLAY from your original CD remote).
Tips On Learning (cont.) Keys that you normally give a quick press (like the
numbers, and channel up/down) will likely require a quick press when learning. If after learning, say, the channel-up key, you find that it changes multiple channels when pressed once, try relearning it with a short key press. If learning the first or second keys results in continuous errors, then try the following: 1. Check that the IR transmitters/sensors are correctly aligned between the two remotes (see next page). 2. Adjust the distance between the two remotes to be closer (1/2 an inch) or further away (2 inches) from each other. 3. Try learning the original remote keys again. 4. If problems reoccur with the same button, check the original remote key being learned does it transmit? Does it operate the target device? 5. Clear all learned settings and try learning again. If problems reoccur with the same button, check the original remote button being learned to see if there is transmission. Try learning that button under a different cleared mode, if necessary. If the remote learns, then this situation is likely a different code type from others and cannot be learned under the same mode.
Tips On Learning
You can only learn one device type under any one mode button e.g. only learn TV codes under the TV mode, VCR codes under the VCR mode, etc. If you are trying to learn from a universal type original remote, it might have more than one code type stored under a mode. Try learning from another remote to see if theres a problem with the type or band of remote you are trying to learn from. Keep the following in mind about learning codes. Some functions from some types of remotes might not be able to be learned. No functions may be learned under the LEARN, SETUP, and SELECT keys. Use fresh batteries for both your new remote and your original remote. Keep at least 3 feet away from incandescent or lowenergy lights when learning. Place the original remote end-to-end with your new remote so the IR transmitter (at the top) on your original remote points at the IR learning device on the bottom of your new remote. Keep the distance between the two remotes to approximately 1 inch. Line up the remotes and then press the key you want to learn. To get the correct range, press the key on the remote you are learning. Do not change the distance between the two remotes until you have learned all the required keys. When Learning, do not release the button being Learned until the indicator has blinked off for half a second. However, some keys might be learned multiple times if you do this. If this happens, just tap the key you want to learn rather than press and hold it. For example, keys that you normally hold down for awhile (like volume up or down) will likely require a long press when learning.
IR Transmitter Finder
This feature assists you in identifying where your original remotes infrared (IR) transmitter is located. This feature is particularly useful if your original remotes IR transmitter is hidden behind a lens. 1. Point your remotes so that the top of your existing remote faces the bottom of your new remote and the remotes are about 1 inch apart (see picure on next page). 2. Press and hold SETUP until the indicator remains on, then release SETUP. 3. Repeatedly press and release SELECT to select the desired mode (TV, VCR, etc.). 4. Press and release LEARN; the indicator blinks, then stays on. 5. Press and hold any original remote button and move the original remote to the left and right and/or up and down in front of the IR transmitter. Note1: The indicator will remain on if there is not any IR from the original remote. The indicator will blink on and off more rapidly when the IR transmitters are lining up. The point where the indicator blinks most rapidly is where the two IR transmitters are aligned. Note2: Some original remotes only transmit IR on the initial button press and then stop transmitting IR. Quickly press and release the original remote button repeatedly during this procedure in such cases.
The learning feature lets your remote learn functions from your original remote control. 1. Press and hold SETUP until the indicator remains on, then release SETUP. 2. Repeatedly press and release SELECT to select the desired mode (TV, VCR, etc.). 3. Press and release LEARN; the indicator blinks, then stays on. 4. Press and release the button that you want to learn (for instance, POWER). 5. Point your original remote at the bottom of your new remote until they are about 1 inch apart. 6. Press and hold the original remote button (for instance, Power) until the indicator blinks once, then stays on. If there is a learning problem, the indicator blinks for 3 seconds and stays on. If this happens, repeat Steps 4 to 6. 7. Repeat Steps 4-6 for other buttons you want your remote to learn. 8. Press and release SETUP when all desired remote commands are learned. Code learning is now complete.
Line up your remotes (that youre learning from) in front of the learning remote on a hard surface approx. 1-inch apart.
Clearing Commands To Clear All Learned Commands Under a Mode
Clearing learned commands is helpful if you replace your CD player with another brand or model, for example. If your remote had learned a feature (such as RANDOM PLAY) from your old CD players original remote, that feature would no longer work for your new CD player. If you want to remove or clear one or more learned commands, do the following. 1. Press and hold SETUP until the indicator remains on, then release SETUP. 2. Press and release SELECT to select the mode you want to clear (TV, VCR, etc.). 3. Press and release LEARN twice. The indicator blinks off. 4. Press and release SETUP. The indicator turns off. All learned commands under that mode are now cleared.
When in TV mode, INPUT performs the INPUT sourceswitch function. When in a mode that has been programmed for VCR, INPUT performs the TV/VCR antenna-switch function. When in a mode that has been programmed for Cable, INPUT performs the A.B-switch function. When in a mode that has been programmed for DVD, INPUT performs the DVD-setup function. When in a mode that has been programmed for SAT, INPUT performs theTV/SAT switch function.
Master Clear Master Clear - To Clear All Learned Commands Under All Modes
1. Press and hold SETUP until the indicator remains on, then release SETUP. 2. Press and release LEARN twice. The indicator blinks off. 3. Press and release SETUP. The indicator turns off. All learned commands in the remote are now cleared.
Troubleshooting Remote does not operate your product
1. Select the mode for the product you want to control. 2. Program the remote with a new code. 3. Install new batteries in the remote. (You might have to reprogram your remote after installing new batteries.) 4. If these steps do not work, the remote might not be compatible with your product.
Limited Lifetime Warranty
The manufacturer warrants that this product shall be free from defects in material, workmanship and assembly, under normal use, in accordance with the specifications and warnings, for as long as you own this product. This warranty extends only to the original purchaser of the product, and is nontransferable. Defective products, together with the dated proof of purchase, must be returned to the place of purchase for repair or replacement. THERE ARE NO OTHER EXPRESS WARRANTIES. Incidental and consequential damages are disclaimed where permitted by law. This warranty gives you specific legal rights, and you may also have other rights which vary from state to state. Made in China. Quality Assured in USA. Ledgewood, NJ 07852
Remote does not operate some features of your product
1. Program remote with a new code. 2. If this does not work, your remote might not be able to operate all features of your product or the button names might be different than your products.
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