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Operating Manual For Easy Clicker
Universal Remote Control, Inc.
This remote control is designed to operate most Digital and Analog Cable Boxes, as well as TVs, and a VCR or DVD player.
2 Replacing Batteries
Before you program or operate the remote control, you must install two new AAA alkaline batteries.
STEP1 Remove the battery compartment cover from the
back of your remote control. STEP2 Check battery polarity carefully, and install the batteries as shown in the illustration below. STEP3 Replace the battery compartment cover.
Install two AAA alkaline batteries as shown here
3 Button Functions
4 Programming the Remote Control.
*Note : In this section, when you are instructed to press a [DEVICE] button, that means you should press either the CBL, TV, or DVD button, depending on which device you are programming the remote to operate.
A. Manual Programming
The remote control can be programmed by entering a threedigit code number that corresponds to particular brands and models of equipment. The three-digit code numbers are listed in the code tables sections of this instruction manual.
STEP1 Turn on the equipment that you want the remote
control to operate Cable Box, TV and DVD(VCR).
STEP2 Press the [DEVICE] button and the [OK/SEL]
button simultaneously for three seconds. The corresponding device LED will turn on indicating that it is ready to be programmed. The LED will remain on for 20 seconds. The next step must be entered while the LED is on.
STEP3 Point the remote control toward the equipment
and enter the three-digit code number assigned to your brand from the code tables. If there are more than one three-digit number listed for your brand, try one code number at a time until your equipment turns off. *Note : You can verify that you have selected the correct code by pressing the [MUTE] button. The equipment should turn on or off.
STEP4 Store the three-digit code by pressing the same
[DEVICE] button once again. The device LED will blink twice to confirm that the code has been stored. *Note : Try all the functions on the remote control. If any of the functions do not operate as they should, repeat the instructions from Step 2 using the next three-digit code number from the same brand list.
B. Auto Search Method
If none of the three digit code numbers assigned to your brand of equipment works, or the code table does not list your brand, you can use the Auto Search Method to find the correct three-digit code number for your equipment by following steps:
control to operate (Cable Box, TV, VCR, or DVD).
button simultaneously for three seconds. The device LED will turn on indicating that it is ready to be programmed. The LED will remain on for 20 seconds. The next step must be entered while the LED is on. STEP3 Press the [CH+] or [CH-] button one at a time or keep it pressed. The remote will emit a series of Power ON/OFF code signals. Release the [CH+] or [CH-] button as soon as the equipment turns off. *Note : You can verify that you selected the correct code by pressing the [MUTE] button. The equipment should turn On or Off.
STEP4 Press the same [DEVICE] button to store the
code. The Device LED will blink twice to confirm that the code has been stored.
C. To find the Thr ee-Digit Code that W as Pr ogrammed using the Auto Sear ch Method
STEP1 Press the appropriate [DEVICE] button and the
[OK/SEL] button simultaneously for three seconds. The device LED will turn on for 20 seconds. The next step must be performed while the LED is on.
STEP2 Press the [INFO] button. The device LED will blink
a number of times indicating the number of each digit for the code. Each digit is separated by a one second interval of the LED being off. Example : One blink, then three blinks, then eight blinks indicates the code number 138. *Note : Ten blinks indicates the number 0.
D. Programming a Second TV to the DVD Button
STEP1 Press the [DVD] button and the [OK/SEL] button
simultaneously for 3 seconds. The DVD LED will turn on for 20 seconds. The next step must be performed while the LED is on.
STEP2 Press the [TV] button. STEP3 Point the remote control toward the TV and enter the
three-digit code for your TV from the TV codes table.
STEP4 Store the three-digit code by pressing the [DVD]
button. The device LED will blink twice to confirm that the code has been stored.
E. Programming for Advanced Functions.
In the CABLE device mode, the A,B,C,D and blank macro buttons can be programmed to act as a 'Macro' or Favorite Channel button. This allows you to program up to five 2-digit channels, four 3-digit channels or three 4-digit channels that can be accessed with ONE button press. *Note : The A,B,C and D buttons are not programmable if you have a Digital Cable Box made by Pace, Pioneer or Scientific-Atlanta.
STEP1 Press the [CBL] button to select the CBL mode. STEP2 Press the [MACRO] button and [OK/SEL] button
simultaneously for 3 seconds. The [CBL] button will turn on for 20 seconds.
STEP3 Enter the the 2, 3 or 4-digit code for the channel you
want programmed first (for example, 007) using the Number Pad, then press the [STOP] button. Then enter the code for the next channel (for example, 050), then press the [STOP] button. Repeat this process for the third channel. The [CBL] button will blink once for each channel entered.
STEP4 Press the [CH+] button to store the channels that
were selected. The [CBL] button will blink twice to confirm the storage of commands.
To access the programmed channels, press the [MACRO] button once. This will bring up the first channel. Press once again and it will bring up the second channel. Press again and it will bring up the third channel. To erase the Macro programming and return to the original function: STEP1 Press the [CBL] button to select the CABLE mode.
STEP2 Press a [MACRO] button and the [OK/SEL] button simultaneously for 3 seconds. The CBL device LED will turn on for 20 seconds. The next step must be performed while the LED is on. STEP3 Press the [CH+] button to erase the functions stored in the button. The CBL device LED will blink twice to confirm that the memory button has been erased.
F. Assigning the Volume and Mute keys to a Different Device
By default, the VOL+, VOL- and MUTE keys operate through your TV. If you would like those keys to operate those functions on a different device, follow these steps.
STEP1 Press the [OK/SEL] button and [CBL] button
simultaneously for three seconds. The device LED will turn on for 20 seconds. The next step must be performed while the LED is on.
STEP2 Press the [VOL +] button. The device LED will
STEP3 Press the [DEVICE] button corresponding to the
device that you would like the volume and mute buttons to control. The device LED will blink twice to confirm the programming. Example : If you wish to have the volume and mute keys operate your Cable Box, press the [CBL] button in Step3.
G. Assigning the Channel keys to a Different Device
By default, the CH+, CH-, NUMERIC and LAST keys operate through your Cable Box. If you would like those keys to operate those functions on a different device, follow these steps.
STEP2 Press the [VOL -] button. The device LED will blink. STEP3 Press the [TV] button. The device LED will blink
twice to confirm the programming. *Note : If you wish to have the channel keys operate your Cable Box, press the [CBL] button instead of the [TV] button in Step 3.
H. Assigning the VCR/DV D VOD keys to control your VCR or DVD
By default, the REW, Play, FF, Record, Stop and Pause keys operate VOD (Video On Demand) through your Cable Box. If you would like those keys to operate those functions on your DVD or VCR, press the PLAY button for 3 seconds until the DVD/VCR button lights. To return to your Cable Box control, press the PLAY key again for 3 seconds until the CBL button lights.
I. Low Battery Warning
When the battery is low (2.3V-2.0V) and needs to be replaced with fresh batteries, device LED will blink 2 times in sequence whenever a [DEVICE] button is pressed to turn on equipment.
J. Memory Lock System.
This remote control is designed to retain programmed memory for 10 years even after batteries are removed from the remote control. For additional information about your remote control, go to www.universalremote.com
5 Set-up Code Tables
CONVERTER MAKER(BRAND) NAME CISCO/SA EXPLORER Series 8600X 8600 8540,8570,IPN Series MOTOROLA DCT Series (DVR Model) VIP Series GENERAL INSTRUMENT DCT Series,DCH Series, CFT2200 DL4,DQNV/DRX,DPBB,DPV/DP/DQN,DRZ JERROLD BMC9012/BMC9022 DSR470 CFT2000 DRZ DL4,DP(V),DQN(V),DPBB DRX Some Model DL4,DQNV/DRX,DPBB,DPV/DP/DQN,DRZ ADB ADB Series ADB5810WX AMINO AmiNET Series A125, A130, A530 A110 AT&T U-VERSE CISCO RNG200 IPN Series CIS330, CIS430 COMCAST RNG200 DIGEO 2056-MSX DIRECTV HR20,HR21 ENTONE URC PLUS HAMLIN CR6000 CR6600,6800,CR83 CRX5000 MOXI MOXI MEDIA CENTER MOXI HD DVR 2056-MSX MYRIO Evo Series NFUSION NUVENIO SD PHOENIX, NUVENIO HD, SOLARIS, NOVA NOW TV NOWTV NSC IM781R IM781
CODE No 055
CONVERTER MAKER(BRAND) NAME OAK SIGMAONE, P1,P2,P3, SIGMA 2000 RTC56,RKDM SIGMA 2001,2002 SIGMA 450,500,550 PACE 500 Series TDC Series DTA Series 510 PANASONIC 140,145,170,175 110,120,130,150,160 PIONEER VOYAGER Series BA9000 BA4100,4200,4500 BA-V1000 REGENCY ALL MODELS SAMSUNG OCAP MODELS
SKY SONY TELNET TOCOM WEGENER ZENITH SKY+HD SKY HD DHG-M55CV RC-RW5503A SMD 515 MN2500 PM Z-TAC
CODE No 033 034
MAKER(BRAND) NAME ADMIRAL ADVENT AIWA AKAI AKIO ALARON AMARK AMERICA ACTION AMPRO ANAM AOC APEX APEX DIGITAL AQUAVISION AUDIOVOX AVION BAYSONIC BELL&HOWELL BENQ BRADFORD BROKSONIC CAIRN CANDLE CAPEHART CARVER CELEBRITY CETRONIC CINERAL CITIZEN CLASSIC CONCERTO CONTEC CORONADO CRAIG CROSLEY CROWN CURTIS MATHES CXC DAEWOO DAYTRON DELL DENON DIGITAL PROJECTION DUMONT DWIN DYNASTY CODE NUMBER (3 DIGIT) LIST
MAKER(BRAND) NAME DYNATECH FISHER ELECTROBAND ELECTROHOME ELEMENT EMERSON CODE NUMBER (3 DIGIT) LIST
121 ENVISION 070 EPSON ESA 031 FUJITSU 217 FUNAI FUTURETECH 043 GATEWAY GE GEM 031 GIBRALTER GOLDSTAR GRUNPY HAIER HALL MARK 004 HANNSPREE 099 HARLEY DAVIDSON 028 HARMAN KARDON 164 HARVARD 043 HISENSE HITACHI HP 098 HUMAX 122 HYUNDAI ILO INFINITY 164 INFOCUS INKEL 129 INSIGNIA INTEQ 073 JBL 164 JCB 001 JCPENNEY JENSEN 013 JVC 227 KENWOOD KLEGG 220 KLOSS KREISEN 202
MAKER(BRAND) NAME KTV LG LODGENET LOEWE LOGIK LUXMAN LXI MAGNAVOX
MAJESTIC MARANTZ MATSUI MATSUSHITA MAXENT MEGATRON MEMOREX METZ MGA MIDLAND MINERVA MINTEK MINUTZ MITSUBISHI MOTOROLA MTC MULTITECH NAD NEC NIKEI NIKKO NIKO NORCENT NTC NUVISION OLEVIA ONKING ONWA OPTIMUS OPTOMA OPTONICA ORION PANASONIC PHILCO PHILIPS PIONEER
CODE NUMBER (3 DIGIT) LIST
MAKER(BRAND) NAME POLAROID PORTLAND PRISM PROSCAN PROTON PROTRON PROVIEW PROX QUASAR RADIO SHACK RCA
REALISTIC REVOLUTION HD RUNCO SAMPO SAMSUNG SANSEI SANSUI SANYO SCEPTRE SCOTCH SCOTT SEARS SELECO SEMIVOX SEMP SHARP SHERWOOD SIGNATURE SOLE SONY SOUNDESIGN SOYO SPECTRICON SPECTRONIQ SQUAREVIEW SSS STARLITE SUPRE MACY SUPREME SVA SYLVANIA SYMPHONIC SYNTAX OLEVIA
MAKER(BRAND) NAME TANDY TATUNG TECHNICS TECHNOL ACE TECHVIEW TECHWOOD TEKNIKA TELERENT TERA THOMPSON TNCI TMK TOSHIBA TOTEVISION TRUTECH UNIVERSAL VIDEO CONCEPTS VIDIKRON VIDTECH VIEWSONIC VIORE VISCO VIZIO WARDS
WESTINGHOUSE WINBOOK YAMAHA YORK YUPITERU ZENITH ZONDA
MAKER(BRAND) NAME ADMIRAL AIKO AIWA AKAI AMERICA ACTION AMERICAN HIGH AMPRO ANAM ASHA AUDIO DYNAMICS AUDIOVOX BEAUMARK BROKSONIC CALIX CANON CAPEHART CCE CINERAL CITIZEN COLT CRAIG CURTIS MATHES CYBERNEX DAEWOO DAYTRON DIMENSIA DBX DYNATECH ELECTROHOME ELECTROPHONIC EMERSON CODE NUMBER (3 DIGIT) LIST
FISHER FUJI 031 FUNAI 034 GARRARD 034 GE GO VIDEO 136 GOLDSTAR 114 HARLEY DAVIDSON 034 HARMAN KARDON HARWOOD 024 HITACHI 156 031
MAKER(BRAND) NAME HQ HUGHES INSTANTREPLAY JCL JCPENNEY JENSEN JVC KEC KENWOOD KLH KODAK LG LLOYD LOGIK LXI MAGIN MAGNASONIC MAGNAVOX MARANTZ MARTA MATSUI MATSUSHITA MEI MEMOREX CODE NUMBER (3 DIGIT) LIST
040 MGA MGN TECHNOLOGY 040 MINOLTA MITSUBISHI MOTOROLA MTC MULTITECH NEC 039 NIKKO 101 NOBLEX 040 NORDMENDE 043 OLYMPUS 031 OPTIMUS OPTONICA ORION 025 PANASONIC 234 PENTAX PHILCO 067 025
MAKER(BRAND) NAME PHILIPS PILOT PIONEER PORTLAND PROFITRONIC PROTEC QUARTZ QUASAR RADIO SHACK RADIX RANDEX RCA CODE NUMBER (3 DIGIT) LIST
REALISTIC RICO SALORA 014 SAMSUNG SANKY 053 SANSUI SANYO SCOTT SEARS 034 SHARP SHINTOM 024 SHOGUN 040 SIGNATURE 034 SINGER 024 SONY 034 SOUNDESIGN 034 STS 013 SYLVANIA SYMPHONIC 034 TANDY TATUNG 023 TEAC TECHNICS TEKNIKA THOMAS 034 TMK TOSHIBA TOTEVISION UNITECH 040 VECTOR RESEARCH 012
MAKER(BRAND) NAME VIDEO CONCEPTS VIDEOSONIC WARDS WESTING HOUSE XR-1000 YAMAHA ZENITH CODE NUMBER (3 DIGIT) LIST
*Note : For TV/VCR & TV/DVD combination units, Please use following steps to operate the volume control.
STEP1 Press the [CBL] button and the [OK/SEL] button
simultaneously for 3 seconds. The device LED will turn on for 20 seconds. The next step must be performed while the LED is on.
STEP2 Press the [VOL+] button. STEP3 Press the [DVD] button. The CBL device LED will
blink twice to confirm the programming.
MAKER(BRAND) NAME ADCOM AIWA AKAI ALPINE APEX DIGITAL ARCAM AUDIOVOX BOSE CAMBRIDGE AUDIO CARY AUDIO DESIGN CLASSE COBY CYBERHOME DAEWOO DENON DURABRAND EMERSON ESA FUNAI GE GOLDSTAR GO VIDEO GRADIENTE HARMAN KARDON HITACHI HITEKER ICREALTIME INSIGNIA INTEGRA JVC KENWOOD KISS KLH KOSS KRELL LEXICON LG LITEON MAGNAVOX MARANTZ MCINTOSH MEMOREX MERIDIAN CODE NUMBER (3 DIGIT) LIST
MAKER(BRAND) NAME MINTEK MITSUBISHI MOXI MYRYAD NAD ONKYO OPPO OPTIMUS ORITRON PANASONIC PARASOUND PHILIPS PIONEER POLAROID PRIMARE PROCEED PROSCAN RCA SANSUI SANYO SAMSUNG SENSORY SCIENCE SHARP SHERWOOD SONY SPECTRONIQ SUPERSCAN SV2000 SYLVANIA SYMPHONIC TAG McLaren TECHNICS THETA DIGITAL TOSHIBA TRUTECH VENTURER VINC YAMAHA ZENITH CODE NUMBER (3 DIGIT) LIST
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