Universal Remote Control UR5U-8820L
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|brackxs||6:39am on Sunday, October 10th, 2010|
|Good deal Amazon is usually cheaper than any stores. The delivery is very fast. Its has 6.65gb when i got it it shipped really fast and everything on the touch is normal nothing out of place Must reconmmed|
|kadiyala_r1975||3:06pm on Thursday, October 7th, 2010|
|wont charge off of my old ipod photo wall charger unit. these newer ipods dont come with some of the accessories that the older ones did. You should invest in a case because your going to want to protect this bad boy, another thing to invest in is a screen protector. Exactly what I needed so I have my music, e-books, and apps in one place, thats not my phone Battery life is a little cheezy.|
|jradalberto||11:24am on Wednesday, August 11th, 2010|
|Music and Movies Great Sound, Easy To Set Up, Sleek/Compact, Lots of Storage, Long Battery Life The only thing I have to say bad about this product is the battery life is too short, otherwise I love everything about it!! Simple Controls. Never owned anything like the apple touch - love it. Great Sound, Easy To Set Up, Sleek/Compact, Lots of Storage, Reliable Performance.|
|alienyak||10:42am on Saturday, July 24th, 2010|
|iPhone WiFi Hack iPhone WiFi Hack ; VISIT : http://iphonewifi.blogspot.com iPhone WiFi Hack ; VISIT : http://iphonewifi.blogspot.com Despite some minor hardware omissions and issues.|
|AAvella||2:33am on Sunday, July 4th, 2010|
|This model of the touch, easily handles the storage and management of about 400 compact discs worth of music, with about 16 gb leftover. Love it. At first the battery was not lasting. I would recommend to turn off the functions you are not using, otherwise it eats up battery life.|
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Operating Instructions For
The CLIKR -5 UR5U-8820 is designed to operate the Motorola, Scientific-Atlanta, Pioneer, Pace Micro and Samsung digital set tops, plus the majority of TV, VCR, DVD and AUDIO equipment on the market as shown below. CABLE : Cable Converters TV : Televisions VCR : VCRs and TV/VCRs DVD: DVD Players AUX : Audio Receivers and DVRs, etc.
4 Button Functions
Cable Remote Control
STEP2 Press the [COMPONENT] button (TV, VCR, DVD or AUX) to be programmed and [OK/SEL] button simultaneously for 3 seconds. The Component LED light will turn on for 30 seconds indicating the unit is ready to be programmed. STEP3 Point the remote control toward the Component and enter the 3-digit code number assigned to your brand. *Note : If the 3-digit code number you just entered is correct, the Component will turn Off. If it did not turn Off, continue entering code numbers listed for that brand until the Component turns Off. STEP4 After youve entered the correct code number and the Component has turned Off, press the [POWER] button to turn the Component back On. Now its time to test the VOLUME and MUTE buttons for the TV (or PLAY and STOP buttons for VCR and DVD) to make sure they all work. If any of the functions do not work as they should, repeat from STEP 3 using the next 3-digit code number listed for that brand. STEP5 Once you have found the correct 3-digit code, save it by pressing the same [COMPONENT] button one more time. The Component LED light will blink twice to confirm that the code was successfully stored. Now, program the rest of your Components by repeating STEPS 1-5. *Note : If the Pre-Programmed Method did not work, or if the Code Tables do not list your Component brand, use the AutoSearch Method as explained in Section B.
STEP5 Save the code. (Same as for 3-Digit Code Programming Method - Section A). Now, repeat the Auto-Search Method for those Components you could not program earlier with the Pre-Programmed Method.
E. Programming the System On/Off Button
This allows you to program the System On/Off button so it can send up to five power On/Off commands with one button press. STEP1 Press the [CBL] button. STEP2 Press the [SYSTEM ON/OFF] button and the [OK/SEL] button simultaneously for 3 seconds. The [CBL] button will turn on for 30 seconds. STEP3 Press the first [COMPONENT] button you want to store in the [SYSTEM ON/OFF] button and then the [POWER] button. Repeat this for other Components until you have stored all the desired power commands into the [SYSTEM ON/OFF] button. STEP4 Press the [CH+] button to save the power commands you stored. The [CBL] button will blink twice to confirm the commands have been saved.
STEP2 Press the [VOL +] button. STEP3 Press the [TV] button. The Component LED will blink twice to confirm the programming. To return to original state: If you wish to restore the CBL volume control in CBL mode, repeat the above steps but press [CBL] in STEP3.
C. Finding a Component Buttons Setup Code Number
If you used the Auto-Search Method to program a Component, you may not know what the correct code number is. Here is a way for you to identify the code number, so you can record it for future reference. STEP1 Press the [COMPONENT] button (TV, VCR, DVD or AUX) you want to verify and the [OK/SEL] button simultaneously for 3 seconds. The Component LED light will turn on for 30 seconds. STEP2 Press the [INFO] button and count the number of times the Component LED light blinks. This number indicates the first digit of the code, followed by the second and third, each separated by a one second pause when the LED will turn off. *Note : 10 blinks represents the number zero. Example : One blink, (pause), eight blinks, ( pause) and three blinks, indicates code number 183.
H. Programming a Macro button
In CABLE mode, the M button can be programmed to act as a Macro. This allows you to program from one up to three separate channels that can be accessed by simply pressing the programmed Macro button. STEP1 Press the [CBL] button to select the CBL mode. STEP2 Press the [M] button and [OK/SEL] button simultaneously for 3 seconds. The [CBL] button will turn on for 30 seconds. STEP3 Enter the 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 [M] 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.
2 Replacing Batteries
Before you program or operate the remote control, you must install two new AA alkaline batteries. STEP1 Remove the battery compartment cover on 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.
F. Programming Channel Control
You can program the channel controls (Channel Up, Channel Down, Last and Numbers) from one Component to operate in another Component mode. Default channel control settings on the remote control are as follows: CBL : CBL DVD : DVD T V : CBL AUX : AUX VCR : CBL
D. AUX Function: Programming a 5 Component
If you wish to store the TV channel control in TV mode, use the following steps. STEP1 Press the [TV] button and the [OK/SEL] button simultaneously for 3 seconds. The [TV] Component LED will turn on for 30 seconds. STEP2 Press the [VOL -] button. STEP3 Press the [TV] button again. The Component LED will blink twice to confirm the programming. To return to original state: If you wish to restore the CABLE channel control in TV mode, repeat the above steps but press [CBL] in STEP3.
You can take advantage of the AUX function to program a 5th Component such as a second TV, VCR, DVD or Audio Component. STEP1 Turn on the 5 th Component you want to program (TV, VCR, DVD or Audio). STEP2 Press the [AUX] button and the [OK/SEL] button simultaneously for 3 seconds.The [AUX] Component LED will turn on for 30 seconds. STEP3 Press the [COMPONENT] button you want to setup. Point the remote control toward the Component and enter the 3-digit code number assigned to your brand. *Note : If the 3-digit code number you just entered is the correct number, the Component will turn Off. If it did not turn Off, continue entering code numbers listed for that brand until the Component turns Off STEP4 Test functions. (Same as for 3-Digit Code Programming Method - Section A). If any of the functions do not work as they should, you need to find a new code. STEP5 Once you have found the correct 3-digit code, save it by pressing the [AUX] button one more time. The Component LED light will blink twice to confirm the code was stored. Now when you press the AUX button, all the buttons will work with that 5th Component.
B. Auto-Search Method
STEP1 Turn on the Component you want to program (TV, VCR, DVD or AUX).
I. Low Battery Warning
When the batteries are low and need to be replaced with fresh batteries, the Component LED lights will blink 2 times in sequence whenever a [POWER] button is pressed to turn on equipment.
5 Programming the Remote Control 3 Operations
DEFAULT STATE: Component Default: CABLE Channel Default: CABLE channel and numbers through the CABLE. You have the option of controlling your CABLE channel and numbers through the TV or VCR. Refer to section F for programming steps. Volume Default: CABLE volume and mute through the CABLE. You have the option of controlling your CABLE volume and mute through the TV, VCR or DVD. Refer to section G for programming steps. There are two ways you can program your CLIKRTM-5 remote: * The Pre-Programmed 3-Digit Code Method * The Auto-Search Method The Pre-Programmed Code Method allows you to setup all the buttons at once by entering 3-digit code numbers that correspond to a particular Components manufacturer/brand, so its the fastest and easiest of the two methods. (Code Tables are on the backside of this Instruction Sheet.) The Auto-Search Method scans through all the codes in the remote control, one at a time. IMPORTANT SETUP NOTE! This pertains to all programming steps. When you are in setup mode, a component LED will light for 30 seconds.If you do not press a button within 30 seconds, the LED light will turn off and exit setup mode and you will need to start over.
STEP2 Press the [COMPONENT] button (TV, VCR, DVD or AUX) to be programmed and [OK/SEL] button simultaneously for 3 seconds. The Component LED light will turn on for 30 seconds indicating the unit is ready to be programmed. STEP3 Point the remote toward the Component and press the [CH ] or [CH ] button one step at a time or keep it pressed. The remote will emit a series of ON/OFF commands. Release the [CH ] or [CH ] button as soon as the Component turns Off. STEP4 Test functions. (Same as for 3-Digit Code Programming Method - Section A). If any of the functions do not work as they should, repeat from STEP 3 using [CH ] or [CH ] buttons to find the correct code.
G. Programming Volume Control
You can program the volume controls (Volume Up, Volume Down and Mute) from one Component to operate in another Component mode. Default volume control settings on the remote control are as follows: CBL : CBL DVD : TV T V : TV AUX : AUX VCR : TV
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.
If you wish to store the TV volume control in CBL mode, use the following steps. STEP1 Press the [CBL] button and the [OK/SEL] button simultaneously for 3 seconds. The [CBL] Component LED will turn on for 30 seconds.
K. Record Your Component Set-up Codes
TV VCR DVD AUX Set-up Code Number: Set-up Code Number: Set-up Code Number: Set-up Code Number:
Universal Remote Control, Inc.
OCE-0052D REV 02 (04/30/07)
A. Pre-Programmed 3-Digit Code Method
6 Set-up Code Tables
Motorola UR5U-8820L Scientific-Atlanta, Pioneer, Pace Micro, Samsung 001
Set-Up Code Number Manufacturer/Brand
PORTLAND PRISM PROSCAN PROTON PROTRON PULSAR QUASAR RADIO SHACK RCA REALISTIC ROCTEC RUNCO SAMPO SAMSUNG SAMSUX SANSEI SANSUI SANYO SCEPTRE SCOTCH SCOTT SEARS SELECO SHARP SHENG CHIA SHOGUN SIEMENS SIGNATURE SIMPSON SOLE SONY SOUNDESIGN SPECTRICON SQUAREVIEW STARLITE SSS SUPRA SUPRE MACY SUPREME SVA SYLVANIA SYMPHONIC SYNTAX OLEVIA TANDY TATUNG TECHNICS TECHNOL ACE TECHWOOD TEKNIKA TELEFUNKEN TELERENT TERA TMK TNCI TOSHIBA TOTEVISION TVS UNIVERSAL VICTOR VIDEO CONCEPTS VIDIKRON VIDTECH VIEWSONIC VIKING VIZIO WARDS WAYCON WESTINGHOUSE YAMAHA YORK YUPITERU ZENITH ZONDA
Set-Up Code Number
ADVENTURA AIKO AIWA AKAI AMERICA ACTION AMERICAN HIGH AMPRO ANAM ASHA AUDIO DYNAMICS AUDIOVOX BEAUMARK BROKSONIC CALIX CANON CAPEHART CCE CITIZEN COLT CRAIG CURTIS MATHES CYBERNEX DAEWOO DAYTRON DBX DYNATECH ELECTROHOME ELECTROPHONIC EMERSON FISHER FUJI FUNAI GARRARD GE GO VIDEO GOLDSTAR GRADIENTE HARLEY DAVIDSON HARMAN KARDON HARWOOD HITACHI HQ INSTANTREPLAY JCL JCPENNEY JENSEN JVC KEC KENWOOD KLH KODAK LG LLOYD LOGIK LXI MAGIN MAGNAVOX MARANTZ MARTA MATSUI MATSUSHITA MEI MEMOREX MGA MGN TECHNOLOGY MINOLTA MITSUBISHI MOTOROLA MTC MULTITECH NEC NIKKO NOBLEX NORDMENDE OLYMPUS OPTIMUS OPTONICA ORION PANASONIC
PENTAX PHILCO PHILIPS PILOT PIONEER PORTLAND PROFITRONIC PROTEC PULSAR QUARTZ QUASAR RADIO SHACK RADIX RANDEX RCA REALISTIC RICO RUNCO SALORA SAMSUNG SANKY SANSUI SANYO SCOTT SEARS SHARP SHINTOM SHOGUN SIGNATURE SINGER SONY SOUNDESIGN STS SYLVANIA SYMPHONIC TANDY TATUNG TEAC TECHNICS TEKNIKA THOMAS TMK TOSHIBA TOTEVISION UNITECH VECTOR RESEARCH VICTOR VIDEO CONCEPTS VIDEOSONIC VILLAIN WARDS WESTINGHOUSE XR-1000 YAMAHA ZENITH
AIWA AKAI ALLEGRO ALPINE APEX DIGITAL BLAUPUNKT BROKSONIC CINEVISION COBY CYBERHOME DENON DURABRAND DVD 2000 EMERSON ENTERPRISE FISHER FUNAI GE GOLDSTAR GO VIDEO GREENHILL HARMAN KARDON HITACHI HITEKER ILO INITIAL INTEGRA JBL JVC KENWOOD KISS KLH KRELL LITEON LEXICON LG MAGNAVOX MARANTZ MALATA MERIDIAN MICROSOFT MINTEK MITSUBISHI MYRYAD NAD NAKAMICHI NESA ONKYO OPTIMUS OPPO ORION PANASONIC PHILIPS PHILIPS MAGNAVOX PIONEER POLAROID POLK AUDIO PROCEED PROSCAN RCA RIO RJTECH SAMSUNG SANSUI SANYO SEARS SENSORY SCIENCE SHARP SHINSONIC SONIC BLUE SONY SYLVANIA SYMPHONIC TATUNG TEAC TECHNICS TECHWOOD THETA DIGITAL THOMPSON
TOSHIBA URBAN CONCEPTS VENTURER X-BOX YAMAHA ZENITH
ENLIGHTENED AUDIO ESCIENT FISHER FLEXTRONICS FOSGATE AUDIONICS GE GOLDSTAR HARMAN KARDON HITACHI INSIGNIA INTEGRA JAMO JCPENNEY JENSEN JVC KENWOOD KLH KOSS KRELL KYOCERA LEXICON LINN LUXMAN LXI MAGNAVOX MARANTZ MCINTOSH MERIDIAN MITSUBISHI MONDIAL MYRYAD NAD NAKAMICHI NEC NIRO NILES ONKYO OPTIMUS OUTLAW PANASONIC PARASOUND PHILIPS PIONEER POLKAUDIO PROCEED RCA REALISTIC ROTEL RUSSOUND SAMSUNG SANSUI SANYO SCOTT SHARP SHERWOOD SIRIUS SONY SOUNDESIGN SSI SUNFIRE TEAC TECHNICS THETA DIGITAL TOSHIBA XM SATELLITE RADIO YAMAHA ZENITH
ABEX ADMIRAL ADVENT ADVENTURA AIKO ALERON AKAI A MARK AMERICA ACTION AMPRO AMSTRAD ANAM AOC APEX DIGITAL AUDIOVOX AVION BARCO BELCOR BELL&HOWELL BLAUPUNKT BRADFORD BROKSONIC BROCKWOOD CAIRN CANDLE CAPEHART CELEBRITY CENTURION CETRONIC CITIZEN CLARION CLASSIC CLP CLASSIC COLORTYME CONCIERGE CONCERTO CONTEC CORNEA CORONADO CRAIG CROSLEY CROWN CURTIS MATHES CXC DAEWOO DAYTRON DELL DIMENSIA DREAMVISION DUKANE DUMONT DURABRAND DWIN DYNASTY DYNATECH EIKI ELECTROBAND ELECTROHOME ELEKTRA EMERSON ENVISION ESA FISHER FUJITSU FUNAI FUTURETECH GATEWAY
GEM 391 GIBRALTER GOLDSTAR 363 GRUNPY HALL MARK 363 HARLEY DAVIDSON 028 HARVARD 043 HAVERMY 081 HELLO KITTY 076 HIMITSU 043 HISENSE 419 HITACHI 363 HP INFINITY 164 INFOCUS 330 INSIGNIA 403 INTEQ 073 JANEIL 002 JBL 164 JCB 070 JCPENNEY JENSEN 013 JVC 406 KAWASHO 197 KEC 043 KENWOOD KLEGG 466 KLOSS KLOSS NOVABEAM 002 KMC 143 KTV KURAZAI 072 LG LODGENET 072 LOEWE 164 LOGIK 072 LUXMAN 363 LXI 251 MAGNAVOX 363 MAJESTIC MARANTZ MATSUI 164 MATSUSHITA 080 MAXENT 242 MEGATRON 011 MEMOREX 363 METZ 088 MGA 363 MIDLAND MINERVA 088 MINTEK 362 MINUTZ 008 MITSUBISHI 363 MONTGOMERY WARD MOTOROLA 081 MTC MULTITECH 043 NAD NEC NET TV 242 NIKEI 043 NIKKO NTC 103 NUVISION 351 OLEVIA 160 ONKING 043 ONWA 043 OPTIMUS 025 OPTONICA OPTOMA ORION 096 PANASONIC PHILCO PHILIPS 363 PILOT 116 PIONEER POLAROID 388
GO VIDEO CYBERHOME ILO KISS LITEON PANASONIC SENSORY SCIENCE SONY TOSHIBA
AKAI AIWA AUDIOVOX FUNAI INSIGNIA MINTEK SAMSUNG SYLVANIA SYMPHONIC TOSHIBA 143 130
MAGNAVOX PANASONIC SYLVANIA TOSHIBA 143 164
GO VIDEO PANASONIC PHILIPS SAMSUNG SANSUI SONY TOSHIBA ZENITH
105 (VCR Functions for VCR 067) (VCR Functions for VCR101)
AMERICA ACTION DAEWOO EMERSON FUNAI GOLDSTAR HARLEY DAVIDSON HITACHI JCPENNEY LG LLOYD MAGNAVOX MEMOREX PANASONIC PHILIPS RADIO SHACK RCA SEARS SONY SYLVANIA SYMPHONIC THOMAS ZENITH 034
ADC ADCOM AIWA AKAI AMC ANGSTROM ANTHEM ARCAM ATLANTIC TECHNOLOGY AUDIO FILE AUDIO MATRIX AUDIO TECHNICA B&K BOSE BOSTON ACOUSTICS CARVER CINEMA SOUND CITATION CLARION DELPHI DENON ELAN
HUGHES HUMAX PHILIPS RCA REPLAY NETWORKS SONY TIVO TOSHIBA 817
ADMIRAL 025 053
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