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RCA RCU800RCA RCU800B SUPER VALUE PACK! Universal remote control - Infrared
Keep control of your components at your fingertips with 1 remote control! This RCA Universal Remote controls your TV, VCR1, VCR2, DVD, Cable Box, Satellite, Audio and Auxiliary components. For convenience this remote also includes Code Saver, Code Search, an Extensive Code Library and Universal DBS & DVD Codes. 2 remotes for the price of 1! RCU800 PRODUCT FEATURES: Controls 8 Components; Sleep Timer; Control On-screen Channel Guides; Home Theater & Audio Control. RCU403 PRODUCT FEATURES:... Read more

 

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wvl 3:08pm on Tuesday, June 1st, 2010 
This works for me! Wow. I can sit in one spot and control everything-my Zenith TV, my Sony receiver. Not all that universal... I originally bought this over a year ago for my HT Setup. I was able to program my TV (Mitsubishi) easily.
getdeep 4:09pm on Tuesday, April 13th, 2010 
Have not been able to try out this remote on any newly released models of monitors(TVs), bluray players, or game consoles.
skeets13 5:10pm on Wednesday, March 31st, 2010 
This works for me! Wow. I can sit in one spot and control everything-my Zenith TV, my Sony receiver. Great except NO Battery Retention! I bought this remote for my Mother, and it is really nice except for one thing.

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RCU800B_IB_REVB.qx4

2/11/04

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U N I V E R S A L

INCLUDES

Remote

FOR BOTH

REMOTES

UNIVERSAL

SUPER VALUE PACK!
2 REMOTES FOR 2 REMOTES FOR THE PRICE OF 1! THE PRICE OF 1!

RCU800

Controls 8 Components Sleep Timer Control On-screen Channel Guides Home Theater & Audio Control

RCU403

Controls 3 Devices Palm-size

MULTI-BRAND USE

RCU800B

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Table of Contents
Product Diagram. 2 Introduction. 3 Battery Information and Installation. 3 Key Descriptions. 3 Primary Key Descriptions for VIDEO Operations.4 Secondary Key Descriptions for AUDIO Operations. 5 Program for TVDirect Entry Method. 5 Program for VCR 1 and VCR 2Direct Entry Method. 6 Program for DVD/CD SystemsDirect Entry Method. 67 Program for SATELLITEDirect Entry Method. 7 Program for CABLE BoxDirect Entry Method. 8 Program for AUDIO SystemsDirect Entry Method. 89 Operating AUDIO System Functions. 9 Program for AUXDirect Entry Method.10 Code Search Methods.11 Manual Code Search. 11 Auto Code Search. 11 Code Retrieval. 12 Sleep Feature. 12 Programming the Sleep Timer. 12 Canceling the Sleep Timer. 12 On-screen Menus. 13 Accessing a Menu System. 13 Highlighting and Selecting Menu Items. 13 Exiting a Menu System. 13 Troubleshooting. 1415 RCU800B Code List.1618 RCU403 Instruction Book.19

Indicator Light

Component Keys (TV, VCR1, VCR2,

CHAN and VOL keys

DVD, DBSSAT, CABLE, AUDIO, AUX)
Dedicated MENU key for DVD disc menus, some TVs and satellite receivers.

SELECT

key chooses highlighted choice.
ENTER key Use with Manual or Auto Code Search to accept code.

BACKLIGHT key

Actual model may vary from picture shown.

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8 Component Universal Remote
Congratulations on your purchase of the eight-component universal remote. This universal remote controls up to eight electronic components and makes juggling remote controls a thing of the past. You can program this RCA universal remote to operate most models of most brands of infrared, remote-controlled components manufactured after 1990. (See enclosed Code List for a complete list of brands.) The eight-component universal remote is easy to use, easy to program and gives you control at the touch of your ngertips.
Note: The eight-component universal remote is already programmed to operate most RCA, GE
and PROSCAN branded TVs, VCRs, DVD players and SATELLITE receivers (DBS). Just press the corresponding component keyTV, VCR1, VCR2, DVD, DBSSAT, CABLE, AUDIO, AUX and your eight-component universal remote is ready to go!
Battery Information and Installation
Your universal remote requires two new AA alkaline batteries (batteries may or may not be included, depending on the model). To install the batteries: 1. Remove the battery compartment cover. 2. Insert the batteries, matching the batteries to the (+) and (-) marks inside the battery case. 3. Replace the battery cover.
Note: Reprogramming may be required after

batteries are replaced.

Key Descriptions
Indicator Lightashes when a valid key is pressed to indicate the remote is working. Status of this light is important when you are programming the remote. Component Keys (TV, VCR1, VCR2, DVD, DBSSAT, CABLE, AUDIO, AUX) selects the component you want the remote to operate. For example, after youve programmed the remote to operate your TV, you must press the TV key rst to put the remote in TV Mode. While in TV Mode, the CHAN keys change the channel on the TV, the VOL keys adjust the TVs volume, etc. Transport KeysREVERSE, PLAY, FORWARD, STOP, PAUSE, RECORDoperate the same as your original VCR or DVD remote control, although key labels may vary (REWIND, FAST FORWARD). Backlight Key (select models only)turns backlighting on and off. Backlighting remains on for approximately eight seconds after the last keypress to conserve battery life.

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Primary Key Descriptions For VIDEO Operations
Other Keys (Listed Alphabetically)
Certain keys on the eight-component universal remote have dual functions. Primary functions are printed in black. Secondary key functions are printed in blue on the remote and are used for AUDIO operations. 0-9 (Number Keys): operate the same as number keys on your original remote and are used to enter component codes when programming the remote control with Direct Entry method. ANTENNA: in TV Mode, switches between the signal coming from a satellite receiver or cable box and an off-air antenna. In VCR Mode, switches between the signal coming from a VCR and a TV. CH+ and CH- (CHANNEL UP and CHANNEL DOWN): goes to the next highest or lowest channel number in the component channel list, respectively, except for DVDs. In DVDs, the CH+ and CH- keys refers to the NEXT/PREVIOUS chapter. CLEAR: removes the on-screen display to return to normal viewing. CODE SEARCH: use to program the remote. ENTER: use with Manual or Automatic Code Search method to accept code (See Code Lists enclosed). Also, some brands require you to press the ENTER key after you enter a channel number. In some menu systems, you must press the ENTER key to select a highlighted item. GO BACK: switches back to previous channel operates the same as PREV CH, LAST CHANNEL or RECALL keys found on some brands of remote controls. GUIDE: brings up the on-screen TV program guide, if your TV is equipped with that feature. INFO: shows program information, if your component is equipped with this feature. Functions the same as a DISPLAY key. INPUT: selects the video inputs of your TV, if equipped with this feature. MENUPROG: accesses DVD disc menus when playing a DVD disc. Accesses menu systems of some TVs, a few RCA brand VCRs and satellite receivers. (For more information, refer to the On-screen Menus section on page 13). MUTE: lowers the TVs volume to its minimum level. NAVIGATION KEYS & SELECT: used to move through on-screen menus and guides. Use the NAVIGATION keys to move the highlighted choice up, down, left or right. ONOFF: turns component on and off.

Note: If you enter an invalid code, the LED ashes rapidly

TV (BLINK)

for two seconds. Start over at step 3. 6. Aim the remote at your TV and press the ONOFF key. If your TV turns off, you have found the correct code. 7. Enter the code in the box provided on this page for future reference. 8. If your TV doesnt turn off, repeat steps 3-6 above, entering the next code for your brand. If none of the codes work or your brand is not listed, use one of the Code Search methods to program this remote. (See Code Search section on page 11.)

TV CODE ONOFF

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Program for VCR1 and VCR2Direct Entry Method
In order for the eight-component universal remote to control your VCR, you must program it with the code that matches your VCR. If you have two VCR's, the second VCR can be programmed using the VCR2 key. To program your remote to control your VCR, follow these steps: 1. Manually turn on the VCR. 2. Locate the enclosed VCR Code List. Find your brand in the VCR Codes.
Note: If your brand isnt listed, use one of the Code Search
methods to program this remote control. (See section on Code Search on page 11). 3. Press and hold the CODE SEARCH key until the indicator light illuminates. Then release the CODE SEARCH key. 4. Press and release the VCR1 or VCR2 key. The indicator light blinks and then remains lit. 5. Use the number keys on the remote to enter the rst code listed for your brand. After you enter a valid three-digit code, the indicator light turns off.

(BLINK)

for two seconds. Start over at step 3. 6. Aim the remote at your VCR. Press the ONOFF key. If your VCR turns off, you have found the correct code. 7. Enter the code in the box provided on this page for future reference. 8. If your VCR does not turn off, repeat steps 3-6 above, entering the next code for your brand. If none of the codes work or your brand is not listed, use one of the Code Search methods to program this remote. (See Code Search section on page 11).

VCR2 CODE VCR1 CODE

Program for DVD/CD SystemsDirect Entry Method
In order for the eight-component universal remote to control your DVD or CD systems, you must program it with the code that matches your component. To program your remote to control your DVD/CD system, follow these steps: 1. Manually turn on the DVD/CD system. 2. Locate the enclosed DVD or CD Code List. Find your brand in the DVD or CD Codes. Note: If your brand isnt listed, use one of the Code Search methods to program this remote control. (See section on Code Search on page 11). 3. Press and hold the CODE SEARCH key until the indicator light illuminates. Then release the CODE SEARCH key. 4. Press and release the DVD key. The indicator light blinks and then remains lit. 5. Use the number keys on the remote to enter the rst code listed for your brand. After you enter a valid three-digit code, the indicator light turns off. Note: If you enter an invalid code, the LED ashes rapidly for two seconds. Start over at step 3.

(OFF) CODE INDICATOR LIGHT SEARCH

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6. Aim the remote at the component. Press the ONOFF key. If your DVD/CD system turns off, you have found the correct code. 7. Enter the code in the box provided on this page for future reference. 8. If your DVD/CD system does not turn off, repeat steps 3-6 above, entering the next code for your brand. If none of the codes work or your brand is not listed, use one of the Code Search methods to program this remote. (See Code Search section on page 11).

DVD OR CD CODE

Program for SATELLITEDirect Entry Method
In order for the eight-component universal remote to control your DBS system, you must program it with the code that matches your SATELLITE receiver. To program your remote to control your DBS system, follow these steps: 1. Manually turn on the satellite receiver. 2. Locate the enclosed SATELLITE Code List. Find your brand in the SATELLITE Codes.
methods to program this remote control. (See section on Code Search on page 11). 3. Press and hold the CODE SEARCH key until the indicator light illuminates. Then release the CODE SEARCH key. 4. Press and release the DBSSAT key. The indicator light blinks and then remains lit. 5. Use the number keys on the remote to enter the rst code listed for your brand. After you enter a valid three-digit code, the indicator light turns off.

DBSSAT

for two seconds. Start over at step 3. 6. Aim the remote at the SATELLITE receiver. Press the ONOFF key. If your SATELLITE receiver turns off, you have found the correct code. 7. Enter the code in the box provided on this page for future reference. 8. If your SATELLITE receiver does not turn off, repeat steps 3-6 above, entering the next code for your brand. If none of the codes work or your brand is not listed, use one of the Code Search methods to program this remote. (See Code Search section on page 11).
DBS (SATELLITE) CODE ONOFF

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Program for CABLE BoxDirect Entry Method
In order for the eight-component universal remote to control your CABLE box, you must program it with the code that matches your CABLE box. To program your remote to control your CABLE box, follow these steps: 1. Manually turn on the CABLE box. 2. Locate the enclosed CABLE box Code List. Find your brand in the CABLE box Codes. Note: If your brand isnt listed, use one of the Code Search methods to program this remote control. (See section on Code Search on page 11). 3. Press and hold the CODE SEARCH key until the indicator light illuminates. Then release the CODE SEARCH key. 4. Press and release the CABLE key. The indicator light blinks and then remains lit. 5. Use the number keys on the remote to enter the rst code listed for your brand. After you enter a valid three-digit code, the indicator light turns off. Note: If you enter an invalid code, the LED ashes rapidly for two seconds. Start over at step 3. 6. Aim the remote at the CABLE box. Press the ONOFF key. If your CABLE box turns off, you have found the correct code. 7. Enter the code in the box provided on this page for future reference. 8. If your CABLE box does not turn off, repeat steps 3-6 above, entering the next code for your brand. If none of the codes work or your brand is not listed, use one of the Code Search methods to program this remote. (See Code Search section on page 11).

The Sleep feature turns off your TV automatically at a duration you choose from 1 to 99 minutes. To program your remote to control the Sleep feature, follow these steps:
Programming the Sleep Timer
1. Press and hold the SLEEP key until the indicator light illuminates. Release the SLEEP key. 2. Enter time in minutes using the numerical keypad. The indicator light should turn off. (Minute 1 thru 9: press 0 before the actual number. Maximum: 99 minutes). 3. Leave remote aimed at television. (IMPORTANT: The Sleep feature will not work unless remote is left aimed at television.)

SLEEP INDICATOR LIGHT

Canceling the Sleep Timer
The Sleep Timer program can be cancelled and reset to zero by either of the following: 1. Press and hold the SLEEP key until the indicator light blinks. OR 2. Press the ONOFF key, turning the TV off.

SLEEP ONOFF

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On-screen Menus

This remote cannot access every menu system of all models and brands of consumer electronics components. However, if youve successfully programmed the DVDAUX key to operate a DVD player, you can access DVD disc menus with the MENU key. The MENU key will access TV menu systems for most RCA, GE and PROSCAN TVs, as well as some other popular brands. In addition, some RCA VCR menus are supported by this remotes MENU key. This remote also supports select SATELLITE receiver menus. If this remotes MENU key doesnt access the menu system for your component, youll need to use the original remote to change menu settings.
Note: This remotes MENU key doesnt support CABLE box menu systems and some VCR menu systems.

Accessing a Menu System

To access a menu system, follow these steps: 1. Make sure your components are turned on and your TV is set to the components input. 2. Press the component key on the remote (TV, DVD, DBSSAT) for the desired menu screen.

MENUPROG

3. Press the MENU key. 4. The menu for the component you have chosen should be visible on your television.
Highlighting and Selecting Menu Items
To navigate on-screen menus, use the ARROW keys.

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Problem: The VCR wont record.

(continued)

As a safety feature, you must press the RECORD key twice to begin recording. Make sure the tape is properly loaded in the VCR. Make sure the tape is not write-protected. If the safety tab is removed, the tape is write-protected and you cannot record onto that tape.
Problem: The remote will not change channels.
You must put the remote in the correct mode by pressing the corresponding component key (TV, VCR1 or VCR2, DVD, DBSSAT, CABLE, AUDIO, AUX) so the remote knows which component you want to operate. Press the ENTER key after you enter a channel number.
Problem: The components menu doesnt appear on the TV screen.
The TV must be tuned to the Video Input that matches the manner in which you connected the component to the TV. For example, if you connected your DVD player to your TV by connecting audio/video cables (usually color-coded yellow, red and white) to the TVs Input 1 jack, you must tune the TV to its Video 1 Input channel. Remember, different manufacturers label these jacks differently. Consult the instruction manual that came with the TV for more information. You must put the remote in the correct mode by pressing the corresponding component key (TV, VCR1 or VCR2, DVD, DBSSAT, CABLE, AUDIO, AUX) so the remote knows which component you want to operate. Menu access isnt supported for all brands. If thats the case, you need to use your original remote control to access menu functions for these components.
If you have further questions, please visit www.rca.com.

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Use this code list when programming the eight-component universal remote. Use the code list on page 29 when programming the three-component universal remote.

RCU800 Code List

TV Codes
Abex.....172 Admiral...001, 046, 047, 083, 095, 173, 191, 211 Adventura.....174 Aiko.....016 Akai.....002 Alleron....046, 047 Amtron....038 Anam National...003, 038, 192, 193, 194 AOC...004, 005, 006, 007, 082, 195, 196 Apex....236, 240, 241 Audiovox....038 Belcor.....004 Bell & Howell..001, 048, 049, 073, 083, 162 Bradford....038 Broksonic....000, 004, 250, 280 Brokwood.....004 Candle...004, 006, 008, 132, 174, 196 Celebrity....002 Citizen..004, 006, 008, 016, 038, 105, 132, 171, 196 Colortyme...004, 006, 010, 196, 200 Concerto....004, 006, 196 Contec/Cony....012, 013, 038, 063 Craig.....038 Crosley....000, 062 Crown....038, 062, 130, 171 Curtis Mathes..000, 004, 006, 015, 048, 049, 073, 105,....162, 171, 196, 212 CXC.....038 Daewoo..004, 005, 006, 016, 017, 082, 127, 171, 190, 196, 202 Daytron....004, 006, 171, 196 Dimensia....000, 212 Dumont....004, 151, 196, 217 Dynatech....004 Electroband....002 Electrohome..000, 002, 003, 004, 006, 019, 020, 022, 064, 196 Emerson..004, 006, 012, 023, 024, 025, 026, 027, 028, 029.030, 031, 032, 033, 034, 035, 036, 037, 038, 039, 041, 042,..043, 044, 046, 047, 048, 049, 073, 123, 124, 162, 171, 177....179, 191, 196, 208 Envision....004, 006, 196 Fisher...048, 049, 051, 073, 162, 180 Fujitsu....046, 047 Funai...038, 046, 047, 189 Futuretec....038 GE..000, 003, 004, 006, 022, 052, 054, 055, 064, 087, 100,..164, 165, 166, 167, 168, 181, 196, 203, 212, 213, 233 Gilbralter....004, 151 Goldstar..004, 005, 006, 012, 019, 056, 057, 058, 082, 155....156, 171, 172, 196 Grundy....038, 046, 047, 171 Hallmark....004, 006, 196 Harvard....038 Hisense....237 Hitachi..004, 006, 012, 013, 059, 060, 061, 063, 135, 136,...137, 138, 139, 140, 141, 142, 143, 144, 145, 146,...148, 150, 179, 185, 196, 198, 199 IMA.....038 Innity....062, 130 Janeil.....174 JBL....062, 130 JCB.....002 JC Penney...000, 004, 005, 006, 008, 013, 022, 052, 054,...055, 057, 058, 063, 064, 072, 082, 087, 100, 104,...105, 109, 132, 166, 167, 171, 172, 181, 196, 201,....203, 207, 212, 233 Jensen....004, 006, 196 JVC..012, 013, 054, 055, 060, 063, 065, 066...067, 123, 157, 158, 159, 182, 239 Kawasho....002, 004, 006, 196 Kenwood....004, 006, 019, 196 KLH....236, 240, 241 Kloss Novabeam...038, 068, 069, 174, 183 KTV....038, 070, 171, 177 LG....005, 082 Loewe....062, 130 Logik.....001, 083 Luxman....004, 006, 196 LXI..000, 006, 048, 049, 062, 071, 072, 073, 100,...109, 130, 162, 181, 196, 203, 207, 212, 233 Magnavox.000, 004, 006, 008, 019, 062, 068, 069, 075, 076,..077, 088, 130, 131, 132, 133, 134, 183, 196, 219, 235 Majestic....001, 083 Marantz..004, 006, 059, 062, 078, 130, 196, 199 Megatron....006, 059, 196, 199 Memorex..001, 005, 006, 046, 047, 048, 049, 073, 082, 083,.....162, 191, 196 MGA..004, 005, 006, 019, 022, 051, 064, 079, 080, 082, 196 Midland...054, 055, 151, 171, 172, 181 Minutz.....052 Mitsubishi...004, 005, 006, 019, 022, 051, 064, 079, 080,....081, 082, 125, 135, 196 Montgomery Ward....001, 083 Motorola....003, 173 MTC...004, 005, 006, 082, 105, 196 Multitech....038 Multivision.....084 NAD...006, 071, 072, 109, 136, 185, 196, 207 NEC...003, 004, 005, 006, 010, 082, 196, 200 Nikko.....006, 016, 196 NTC.....016 Onwa.....038 Optimus....136, 185 Optonica....095, 173 Orion...030, 035, 191, 208 Panasonic..003, 054, 055, 062, 109, 130, 170, 214, 350, 351 Philco..003, 004, 005, 006, 008, 012, 019, 062, 068,...069, 075 077, 082, 088, 130, 132, 134, 183, 196, Philips..002, 003, 004, 008, 012, 019, 062, 068, 069, 075,..076, 086, 087, 088, 130, 132, 134, 167, 183, 196 Pilot....004, 171, 196 Pioneer..004, 006, 090, 091, 092, 136, 179, 185, 196 Portland..004, 005, 006, 016, 082, 171, 196 Price Club.....105 Prima.....238 Prism.....054, 055 PROSCAN...000, 100, 181, 203, 212, 233 Proton...004, 006, 012, 093, 196 Pulsar.....004, 151 Quasar...003, 054, 055, 070, 109, 170, 214 Radio Shack...000, 048, 049, 073, 162, 212 Radio Shack/Realistic..004, 006, 012, 038, 048, 049,....073, 095, 162, 171, 172, 196 RCA..000, 003, 004, 005, 006, 007, 019, 054, 055, 082,...096, 098, 099, 100, 101, 102, 103, 129, 179, 181,..188, 190, 196, 202, 203 212, 215, 233, 281, 352 Runco.....151, 217 Sampo...004, 006, 171, 172, 196, 242 Samsung..004, 005, 006, 012, 013, 015, 017, 019, 082,...104 105, 106, 171, 172, 196, 201, 204 Sansui....191, 208, 282 Sanyo...004, 048, 049, 073, 080, 107, 162, 169, 180, 196 Scotch....006, 196 Scott...004, 006, 012, 024, 035, 038, 046, 047, 196 Sears...000, 004, 006, 013, 019, 046, 047, 048, 049, 051,...063, 066, 071, 072, 073, 100, 109, 110, 162,...180, 181, 189, 196, 203, 207, 212, 233 Sharp...004, 006, 012, 026, 029, 095, 111,....112, 113, 122, 171, 173, 196 Shogun....004, 196 Signature....001, 083, 173 Simpson....008 Sony....002, 205, 216, 218 Soundesign..004, 006, 008, 038, 046, 047, 132, 196 Squareview....189 SSS....004, 038 Starlite.....038 Supre-Macy....174 Supreme....002 Sylvania..004, 006, 008, 019, 062, 068, 069, 075, 076,..077, 088, 116, 130, 132, 134, 161, 183, 196, 353 Symphonic...026, 029, 033, 038, 046, 047, 155, 189 Tandy.....173 Tashiko.....072 Tatung.....003 Technics....054, 055 Techwood...004, 006, 054, 055, 196 Teknika..001, 004, 005, 006, 008, 012, 013, 016,...038, 046, 047, 063, 076, 082, 083, 105,....132, 170, 171, 196, 214 Telecaption.....117 Tera....004, 012, 093 TMK....004, 006, 196 Toshiba..000, 048, 049, 071, 072, 073, 105, 109, 117,...118, 160, 161, 162, 190, 201, 207, 283 Totevision.....171 Universal....052, 087, 166, 167 Victor.....066, 182 Vidtech....004, 005, 006, 196 Viking.....174, Wards..000, 001, 004, 005, 006, 019, 024, 033, 046, 047,...052, 062, 068, 069, 075, 076, 082, 083, 087, 088,....095, 119, 120, 130 134, 166,....167, 173, 183, 196, 212 White Westinghouse...000, 001, 190, 191 Yamaha....004, 005, 006, 019, 082, 196 Zenith..000, 001, 004, 051, 083, 151, 152, 153, 154, 196,.....210, 217

Radio Shack...001, 014, 050, 054, 096 Radio Shack/Realistic...011, 013, 014, 021, 022, 023, 026...029, 049, 050, 054, 096 Radix.....014, 054 Randex.....014 RCA..000, 003, 007, 013, 021, 022, 055, 056, 082, 083, 084..085, 086, 087, 088, 089, 090, 091, 100, 107, 115, 120.....125, 140, 267 Realistic..001, 011, 013, 014, 015, 021, 022, 023, 026, 029,.....049, 054, 096 Ricoh.....128 Runco.....104 Samsung..005, 013, 015, 033, 053, 112, 141, 142 Sanky.....001, 104 Sansui...010, 031, 092, 111, 123, 130 Sanyo...011, 013, 023, 143 Scott...012, 015, 025, 032, 038, 065, 116 Sears.000, 011, 014, 021, 023, 026, 028, 048, 049, 050, 051...054, 055, 056, 084, 086, 089, 107, 118 Sharp,...001, 017, 029, 094, 095, 096, 097 Shintom....056, 061, 084, 098, 119 Shogun....013 Signature....001 Singer.....021, 061, 128 Sony....098, 099, 119, 144 STS....021, 107 Sylvania..021, 022, 026, 062, 063, 065, 124, 268 Symphonic.....026 Tandy.....011 Tashiko....014, 054 Tatung.....111 Teac....026, 085, 111 Technics....021, 109 Teknika...014, 021, 022, 026, 054, 100, 129 TMK....013, 024, 047 Toshiba...015, 049, 051, 055, 065, 113, 116, 118 Totevision....013, 014, 054 Unitech....013 Vector Research...009, 010, 015, 016 Victor.....010 Video Concepts...009, 010, 015, 016, 113 Videosonic.....013 Wards..001, 013, 014, 015, 021, 022, 023, 026, 029, 054,...055, 056, 061, 084, 088, 090, 096, 101, 102, 103.....107, 116 XR-1000....021, 026, 061 Yamaha....009, 010, 011, 018, 111 Zenith...026, 098, 104, 119, 128, 130, 145

PVR/DVR Codes

RePlay.....316 TiVo.....315

DVD Player Codes

Aiwa.....350 Allegro.....510 Apex....372, 373, 374 Broksonic....500, 600 Daewoo....375 Emerson....376, 377, 501 Funai.....377 GE....160, 370, 378 Go Video....502 Hitachi....351, 379 JBL....251 JVC....161, 252, 352, 386, 503 Kenwood.....380 Konka.....353, 354 Koss....253, 254, 381 Lasonic.....382 Magnavox....162, 357, 358, 383 Memorex.....384 Mintek.....385 Mitsubishi.....163 NAD.....376 Onkyo....255, 387 Oritron.....392 Panasonic...256, 257, 300, 301, 355, 388 Philips...162, 258, 356, 357, 358, 389, 504 Pioneer....165, 259, 390, 391 PROSCAN....160, 370 Qwestar....392 RCA..160, 260, 302, 370, 371, 393, 409, 505, 601 Samsung...394, 395, 396, 506, 507 Sansui.....397, 602 Sanyo.....359, 508 Sharp...398, 399, 400, 401 Sony...166, 261, 360, 361, 402, 403, 404, 509 Sylvania....303, 377 Toshiba...162, 167, 362, 363, 405, 406, 407, 603 Venturer....262 Xbox *....160 Yamaha....258 Zenith....364, 408, 510 *Requires use of Xbox DVD playback kit.
Portable DVD Player Codes
RCA.....371 Sharp.....399

CD Player Codes

ADC....200, 201, 220 ADO.....201 Aiwa.....175, 203 Akai.....205 Denon.....208 Dynatech....177 Emerson....178 Fisher.....179, 212, 213 GE....216 Hitachi.....180 Inkel.....220 JVC....181, 221 Kenwood....183, 222, 224 Luxman....225 Marantz....185, 226 MCS.....228 Mitsubishi....229, 230 Nakamichi.....232, 233 NEC.....184 Onkyo....186, 234, 235 Optimus....237, 238, 239 Panasonic.....188 Pioneer....189, 240 RCA....190, 211 Sanyo.....250 Sears.....207 Sherwood.....243 Sony....195, 209, 244 Teac....245, 246, 247 Technics....197 Toshiba....231 Yamaha....198, 199, 248

TV/VCR Combo Codes

TV VCR Broksonic.....250 235

TV/DVD Combo Codes

TV DVD Broksonic.....RCA.....TV DVD Sansui....Toshiba....283 603

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TV/VCR/DVD Combo Codes
TV VCR DVD Panasonic...300.....301 TV VCR DVD RCA....302 Sylvania....303

VCR/DVD Combo Codes

VCR Broksonic.....135 Emerson....136 Go Video....137 JVC....138 Philips....139 RCA.....140 DVD VCR Samsung....141.....142 Sanyo....143 Sony.....144 Zenith....145 DVD 510
Home Theater (HTIB) Systems Codes
DVD Audio JBL.....JVC.....Koss....253 302.....Onkyo....Panasonic....256 305.....DVD Audio Philips....Pioneer....RCA....Sony....Venturer.....262 311

Satellite Codes

Alphastar....079 Bell ExpressVu....078, 091 Chaparral....056, 057 Dish Network....078, 089, 091 Drake.....058, 059 Echostar....089 GE....047, 071, 080, 081, 093 General Instruments...060, 061, 062 Hitachi....083, 084 Hughes Network Systems...077, 083, 090 JVC....082 Magnavox.....085 Motorola....047, 071, 080, 081 Panasonic.....075 Philips.....085 Primestar....076 PROSCAN...047, 071, 080, 081, 093 RCA....047, 071, 080, 081, 093 Realistic....063 Sony.....072 Star Choice....076, 092 STS1.....064 STS2.....065 STS3.....066 STS4.....067 Toshiba....068, 073 Uniden.....086

HDTV Tuner Codes

RCA.....200

Cable Box Codes

ABC...001, 003, 004, 005, 006, 007 Antronix....008, 009 Archer....008, 009, 010, 011 Cabletenna....008 Cableview.....008 Century....011 Citizen.....011 Colour Voice....012, 013 Comtronics.....015 Contec.....016 Eastern.....017 Garrard.....011 GC Electronics....009 GE....000, 003 Gemini....018, 019 General Instruments...000, 001, 003, 046, 049 Hamlin....020, 021, 022, 028, 035 Hitachi.....003 Jasco.....011 Jerrold..000, 001, 003, 005, 007, 018, 023, 024, 046, 049 Magnavox.....025 Motorola....000, 003, 046 Movie Time....027, 028 NEC.....005 NSC....027, 028 Oak....016, 029 Panasonic....000, 048 Philips...011, 012, 013, 015, 019, 025, 030, 031, 032 Pioneer....033, 034 PROSCAN.....003 RCA....000, 007, 049 Realistic....009 Regal.....022, 035 Regency....017 Rembrandt.....003 Samsung....034 Scientic Atlanta...006, 036, 037, 038 Signal.....018 Signature.....003 Sprucer....000 Standard Component...039, 044 Starcom....001, 007, 018 Stargate....018 Starquest....018 Tocom....004, 023 Tusa.....018 TV86.....027 Unika.....008, 009, 011 United Cable....001 Universal....008, 009, 010, 011 Video Way.....044 View Star....015, 016, 025, 027 Zenith....000, 050, 051

Other Keys (listed alphabetically)
0-9 (Number Keys): operate the same as number keys on your original remote and are used to enter component codes when programming the remote control with Direct Entry method. ANTENNA: in TV mode, switches between the signal coming from a satellite receiver or cable box and an off-air antenna. In VCR mode, switches between the signal coming from a VCR and a TV. CHAN (Channel) UP AND DOWN: goes to the next highest or lowest channel number in the component channel list, respectively, except for DVDs. In DVDs the CHAN UP/DOWN goes to the NEXT/PREVIOUS chapter. Additionally, when youre using the remote with On-screen Menus, the CHAN keys act as UP ARROW and DOWN ARROW keys (moving the cursor or highlight up or down). CODE SEARCH: use to program the remote. ENTER: use with Manual or Automatic Code Search method to accept code (See Code Search on page 24). Also, some brands require you to press the ENTER key after you enter a channel number. In some menu systems, you must press ENTER to select a highlighted item. MENU: accesses DVD disc menus when VCRDVD key is programmed to operate a DVD player. Accesses menu systems of some TVs, a few RCA brand VCRs and satellite receivers. (For more information, refer to Using On-screen Menus section on page 10). MUTE: lowers the TVs volume to its minimum level. ONOFF: turns component on and off. Note: Some RCA, GE and PROSCAN models require that you press the component key to turn ON the component and the ONOFF key to turn OFF the component. PREV CH (Previous Channel): switches back to previous channeloperates the same as LAST CHANNEL, GO BACK or RECALL key found on some brands of remote controls. REC (Record): used with VCR to record programming. You must press the REC key twice to start recording. VOL (Volume) UP and DOWN: increases or decreases the TVs volume level. Additionally, when youre using the remote with On-screen Menus, the VOL keys act as RIGHT or LEFT ARROW keys (moving the highlight or cursor right or left).

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In order for the 3 component universal remote to control your TV, you must program it with the TV code that matches your TV. These instructions explain the preferred method of programming the remotethe Direct Entry method. 1. Manually turn on the TV. 2. Locate the enclosed TV Code List. Find your brand of TV.

This is an example of a DVD disc On-screen Menu. English is the menu choice highlighted. Using this remote control, you would press the ENTER key to select English. To highlight another language, you would press the CHAN DOWN key (In the example above, the highlight would move to Espaol).

Notes:

All functions in competitive models and brands of products may not be fully supported. The remote will automatically time out in Menu Mode and the indicator light will stop blinking after approximately 10 seconds of inactivity (no keys being pressed). For DVD menus, the Menu Mode will time out after approximately 15 seconds. Because of the wide variety of menu formats, some experimenting may be required.
To exit Menu Mode, press the corresponding component key on the remote (TV, VCRDVD or DBSCABLE). The indicator light goes out and the remote reverts to its normal mode of operation.

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You may be too far away from the component or at a wrong angle. This remote uses IR (infrared) technology to communicate with components. The remote sends the code and the components IR sensor reads the code. Therefore, there must be an unobstructed path between the remote and the IR sensor on the component. Move closer and make sure you point the remote at the component (VCR or DVD player when programming the VCRDVD key; TV when programming the TV key; cable box or satellite receiver when youre programming the DBSCABLE key). If youve entered all of the codes for your brand that are in the accompanying Code List and followed the instructions, try one of the Code Search methods (See Code Search on page 24) You must put the remote in the correct mode by pressing the corresponding component key (TV, VCRDVD, DBSCABLE) so the remote knows which component you want to operate. To program the 3 component universal remote to operate a combination unit (TV/VCR or TV/DVD), rst try the VCR or DVD codes for your brand. Some units, however, require that you program both the TV (using the TV codes) and the VCR or DVD (using the VCR or DVD codes) for full operation.

You must put the remote in the correct mode by pressing the corresponding component key (TV, VCRDVD, DBSCABLE) so the remote knows which component you want to operate. You may have pressed an invalid key for the mode the remote is in (for example, REC only works in VCR Mode). Make sure the batteries are properly installed. Replace the batteries with two new AAA batteries. Reprogramming may be required.
You must put the remote in the correct mode by pressing the corresponding component key (TV, VCRDVD, DBSCABLE) so the remote knows which component you want to operate. Remove any obstacles between the remote and the component. Make sure to aim the remote at the IR sensor on the component. Make sure the batteries are properly installed (See Battery Installation on page 21). Replace the batteries with two new AAA batteries. Reprogramming may be required. Reset the remote. Remove the batteries, then press and hold the number 1 key on the remote for several seconds to reset the microprocessor inside the remote. Release the number 1 key, reinstall the batteries, and try the remote again. Reprogramming will be required.
You must put the remote in the correct mode by pressing the corresponding component key (TV, VCRDVD, DBSCABLE) so the remote knows which component you want to operate. Make sure component is ready (e.g., DVD player has disc loaded; VCR has tape loaded, etc.) You may have pressed an invalid key for the mode the remote is in (for example, REC only works in VCR mode). If youre trying to turn on an RCA, GE or PROSCAN component, press the component key (TV, VCRDVD, DBSCABLE) instead of the ONOFF key. If operating a VCR to record, you must press the REC key two times. If youre trying to change channels, try pressing the ENTER key after entering the channel number as this is a requirement of certain models and brands. There is a possibility that a programmed code may only be able to control some of your component features (e.g., only turns a component on and off). Follow the steps provided for programming the remote (See Programming Sections on pages 22-23). If the component can be turned on and off, make sure you press the CHAN UP/DOWN key to see if the component responds. If not, try the next code from the list.

As a safety feature, you must press the REC key twice to begin recording. Make sure the tape is properly loaded in the VCR. Make sure the tape is not write-protected. If the safety tab is removed the tape is write-protected and you cannot record onto that tape.
You must put the remote in the correct mode by pressing the corresponding component key (TV, VCRDVD, DBSCABLE) so the remote knows which component you want to operate. Press the ENTER key after you enter a channel number.

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The TV must be tuned to the Video Input that matches the manner in which you connected the component to the TV. For example, if you connected your DVD player to your TV by connecting audio/video cables (usually color-coded yellow, red, and white) to the TVs Input 1 jack, you must tune the TV to its Video Input 1 channel. Remember, different manufacturers label these jacks differently. Consult the instruction manual that came with the TV for more information. You must put the remote in the correct mode by pressing the corresponding component key (TV, VCRDVD, DBSCABLE) so the remote knows which component you want to operate. Menu access isnt supported for all brands. If thats the case, youll need to use your original remote control to access menu functions for these components.

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Use this code list when programming the three-component universal remote. Use the code list on page 16 when programming the eight-component universal remote.

RCU403 Code List

Abex.172 Admiral.001, 046, 047, 083, 095, 173, 191 Advertura.174 Aiko.016 Akai.002 Alleron.046, 047 Amtron.038 Anam National.003, 038 AOC.004, 005, 006, 007, 082 Apex.236 Audiovox.038 Belcor.004 Bell & Howell.001, 048, 049, 073, 083, 162 Bradford.038 Broksonic.000, 004, 239 Brokwood.004 Candle.004, 006, 008, 174 Celebrity.002 Citizen.004, 006, 008, 016, 038, 105, 132, 171, 174, 177, 191 Colortyme.004, 006 Concerto.004, 006 Contec/Cony.012, 013, 038, 063 Craig.038 Crosley.000, 062 Crown.038, 062, 130, 171 Curtis Mathes.000, 004, 006, 015, 048, 049, 073, 105, 162, 171, 212 CXC.038 Daewoo.004, 005, 006, 016, 017, 082, 171, 190 Daytron.004, 006, 171 Dimensia.000, 212 Dumont.004, 151, 217 Dynatech.004 Electroband.002 Electrohome.000, 002, 003, 004, 006, 019, 022, 064 Emerson.004, 006, 012, 023, 025, 026, 029, 030, 033, 035, 036, 037, 038,.041, 042, 043, 046, 047, 048, 049, 073, 123, 162, 171, 177, 179, 191 Envision.004, 006 Fisher.048, 049, 051, 073, 162, 180 Fujitsu.046, 047 Funai.038, 046, 047, 189 Futuretec.038 GE.000, 003, 004, 006, 022, 052, 054, 055, 064,. 087, 100, 165, 166, 167, 181, 203, 212, 233 Gibralter.004, 151 Goldstar.004, 005, 006, 012, 019, 056, 082, 155, 156, 171, 172 Grundy.038, 046, 047, 171 Hallmark.004, 006 Harvard.038 Hisense.237 Hitachi.004, 006, 012, 013, 059, 060, 063, 135, 136, 145, 148, 179, 185 IMA.038 Innity.062, 130 Janeil.174 JBL.062, 130 JCB.002 JC Penney.000, 004, 005, 006, 008, 013, 022, 052, 054, 055, 063, 064, 072,.082, 087, 100, 104, 105, 109, 132, 166, 167, 171, 172, 181, 203, 212, 233 Jensen.004, 006 JVC.012, 013, 054, 055, 060, 063, 065, 066, 123, 157, 159, 242 Kawasho.002, 004, 006 Kenwood.004, 006, 019 Kloss Novabeam.038, 068, 069, 174, 183 KTV.038, 070, 171, 177 LG.005, 082 Loewe.062, 130 Logik.001, 083 Luxman.004, 006 LXI.000, 006, 048, 049, 062, 072, 073, 100, 109, 130, 162, 181, 203, 212, 233 Magnavox.000, 004, 006, 008, 019, 062, 068, 069, 075, 076,. 077, 088, 130, 132, 133, 134, 183, 219, 235 Majestic.001, 083 Marantz.004, 006, 059, 062, 130 Megatron.006, 059 Memorex.001, 005, 006, 046, 047, 048, 049, 073, 082, 083, 162, 191 MGA.004, 005, 006, 019, 022, 051, 064, 079, 080, 082 Midland.054, 055, 151, 171, 172, 181 Minutz.052 Mitsubishi.004, 005, 006, 019, 022, 051, 064, 079, 080, 082, 125, 135 Montgomery Ward.001, 083 Motorola.003, 173 MTC.004, 005, 006, 082, 105 Multitech.038 NAD.006, 072, 109, 136, 185 NEC.003, 004, 005, 006, 082 Nikko.006, 016 NTC.016 Onwa.038 Optimus.136, 185 Optonica.095, 173 Orion.030, 035, 191 Panasonic.003, 054, 055, 062, 109, 130, 170 Philco.003, 004, 005, 006, 008, 012, 019, 062, 068,. 069, 075, 077, 082, 088, 130, 132, 134, 183 Philips.002, 003, 004, 008, 012, 019, 062, 068, 069,. 075, 076, 087, 088, 130, 132, 134, 167, 183 Pilot.004, 171 Pioneer.004, 006, 136, 179, 185 Portland.004, 005, 006, 016, 082, 171 Price Club.105 Prima.238 Prism.054, 055 PROSCAN.000, 100, 181, 203, 212, 233 Proton.004, 006, 012 Pulsar.151 Pulser.004 Quasar.003, 054, 055, 070, 109, 170 RadioShack.000, 048, 049, 073, 162, 212 RadioShack/Realistic.004, 006, 012, 038, 048, 049, 073, 095, 162, 171, 172 RCA.000, 003, 004, 005, 006, 007, 019, 054, 055, 082, 096, 098, 099,.100, 101, 102, 103, 129, 179, 181, 188, 190, 203, 212, 233, 240 Runco.151, 217 Sampo.004, 006, 171, 172 Samsung.004, 005, 006, 012, 013, 015, 017,.019, 082, 104, 105, 106, 171, 172 Sansui.191 Sanyo.004, 048, 049, 073, 080, 162, 169, 180 Scotch.006 Scott.004, 006, 012, 035, 038, 046, 047 Sears.000, 004, 006, 013, 019, 046, 047, 048, 049, 051, 063, 066, 072,.073, 100, 109, 110, 162, 180, 181, 189, 203, 212, 233 Sharp.004, 006, 012, 026, 029, 095, 111, 112, 171, 173 Shogun.004 Signature.001, 083, 173 Simpson.008 Sony.002, 218 Soundesign.004, 006, 008, 038, 046, 047, 132 Squareview.189 SSS.004, 038 Starlite.038 Supre-Macy.174 Supreme.002 Sylvania.004, 006, 008, 019, 062, 068, 069, 075,.076, 077, 088, 130, 132, 134, 183, 189 Symphonic.026, 029, 033, 038, 046, 047, 155, 189 Tandy.173 Tashiko.072 Tatung.003 Technics.054, 055 Techwood.004, 006, 054, 055 Teknika.001, 004, 005, 006, 008, 012, 013, 016, 038, 046,.047, 063, 076, 082, 083, 105, 132, 170, 171 Tera.004, 012 TMK.004, 006 Toshiba.000, 048, 049, 072, 073, 105, 109, 118, 160, 162, 190, 241 Totevision.171 Universal.052, 087, 166, 167 Victor.066 Vidtech.004, 005, 006 Viking.174 Wards.000, 001, 004, 005, 006, 019, 033, 046, 047, 052, 062, 068, 069,.075, 076, 082, 083, 087, 088, 095, 130, 134, 166, 167, 173, 183, 212 White Westinghouse.000, 001, 190, 191 Yamaha.004, 005, 006, 019, 082 Zenith.000, 001, 004, 051, 083, 151, 152, 154, 217

Sanky.....001, 104 Sansui....010, 031, 111, 123, 130 Sanyo....011, 013, 023, 135 Scott...012, 015, 025, 032, 038, 065, 116 Sears.000, 011, 014, 021, 023, 026, 049, 051, 054, 055, 056, 084, 107, 118 Sharp....001, 017, 029, 096 Shintom....056, 061, 084, 098, 119 Shogun....013 Signature.....001 Singer....021, 061, 128 Sony....098, 099, 119 STS.....021, 107 Sylvania...021, 022, 026, 062, 063, 065, 124 Symphonic.....026 Tandy.....011 Tashiko....014, 054 Tatung.....111 Teac.....026, 085, 111 Technics....021, 109 Teknika...014, 021, 022, 026, 054, 100 Toshiba...015, 049, 051, 055, 065, 113, 116, 118 Totevision....013, 014, 054 TMK.....013, 024 Unitech....013 Vector Research....009, 010, 015, 016 Victor.....010 Video Concepts....009, 010, 015, 016 Videosonic.....013 Wards..001, 013, 014, 015, 021, 022, 023, 026, 029, 054,....055, 056, 061, 084, 088, 090, 096, 107, 116 XR-1000....021, 026, 061 Yamaha...009, 010, 011, 018, 111 Zenith...026, 098, 104, 119, 128, 130, 137

PVR* Codes

RePlay.....139 Tivo.....140 *PVRs are programmed under the VCRDVD or VCR key

DVD Codes

Aiwa.350 Apex.383, 384, 389 Broksonic.379 Daewoo.385 Emerson.386, 387 Funai.387 Go Video.372 Hitachi.141, 351 JVC.146, 161, 352, 373 Kenwood.142 Konka.353, 354 Magnavox.143, 162, 357, 358 Memorex.144 Mintek.145 Mitsubishi.163 NAD.386 Onkyo.147 Oritron.152 Panasonic.148, 355 Philips.162, 356, 357, 358, 371, 377 Pioneer.149, 150, 165 PROSCAN.160 Qwestar.152 RCA.153, 160, 374, 380, 382 Samsung.154, 155, 368, 375 Sansui.168 Sanyo.359, 376 Sharp.156, 158, 369 Sony.157, 159, 164, 166, 360, 361 Sylvania.387 Toshiba.167, 169, 362, 363, 365, 366, 381 Zenith.364, 367, 378

TV/DVD Combo

.TV Broksonic.239 RCA.240 Toshiba.241 DVD 381

VCR/DVD Combo

.VCR Go Video.131 JVC.132 Philips.136 RCA.133 DVD 377 374.VCR Samsung.134 Sanyo.135 Zenith.137 DVD 378

Portable DVD

RCA.....382
Alphastar.....079 Dish Network.....078 Echostar.....089 Express Vu.....091 GE....047, 071, 080, 081 Hitachi.....083, 084 Hughes Network Systems...077, 083, 090 JVC.....082 Magnavox....085 Motorola....047, 071 Panasonic.....075 Philips.....085 Primestar.....076 PROSCAN....047, 071, 080, 081 RCA....047, 071, 080, 081 Sony.....072 Star Choice.....092 Toshiba.....073 Uniden.....086

Replace 8 remotes with a single universal remote control! Get a bonus 3 component remote control! Easy to use, easy to program, so you have control at the touch of a button. Compatible with over 300 of todays most popular brands! Full code lists for both remotes included! See inside for more details.
Your RCA Universal Remote is compatible with most brands (of infrared remote controlled components manufactured after 1990). Below is a list showing some of those brands. Check the enclosed Code List for a complete listing along with their corresponding popular setup codes for quick and easy reference. The remote already operates most RCA, GE and PROSCAN products without any programming!
Apex Audiovox Broksonic Citizen Curtis Mathes Daewoo Emerson GE Hisense Hitachi JC Penney JVC Kenwood KLH LG (Goldstar) LXI Magnavox Mitsubishi Montgomery Ward NEC Orion Panasonic Philco Philips Pioneer Prima PROSCAN Quasar RadioShack/ Realistic RCA Sampo Samsung Sanyo Sears Sharp Sony Sylvania Tandy Teknika Toshiba Victor Wards Yamaha Zenith
Allegro Broksonic Canon Curtis Mathes Daewoo Emerson GE Go Video Hitachi JC Penney JVC Kenwood LG (Goldstar) LXI Magnavox Matsushita Mitsubishi Montgomery Ward NEC Panasonic Philco Philips Pioneer PROSCAN Quasar RadioShack/ Realistic RCA Samsung Sanyo Sears Sharp Sony Sylvania Tandy Teknika Toshiba Victor Wards Yamaha Zenith
Aiwa Allegro Apex Broksonic Daewoo Emerson Funai GE Go Video Hitachi JBL JVC Kenwood Konka Koss Lasonic Magnavox Memorex Mintek Mitsubishi NAD Onkyo Oritron Panasonic Philips Pioneer PROSCAN Qwestar RCA Samsung Sansui Sanyo Sharp Sony Sylvania Toshiba Venturer Xbox* Yamaha Zenith
Aiwa ADC ADO Akai Denon Dynatech Emerson Fisher GE Hitachi Inkel JVC Kenwood Luxman NEC Marantz MCS Mitsubishi Nakamichi Onkyo Optimus Panasonic Pioneer RCA Sanyo Sears Sherwood Sony Teac Technics Toshiba Yamaha

SATELLITE

Alphastar Bell ExpressVu Chaparral Dish Network Drake Echostar GE General Instruments Hitachi Hughes Network Systems JVC Magnavox Motorola Panasonic Philips Primestar Realistic PROSCAN RCA Sony Star Choice Toshiba Uniden
ABC Antronix Archer Cableview Century Citizen Contec Garrard GE Gemini General Instruments Hitachi Jasco Jerrold Magnavox Motorola NEC Panasonic Philips Pioneer PROSCAN RCA Realistic Regency Samsung Scientic Atlanta Standard Component Starcom Stargate Starquest Tocom TV86 United Cable Universal View Star Zenith

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REMOTE CONTROL SIGNAL SENDER
Use RCA DBS Remote to control RCA Brand DBS Receiver from any TV (Requires TVs to be prewired to DBS System Signal). TABLE OF CONTENTS
Operating Precautions..2 System Contents..4 System Set-Up Extension Unit..5 Base Unit.6 Infrared Extender.7 Trouble Shooting.8 DBS System Signal Splitting.9 DBS Accessories.10 Warranty..12

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Operating Precautions

CAUTION

RISK OF ELECTRIC SHOCK DO NOT OPEN
CAUTION: TO REDUCE THE RISK OF ELECTRIC SHOCK DO NOT REMOVE COVER OR BACK NO USER SERVICEABLE PARTS INSIDE REFER SERVICING TO QUALIFIED SERVICE PERSONNEL.
When using your Remote Control Signal Sender as with any other electrical device, basic safety precautions should always be followed to reduce the risk of fire, electric shock and injury to persons, including the following: 1. Read and understand all instructions. 2. Follow all warnings and instructions marked on the product. 3. Unplug this product from the wall outlet before cleaning. Do not use liquid cleaners or aerosol cleaners. Use a damp cloth for cleaning. 4. Do not use this product near water, for example: near a bath tub, washbowl, kitchen sink, or laundry tub, in a wet basement, or in or near a swimming pool. 5. Do not place this product on an unstable cart, stand, or table. The product may fall, causing serious damage to the product. 6. This product should be operated only from the type of power source indicated on the marking label. If you are not sure of the type of power supply to your home or building, consult your dealer or local power company. 7. To reduce the risk of electric shock, do not disassemble this product, but take it to a qualified serviceperson when some service or repair work is required. Opening or removing covers may expose you to dangerous voltages or other risks and voids warranty. Incorrect reassembly can cause electric shock when the product is subsequently used.

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8. Unplug this product from the wall outlet and refer servicing to qualified service personnel under the following conditions: A. When the plug is damaged. B. If liquid has been spilled into the product. C. The product has been exposed to rain or water. D. If the product does not operate normally by following the operating instructions. E. If the product has been dropped or the cabinet has been damaged. F. If the product exhibits a distinct change in performance. No repairs to the unit(s) should be attempted by the customer. This device complies with Part 15 of the FCC Rules. Operation of this device is subject to the following two conditions: (1) This device may not cause harmful interference, and (2) this device must accept any interference received, including interference that may cause undesirable operation. NOTE: This equipment has been tested and found to comply with the limits for remote control security devices in accordance with the specifications in sub parts C and E of part 15 of FCC rules. These limits are designed to provide reasonable protection against harmful interference in a residential installation. This equipment generates, uses and can radiate radio frequency energy and, if not installed and used in accordance with the instructions, may cause harmful interference to radio communications. However, there is no guarantee that Radio Frequency Energy does cause harmful interference to radio or television reception, which can be determined by turning the equipment off and on, the user is encouraged to try to correct the interference by one or more of the following measures: Reorient or relocate the receiving antenna. Increase the separation between the equipment and Base Unit. Connect the equipment into an outlet on a circuit different from that to which the Base Unit is connected. Consult the dealer or an experienced Radio/TV technician for help.

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System Contents
Your D940 Remote Control Signal Sender consists of an Extension Unit, a Base Unit and an infrared extender. Extension Unit The Extension Unit senses the Infrared signals from your remote control. An LED lights to indicate that signals are being detected. The Extension Unit converts the remote control signals into Radio Frequency (RF) transmissions for communication with the Base Unit. Base Unit The Base Unit has an antenna, power cord, and a jack for the Infrared Extender. The Base Unit receives (RF) transmissions from the Extension Unit. A light indicates that a signal is being received. The Base Unit then converts the RF transmissions back into Infrared signals used to control your DBS Receiver. The Base Unit will operate up to 100 ft. away from the Extension Unit. Infrared Extender This device consists of an Infrared Diode connected to a 4 ft. extension wire and plug. It plugs into the Base Unit for situations where placement in front of the DBS Receiver is difficult.

Compatible Components

Television VCRs Stereo Receivers Tape Decks 4 CD Players Cable Converter DBS Receiver

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Extension Unit Set-Up
Where to Use Use in the room where you want to use your remote control (example: use in the additional room wired to receive DBS System signal). How to Install 1. Plug the Extension Unit into a standard electrical outlet. 2. Place the logo side of the Extension Unit facing you. It can be placed up to 18 ft. from where you will be using the remote control.

Extension Unit

Maximum 18 ft.

Remote Control

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Base Unit Set-Up

Where to Use. Use in the room where the DBS Receiver is located. How to Set-Up 1. Plug the Base Unit power cord into standard electrical outlet. 2. Point the front of the Unit (logo side) facing the DBS Receiver. Extend the antenna for best performance. 3. Check the following distances Base Unit is within 20 ft. of DBS Receiver. Base Unit is within 100 ft. of Extension Unit.

DBS DISH ANTENNA

Base Unit

20 FT.

DBS Receiver
After setting up your Extension and Base Units, operate the Signal Sender by aiming your remote at the RCA logo on the front of the Extension Unit.

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Infrared Extender Set-Up
Where to Use Use when Base Unit cannot be easily placed in front of the DBS Receiver. (Example: when DBS Receiver and Base Unit are located in a closed cabinet). Use when you would prefer to conceal the Base Unit in a cabinet or behind furniture. How To Use 1. Plug the Infrared Extender into back of Base Unit. 2. Place the Infrared Diode (located on the opposite end of the extension cord) in clear view of DBS Receiver to enable signal transmission.

Base Unit DBS Receiver

Signal Extender
Example of Application: TV & DBS Receiver in Cabinet

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Troubleshooting
1. Make sure both units are plugged into a standard electrical outlet. 2. If the red light inside the Extension Unit does not light when the Remote Control is operated: Make sure you are pointing at the front of the Extension Unit (the RCA logo is on the front). Make sure you are within 18 ft. of the front of the Extension Unit. Make sure nothing is blocking the path between the remote and the Extension Unit. 3. If your DBS Receiver does not respond but the red light inside the Base Unit lights when a remote control is used: Make sure the Base Unit is within 20 ft. of your DBS Receiver. Make sure the Base Unit front is pointing at the front of your DBS Receiver. Make sure nothing is blocking the Base Unit and the DBS Receiver. 4. If the red light on the Extension Unit lights when you operate the remote but does not light in the Base Unit: Extend the antenna all the way up or move the antenna to a different position for better reception. Make sure the Extension Unit is no more than 100 ft. from the Base Unit. 5. Move the Unit that appears not to be working to another location and try it again. 6. Attach the infrared extender to the Base Unit for situations where there is an obstruction (TV Cabinet, etc.).

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DBS Signal Splitting
REMOTE CONTROL SIGNAL SENDER EXTENSION

REMOTE CONTROL

DBS RECEIVER REMOTE CONTROL SIGNAL SENDER BASE UNIT

COAXIAL CABLE

1. Hook up the DBS Receiver as outlined in the Receiver Owners Manual. 2. Using a 2 Way Signal Splitter (RCA Model D800)/4 Way Signal Splitter (RCA Model D810) connect the splitter Input to the DBS Receiver Out to TV. This will require a small length of coaxial cable. 3. Connect one output of the splitter to the original TV and connect the other output to the second TV via coaxial cable.

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DBS Accessories
To purchase these accessories, contact your local dealer. If no dealer is available, call the toll free number listed on next page and order by phone (please allow 24 weeks for delivery). RCU800 Universal Remote Controls Multiple Brands of TVs VCRs, Cable Boxes, DVD Players, and the RCA DBS Receiver.
D935 DBS Signal Sender Extension Unit Use with your Base Unit to control your DBS system receiver from additional locations.
DWay Signal Splitter DWay Signal Splitter
2 Way or 4 Way signal splitter to run your DBS SystemOut To TV cable to additional locations.
VH74 Deluxe 2 Way A/B Switch

CABLE A TO TV CABLE B

Use to switch between your DBS system and antenna.

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Description Model # Price $39.95 $34.95 Qty. Total
DBS Universal Remote RCU800 Signal Sender Extension Unit Deluxe 2 Way A/B Switch 2 Way Splitter 4 Way Splitter Sales Tax D935

D800 D810

$18.95 $27.95
We are required by law to collect the appropriate sales tax for each individual sale, county, and locality to which the merchandise is being sent.
Total Merchandise Order Shipping and Handling Total Amount Due Prices are subject to change without notice. $5.00
ORDERING BY PHONE: Have your Visa, Discover or MasterCard ready and call the toll-free number listed below. This number should only be used to place orders for the above accessories. 1-800-338-0376 ORDERING BY MAIL: Provide your name, address, phone number and a check or money order for the total amount due and mail to: RCA Accessories PO Box 8419 Ronks, PA 17573 Include this completed form with your order. 11

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Warranty

1 Year Limited Warranty

Thomson Consumer Electronics, Inc. warrants that for 1 year from date of purchase, it will replace this product if found to be defective in materials or workmanship. Return it postage prepaid to the Product Exchange Center address for prompt, no charge replacement with a current equivalent. This replacement is Thomson Consumer Electronics, Inc.s sole obligation under this warranty. Thomson Consumer Electronics, Inc. will not be responsible for any incidental or consequential damages, or for any loss arising in connection with the use or inability to use this product. Some states do not allow the exclusion or limitation of incidental or consequential damages, so the above limitation or exclusion may not apply to you. This warranty excludes defects or damage due to misuse, abuse, or neglect. This warranty gives you specific legal rights, and you may also have other rights, which vary from state to state.

 

Technical specifications

Full description

Keep control of your components at your fingertips with 1 remote control! This RCA Universal Remote controls your TV, VCR1, VCR2, DVD, Cable Box, Satellite, Audio and Auxiliary components. For convenience this remote also includes Code Saver, Code Search, an Extensive Code Library and Universal DBS & DVD Codes. 2 remotes for the price of 1! RCU800 PRODUCT FEATURES: Controls 8 Components; Sleep Timer; Control On-screen Channel Guides; Home Theater & Audio Control. RCU403 PRODUCT FEATURES: Controls 3 Devices; Palm-size.

General
Device TypeUniversal remote control
Remote Control
Connectivity TechnologyInfrared
Supported Device Qty8
Supported DevicesTV, VCR, satellite TV system, cable box, DVD player, audio system, audio/video components
Input DeviceKeypad
FeaturesSleep timer, code search function, PIP function, multi-brand compatibility
DisplayNone.
Miscellaneous
Included AccessoriesRemote control
Power
Battery2 x standard battery - AA type
Universal Product Identifiers
BrandTechnicolor
Part NumberRCU800B
GTIN00079000322672

 

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