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Universal Easy Clicker Remote

There are Three ways you can Program your Remote:

  • Program your remote using the Quick Set-Up Method.
  • Program your remote using the Manual Programming Method.
  • Program your remote using the Auto-Search Method.

-In all sections, 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.

Quick Set-Up Method Instructions

  1. Turn ON the component you want to program (CBL, TV, or DVD).
  2. Press and hold the [DEVICE] key for 5 seconds until the Device LED blinks once and stays on. Continue to hold the [DEVICE] key and press the number key assigned to your brand in the Quick Setup Code Table and release both [DEVICE] key and the number key to save the code. The Device LED will blink twice to con rm that the code is stored.
  3. Point the remote control at the component.
  4. Press the [DEVICE] button. If it turns off, it is programmed for your component. If it does not turn off, use the Pre-Programmed 3-Digit code Method or Scanning Method.
  5. Repeat the steps above for all components (CBL, TV, DVD).

Manual Method Programming Instructions

The remote control can be programmed by entering a three-digit 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.

  1. Turn ON the equipment that you want the remote control to operate Cable Box, TV, or DVD.
  2. Press and hold the [DEVICE] button and 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.
  3. Point the remote control toward the equipment and enter the three-digit code number assigned to your brand from the code tables. If there is more than one three-digit number listed for your brand, try one code number at a time until your equipment turns off.
    – You can verify that you have selected the correct code by pressing the MUTE button. The equipment should turn on or off.
  4. Store the three-digit code by pressing the same [DEVICE] button once again. The device LED will blink twice to con rm that the code has been stored.

-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.

Auto-Search Method Programming Instructions

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:

  1. Turn ON the equipment that you want the remote control to operate Cable Box, TV, or DVD.
  2. Press the [DEVICE] button and the OK/SEL 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.
  3. Press the CH UP or CH DOWN button one at a time or keep it pressed. The remote will emit a series of Power ON/OFF code signals. Release the CH UP or CH DOWN button as soon as the equipment turns off.
    – You can verify that you have selected the correct code by pressing the MUTE button. The equipment should turn on or off.
  4. Press the same [DEVICE] button to store the code. The Device LED will blink twice to con rm that the code has been stored.

To find the Three-Digit code that was Programmed Using the Auto-Search Method

  1. 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.
  2. 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. Ten blinks indicates the number 0.

Programming for Advanced Functions

In the CABLE device mode, the A, B, C, and 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.
-The A, B, C, and D buttons are not programmable if you have a Digital Cable Box made by Pace, Pioneer, or Scientific-Atlanta.

  1. Press the CBL button to select the CBL mode.
  2. Press the [MACRO] button and OK/SEL button simultaneously for 3 seconds. The CBL button will turn on for 20 seconds.
  3. Enter 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.
  4. Press the CH UP button to store the channels that were selected. The CBL button will blink twice to con rm 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, repeat all steps 1, 2, and 4 above.

Assigning the Volume and Mute Keys to a Different Device

By default, the VOL UP or VOL DOWN and MUTE keys operate through your TV. If you would like those keys to operate those functions on a different device, follow these steps:

  1. 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.
  2. Press the VOL UP button. The device LED will blink.
  3. 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 con rm the programming.
    -If you wish to have the volume and mute keys operate your Cable Box, press the CBL button in Step 3.

CABLE-DVR (TIVO)

CHANNEL MASTER 859

DSTV 836, 837, 838, 839, 840

HUGHES 817, 821, 822, 823, 824, 825, 826, 827, 828

HUMAX 817, 818

ICREALTIME 834, 816

PHILIPS 790, 817, 821, 822, 823, 824, 825, 826, 827, 828, 835,

SPECO TECHNOLOGIES 879

TIVO 790, 817, 818, 821, 822, 823, 824, 825, 826, 827, 828, 858

TOSHIBA 817

ZUUMMEDIA 855

ZENITH 567

TV

ADMIRAL 072, 081, 160, 161, 096

AD NOTAM 672

ADVENT 147

AFFINITY 680

AIWA 141 145

AKAI 070, 146, 004, 148, 124, 226, 104, 108, 244

AKIO 103

ALARON 028

AMARK 112, 127

AMERICA ACTION 043

AMPRO 073, 167

ANAM 043, 054, 056, 080, 112, 131

AOC 058, 070, 004, 112, 245

APEX 092

APEX DIGITAL 015, 150, 037, 724

AQUAVISION 097, 100, 686

AUDIOVOX 076, 103, 043, 035, 078, 224

AUVIO 689

AVIELO 090, 628

AVION 223

AVERA 761

AXESS 711

BAYSONIC 043

BELL&HOWELL 072

BENQ 234

BRADFORD 043

BROKSONIC 096, 170

CAIRN 162

CANDLE 070, 002, 003, 004

CAPEHART 058

CARVER 164

CELEBRITY 001

CETRONIC 043

CIELO 714

CIIL 732

CINERAL 103, 120

CITIZEN 070, 002, 003, 004, 101, 103, 127

CLASSIC 043

COBY 640, 641, 671, 236

CONCERTO 004

CONTEC 043, 051

CONTINU-US 161, 746, 747

CORONADO 127

CRAIG 043, 054, 028

CROSLEY 164

CROWN 043, 127

CURTIS MATHES 070, 004, 101, 011, 072, 081, 120, 164, 127

CXC 043

DAEWOO 076, 103, 112, 004, 127, 016, 043, 044, 125, 120

DAYTRON 004, 127

DELL 041, 249

DENON 011

DIGITAL PROJECTION 090

DUMONT 004, 073

DWIN 131, 132, 161

DYNASTY 043

DYNATECH 062

FISHER 007, 057

ELECTROBAND 001

ELECTROHOME 024, 076, 127

ELEMENT 004, 110, 622, 690

EMERSON 005, 028, 043, 048, 076, 096, 155, 004, 051, 151, 153 154 127 121

ENVISION 070

EPSON 087, 228

ESA 031

EVERVUE 755

FREEMOTION 688

FUJITSU 164, 197, 028, 157, 149, 066, 217

FUNAI 028, 043, 052, 168

FUSION 642

FUTURETECH 043

GATEWAY 165, 031

GE 070, 073, 130, 144, 160, 161, 004, 008, 009, 034, 056 074 091 155 081 120

GEM 031

GIBRALTER 004, 073

GOLDSTAR 004, 106, 112, 127

GPX 674

GRUNPY 028, 043

HAIER 004, 116, 623, 236, 749

HALL MARK 004

HANNSPREE 099

HARLEY DAVIDSON 028

HARMAN KARDON 164

HARVARD 043

HISENSE 198, 021, 619, 630, 631, 236, 752

HITACHI 011, 007, 009, 004, 072, 010, 012, 023, 075, 158, 127, 174, 243, 670, 749

HP 027, 039, 098

HUMAX 122

HYPERION 242

HYUNDAI 049, 067

ILO 055, 096

INFINITY 164

INFOCUS 046, 215, 225, 233, 726, 733

INKEL 129

INSIGNIA 068, 069, 078, 096, 164, 168, 247

INTEQ 073

JBL 164

JCB 001

JCPENNEY 004, 008, 024, 030, 065, 070, 101, 160, 156, 127

JENSEN 013

JVC 038, 001, 034, 083, 195, 159, 227, 639

KENWOOD 070, 001

KLEGG 220

KLOSS 002, 059

KREISEN 202

KTV 070, 043, 154, 127

LG 004, 106, 112, 127, 086, 236, 648, 741

LODGENET 072

LOEWE 196, 164, 738

LOGIK 072

LUXMAN 004

LXI 007, 015, 052, 081, 160, 164

MAGNAVOX 070, 003, 004, 022, 059 060, 061, 063, 064, 127, 164, 094, 160, 056, 028, 035, 211, 205, 218, 050, 138, 232

MAJESTIC 072

MARANTZ 164, 070, 143, 169

MATSUI 164

MATSUSHITA 080

MAXENT 165

MEGATRON 004

MEMOREX 004, 007, 072, 028, 096

METZ 088

MGA 024, 070, 004, 042

MIDLAND 073

MINERVA 088

MINTEK 077

MINUTZ 008

MITSUBISHI 109, 024, 042, 004, 040, 146, 028, 124, 081, 200, 235

MOTOROLA 081

MTC 070, 004, 062, 101

MULTITECH 043

NAD 015, 025

NEC 070, 130, 134, 040, 056, 007, 019, 024, 004, 182, 140, 717, 758

NEXUS 620, 078

NIKEI 043

NIKKO 103

NIKO 175

NORCENT 211

NTC 103

NUVISION 084

OLEVIA 219, 004, 161, 144, 160

ONKING 043

ONWA 043

OPTIMUS 080

OPTOMA 029, 032

OPTONICA 019, 081

ORION 096, 201, 203, 204, 205, 028

PANASONIC 080, 034, 056, 164, 190, 230, 248, 237, 240, 664

PEERLESS-AV 723, 763

PHILCO 070, 003, 004, 024, 056, 059, 060, 063, 064, 127, 164

PHILIPS 164, 005, 038, 093, 127, 070, 003, 004, 059, 199, 218, 161, 232, 629, 727, 773

PIONEER 023, 025, 135, 176, 004, 018, 070, 183, 191, 208, 214, 182, 660

PLANAR 728, 742, 787, 788

POLAROID 026, 118, 119, 006, 110

PORTLAND 004, 103, 127

PRISM 034

PROSCAN 144, 160, 161, 167, 236

PROTON 004, 058, 171, 173, 193, 127, 163

PROTRON 102, 213, 004, 115

PROVIEW 110

PROX 092

PYLE HOME 661, 662

QUASAR 034, 056, 239

RADIO SHACK 004, 019, 127, 043

RCA 160, 161, 144, 156, 065, 070, 004, 023, 024, 056, 074, 152, 081, 209, 713, 751

REALISTIC 007, 019

REVOLUTION HD 220

RUNCO 072, 073, 130, 179, 180, 181, 182, 216, 194, 697

SAMPO 070, 004, 058, 165

SAMSUNG 192, 089, 004, 101, 127, 133, 160, 105, 070, 184, 185, 515, 655

SANSEI 120

SANSUI 096, 244, 078, 762

SANYO 007, 053, 057, 082, 020, 750

SCEPTRE 036, 699

SCOTCH 004

SCOTT 004, 005, 028, 043, 048, 127, 113

SEARS 004, 007, 015, 028, 030, 057, 082, 094, 160, 052, 164, 127

SEIKI 690

SELECO 189

SEMIVOX 043

SEMP 015

SEURA 704

SHARP 081, 019, 014, 028, 004, 022, 127, 684, 692, 735, 765, 766

SHERWOOD 128

SIGNATURE 072

SILO 001

SKYVUE 086

SOLE 177 178

SONY 001, 241, 633, 126, 139

SOUNDESIGN 003, 004, 028, 043

HBC – Video Service Remotes and Codes 61

SOYO 163

SPECTRICON 112

SPECTRONIQ 004

SQUAREVIEW 052

SSS 004 043

STARLITE 043

SUNBRITE 633, 634, 635, 236, 238, 772

SUPRE MACY 002

SUPREME 001

SVA 046

SYLVANIA 070, 003, 059, 060, 063, 064, 127, 160, 164, 044, 056, 168, 121, 231

SYMPHONIC 052, 168

SYNTAX OLEVIA 219, 004, 161, 144, 160

TANDY 081

TATUNG 056, 062

TCL 705, 749

TECHNICS 034, 080

TECHNOL ACE 028

TECHVIEW 246

TECHWOOD 004

TEKNIKA 002, 003, 004, 024, 028, 043, 072, 101, 103, 164, 127

TELEFUNKEN 244

TELERENT 072

TERA 172

THOMPSON 166

TILEVISION 663

TMK 004

TNCI 073

TOSHIBA 015, 030, 007, 040, 062, 101, 142, 045, 137, 703

TOTEVISION 127

TRUTECH 212

UNIVERSAL 008, 009

UPSTAR 708

VENTURER 236

VIDEO CONCEPTS 146

VIDIKRON 188, 164, 182

VIDTECH 004

VIEWSONIC 210, 211, 720

VIORE 055, 229, 192

VISCO 110

VIZIO 236, 031, 624, 004, 625, 675

WARDS 004, 064, 164, 008, 009, 019, 028, 060, 061, 063, 072, 074, 070, 127

W BOX TECHNOLOGIES 731

WESTINGHOUSE 076, 036, 221, 222, 001, 280, 690, 695

WINBOOK 079

YAMAHA 004, 070, 206, 20

YORK 004

YUPITERU 043

ZENITH 011, 072, 073, 095, 103, 096

ZONDA 112

DVD

ADCOM 203

AIWA 210, 214

AKAI 239

ALPINE 179

ANTHEM 361

APEX DIGITAL 240, 197, 247, 248, 196

ARCAM 165, 148, 374

AUDIOVOX 075

BOSE 244, 245

CAMBRIDGE AUDIO 224, 145, 360

CARY AUDIO DESIGN 249, 149

CLASSE 242

COBY 206

CYBERHOME 170, 212

DAEWOO 170

DENON 226, 184, 225, 358

DUNE 366

DURABRAND 235

DYNEX 089

EMERSON 235

ESA 235

FUNAI 235

GE 188 189

GOLDSTAR 182 194

GO VIDEO 228, 182, 252, 253, 254

GRADIENTE 243

HARMAN KARDON 217

HITACHI 181

HITEKER 197

INSIGNIA 078, 235, 085, 182, 178, 089, 385

INTEGRA 208, 236, 238, 128

JVC 185

KENWOOD 166

KISS 237

KLH 230

KOSS 243

KRELL 218

LEXICON 216

LG 182, 194, 105, 090

LITEON 150

MAGNAVOX 178, 191, 195, 235, 386

MARANTZ 176, 177, 135

MCINTOSH 167

MEMOREX 222

MERIDIAN 200

MINTEK 240, 196

MITO 229

MITSUBISHI 186

MOXI 112

MYRYAD 211

NAD 198, 182, 092

ONKYO 207, 236, 128

OPPO 125

OPTIMUS 187

ORITRON 243

PANASONIC 076, 219, 173, 184, 192, 103, 104, 379

PARASOUND 083

PHILIPS 164, 074, 209, 176, 177, 191, 195, 127, 381

PIONEER 187, 180, 175, 221, 223, 093, 364, 156, 377

POLAROID 075, 084, 085

PRIMARE 250, 251

PROCEED 172

PROSCAN 188, 189

RCA 188, 189, 086

SANSUI 201

SANYO 215

SAMSUNG 183, 228, 193, 205, 073, 152, 241, 380

SENSORY SCIENCE 254, 255

SHARP 174

SHERWOOD 083, 129 361

SONY 077, 190, 213, 168, 118, 119, 120, 121, 126, 091, 363, 368, 378, 382

SPECTRONIQ 088

SUPERSCAN 235

SV2000 235

SYLVANIA 235

SYMPHONIC 235

TAG MCLAREN 202

TASCAM 185

TECHNICS 173

THETA DIGITAL 187

TOSHIBA 169, 171, 191, 206, 227,201, 236, 356

TRUTECH 151

VENTURER 229

VINC 220, 087

VIZIO 375

YAMAHA 199, 204, 246, 184, 192, 334, 383

ZENITH 182, 194

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