REMOTE CONTROL MANUAL
  Contec's CheckMate™ IV Model RT-U49A

 
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1.  Introduction
Your Checkmate IV (Model RT-U49A) universal remote control is simple to program, easy to use, and can operate up to four (4) electronic devices which include:
  • CABLE - Cable converters
  • TV - Televisions
  • VCR - VCRs
  • AUX - 2nd CABLE, 2nd TV, 2nd VCR

Before you can use your remote control, it must be programmed (set-up) to operate the above devices.

Programming your remote is a simple procedure using Point and Press™ Programming, an automatic method whereby the remote self-programs to each of your devices, eliminating the need to use codes. Programming your remote can also be done by entering code numbers.

Simplified Point and Press™ Programming instructions can also be found on the back of your remote control.

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2.  Installing / Replacing Batteries
Install two (2) "AAA" batteries as indicated by the diagram in the battery compartment. Be careful to properly match the "+ / -" ends of the batteries with the diagram in the battery compartment.

Under normal use, your remote should operate for approximately 10 - 12 months on 2 "AAA" non-alkaline batteries. For longer life, use alkaline-type batteries.

When the batteries become too weak to operate the remote control properly, the mode keys will become dim or not illuminate at all during use. When this happens, install 2 new "AAA" size batteries.

When the batteries become too weak, the remote will reset itself back to operate only the CABLE portion. This is a default setting. To recitify, install 2 new "AAA" size batteries.

Your remote control has Memory Guard™, which eliminates reprogramming after battery changes provided new batteries are installed within 6 hours of removal of old batteries.

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3.  Programming Your Cable Converter
Your remote is pre-programmed to operate Motorola's DCT® 2000 Series and CFT2200® set-top CABLE converters.  If you have one of these devices, you do not need to program your cable box.  If you have one of these devices, and your remote is not responding, please view the General Reset Instructions.

If you need to operate a different CABLE converter, look up the brand and model number in the attached code list. If you are not sure of your brand and model, contact your cable company.

To program (setup) the remote to operate your CABLE converter...

1. Turn on your CABLE converter.

2. Press [DEVICE], then [MUTE] together - hold both buttons down until the lighted mode buttons start blinking in sequence.

3. Press [CABLE]. The [CABLE] button will illuminate.

4. From the Cable Setup Code list below, locate and enter the 3-digit code for your brand and model.

5. Press [CABLE] to lock in the code. The [CABLE] button will blink 2 times and go out.

Write your CABLE brand & setup code down for future reference.

Cable Setup Codes

Motorola (General Instrument)
DCT 2000 Series, CFT2200 (default)  101
CFT2100, CFT2000  102
Jerrold
DL4, DP(V), DQN(V), DPBB 103
Scientific Atlanta
Explorer 104
8600X 105
8600 106
8580 (Not available)  
8540, 70, 90 107
Pioneer
Voyager 104
BA-V1000, BA-V2000 110
BA-9000 109
BC-4600, BA-5000, BA-6000 108
Tocom
5503VIP, 5507, 5508 111
Zenith
Z-Tac 112
MM2500 113
Oak
Sigma One, P1, P2, P3, Sigma 2000 114

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4.  Programming Your TV
If you have a TV operated by remote control, it is recommended that you plug it directly into a wall outlet instead of the cable converter.

To program (setup) the remote to operate your TV...

1. Turn on your TV.

2. Press [DEVICE], then [MUTE] together - hold both buttons down until the lighted mode buttons start blinking in sequence.

3. Press [TV]. The [TV] button will illuminate.

4. Either...

a. Press and hold [CH ] until your TV turns off. As soon as your TV turns off, release [CH ].

OR

b. From the TV Setup Code list below, locate and enter the 3-digit code for your brand. If multiple codes are listed, you may have to enter several 3-digit codes until your TV turns off.

5. Press [MUTE]. If your TV turns back on, press [TV] to lock in the code. The [TV] button will blink 2 times and go out.

If your TV does not turn back on, repeat steps 4 and 5 above until you can turn your TV off and on.**

Write your TV brand & setup code for future reference.

** NOTE when using the Point and Press™ Programming method (step 4a.). If you find a code that turns your TV off but not back on (step 5.), you may have gone past the correct matching code. Try pressing [CH ] one step at a time until you find a code that turns your TV back on. Refer to Section 14 for Code Number Readback.

TV Setup Codes

Admiral 158 161 162 167
Adventura 104
Akai 165
A Mark 107 186
Amstrad 106
Anam 188 189 193
AOC 165
Belcor 141
Bell&Howell 162
Broksonic 111 154
Brokwood 141
Candle 127 152
Centurion 144 151
Citizen 127 152 159 162
Concerto 141 151
Contec 120
Coronado 107
Crown 107
Curtis Mathes 144 161 162
Daewoo 127 139 140 141 142 151 190 191 192 194
Daytron 141 144 151
Dumont 141
Electron Home 141 151
Elektra 102
Emerson 107 108 111 112 117 154 165 179
Envision 141 151
Fisher 110 128
Funai 104
GE 105 119 127 131 137 141 146 151 153 155 161 170
Gibralta 107 125 127 131 141 144 151 159 160 165
Goldstar (LG) 107 127 131 141 144 159 160 165
Grundig 159
Hall Mark 141 151
Hitachi 107 127 149 151 183 185
Inkel 175
JC Penney 105 110 127 137 141 151 165 169 170
JVC 148 177 180
Kawasho 141 151
KMC 107
KTV 107 130 159 165
Kurazai 162
Lodgenet 162
Logik 162
Luxman 127 141 151
LXI 135 167
Magnavox 101 105 107 114 127 126 141 152 168 181
Majestic 162
Marantz 103 165 176
Megatron 186
Memorex 162
MGA / Mitsubishi 103 127 131 141 144 151 165 176 184
Montgomery Ward 107 137 144 157 158 162 165 167 181
NEC 123 127 131 144
Orion 133 117 133 145 147 178
Panasonic 118 119 121 124 153 163
Philco 101 107 127 152 165 181
Philips 101 114 127 131 181 197
Pilot 141159197
Pioneer 156
Portland 107 127
ProScan 155 161 173 182
Proton 131
Pulsar 141
Quasar 119
Radio Shack 141
Realistic 112 157 179
RCA 122 127 146 153 155 161 165 172 173 182
Sampo 131 144
Samsung 107 116 120 131 144
Sanyo 102 110 128
Scott 131 144 179
Sears 102 107 110 116 127 128 143 169
Sharp 107 109 123 135 157 164 167 196
Signature 2000 107 144 158 162 167
Sony 132 138 150 166
Soundesign 152
Squareview 106
Supre-Macy 171
Sylvania 101 105 126 127 131 144 152 181
Symphonic 104 106
Tatung 119
Techwood 127
Teknika 101 107 127 152 162 179
Telerent 107 162
TMK 127 131
Toshiba 116 129 143 169
Totevision 159
Universal 127 170
Vidtech 127
Wards 127 131
White Westinghouse 158
XR-1000 162
Yamaha 127
York 131 144
Zenith                      104 115 125 136 142 134

To program your TV / VCR combination unit...

1. First, program your remote as a TV

Following the steps in this section, find a TV Setup Code that operates the TV functions of your TV / VCR (power, vol /, mute, ch/, 0 – 9).

2. Then, program your remote as a VCR

Following the steps in Section 5 for code number programming, enter, lock and test each 3-digit VCR Setup Code until a code is found that operates the VCR functions of your TV / VCR (play, stop, fast-forward, rewind, pause, record).

Note: You can not use the Point and Press™ Programming method to program the VCR functions of the TV / VCR.

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5.  Programming Your VCR
To program (setup) the remote to operate your VCR...

1. Turn on your VCR.

2. Press [DEVICE], then [MUTE] together - hold both buttons down until the lighted mode buttons start blinking in sequence.

3. Press [VCR]. The [VCR] button will illuminate.

4. Either...

a. Press and hold [CH ] until your VCR turns off. As soon as your VCR turns off, release [CH ].

OR

b. From the VCR Setup Code list below, locate and enter the 3-digit code for your brand. If multiple codes are listed, you may have to enter several 3-digit codes until your VCR turns off.

5. Press [MUTE]. If your VCR turns back on, press [VCR] to lock in the code. The [VCR] button will blink 2 times and go out.

If your VCR does not turn back on, repeat steps 4 and 5 above until you can turn your VCR off and on.**

Write your VCR brand & setup code for future reference.

** NOTE when using the Point and Press™ Programming method (step 4a.). If you find a code that turns your VCR off but not back on (step 5.), you may have gone past the correct matching code. Try pressing [CH ] one step at a time until you find a code that turns your VCR back on. Refer to Section 14 for Code Number Readback.

VCR Setup Codes

Admiral 114 156
Adventura 125
Aiwa 125
Akai 111 121 151
Audio Dynamics 107 144
Bell&Howell 105 124
Broksonic 109 148 153 164
Canon 108 134
Citizen 102 106 128 160
Colortyme 144
Craig 128 130
Curtis Mathes 108 113 134 144 160
Daewoo 106 110 112 157 158
Daytron 158 155
DBX    107 144
Dynatech 125
Emerson 102 103 106 108 109 122 133 140 149 151 164
Fisher 105 115 124 130 152
Funai 125
GE 108 127 128 134 141
Go Video 119 143 163
Goldstar (LG) 102 160
Harman Kardon 144
Hitachi 125 146 159
Instant Replay 108 117 134
JC Penney 105 108 117 128 134 144 146
JCL 108
JVC 104 105 107 126 138 160
Kenwood 105 107 160
Logik  142
LXI 102 125
Magnavox 108 125 134 136
Marantz 105 108 136 144 160
Marta 102
Memorex 102 105 125 130 134
MGA / Mitsubishi 123 129 131 147
MTC 125 128
Montgomery Ward 114 125 127 134 137 162
Multi Tech 125 128 142
NEC 105 107 144 170 171
Orion 122 149 165 166 167 168
Panasonic 108 113 134
Pentax 146
Philco 108 134 136
Philips 108 117 134 136
Pioneer 145 146
Portland 158
ProScan 127 141
Quasar 113 134
Quartz 101 108 116 117 127 128 137 141 146
Realistic 105 114 125 130 134
RCA 101 108 116 117 127 128 137 141 146
Samsung 121 128 139
Sansai 142
Sanyo 105 124 130
Scott 103 106 131 142
Sears 102 105 115 130 146
Sharp 114 156
Shintom 142
Signature 2000 114 125 127 137 162
Sony 132 135 150
Sylvania 108 116 117 125 134 136 165 172
Symphonic 125
Tandy 105 125
Tatung 107
Teac 107 125 
Technics 108
Teknika 102 153
Toshiba 105 115 146 152
Totevision 102 128
Unitech 128
Vector Research 131 144
Video Concepts 144
Wards 102 114 125 128 160
XR-1000 142
Yamaha 105 107 144 
Zenith 118 135 138 161

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6.  Programming Your Auxiliary Device
To program (setup) the remote to operate your AUXILIARY device (2nd CABLE, 2nd TV, 2nd VCR)…

1. Turn on your AUXILIARY device (2nd CABLE, 2nd TV, 2nd VCR).

2. Press [DEVICE], then [MUTE] together - hold both buttons down until the lighted mode buttons start blinking in sequence.

3. Press [AUX]. The [AUX] button will illuminate.

4. Press [TV] to program a 2nd TV as your AUXILIARY device. The [AUX] and [TV] buttons will blink together. Or press [CABLE] or [VCR] to program either of these as your AUXILIARY device.

5. Either...

a. Press and hold [CH ] until your AUXILIARY device turns off. As soon as your AUXILIARY device turns off, release [CH ].

OR

b. From the TV (Cable, VCR) Setup Code lists, locate and enter the 3-digit code for your brand. If multiple codes are listed, you may have to enter several 3-digit codes until your AUXILIARY device turns off.

6. Press [MUTE]. If your AUXILIARY device turns back on, press [AUX] to lock in the code. The two illuminated buttons will blink 2 times and go out.

If your AUXILIARY device does not turn back on, repeat steps 4 and 5 above until you can turn your AUXILIARY device off and on.**

Write your AUX device brand & setup code for future reference.

** NOTE when using the Point and Press™ Programming method (step 4a.). If you find a code that turns your AUXILIARY device off but not back on (step 5.), you may have gone past the correct matching code. Try pressing [CH ] one step at a time until you find a code that turns your AUXILIARY device back on. Refer to Section 14 for Code Number Readback.

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7.  Operating Your Converter
Your remote control is designed to operate all the features and functions of your advanced cable converter.

To select your remote’s CABLE mode, press [DEVICE] then [CABLE]. The [CABLE] button will blink one time. Then press...

[DEVICE] Illuminates [CABLE] mode.
[CABLE] CABLE on / off.
[TV] TV on / off.
[VCR] VCR on / off.
[AUX] AUXILIARY device on / off.
[0] - [9] Numeric entry buttons.
[LAST] Displays last channel viewed.
[MUSIC / ENTER] Selects Music Choice™ digital music through your converter.
[VOL ] / [VOL] Increases / decreases CABLE volume.
[MUTE] Mutes CABLE volume.
[EXIT] Exits on-screen menus, view guide.
[CH ] / [CH ] Increases / decreases CABLE channel.
[A], [B], [C] Functions set by cable operator.
[MENU] Displays on-screen features, options
[GUIDE] Displays on-screen listing of programs by date, time, channel.
[INFO] Displays channel, time information.
[FAV] Scroll through favorite channels.
[DAY] / [DAY] Previous / next day in view guide.
[], [], [], [] Navigate on-screen menus, program guide, PPV events and interactive services.
[SEL / OK] Select menu option, program PPV events and function options.
[PG ] / [PG ] Page up / down through menus, view guide.
[BYPASS] RF Bypass on converter.
[* HELP] Displays on-screen help on converters  so equipped.
[PPV / LOCK] Displays pay-per-view events, enter parental control access code.
[SEL / OK] Converter diagnostic functions (DCT / CFT2200 setup code 101).
[VCR / VOD] Press to illuminate current operation of VCR buttons, either CABLE (video-on-demand) or VCR (play, stop, etc.). Press again to change operations from CABLE ą VCR or VCR ą CABLE.  VCR / VOD operates in CABLE    mode only.
[] Stop – CABLE  or VCR.
[] Pause – CABLE or VCR.
[] Play – CABLE or VCR.
[] Rewind – CABLE  or VCR.
[] Record – CABLE or VCR.
[] Fast-forward – CABLE or VCR.

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8.  Operating Your TV
Your remote control is designed to operate many functions of your TV.

To select your remote’s TV mode, press [DEVICE] then [TV]. The [TV] button will blink one time. Then press...

[DEVICE] Illuminates [TV] mode.
[CABLE] CABLE on / off.
[TV] TV on / off.
[VCR] VCR on / off.
[AUX] AUXILIARY device on / off.
[0] – [9] Numeric channel entry buttons.
[MUSIC / ENTER] Pressed after 0 - 9 to change channels on some TVs.
[VOL ] / [VOL ] Increases / decreases TV  volume.
[MUTE] Mutes TV volume.
[CH ] / [CH ] Increases / decreases TV channels.
[TV / VCR] Change TV’s video inputs.
[] Stop - VCR.
[] Pause – VCR.
[] Play - VCR.
[] Rewind - VCR.
[] Record - VCR.
[] Fast-forward - VCR.

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9.  Operating Your VCR
Your remote control is designed to operate many functions of your VCR.

To select your remote’s VCR mode, press [DEVICE] then [VCR]. The [VCR] button will blink one time. Then press...

[DEVICE] Illuminates [VCR] mode.
[CABLE] CABLE on / off.
[TV] TV on / off.
[VCR] VCR on / off.
[AUX] AUXILIARY device on / off.
[0] – [9] Numeric channel entry buttons.
[VOL ] / [VOL ] Increases / decreases TV  volume.
[MUTE] Mutes TV volume.
[CH ] / [CH ] Increases / decreases VCR channels.
[TV / VCR] Change VCR’s video inputs.
[] Stop - VCR.
[] Pause – VCR.
[] Play - VCR.
[] Rewind - VCR.
[] Record - VCR.
[] Fast-forward - VCR.

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10.  Programming TV / VCR Combination Units
1. First, program the RT-U49A for your TV

a. Follow the programming steps for TV (either Point & Press™ or code-entry method will work)

b. Find a TV setup code that operates the TV functions of the TV / VCR unit

2. Then, program the RT-U49A for your VCR

a. Follow the programming steps for VCRs (use ONLY the code-entry method)

b. Individually enter, lock and test each 3-digit VCR setup code until a code is found that operates the VCR functions of the TV / VCR unit

c. To verify you have entered the correct VCR code – insert a video tape into the TV / VCR unit and test the different functions of the VCR

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11.  Operating Your Auxiliary Device
Your remote control can also operate a 2nd CABLE converter, 2nd TV, or 2nd VCR.

To select your remote’s AUXILIARY mode, press [DEVICE] then [AUX]. The [AUX] button will blink one time. Then press…

[DEVICE] Illuminates [AUX] mode.
[CABLE] CABLE on / off.
[TV] TV on / off.
[VCR] VCR on / off.
[AUX] AUXILIARY device on / off.


Refer to section 7, 8, or 9 above for operating the AUXILIARY device you have programmed your remote control to operate.

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12.  Programming Volume Control
When you first program your remote, each device controls its own volume (except VCR volume, which defaults to your TV). Your volume control options in each mode are:
 
CABLE CABLE (normal), TV or AUX (2nd TV).
TV TV (normal), CABLE or AUX (2nd TV).
VCR TV (normal), CABLE or AUX (2nd TV).
AUX AUXILIARY device (normal), CABLE or TV.

To control volume / mute through your TV in the remote’s CABLE mode…

1. Press [DEVICE], then [MUTE] together - hold both down until the lighted mode buttons start blinking in sequence.

2. Press [CABLE] to select the cable mode. The [CABLE] button will illuminate.

3. Press [VOL ], then [TV] for TV volume. The [CABLE] button will blink 2 times and go out.

To return volume control back to your CABLE converter, repeat steps 1. and 2. above, then press [VOL ], then [CABLE] in step 3.

To control volume / mute through your CABLE converter in the remote’s VCR mode…

1. Press [DEVICE], then [MUTE] together - hold both down until the lighted mode buttons start blinking in sequence.

2. Press [VCR] to select the VCR mode. The [VCR] button will illuminate.

3. Press [VOL ], then [CABLE] for CABLE volume. The [VCR] button will blink 2 times and go out.

To return volume control back to your TV, repeat steps 1. and 2. above, then press [VOL ], then [TV] in step 3.

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13.  Your Remote's SmartKeys™
Your remote is equipped with three (3) SmartKeys™ - [CABLE], [TV], and [BYPASS]. Each SmartKey™ can be programmed to transmit up to 12 functions (button presses), which can help simplify your remote’s operation and reduce button presses.

Here are a few examples of how you can program and use each SmartKey™.

Programming and using the [CABLE] SmartKey™

The [CABLE] button normally turns on / off your CABLE converter. You can program the [CABLE] button to turn on (or off) your CABLE, TV, VCR, and AUXILIARY devices with one button press.

1. Press [DEVICE], then [CABLE] to select the CABLE mode of your remote.

2. Press [CABLE], then [SEL] together – hold both down together until the [CABLE] button illuminates.

3. In this order, press [CABLE], [TV], [VCR], [AUX]. The [CABLE] button will blink and remain illuminated.

4. Press [CH ] to lock in this setting. The [CABLE] button will blink and go out.

To return the [CABLE] button to its normal function, repeat steps 1 and 2 above, then press [CH ].

Programming and using the [TV] SmartKey™

The [TV] button normally turns on / off your TV. You can program the [TV] button to turn on your TV, then tune your TV to channel 3 with one button press.

1. Press [DEVICE], then [CABLE] to select the CABLE mode of your remote.

2. Press [TV], then [SEL] together – hold both down together until the [TV] button illuminates.

3. In this order, press [TV], [DEVICE], [TV], [0], [3], [DEVICE], [CABLE]. The [TV] button will blink and remain illuminated.

4. Press [CH ] to lock in this setting. The [TV] button will blink and go out.

To return the [TV] button to its normal function, repeat steps 1 and 2 above, then press [CH ].

Programming and using the [BYPASS] SmartKey™

The [BYPASS] button (CABLE mode) places your CABLE converter in a BYPASS mode. While the CABLE converter is in its BYPASS mode, you can record one program on your VCR while watching a different program through your TV.

You can program the [BYPASS] button so that any time it is pressed, it will also tune your TV to a specific channel. This is important because when exiting the CABLE converter’s BYPASS mode, your TV should be re-tuned to its default channel, typically 3, for proper cable reception.

1. Press [DEVICE], then [CABLE] to select the CABLE mode of your remote.

2. Press [BYPASS], then [SEL] together – hold both down together until the [CABLE] button illuminates.

3. In this order, press [BYPASS], [DEVICE], [TV], [0], [3], [DEVICE], [CABLE]. The [CABLE] button will blink and remain illuminated.

4. Press [CH ] to store the setting. The [CABLE] button will blink and go out.

To return the [BYPASS] button to its normal function, repeat steps 1 and 2 above, then press [CH ].

Remember: When using any SmartKey™ to transmit a series of functions, be sure to keep your remote aimed at the devices to ensure all functions are received in their entirety.

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14.  Code Number Readback
To identify the 3-digit setup code for your devices, follow these steps:

1. Press [DEVICE], then [MUTE] - hold both down until the illuminated mode buttons start blinking in sequence.

2. Press [CABLE] to identify your CABLE converter code. Or [TV], [VCR], [AUX] to identify these codes. The selected mode button will illuminate.

3. Press [INFO]. The illuminated button will “blink back” the code number, with a 1-second interval between each digit of the code.

Example: For code “105”, the remote will blink 1 time, then 10 times, then 5 times.

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15.  Helpful Tips & Troubleshooting
Point and Press™ Programming

1. Your remote has a Point and Press™ Programming label on the back of its case. This will help you quickly program the remote without using codes.

2. A mode button will illuminate while the remote is in a programming mode. In the absence of an entry, the illuminated button will go out after 40 seconds.

3. When locking in your devices, the illuminated mode button will blink 2 times and go off.

4. When using the Point and Press™ Programming method, you may find a code that turns your device off but not back on (after pressing [MUTE]). If this happens…

a. the correct code has not been found. Continue pressing [CH ] until your devices turn on and off.

OR

b. you may have gone past the correct matching code. Try pressing [CH ] one step at a time until you find a code that turns your devices back on.

5. If you have a Scientific Atlanta 8500 series converter, press [CH ] or [CH ] to turn on the converter. Press [CABLE] to turn these converters off.

6. Your remote control will automatically shut itself off if the same key is pressed and held for 45 seconds. This extends battery life in the event the remote becomes lodged under or between large, heavy objects.

7. To reset your remote to its original settings…

a. Press [DEVICE], then [MUTE] together - hold both buttons down until the lighted mode buttons start blinking in sequence.

b. Press [CABLE]. The [CABLE] button illuminates.

c. Press [*Help], then [*HELP]. The [CABLE] button will blink 3 times and go out.

8. When programming your TV, VCR, or AUXILIARY devices, you may find several setup codes that can turn on / off a specific device. However, not all of these codes may operate all the functions on the device bring programmed. Be sure to use the setup code that operates all the functions on the device you are programming.

9. If you have any questions concerning the operation of your CABLE converter, contact your cable operator.

 

Batteries Weak
When the batteries become too weak, the remote will reset itself back to operate only the CABLE portion. This is a default setting.

When you press [DEVICE] and [TV], the [TV] button should be illuninating when you press the
[CH ] or [CH ] buttons. If this is not happenning, and the [CABLE] button is illuninating when you press the [CH ] or [CH ] buttons, you probably need new batteries

To recitify, install 2 new "AAA" size batteries.

refer to: Step 2.  Installing / Replacing Batteries

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16.  General Reset
All memory on the remote is cleared, except for the default settings of the DCT® 2000 Series, and CFT2200® converter boxes

1. Press [DEVICE], then [MUTE] together until buttons light up (2 - 3 seconds)

2. Press [CABLE]. [CABLE] button will light up

3. Press [*HELP], then [*HELP] again

4. [CABLE] button blinks and goes out

5. All codes will now be CLEARED, except for the default settings of the DCT® 2000 Series, and CFT2200® converter boxes.

6. Start programming your RT-U49A over again, as needed.

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