Your Champ (URC2020)
universal remote control is simple to program, easy to use, and can operate up to five (4)
electronic devices which include:
CABLE - Your Cable converter*
TV - Televisions
This remote is programmed by default to command Motorola converters. No programming to these
converters is necessary. If your converter is not responding to commands, try unplugging your
converter and plugging it back in.
This method allows you
to program the remote control WITHOUT using CODES. Instead, the remote control will actually
find the device you are trying to set by looking through it's code library until it finds the
correct code for your device. You then lock in the correct code as described below.
program (setup) the remote using CODE SEARCH...
Turn on your
and hold SETUP until LED blinks twice.
the TV POWER button. The LED will stay lit.
and HOLD DOWN the OK/SELECT key. Let go of the OK/SELECT key when your device turns
the TV POWER button to turn the device back on.
If you'd like to find out what your code is for
future use, see the next section (Code Number Readback)
blinks, but remote does not control my equipment.
mode key and point remote at equipment you need to control.
codes for my brand of device and none work.
Try the CODE
SEARCH method (CLICK HERE). IF that does not work,
it is possible that your purchased device is not compatible. This happens from time to
Issue- Muted volume
off converter when it has a recording schedule will cause the DVR (not TiVo) to mute when
it comes back on to record. This is done on purpose by the DVR manufacturer.
Here is the situation. The converter volume
has been automatically muted. However, when a you turn up the volume on the remote, the
TV volume goes up, and this doesn't help. You need to turn up the converter
volume. So you will need to change the volume function from the TV to the converter.
how to change the volume control to your cable box. Once the volume function is assigned to the cable box, you can either hit the mute
button to UNmute the box, or push the volume up button.
It is advised that you then reassign the volume
function to your TV when done viewing the program, and record any future programs with
the converter box turned on.
You can prevent this next time by leaving the
converter POWERED ON the next time you have a scheduled
recording. You do not need to turn off the DVR to record (like you would a VCR)
Low Battery Indication - when
the batteries become low and need to be replaced, the [CABLE], [TV], [DVD], [AUDIO]
buttons will not illuminate normally, or at all, during operation. To rectify, install 2
new "AA" size batteries to restore normal operation to the remote control. refer
to: Step 2.
Installing / Replacing Batteries
If you have any questions concerning the brand, model or operation of your cable set-top
terminal, contact us.
Frequently Used Terms
amplifiers, CD players that you can program your remote to operate.
How your remote is
set when you receive it from your cable operator. The programming that is retained even
after a remote is reset.
electronic devices the remote is designed to operate. These include cable set-top
terminals, TVs, VCRs, DVDs, receivers, amplifiers and CD players.
The power / mode
buttons will illuminate in a fast sequence (i.e. [CBL], [TV], [DVD], [AUDIO], [CBL]…)
repeated every 1/3 second. Fast-rotation occurs when the remote is receiving key presses to
program it to your electronic devices.
The device the
remote is set to operate (ex. Cable, TV, DVD, AUDIO). See Section 10 for locking and
unlocking the mode of the remote control.
The process of
teaching your remote control to operate your electronic devices.
The channel your TV
needs to be set on for proper Cable reception (channel 4 or 3, depending
on market). If you have any questions concerning your TV output channel, contact
with your cable set-top terminal turned on, try setting your TV to channel 3 or 4 to obtain
a clear picture.
These are the ,
(Stop, Pause, Play, Rew, Fwd, and REC) buttons. In the remote control's Cable
mode, these buttons operate your Cable set-top features for Video On Demand or DVR
functions. In the remote control's DVD mode, these buttons operate your DVD or Blu Ray
features (except record).