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onn 6-Device Universal Remote User Guide


This onn 6-Device Universal Remote user guide is a visual manual on how to use the Onn universal remote. This page includes instructions for using both the RF and IR modes of operation, as well as troubleshooting tips. You may find that the red light remains illuminated and this guide contains information on what that may mean.

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Onn 6-Device Universal Remote

Model: 100008755

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GETTING STARTED

Thank you for choosing the ONN Universal Remote Control. This remote control can operate a wide range of electronic devices, works across most brands and models, and comes pre-programmed to operate many Samsung TVs (see the Programming Your Remote sections if your device is not compatible). Your remote can control up to 6 devices and is remarkably easy to set up. To get started, please install two AA alkaline batteries (not included) as shown below.

BATTERIES

Installing the Batteries

  1. Remove the battery cover.
  2. Insert the batteries as shown.
  3. Snap the battery cover back into place.

Installing the batteries diagram

Battery Precautions

  • Do not mix old and new batteries.
  • Do not mix alkaline, standard (carbon-zinc) or rechargeable (nickel-cadmium) batteries.
  • Always remove old, weak or wornout batteries promptly and recycle or dispose of them in accordance with local and national regulations.

Low Battery Indicator

If while using the remote, the button’s red indicator light flashes 3 times, this indicates the batteries need to be replaced. Please replace the batteries as soon as possible when this indication occurs.

Code Saver

When changing the batteries of your remote, please do so quickly. You have up to 20 minutes to change the batteries in your remote without losing the programmed codes.

Battery Saver

To conserve battery power, the remote will automatically turn off if any button is pressed for more than 60 seconds (except during programming). This feature is helpful in the event that the remote is stuck in a location 10where the buttons remain depressed, such as between sofa cushions.

BUTTONS

Button explanations

NOTE: Some of the buttons on the remote may not support all of the functions of the original device remote.

Image showing the buttons with the explanation of what they do

PROGRAMMING YOUR REMOTE

Programming your remote is as easy as 1, 2, 3

Before beginning, please make sure that the device you want to control is powered on and follow these three simple steps.

DIRECT CODE ENTRY

NOTE: Press PROGRAM to exit at any time.

Programming the buttons step 1

NOTE: The ONN universal remote comes pre-programmed to operate many Samsung TVs.

Programming the buttons step 2

Programming the buttons step 3

REMOTE CODES LIST

If you are looking to pair this 6-in-1 remote control from Onn to your TV then you may need one of these pairing codes to make it work.

  • Abex 5104
  • Accurian 5126, 5196
  • Accuscan 5027, 5129
  • Acme 5043
  • Action 5018, 5049, 5065, 5075
  • ADA 5046
  • ADC 5037, 5214
  • Admiral 5027, 5028, 5060, 5065, 5074
  • Advantz 5012
  • Advent 5025, 5131, 5156, 5214
  • Adventura 5232
  • Adventuri 5179
  • Agna 5214
  • Aiko . 5083
  • Aiwa 5173, 5264, 5265
  • Akai . 5018, 5048, 5057, 5058, 5076, 5081
  • Alaron .. 5043, 5074
  • Alba . 5001
  • Albatron 5065
  • Alfide 5057, 5058
  • Alleron . 5018, 5043, 5244
  • Amark 5006, 5027, 5065
  • Ambassador 5110, 5214
  • America Action . 5028
  • American High 5081, 5179
  • Amstrad 5091, 5110
  • Amtron 5028, 5179
  • Anam 5028
  • Anamnational .. 5028, 5068, 5071, 5262
  • Aomni 5204
  • Apex 5116, 5130, 5142
  • Apple TV 5053
  • Apex Digital 5008, 5049, 5130
  • Archer 5065
  • Aspect 5094
  • Astar 5198
  • Asuka 5001
  • Audinac 5028
  • Audio-Technica . 5075
  • Audiovox .. 5028, 5065, 5074, 5075, 5083
  • AUVIO 5077, 5105, 5162, 5196
  • Aventura 5091
  • Axion 5208, 5145
  • Basicline 5001
  • Baycrest 5009
  • Baysonic 5028
  • Beaumark 5018, 5074, 5075
  • Belcor 5018, 5075 , 5095
  • Bell&Howell 5074, 5084, 5090
  • BenQ 5029, 5115, 5182
  • Bluesky . 5152, 5278
  • Bradford 5028
  • Brockwood 5018, 5075, 5095
  • Broksonic 5011, 5028, 5060, 5065
  • Brokwood 5095
  • BUSH 5147
  • Candle 5009, 5018, 5095, 5232
  • Capehart 5018, 5065, 5075, 5083, 5289
  • Carnivale 5018
  • Carver . 5043, 5090
  • CCE 5190
  • Celea 5201
  • Celebrity . 5048, 5179
  • Celera 5201
  • Centrios 5021
  • Centurion 5095
  • Cetronic 5071
  • Changhong . 5008, 5180, 5201
  • Cinego 5121
  • Cineral . 5083, 5152
  • Citek . 5027, 5129
  • Citizen . 5006, 5009, 5012, 5018, 5028
  • Civet 5049
  • Clairtone 5049
  • Clarion 5028
  • Classic 5018, 5071, 5075
  • COBY . 5183, 5261, 5284
  • Color voice 5043
  • Coloryme 5018, 5027, 5043, 5075, 5081
  • Colt 5075
  • Commercialsolutions 5027, 5129
  • Concerto 5095
  • Conic 5075
  • Concierge 5291
  • Contec . 5014, 5028, 5049, 5071
  • Cornea 5075
  • Craig 5012, 5028, 5071, 5074, 5091
  • Crosley 5018, 5028, 5090, 5091
  • Crown . 5028, 5057, 5058
  • Crownmustang 5057, 5058
  • CTX 5065
  • CurtisMathes . 5018, 5027, 5028, 5050
  • CXC 5028, 5071
  • Cybervision 5152
  • Daewoo 5006, 5019, 5020, 5040, 5043
  • Dayton . 5075, 5083 , 5095
  • Daytron . 5018, 5083, 5095
  • Dell 5075, 5146, 5190
  • Denon .. 5002, 5076
  • Denstar 5028
  • Diamond Vision 5035, 5167
  • Digimate 5243
  • Digistar . 5025, 5123, 5124, 5130, 5219
  • Digital Lifestyles 5051
  • Digital Stream 5153
  • Dimensia 5129
  • Disney 5060, 5089
  • Dukane 5094
  • Dumont .. 5028, 5075, 5095, 5288, 5291
  • Durabrand 5023, 5028, 5060, 5065
  • Dwin 5084, 5129
  • Dynasty 5071
  • Dynex 5077
  • Eaton 5081
  • Electroband 5048, 5049, 5179
  • Electrograph .. 5114
  • Electrohome 5014, 5018, 5046, 5049
  • Elektra 5288
  • Elite . 5001
  • Emerald 5075, 5110
  • Emerson . 5011, 5012, 5027, 5028, 5040
  • Envision.. 5018, 5075, 5095, 5127 , 5192
  • ESA 5091, 5266
  • Fisher 5014, 5087, 5090, 5179, 5247
  • Fortress 5084
  • Fujitsu 5009, 5074, 5135, 5244
  • Funai 5028, 5071, 5074, 5091, 5117
  • Futuretec . 5028, 5071
  • Futuretech 5028
  • Gateway .5114, 5115, 5246
  • GE 5004, 5007, 5012, 5018, 5027, 5033
  • Gemini 5027, 5095, 5129
  • Gibralter. 5018, 5075, 5095, 5179 , 5291
  • Go Video 5118
  • Go Vision 5208
  • GoldStar 5014, 5018, 5022, 5027, 5075
  • Goodmans 5013
  • GPX 5074
  • Gradiente . 5023, 5025, 5043
  • Grandtec 5092
  • Granprix 5074
  • Grundig 5057, 5058, 5100
  • Grundy 5028, 5074, 5244
  • Grunpy .. 5028, 5074
  • Guestvision .. 5267
  • Gvision 5230
  • Haier 5111, 5115, 5130, 5211, 5255
  • Hallmark.. 5011, 5028, 5074, 5075, 5095
  • Hannspree . 5113
  • Harman/Kardon . 5090
  • Harvard 5028
  • Hauppauge 5207
  • Havermy 5084
  • Helios 5174
  • HewlettP-ackard . 5093
  • Hikone 5001
  • Himitsu 5028, 5131
  • Hisense 5188, 5130, 5245
  • Hitachi 5014, 5027, 5049, 5055
  • ILO 5059, 5210, 5220, 5234, 5266
  • IMA 5011, 5028, 5074, 5075
  • InFocus 5129
  • Infinity 5090
  • Initial . 5059, 5234
  • Insignia 5025, 5060, 5066, 5070, 5077
  • Integra 5043
  • Inteq 5076, 5291
  • Janeil 5232
  • JBL 5090
  • JCPenney 5007, 5009, 5014, 5033
  • JCB 5048, 5179
  • Jensen 5095, 5122, 5131, 5214
  • JIL 5018, 5075
  • Jutan 5018, 5075
  • JVC 5014, 5018, 5055, 5090, 5099
  • Kamp . 5028, 5049, 5075
  • Kawasho .5018, 5048, 5049 , 5075, 5095
  • Kaypani 5289
  • KEC 5028, 5081
  • KEC0041 5028
  • Kenwood 5018, 5028, 5075 , 5095
  • KLH 5008, 5028, 5201
  • Kloss 5018, 5285
  • Kloss Novabeam 5232, 5290
  • KMC . 5065
  • Kogi . 5230
  • Konka 5001, 5028, 5047, 5066
  • Kurazai 5288
  • Lark 5247
  • Lasonic 5167
  • Legend 5025
  • LG  5014, 5015, 5018, 5022, 5065, 5075
  • Liquidvideo . 5021, 5208
  • Lloyd’s . 5011, 5018, 5028
  • Lodgenet 5129, 5268, 5288
  • Loewe 5085, 5090, 5102
  • Logik. 5011, 5028, 5074, 5095, 5129, 5288
  • Luce . 5217
  • Luxman 5095
  • Lxi 5006, 5007, 5008, 5018, 5027, 5050
  • Macy 5009, 5247
  • Magnasonic . 5008, 5018, 5065, 5074
  • Magnavox 5006, 5009, 5012, 5018
  • Majestic . 5129, 5288
  • Marantz 5018, 5043, 5086 , 5090, 5095
  • Matsui 5095, 5110
  • Matsushita 5056, 5079
  • Maxent 5114, 5115, 5246
  • Medion 5089, 5220
  • Megapower 5065
  • Megatron 5027, 5065, 5075, 5076
  • Mei 5049
  • Memorex 5018, 5028, 5060, 5074
  • MGA . 5014, 5018, 5046, 5055
  • MGN Technology 5075
  • Microgenius 5214
  • Midland 5027, 5050, 5075, 5079
  • Mintek 5059
  • Minutz 5007
  • Mitsubishi 5018, 5024, 5046, 5055
  • Monivision 5039, 5065
  • Montgomery Ward 5129, 5288
  • Moteva 5247
  • Motorola . 5065, 5079, 5084, 5090, 5214
  • MTC 5012, 5018, 5028 , 5049, 5075
  • Multitech 5028, 5074
  • Multivision 5036
  • Myron&Davis 5174
  • Net TV . 5114, 5246
  • Newtech 5095
  • Nexxtech 5123, 5223
  • Nikei 5071
  • Nikko 5018, 5075, 5083 , 5095
  • Nikkodo . 5018, 5075, 5083
  • Niko . 5277
  • Nishi 5018
  • Norcent 5130, 5248, 5249
  • NTC 5083
  • Nyon 5179
  • Olevia 5095, 5260, 5274, 5276
  • Oncommand ..5267
  • Onking 5071
  • Onwa 5028, 5071
  • Optimus 5018, 5028, 5056, 5075
  • Optoma 5113, 5221
  • Optonica 5056, 5065, 5084, 5088
  • Orion 5011, 5028, 5060, 5062, 5074
  • Pace 5075, 5083
  • Palsonic 5131
  • Panasonic National . 5008, 5011
  • Panda 5100
  • Pausa 5074
  • Paxonic . 5018, 5075, 5081
  • PCE 5008, 5074, 5081
  • Penney 5007, 5008, 5018, 5027, 5056
  • Philco 5006, 5009, 5018, 5047, 5055
  • Philips . 5009, 5017, 5018, 5033, 5034
  • Philips Magnavox . 5090
  • Pilot 5018, 5075, 5079, 5081 , 5095
  • Pioneer .5032, 5043, 5095, 5104, 5172, 5224
  • PIVA 5225
  • Planar 5231
  • Polaroid . 5070, 5122, 5174, 5186
  • Portland . 5065, 5075, 5083 , 5095, 5214
  • Precision.. 5011, 5012, 5028, 5049, 5110
  • Price Club 5149
  • Prima.5025, 5123, 5124, 5131, 5214, 5219
  • Princeton 5065
  • Princeton Graphics -5065
  • Prism 5056, 5079
  • Proscan 5027, 5050, 5064, 5119
  • Proton 5030, 5065, 5075, 5095
  • Protron 5243
  • Proview .. 5095, 5186
  • Pulsar .. 5075 , 5083, 5095, 5288, 5291
  • Pulser .. 5075, 5083
  • Quartz . 5075, 5214
  • Quasar 5056, 5079, 5088, 5090
  • Rabbit . 5027, 5129
  • RadioShack . 5014, 5018, 5027, 5028
  • RCA 5004, 5007, 5019, 5027, 5046
  • Realistic 5014, 5018, 5027, 5028
  • Replay TV . 5096
  • Rhapsody 5049
  • Road Authority . 5012
  • Runco 5018, 5038, 5043, 5081
  • Sampo . 5014, 5018, 5027, 5095
  • Samsung 5014, 5018, 5027, 5031
  • Samsux .. 5095, 5149
  • Samtron 5149
  • Sanky 5018, 5075, 5081
  • Sansui 5018, 5060, 5075, 5081
  • Santeca 5254
  • Sanyo . 5005, 5014, 5027, 5060, 5073
  • Sceptre 5116, 5150
  • Scimitsu 5075
  • Scotch 5075 , 5095
  • Scott 5011, 5018, 5028, 5062, 5067
  • Sears 5006, 5007, 5008, 5014, 5018
  • Seimitsu 5075
  • Selectron 5130, 5194, 5195, 5217
  • Semp 5189
  • Sharp 5010, 5028, 5045, 5065, 5074
  • Shengchia 5084
  • Shivaki 5075
  • Shogun .. 5075 , 5095
  • Siemens 5076
  • Signature 5018, 5027, 5074, 5084
  • Silver 5075
  • Simpson . 5009, 5018, 5075
  • Singer .. 5081, 5083
  • Skyworth . 5194, 5195
  • Solardrape . 5179
  • Sole 5127
  • Sonic 5049
  • Sony 5048, 5117, 5150, 5179, 5197
  • Soundesign 5009, 5028, 5071, 5074
  • Sova 5229, 5281
  • Soyo 5108, 5279, 5280
  • Spectra 5167
  • Spectravision 5008, 5009, 5074, 5075
  • Spectricon . 5065
  • Squareview 091, 5266
  • SR1740 . 091, 5247
  • SSS . 028, 5071, 5075 , 5095
  • Standard Components 5001
  • Star Sight . 5292
  • Starlite . 011, 5028, 5075
  • Sunbrite 5276
  • Superscan 084, 5140
  • Supersonic 5228
  • Supra 5095
  • Supremacy 009, 5232
  • Supreme 048, 5179
  • SV1740 5090
  • SV2000 5090
  • SVA 5130, 5174
  • Sylvania 5006, 5009, 5017, 5018, 5027
  • Symphonic 5028, 5067, 5074, 5075
  • Syntax 5095, 5260, 5274
  • Tandy . 5001, 5065, 5084, 5088
  • Tatung .. 5065, 5079, 5115, 5179, 5220
  • Teac . 5012, 5087, 5100, 5247
  • Technics 5056, 5079, 5090
  • Technisat 5195
  • Technol Ace 5074
  • Technovox . 5018
  • Techwood.. 5056, 5065, 5079, 5081 , 5095
  • Teknika 5009, 5014, 5028, 5060, 5071
  • Telefunken 5095
  • Telerent 5129, 5288
  • Teleton 5009
  • Tera . 5095, 5166
  • Tevion 5220
  • Thomas 5027, 5075, 5095, 5117, 5129
  • Thomson 5027, 5129
  • TMK 5011, 5028, 5075, 5095, 5110
  • Tocom 5008
  • Tomashi 5012
  • Toshiba 5008, 5014, 5043, 5055, 5056
  • Tosonic 5049
  • Totevision 5079
  • Toyomenka 5075
  • Truetone 5056, 5079
  • Trutech .. 5222, 5283
  • TVS . 5060
  • Uher 5075
  • Ultra . 5075, 5083
  • Universal 5007, 5027, 5033, 5129
  • Universum . 5043, 5110
  • V . -5114, 5115, 5140, 5143
  • Venturer 5098
  • Vidtech 5075 , 5095, 5214
  • ViewSonic 5114, 5139, 5140, 5143
  • Viking 5232
  • Viore 5082, 5159, 5206, 5218
  • Vivtor 5251
  • Visio 5114, 5115, 5140, 5143
  • Vizio 5075, 5115, 5140,
  • Vector Research 5018
  • Victor 5239
  • Vidikron 5090
  • Vidtech 5075
  • Viking 5081
  • Wards . 5006, 5007, 5009, 5011, 5018
  • Waycon 5008
  • Welton 5075
  • Westinghouse 5003, 5116, 5143, 5179
  • White-Westinghouse . 5011, 5019, 5060
  • World . 5011, 5028, 5060
  • XR 0680 5028, 5074, 5091, 5247
  • Yamaha.. 5018, 5075, 5095, 5132 , 5214
  • Yorx 5018
  • Zenith . 5018, 5023, 5027, 5040, 5060
  • Zonda .. 5065, 5131

It’s recommended to program your remote by using the Direct Code Entry method, however if with that method you were not able to find a code that is compatible with your device, you may try the Auto Code Search method below:

  1. Power on the device that you want to control.
  2. Press and hold the PROGRAM button until the POWER button lights up red. The button’s red indicator light remains on.
  3. Select a device from Device Categories you would like to control. The POWER button’s red indicator light blinks once and remains on.

Device categories list

NOTE: Please refer to the list below if you are unsure about the device category.

  • TV: TV, TV/DVD and other TV combinations.
  • SAT/CBL: Satellite, Cable, DVR, and other set-top boxes.
  • AUDIO: Sound Bars, Audio Receivers, and other audio devices.
  • B-RAY/DVD: Blu-ray Players and DVD Players.
  • STREAM: Roku, Apple TV, Xbox, and other streaming media players.
  • OTHER: VCRs, Digital Frames, and devices not found on the code list.

4. Point the remote at the device you wish to control and then press and hold the OK button until the device turns off. The POWER button’s red indicator light will blink as the codes are being tested.

5. When the device turns off, immediately release the OK button to lock in the code. The POWER button’s red indicator light will turn off. Test the remote with the device to make sure all the buttons work as expected.  If some of the buttons/features don’t work, repeat the process or try the Direct Code Entry method.

NOTE: It may take over 10 minutes to scan through all the possible codes for your device. If during the Auto Code Search you have either accidentally or deliberately released the OK button, you may repeat steps 1 through 5 above to resume the code search where it left off.

After the Auto Code Search has exhausted all available codes for the selected category, the remote’s POWER button’s red indicator light blinks three times and turns off. If none of the codes worked with your device, try the Direct Code Entry method.

FAVORITE CHANNELS

For easy access to up to 10 of your favorite channels, follow the steps below.

  1. Select a device from Device Categories that controls the channels. The POWER button’s red indicator light will blink once.
  2. Press and hold the PROGRAM button until the POWER button lights up red. The POWER button’s red indicator light remains on.
  3. Press the FAV button. The POWER  button’s red indicator light blinks once and remains on.
  4. Select the button (0 – 9) that you will use for storing your favorite channel. The POWER button’s red indicator light blinks once and remains on.
  5. Enter the channel number you wish to program as a favorite channel.
  6. Press the FAV button, the POWER  button’s red indicator light will turn off and the channel is saved.

NOTE: To change a stored favorite channel, repeat steps 1-6 above.

To Access Your Favorite Channels:

  1. Press the FAV button. The POWER button’s red indicator lights up and remains lit.
  2. 2. To access the favorite channel, press the programmed button for that channel (0-9). The POWER button’s red indicator light blinks, then turns off as the command is sent.

VOLUME LOCK

Use this feature to lock a device to the remote’s volume control. For example, the remote can be in TV mode while the volume buttons control your sound bar.

Enabling Volume Lock:

  1. Press and hold the PROGRAM button until the POWER button lights up red. The POWER button’s red indicator light remains on.
  2. Select a device from Device Categories that you want to lock to the remote’s volume control. The POWER button’s red indicator light blinks once and remains on.
  3. Press the VOL+ button. The POWER button’s red indicator light blinks once and remains on.
  4. Press the OK button. The POWER button’s red indicator light will blink twice and turn off.

Disabling Volume Lock:

  1. Press and hold the PROGRAM button until the button lights up red. The POWER button’s red indicator light remains on.
  2. Press the VOL- button. The POWER button’s red indicator light blinks once and remains on.
  3. Press the OK button. The POWER button’s red indicator light will blink twice and turn off.

NOTE: On most newer HDMI-connected devices, the Volume Lock feature may be unnecessary as this feature is already built-in.

CHANNEL-LOCK

Use this feature to lock a device to the remote’s channel control. For example, the remote can be in TV mode while the channel buttons control your satellite or cable box.

Enabling Channel Lock:

  1. Press and hold the PROGRAM button until the button lights up red. The POWER button’s red indicator light remains on.
  2. Select a device from Device Categories that you want to lock to the remote’s channel control. The POWER button’s red indicator light blinks once and remains on.
  3. Press the CH+ button. The POWER button’s red indicator light blinks once and remains on.
  4. Press the OK button. The POWER button’s red indicator light will blink twice and turn off.

Disabling Channel Lock:

  1. Press and hold the PROGRAM button until the button lights up red. The POWER button’s red indicator light remains on.
  2. Press the CH- button. The POWER button’s red indicator light blinks once and remains on.
  3. Press the OK button. The POWER button’s red indicator light will blink twice and turn off.

NOTE: On most newer HDMI-connected devices, the Channel Lock feature may be unnecessary as this feature is already built-in.

CODE IDENTIFICATION

To identify any of your programmed codes, follow the steps below.

  1. Press and hold the PROGRAM button until the button lights up red. The POWER button’s red indicator light remains on.
  2. Select a device from Device Categories that you would like the code for. The POWER button’s red indicator light blinks once and remains on.
  3. Press the CUSTOM button. The POWER button’s red indicator light blinks once and remains on.
  4. Press the (1) button. Count the number of times the POWER button’s red indicator light flashes. This is the number corresponding to the first digit of the code. If the button does not flash, the corresponding code number is 0. Repeat the process by pressing the (2) , (3) and (4) buttons for the remaining digits.
  5. Press the CUSTOM button to exit.

NOTE: Press CUSTOM to exit at any time.

RESET TO FACTORY DEFAULT SETTINGS

1. Press and hold the PROGRAM button until the button lights up red. The POWER button’s red indicator light remains on.
2. Press the INFO button. The POWER button’s red indicator light blinks once and remains on.
3. Press the OK button. The POWER button’s red indicator light will flash twice and the remote will revert to factory settings.

TROUBLESHOOTING

The tips below can help you solve problems and answer questions you may have with your remote control. In general, always make sure:

  1. The remote is in the correct device category mode (TV, SAT/CBL, AUDIO, B-RAY/DVD, STREAM, OTHER); this tells the remote which device to operate.
  2. The batteries are fresh and properly installed.
  3. To remove any obstacles between the remote and the device, and that you’re aiming the remote at the device’s IR sensor.

The remote can’t be programmed to operate my device.

  • If you’re using the Direct Code Entry method to enter the codes for your brand and the device is still not functioning properly after trying all the code options, try the Auto Code Search method.
  • To control combo devices like TV/VCRs or TV/DVDs, you must program the individual corresponding device buttons to control each part of the combo unit.

Some of the buttons of the remote are not supported or working properly on my device.

  • It’s possible the code that you programmed is not fully compatible with your device. Try selecting the next code from the options available for the category and brand of your device.
  • There may be some buttons from your device’s original remote that are not supported.
  • You may have pressed an invalid button for the device category mode the remote is in.

The remote will not change the channels on my device.

  • Make sure the remote is in the correct device category mode (TV, SAT/CBL, AUDIO, B-RAY/DVD, STREAM, OTHER) that controls the channels.
  • Try pressing the ENTER button after you enter a channel number (a requirement with certain models and brands of TV and/or Cable/Satellite boxes).

The remote will not adjust the volume on my device.

  • Make sure the remote is in the correct device category mode (TV, SAT/ CBL, AUDIO, B-RAY/DVD, STREAM, OTHER) that controls the volume.

My device’s menu or app hub does not appear.

  • Menu and app hub access isn’t supported for all brands. You may need to use your original remote control to access the menu functions and/or app hub for some devices.

My remote’s light is blinking

  • If while using the remote the indicator light flashes 3 times, this indicates the batteries need to be replaced.

For more information, please call the Customer Support Help Line: 1 (888) 516-2630

FCC INFORMATION

This device complies with part 15 of the FCC rules. Operation 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 undesired operation.

NOTE: This equipment has been tested and found to comply with the limits for a Class B digital device, pursuant to Part 15 of the 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 interference will not occur in a particular installation. If this equipment 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 receiver.
  • Connect the equipment into an outlet on a circuit different from that to which the receiver is connected.
  • Consult the dealer or an experienced radio/TV technician for help.

CAUTION: Any changes or modifications not expressly approved by the party responsible for compliance could void the user’s authority to operate this equipment.


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