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PostPosted: Fri Dec 18, 2009 6:08 pm    Post subject: Manual Programming How To Quick Reference (9xx commands) Reply with quote

Manual Programming How To Quick Reference
Wiki version: http://www.hifi-remote.com/wiki/index.php?title=Manual_Programming_-_9xx_Commands

Code Blink Back 990 - Find current device code.

1. TAP the device, (TV, VCR, CABLE, etc.), button - RELEASE
2. PRESS and HOLD the SETUP button until the red LED flashes twice, then RELEASE.
3. TAP 9 - 9 - 0.
4. TAP 1, carefully COUNT the number of blinks. (1st digit)
5. TAP 2, carefully COUNT the number of blinks. (2nd digit)
6. TAP 3, carefully COUNT the number of blinks. (3rd digit)
7. TAP 4, carefully COUNT the number of blinks. (4th digit)
8. TAP 5, carefully COUNT the number of blinks. (5th digit), for remotes with 5 digit codes
If the remote DOES NOT blink it means the number is 0.
This is your setup code.

Code Search 991 - Search for device code for your tv/etc.

1. TAP the button for the device you want to program, (TV, VCR, CABLE, etc.), then RELEASE.
2. PRESS and HOLD the SETUP button until the red LED flashes twice, then RELEASE.
3. ENTER 9-9-1 (two blinks on the remote)
4. ALTERNATE slowly between the POWER key and the DEVICE (TV, VCR, CABLE, etc.) button until your device turns off.
Make sure that the remote is pointed at your device during the search, You may have to TAP this sequences of buttons up to 100 times to search the entire library of codes.
5. When your device turns OFF, TAPD the SETUP button to lock in the code for your device.

Volume Punch Thru 993

1. TAP the device, (TV, VCR, CABLE, etc.), button - RELEASE
2. PRESS and HOLD the SETUP button until the red LED flashes twice, then RELEASE.
3. TAP 9 - 9 - 3.
4. TAP the device key you would like the volume to come from. Two blinks.

To unlock volume control for a single device:

1. TAP the device key you wish to unlock (AV1, AV2, etc.) - RELEASE
2. PRESS and HOLD the SETUP button until the red LED flashes twice, then RELEASE.
3. TAP 9 - 9 - 3.
4. TAP VOL-. Four blinks.
5. Repeat 1-4 to unlock other devices.

To unlock all volume controls:

1. PRESS and HOLD the SETUP button until the red LED flashes twice, then RELEASE.
2. TAP 9 - 9 - 3.
3. TAP VOL+. Four blinks.

Copy one key to another 994

1. PRESS and HOLD the SETUP button until the red LED flashes twice, then RELEASE.
2. TAP 9 - 9 - 4.
3. TAP the "from" DEVICE button (eg, TV)
4. TAP the "from" regular button (eg, VOL+)
5. TAP the "to" DEVICE button (eg, VCR)
6. TAP the "to" regular button (eg, VOL+) - two Blinks

EXAMPLE: To use TV volume in the VCR mode, SETUP - 9 - 9 - 4 -TV - VOL UP - VCR- VOL UP - two blinks.
You would have to do the same process for VOL DOWN and MUTE.
NOTE 1: To assign as advanced code to a 'shift' key, simply TAP SETUP before TAPing the key in step 4 above.
NOTE 2: Functions cannot be copied to the device buttons or the SETUP button.

Assign Advanced Code 994 - EFC (one device mode)
1. TAP a DEVICE button (eg, TV)
2. PRESS and HOLD the SETUP button until the red LED flashes twice, then RELEASE.
3. TAP 9 - 9 - 4.
4. TAP the SETUP button
5. TYPE the 3 or 5 digit EFC code (aka "advanced code)
6. TAP the regular button (eg, VOL+) - two Blinks

Assign Advanced Code 994 - EFC (two device modes)
1. PRESS and HOLD the SETUP button until the red LED flashes twice, then RELEASE.
2. TAP 9 - 9 - 4.
3. TAP the "from" DEVICE button (eg, TV)
4. TAP the SETUP button
5. TYPE the 3 or 5 digit EFC code (aka "advanced code)
5. TAP the "to" DEVICE button (eg, VCR)
6. TAP the "to" regular button (eg, VOL+) - two Blinks

NOTE 1: To assign an advanced code to a 'shift' key, simply TAP SETUP before TAPing the key in step 6 above.
NOTE 2: Advanced codes cannot be programmed to the device buttons or the SETUP button.
NOTE 3: For 3 digit codes on a remote that expects 5 digits, add 2 zeros to the beginning of the code.

To clear a key:

1. TAP the device, (TV, VCR, CABLE, etc.), button - RELEASE
2. PRESS and HOLD the SETUP button until the red LED flashes twice, then RELEASE.
3. TAP 9 - 9 - 4
4. TAP the button you want to clear twice. - Two blinks.

NOTE: To deleted a 'shift' key, TAP SETUP between the two TAPes of the button that you want to clear.

Macros 995 - Multiple functions to single button

1. TAP the device, (TV, VCR, CABLE, etc.), button - RELEASE
2. PRESS and HOLD the SETUP button until the red LED flashes twice, then RELEASE.
3. TAP 9 - 9 - 5, two flashes.
4. TAP the key that you want the Macro to be on (or TAP twice to clear a macro key, then HOLD SETUP for two blinks)
5. TAP the sequence of keys you want the remote to do (up to 15 keys)
6. TAP "SETUP" and wait for two blinks - RELEASE.
When you hit the key you put the macro on it will automatically start the sequence.

NOTE 1: Macros can be assigned to any button, just remember that the macro will be assigned to this button in all device modes.
NOTE 2: If you placed a macro on a button that you wish to restore to it's original function under certain device modes, you can re-program the button using the advanced codes.
NOTE 3: Macros cannot be programmed to the device buttons or the SETUP button.

The multimacro key can hold up to 5 macros. Each time you TAP it, the next macro runs. Macro size varies with remotes.

Learning 975 - Line up your original remote and the head-to-head before completing the following steps.

1. PRESS and HOLD the SETUP button until the red LED flashes twice.
2. TAP 9 - 7 - 5, the red LED will flash twice.
3. TAP the DEVICE key where you wish to learn the function.
The next steps must be completed within 10 seconds.
4. TAP the button that will receive the learned function, the LED will flash rapidly.
5. TAP the button on the original remote to be learned.
Now you can repeat steps 3 through 5 to learn other functions onto other keys or PRESS and HOLD SETUP until red light flashes twice to lock in your new feature. (If the red light does not blink twice, stop and repeat steps).
To test, TAP and release the device key in which the new feature was learned followed by the key on which the feature was learned.
NOTE: To learn to a 'shift' key, simply TAP SETUP before TAPing the key in step 4 above.

Delete Learned Function 976

1. TAP the device, (TV, VCR, CABLE, etc.), button - RELEASE
2. PRESS and HOLD the SETUP button until the red LED flashes twice, then RELEASE.
3. TAP 9 - 7 - 6
4. TAP the button you want to clear twice. - Two blinks.
NOTE: To deleted a 'shift' key, TAP SETUP between the two TAPes of the button that you want to clear.

Clear All Keys 980 - Reset remote, less upgrades.

1. TAP the device, (TV, VCR, CABLE, etc.), button - RELEASE
2. PRESS and HOLD the SETUP button until the red LED flashes twice, then RELEASE.
3. TAP 9 - 8 - 0 -- Two/four blinks.

Restore Factory Defaults 981 - Clears upgrades also. Sets like new remote.

1. PRESS and HOLD the SETUP button until the red LED flashes twice, then RELEASE.
2. TAP 9 - 8 - 1 -- Two/four blinks.

NOTE: This will erase all key moves, learned functions, device settings, etc. If the remote is an upgradeable remote, and has codes added, this will delete those codes also.
Shifted Keys It is possible to store two commands on one button by using the SHIFT key. The SETUP button acts as a shift key. When programming individual buttons, whether by learning or by using advanced codes, if you TAP SETUP before selecting the button where the command will be assigned, the function will be stored on the shifted version of the button. Then when you wish to use the button, TAP SETUP before you TAP the button. Shifted keys can be used for learned commands, commands programmed using advanced codes and for macros.

NOTE: Shifted numeric keys:

Program functions to shifted numeric keys using the procedure outlined above, but to actually use the shifted function you must TAP the SETUP button twice before TAPing the numeric key, otherwise the remote thinks you are about to enter an advanced code.

Program Device Button

1. TAP the button for the device you want to program, (TV, VCR, CABLE, etc.), then RELEASE.
2. PRESS and HOLD the SETUP button until the red LED flashes twice, then RELEASE.
3. ENTER the 5 digit code for your brand.
4. You should receive 2 quick flashes after entering your code.
5. TAP the POWER button to test the code. (On VCR, LD, and CD players use PLAY)

Program Home Theater Button 979 - Name varies on remotes

1. TAP the Home Theater button, then RELEASE.
2. PRESS and HOLD the SETUP button until the red LED flashes twice, then RELEASE.
3. TAP 9 - 7 - 9.
4. TAP the desired device key for the Transport keys, then TAP PLAY.
5. TAP the desired device key for the Volume keys, then TAP VOL+.
6. TAP the desired device key for the Channel keys, then TAP CH+.
7. TAP the desired device key for the Menu keys, then TAP Menu.
8. TAP the desired device key for the PIP keys, then TAP PIP.
9. PRESS and HOLD the SETUP button until the red LED flashes twice, the RELEASE.

Sending an EFC code direct from remote.

Make sure you are in the mode for the device.
1) TAP and release setup button.
2) Enter EFC code (3-5 digits long depending on remote)
3) make sure remote is pointing to device when you enter last digit.
Note: The command is sent as long as the last digit is held..

Channel Lock 973 - Locks channel control to specific device

TAP CBL once
PRESS and HOLD Setup until CBL blinks twice
Release setup
Enter 973
TAP ch- once to deactivate, ch+ then device key to activate
4 blinks when deactivates, 2 blinks when activates
Deactivated=channel, Enter, Last and numbers can be used by all devices
Activated=channel, Enter, Last and numbers always go to selected device (CBL is default active)

Cable mode lock 982 - Lock/unlock device button

To unlock
TAP CBL once, 1 blink
PRESS and HOLD Setup, 2 blinks
Enter 982
4 blinks
Now is possible to change set CBL box to another setup code

To lock
TAP CBL once, 1 blink
PRESS and HOLD Setup, 2 blinks
Enter 982
2 blinks
Now it's locked in again

Remote Signature 983 - Blink back signature.

1. TAP the device, (TV, VCR, CABLE, etc.), button - RELEASE
2. PRESS and HOLD the SETUP button until the red LED flashes twice, then RELEASE.
3. TAP 9 - 8 - 3.
4. TAP 1, carefully COUNT the number of blinks. (1st digit)
5. TAP 2, carefully COUNT the number of blinks. (2nd digit)
6. TAP 3, carefully COUNT the number of blinks. (3rd digit)
7. TAP 4, carefully COUNT the number of blinks. (4th digit)

If the remote DOES NOT blink it means the number is 0.
This is your signature code.


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PostPosted: Fri Dec 25, 2009 9:18 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Ah we're missing an important one, the 997 modem upgrade command.
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PostPosted: Fri Dec 25, 2009 11:06 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

I KNEW that I had tried to list all of these somewhere once before, but couldn't find them. HERE is that very sketchy list.

991 - Code Search
990 - Blink Back
992 - Redefine Device Key
993 - Volume Punch through
970 - Activate Sleep Key
995 - Program macro
996 - Set up Favorite Channel Scan
994 - KeyMove
975 - Learn
976 - Delete Learn
980 - Ops Reset
981 - Manufacturer's Reset
973/974 - Clear "Scrambled Remote"

The ones not previously mentioned are bolded above. I note that the 973/974 - Clear Scrambled Remote conflicts with the "Channel Lock" function mentioned in the first post.
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PostPosted: Fri Dec 25, 2009 11:34 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

and here's yet ANOTHER list from mdave:

970 Toggle sleep timer simulation
971 Toggle CH+/CH- simulation
974 EL Brightness Adjustment
975 Learn
976 Delete learn
977 Clear (more than 980, less than 981)
979 Home Theater setup
980 Clear
981 Reset to factory defaults
982 Toggle device code lock
987 Assign OEM device code
990 Code blink out
991 Code search
992 Device key redefine
993 Volume punch through
994 Key move
995 Macro setup
996 Fav scan setup
997 Phone upgrade
998 Select device code among downloaded ones

and further in that thread is a discussion of:
978 Device-specific Macro and
986 not clear what it does, but it does something in the first post in that thread, and something else several posts down, but never stated what, precisely.
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PostPosted: Sat Dec 26, 2009 8:52 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

I assembled all of the above info in a spreadsheet and uploaded it here.

Some Commands are described pretty vaguely so if anybody has better insights or clearer explanations, please post them and I will update the spreadsheet.
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PostPosted: Mon Dec 28, 2009 8:53 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

The RCA RCRP05B handles the 993 Volume Punch Through and 973 Channel Lock commands differently. It has the capabilty to assign the Volume group (Vol+, Vol-, mute) of any device to any other device button(s). Similarly it can assign the Channel group (CH+/-, digits, Last) to any device button(s). Note that the instruction sheet provided with the remote is wrong.

Volume Punch Thru 993 -- lock all devices to one VPT device.
1. PRESS and HOLD the SETUP button until the red LED flashes twice, then RELEASE.
2. TAP 9 - 9 - 3. Two blinks.
3. TAP Vol+
4. TAP the VPT device button. Two blinks of the selected device.

To unlock volume control for all devices:
1. PRESS and HOLD the SETUP button until the red LED flashes twice, then RELEASE.
2. TAP 9 - 9 - 3. Two blinks.
3. TAP VOL-. Four blinks.

To assign the Volume group of one device to a set of devices.
1. TAP the device button of the desired Volume group
2. PRESS and HOLD the SETUP button until the red LED flashes twice, then RELEASE.
3. TAP 9 - 9 - 3. Two blinks
4. TAP each device button in the set of devices to be reassigned
5. TAP Setup. Two blinks of the VPT device.

For example, Setup, 993, Vol+, CBL. Now pressing Vol in any device mode causes the CBL Volume command to be sent.

Second example: AUD, Setup, 993, DVD, CBL, TV, Setup. Now pressing Vol while in DVD, CBL, or TV mode will send the AUD Vol commands. But in AUD or DVR mode, the Cable volume commands will be sent.

Channel Lock 973 -- lock all devices to one ChLock device.
1. PRESS and HOLD the SETUP button until the red LED flashes twice, then RELEASE.
2. TAP 9 - 7 - 3. Two blinks.
3. TAP Ch+
4. TAP the ChLock device button. Two blinks of the selected device.

To unlock Channel Lock for all devices:
1. PRESS and HOLD the SETUP button until the red LED flashes twice, then RELEASE.
2. TAP 9 - 7 - 3. Two blinks.
3. TAP Ch-. Four blinks.

To assign the ChLock group of one device to a set of devices.
1. TAP the device button of the desired ChLock group
2. PRESS and HOLD the SETUP button until the red LED flashes twice, then RELEASE.
3. TAP 9 - 7 - 3. Two blinks
4. TAP each device button in the set of devices to be reassigned
5. TAP Setup. Two blinks of the ChLock device.

972 Send Power signal when TV or CBL device mode buttons are pressed.
1) Press Setup until 2 blinks.
2) Enter 972 (2 blinks)
3) Tap Ch+ to enable sending Power (2 blinks)
or
3) Tap Ch- to disable (4 blinks)


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PostPosted: Mon Dec 28, 2009 9:43 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

XLS updated
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PostPosted: Tue Dec 29, 2009 6:00 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

3FG wrote:
BTW, Cap'n Trips, it will make your spreadsheet more accessible if you save it in one of the older Office formats rather than the default Office 2007 format. Microsoft does have a downloadable converter plug-in that can switch xlsx format to xls format, but it doesn't always install smoothly.


Now there is an understatement!
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PostPosted: Tue Dec 29, 2009 8:21 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

OK, OK already! It's an ".xls" file now!

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PostPosted: Mon Feb 01, 2010 7:54 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

great find.

i used hte EFC commands to fix it so my volume key sends just a volume command and NOT a cable box command.
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PostPosted: Sun Aug 01, 2010 11:27 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

There is another form of the 994 command which I didn't know about before reading this post by Rob.

1) Hold Setup until 2 blinks
2) Type 994 (2 blinks)
3) Tap the FROM device mode button
4) Tap Setup
5) Enter the EFC (3 or 5 digits)
6) Tap the TO device mode button
7) Tap the button to assign the EFC to
The remote should blink twice.

This is similar to the non-EFC keymove command, but it is possible to replace the FROM button by the sequence of Setup and the EFC digits. This method is useful when assigning, for example, a TV EFC for use in Cable mode. Previously I have been having people temporarily assign the TV setup code to the Cable button, which is pretty involved on a cable remote.

I also like Rob's use of Tap rather than Press. I usually tell people to "Press briefly", but it seems that Tap is simpler.
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PostPosted: Mon Aug 02, 2010 5:59 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

3FG wrote:
There is another form of the 994 command which I didn't know about before reading this post by Rob.

1) Hold Setup until 2 blinks
2) Type 994 (2 blinks)
3) Tap the FROM device mode button
4) Tap Setup
5) Enter the EFC (3 or 5 digits)
6) Tap the TO device mode button
7) Tap the button to assign the EFC to
The remote should blink twice.

This is similar to the non-EFC keymove command, but it is possible to replace the FROM button by the sequence of Setup and the EFC digits. This method is useful when assigning, for example, a TV EFC for use in Cable mode.
Uh..that exact procedure is (and has been) listed in the first post of this thread. But thanks for reinforcing.
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PostPosted: Mon Aug 02, 2010 7:32 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

Capn Trips wrote:
Uh..that exact procedure is (and has been) listed in the first post of this thread. But thanks for reinforcing.

There are two 994 listings in the first post. The first one shows how to copy a key from one button to another, and that one does include the device button steps. The second one shows how to program a button using an EFC, but that one doesn't show how to do it across device buttons, that's what Dave didn't know you could do.
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PostPosted: Mon Aug 02, 2010 8:53 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

OK, I see the distinction, but it would appear to be pretty implicit that if the target button was in a different device mode, one would precede it with the applicable Device button, as in the previous example. I can see, however, where on would not necessarily infer that.

Regardless, I believe that nobody reads beyond the first post, in general, so posting that procedure way down the thread won't help. Can an admin edit the first post? ..or provide in the first post a link to the spreadsheet I linked in the fourth post (which I just updated to accommodate that distinction)?
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PostPosted: Mon Aug 02, 2010 12:37 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

I just updated the first post.
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