Radio Shack Universal Remote 4 in One Smart Light Up Remote Control User Guide

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Cat. No. 15-1993  
OWNER’S MANUAL  
4-in-One Smart Light-Up  
Remote Control  
Please read before using this equipment.  
 
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CONTENTS  
Introduction ................................................ 4  
Preparation ................................................. 5  
Installing Batteries .................................. 5  
Device Types .......................................... 6  
Setting Up Your Remote Control ............ 6  
To Operate Your TV/VCR Combination .. 7  
Operation .................................................... 8  
Using the Smart Technology .................. 8  
Deleting Learned Functions from Smart  
Keys ........................................................... 10  
Converting Device Keys ....................... 10  
Punch-Through .................................... 11  
Turning Punch-Through Off /On .... 11  
Favorite Channel Scan ......................... 12  
Clearing Favorite Channel Scan ... 13  
Using the Light ..................................... 13  
If You Have Problems .............................. 14  
Manual Code Search ........................... 14  
Determining the 4-Digit Code ....... 15  
Troubleshooting .................................... 16  
Manufacturer Codes ................................ 17  
Cable Converters ................................. 17  
CD Players ........................................... 19  
Home Automation ................................ 22  
Laser Disc Players ............................... 22  
Video Accessories ............................... 22  
Satellite Receivers ............................... 23  
Televisions ............................................ 23  
VCRs .................................................... 29  
TV/VCR Combinations ......................... 34  
Care ........................................................... 36  
Specifications .......................................... 37  
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INTRODUCTION  
Your RadioShack 4-in-One Smart Light-Up  
was designed to control the most commonly  
used functions on your TV, VCR, TV/VCR com-  
bination, cable converter, and CD player. It  
might not be able to duplicate some of your  
original remote control's seldom-used func-  
tions.  
When you set up the remote control, its com-  
mand keys work like the keys on your original  
remote controls. For example, the 4-in-One's  
POWER key works like a POWER ON/OFF key  
on your original remote control.  
Key  
Function  
P
Used in setting up your  
devices  
Used to light the keypad  
POWER, VOL +, VOL –, Operate the same as the  
CH +, CH –, LAST,  
MUTE, digit keys, TV/  
VIDEO, ENTER  
corresponding keys on  
your original remote con-  
trol  
VCR, CBL, TV, AUX  
Used when you set up the  
remote control to replace  
your original remote con-  
trols. Also used during  
normal operation to tell  
the remote control which  
device you want to control  
REW  
FFWD  
, PLAY  
, REC  
,
,
Control VCR functions  
STOP , PAUSE  
FAV/SCAN  
Can be programmed to  
allow immediate access  
to your 10 favorite chan-  
nels, or left unpro-  
grammed to scan all  
channels  
Note: To record, you must press REC  
.
twice. This helps avoid accidentally recording  
over tapes.  
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PREPARATION  
INSTALLING BATTERIES  
Your remote control requires four AAA batter-  
ies (not supplied) for power. For the best per-  
formance and longest life, we recommend  
RadioShack alkaline batteries.  
Cautions:  
• Use only fresh batteries of the required  
size and recommended type.  
• Do not mix old and new batteries or differ-  
ent types of batteries.  
• Do not press any of the remote control's  
keys while installing batteries.  
Note: You do not need to reprogram your re-  
mote control after removing the batteries, be-  
cause no stored information is lost during  
battery replacement.  
1. Press the battery compartment cover's tab  
and lift off the cover.  
2. Place the batteries in the compartment as  
indicated by the polarity symbols (+ and –)  
marked inside.  
3. Replace the cover.  
When the remote control's range decreases or  
it stops operating properly, replace the batter-  
ies.  
Caution: Always remove old or weak batteries.  
Batteries can leak chemicals that can destroy  
electronic parts.  
Warning: Dispose of old batteries promptly  
and properly. Do not burn or bury them.  
Note: Do not place objects on top of the re-  
mote control after you have installed the batter-  
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ies. This can press keys for an extended period  
of time and reduce the battery life.  
DEVICE TYPES  
You can use the remote control's device keys  
to control the following types of devices:  
TV — TVs  
VCR — VCRs and TV/VCR combinations  
CBL — Cable converters, satellite systems  
AUX — CD Players, Home Automation  
SETTING UP YOUR REMOTE  
CONTROL  
1. Refer to “Manufacturer Codes” on Page 17  
and write down the codes for your brand of  
device on the 4-in-One’s label.  
Note: Some manufacturers have several  
codes listed. Try each until you find the  
right one. See “If You Have Problems” on  
Page 14 if you cannot find the correct  
code.  
2. Press the device key for the type of remote  
you are replacing (TV, VCR, CBL, or AUX).  
The red light blinks.  
3. Hold down P until the red light blinks twice,  
then enter the 4-digit manufacturer's code.  
For example, to replace a Panasonic TV's  
remote control (manufacturer's code  
0051), press TV, hold down P until the red  
light blinks twice, then press 0 0 5 1.  
When the red light blinks twice, the remote  
control has accepted the code.  
Note: If the code you entered is invalid,  
the red light blinks.  
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4. Point the remote control at your device and  
press POWER. Your device should turn off  
(or on, if it was off).  
If the remote does not operate your device,  
try the other codes listed in “Manufacturer  
Codes” on Page 17 for your brand of TV,  
VCR, cable converter, or CD player.  
5. Repeat Steps 2–4 for additional devices.  
TO OPERATE YOUR TV/VCR  
COMBINATION  
1. Locate the codes for your TV/VCR combi-  
nation in “TV/VCR Combinations” on  
Page 34 and write them on the 4-in-One’s  
label.  
2. Press VCR. The red light blinks.  
3. Hold down P until the red light blinks twice,  
then enter the 4-digit manufacturer's code.  
When the red light blinks twice, the remote  
control has accepted the code.  
Note: If the code you entered is invalid,  
the red light blinks.  
4. Point the remote control at your TV/VCR  
combination and press POWER.  
Your  
device should turn off (or on, if it was off).  
If the remote does not operate your device,  
try the other codes you wrote down in Step  
1.  
Note: Some TV/VCR combinations require  
a second code to control volume. If you  
cannot control the volume, use the TV  
code listed in “TV/VCR Combinations” on  
Page 34.  
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OPERATION  
1. Press the device key for the device you  
want to control.  
2. Point the remote control toward the device  
you want to control, then press the desired  
command keys.  
3. Repeat Steps 1 and 2 for all other devices  
you want to operate.  
Note: The command keys on the remote  
control work the same as the keys on the  
original remote control; however, the label-  
ing might differ slightly.  
4. To turn off the last device you selected,  
press POWER. To turn off other devices,  
press the device key for the device you  
want to turn off, then press POWER.  
USING THE SMART  
TECHNOLOGY  
Your RadioShack 4-in-One Smart Light-Up Re-  
mote Control can “learn” up to 16 features from  
your original remote control using Smart Tech-  
nology. Its four smart keys (1s, 2s, 3s, and 4s)  
can be programmed to perform functions from  
your original remote that are not already avail-  
able on your 4-in-One Smart Light-Up.  
Example: Your original remote may have a  
button called MENU. Unfortunately, the 4-in-  
one Smart Light-Up remote does not include  
this feature. But with Smart Technology, you  
can program one of the four smart keys to per-  
form the functions of your original remote’s  
MENU key.  
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1. Place your original remote control nose-to-  
nose with the RadioShack Smart Light-Up  
Remote Control.  
2. Hold down P until the red light blinks twice,  
then press 9 7 5. The red light blinks twice  
again.  
3. Press the device key (TV, VCR, CBL, or  
AUX) for the mode where you want the  
function to reside.  
Note: You can program each smart key for  
a different function in each of the four  
modes. For example, 1s might serve as a  
MENU key in TV mode and a TRACKING  
key in VCR mode.  
4. Press one of the smart keys. The red light  
blinks rapidly.  
5. Hold down the key that you want to copy  
on your original remote until the red light  
on the 4-in-One Smart Light-Up blinks  
twice.  
6. Hold down P until the red light blinks twice.  
7. Press the smart key you programmed. The  
key should control the same function as  
the key that you copied from your original  
remote.  
8. Repeat Steps 1–7 to program other smart  
keys.  
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DELETING LEARNED  
FUNCTIONS FROM SMART  
KEYS  
You can delete learned functions from the  
smart keys (1s, 2s, 3s, and 4s) to make room for  
other functions.  
1. Hold down P until the red light blinks twice.  
2. Press 9 7 6. The red light blinks twice.  
3. Press the device key (TV, VCR, CBL, or  
AUX) where the learned function resides.  
4. Press the smart key you programmed with  
the function twice to delete the learned  
function. The red light blinks twice.  
CONVERTING DEVICE KEYS  
You can use the 4-in-One Smart Light-Up to  
operate a second TV or VCR (or other compo-  
nents) for a total of up to four devices. To do  
this, you must first convert an unused device  
key (TV, VCR, CBL, AUX) to operate each addi-  
tional device. For example, to convert AUX to  
operate a second TV:  
1. Hold down P until the red light blinks twice.  
2. Press 9 9 2. The red light blinks twice.  
3. Press TV.  
4. Press AUX. The red light blinks twice.  
5. Program the converted device key (AUX)  
with the code for the second TV. (See  
“Setting Up Your Remote Control” on  
Page 6.)  
Repeat these steps for each key you want to  
convert. To convert a key back to its original  
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function, repeat Steps 1–2, then press AUX  
twice.  
PUNCH-THROUGH  
The punch-through feature lets you alternately  
control two different devices without pressing  
the device keys for each one.  
A TV is often the only device that uses the vol-  
ume keys. Punch-through allows you to control  
the TV’s volume while the 4-in-One is in any de-  
vice mode. With punch-through on, if you press  
VCR and use your volume keys, the 4-in-One  
will control the TV’s volume instead of the  
VCR’s.  
Turning Punch-Through Off /On  
If your cable converter or VCR has volume con-  
trol, you might want to turn off punch-through so  
you can use the cable converter’s or VCR's vol-  
ume instead of the TV's. To turn off punch-  
through:  
1. Hold P until the red light blinks twice.  
2. Press 9 9 3 then VOL +. The red light blinks  
four times.  
3. When you want to control the volume  
through your cable converter, press CBL  
before using the volume control.  
To turn punch-through back on:  
1. Hold down P until the red light blinks twice.  
2. Press 9 9 3, then the device key you want  
to control all volume (TV, for example). The  
red light blinks twice and the device you  
chose controls volume whenever you  
press a volume key on the 4-in-One.  
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FAVORITE CHANNEL SCAN  
You can use your remote control to scan  
through up to 10 of your favorite channels on  
your TV, VCR, or cable box.  
Note: You can scan channels only for one de-  
vice (TV, VCR, cable converter) at a time. You  
cannot set up a favorite channel list for another  
device until you clear the existing list.  
1. Press the device key for the device with  
the channels you want to program (TV,  
VCR, or CBL). The red light blinks.  
2. Hold down P until the red light blinks twice,  
then press 9 9 6.  
3. Enter the channel number of the first chan-  
nel you want to include in your favorite  
channel list. Then press P.  
Notes:  
• Precede a single-digit number with a 0  
(for example, 01, 02, and so on).  
• If you enter a three-digit number, you do  
not need to press P after entering the  
number.  
• If your TV requires an ENTER key when  
entering  
a
channel number, press  
ENTER after you enter the channel num-  
ber.  
4. Repeat Step 3 for other channels (up to  
10) you want to include in your list. Then  
hold down P until the red light blinks twice.  
5. To scan through the favorite channel list,  
press the device key for the device you  
want to tune (TV, VCR, or CBL), then press  
SCAN. The remote control repeatedly  
scans through the favorite channel list,  
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stopping on each channel for about 3 sec-  
onds.  
6. Press any key other than SCAN when you  
see a channel you want to watch. Scan-  
ning stops.  
Clearing Favorite Channel Scan  
You must clear the channels in your favorite  
channel scan list if you want to change them.  
1. Hold down P until the red light blinks twice.  
2. Press 9 9 6, then hold down P until the red  
light blinks twice.  
USING THE LIGHT  
The back light lets you see the keys on your 4-  
in-One Smart Light-Up in the dark. Press  
to  
turn on the feature. Every time you press a key,  
the 4-in-One Smart Light-Up lights and stays lit  
for a few seconds. To turn off the light, press  
again.  
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IF YOU HAVE PROBLEMS  
MANUAL CODE SEARCH  
If the 4-in-One Smart Light-Up Remote Control  
does not operate your remote-controlled devic-  
es when you first set it up, you might have to  
manually find the correct codes for your devic-  
es. You can try all the codes listed in “Manu-  
facturer Codes” on Page 17 for your brand  
device, or you can follow these steps to search  
the remote control's entire library.  
1. Manually turn on the device you want to  
set up.  
2. Press the corresponding device key (TV,  
VCR, CBL, or AUX).  
3. Hold down P until the red light blinks twice,  
then press 9 9 1. The red light blinks twice  
again.  
4. Aim the remote control at the device you  
want to operate.  
5. Repeatedly press POWER then the device  
key (TV, VCR, CBL, or AUX) until the device  
turns off.  
6. When the device turns off, press P within  
10 seconds to save the code. The red light  
blinks twice.  
Note: If you do not press P within 10 sec-  
onds, the remote control does not save the  
code.  
• Because the 4-in-One's library has so  
many codes, this can take several min-  
utes.  
• If your device turns off during the  
search, but does not operate after you  
lock in the code, begin the search  
again, pausing longer between key  
presses.  
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If necessary, repeat these steps for each de-  
vice.  
Note: Some VCRs and CD players do not have  
a POWER key on the original remote. If so,  
manually turn on the VCR, insert a tape or CD,  
and repeat the manual code search using PLAY  
instead of POWER. When the device responds,  
press P. The red light blinks twice.  
Determining the 4-Digit Code  
After you set up your remote control using the  
manual code search, you can find which 4-digit  
code the remote control is set to by following  
these steps.  
1. Press the device key you want to get the  
manufacturer's code from, then hold down  
P until the red light blinks twice.  
2. Press 9 9 0. The red light blinks twice  
again.  
3. Press 1, then count the number of times  
the red light blinks. This is the first digit of  
the 4-digit code.  
Note: If the red light does not blink, the  
digit is a 0.  
4. Repeat Step 3 three times to find the sec-  
ond, third, and fourth numbers of the 4-  
digit manufacturer's code, pressing 2, 3,  
and 4 respectively for each additional digit.  
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TROUBLESHOOTING  
If the remote control stops working after you  
have successfully tested the control for each  
device, or if you are unable to get the remote  
control to work at all:  
• Be sure you press the device key for the  
device you want to control before you  
press any other key.  
• Confirm that your remote-controlled  
devices are working properly by using the  
original remote control or the manual con-  
trols.  
• Replace the batteries.  
• If some keys do not function, try a different  
device code.  
• Call 1-888-284-8735 for technical support.  
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MANUFACTURER CODES  
The following list tells you which 4-digit codes  
to enter to set up the remote control to operate  
your:  
• Cable Converter (see below)  
• CD Player (see Page 19)  
• Home Automation (see Page 22)  
• Laser Disc Player (see Page 22)  
• Satellite Receiver (see Page 23)  
Television (see Page 23)  
• TV/VCR Combination (see Page 34)  
• VCR (see Page 29)  
• Video Accessory (see Page 22)  
Notes:  
• The remote control might not have every  
command from your original remote con-  
trols.  
• Use the 4-in-One’s label to record the  
manufacturers' codes for your remote-  
controlled devices.  
• A key on the remote control that has the  
same name as a key on your original  
remote control might have a slightly differ-  
ent function.  
Radio Shack  
Manufacturer  
Code(s)  
Cat. No.  
Cable Converters  
ABC  
0003, 0008, 0014,  
0017, 0007, 0011,  
0013  
Allegro  
Antronix  
Archer  
0153, 0315  
0022, 0207  
0153  
0022  
0207  
0797  
0014  
0022  
0022  
0153  
16-1283  
15-1285  
16-1283  
15-1288  
Bell & Howell  
Cabletenna  
Cableview  
Century  
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Radio Shack  
Cat. No.  
Manufacturer  
Citizen  
Code(s)  
0153, 0315  
Colour Voice  
Comtronics  
Contec  
0025  
0040  
0019  
Eastern  
0002  
Emerson  
Everquest  
Focus  
0797  
0015, 0040  
0400  
GC Electronics  
Garrard  
0207  
0153  
Gemini  
0015  
General  
Instrument  
0476, 0276, 0011,  
0810  
GoldStar  
Goodmind  
Hamlin  
0144, 0040  
0797  
0020, 0259, 0009,  
0034  
Hitachi  
Hytex  
0011  
0007  
Jasco  
Jerrold  
0015, 0153, 0315  
0003, 0012, 0476,  
0276, 0014, 0015,  
0011, 0810  
Memorex  
Movie Time  
NSC  
0000  
0063  
0063  
Oak  
0019, 0007  
0021  
Optimus  
Panasonic  
Paragon  
Philips  
0000, 0107, 0021  
0000  
0153, 0025  
0144, 0533  
0400  
Pioneer  
Popular  
Mechanics  
Pulsar  
0000  
0000  
0021  
Quasar  
RCA  
Radio Shack  
0015, 0315, 0883,  
0303  
0797  
0207  
0400  
15-1288  
Realistic  
Recoton  
16-1283, 15-1285A  
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Radio Shack  
Cat. No.  
Manufacturer  
Regal  
Code(s)  
0020, 0259  
Regency  
Rembrandt  
Runco  
0002  
0011  
0000  
SL Marx  
0040  
Samsung  
0144, 0040  
Scientific Atlanta 0008, 0477, 0017  
Signal  
0015, 0040  
0011  
Signature  
Sprucer  
Starcom  
Stargate  
Starquest  
TV86  
0021  
0003, 0015  
0015, 0040, 0797  
0015  
0063  
Tandy  
0258  
Teleview  
Tocom  
0040  
0012, 0013  
0000  
Toshiba  
Tusa  
0015  
Unika  
0153, 0022, 0207  
0007  
United Artists  
Universal  
0153, 0022, 0191,  
0207  
Viewstar  
Zenith  
0063, 0258  
0000, 0525  
0400  
Zentek  
CD Players  
0018  
ADC  
Adcom  
0155  
Aiwa  
0157, 0124  
0194  
Audio Alchemy  
Audio-Technica  
BSR  
0170  
0194  
Burmester  
0420  
California Audio 0029  
Lab  
Carrera  
Carver  
DKK  
0194  
0157, 0179, 0437  
0000  
Denon  
0003, 0873  
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Radio Shack  
Cat. No.  
Manufacturer  
Code(s)  
Emerson  
0305, 0155, 0164,  
0469  
Fisher  
0179, 0174, 0342  
0009  
GE  
Garrard  
Genexxa  
Goodmans  
0420, 0393, 0280  
0032, 0305, 0164  
0363  
Harman/Kardon 0173, 0426  
Hitachi  
JVC  
0032, 0155  
0072  
Kenwood  
0028, 0037, 0190,  
0826, 0681  
Krell  
0157  
Kyocera  
LXI  
0018  
0305  
Linn  
0157  
MCS  
0029  
MTC  
0420  
Magnavox  
Marantz  
Mission  
NSM  
0157, 0305  
0029, 0157, 0180  
0157  
0157  
Nikko  
0164, 0170, 0174  
0101, 0868  
Onkyo  
Optimus  
0000, 0087, 0280,  
0671  
0032  
0179  
42-5041, 42-5044,  
13-1248, 14-545,  
42-5015, 42-5049  
0305  
0037  
0420  
42-5048, 42-5061  
13-1251  
31-3041, 42-5022,  
42-5025, 42-5071  
0145  
0468  
13-1258  
42-5045, 42-5060,  
42-5062, 42-5063,  
42-5064  
0175  
0194  
0196  
0342  
42-5013  
42-5016  
42-5019, 42-5032  
42-5037  
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Radio Shack  
Manufacturer  
Code(s)  
Cat. No.  
Optimus  
(continued)  
0426  
42-5031, 42-5036,  
42-5038  
0437  
42-5023, 42-5024  
13-1261, 13-1263  
42-5059  
0536  
0775  
Panasonic  
Parasound  
Philips  
0029, 0367  
0420, 0194  
0157  
Pioneer  
0032, 0305, 0468,  
0244  
Proton  
QED  
0157  
0157  
0029  
0145  
Quasar  
RadioShack  
RCA  
13-1259  
0179, 0305, 0053,  
0009, 0155  
Realistic  
0179  
42-5014  
0420  
42-5022  
0155  
42-5004, 42-5007  
42-5010  
0175  
0180  
42-5020  
0164, 0452, 0453  
0157, 0420  
0157  
Rotel  
SAE  
STS  
0018  
Sansui  
Sanyo  
Scott  
0157, 0305  
0179, 0087  
0305, 0155, 0164  
0305  
Sears  
Sharp  
Sherwood  
0037, 0180  
0114, 0180, 0196,  
0426  
Sony  
0000, 0185, 0490,  
0604, 0605  
Staron  
Tascam  
Teac  
0398  
0420  
0420, 0393, 0174,  
0180  
Technics  
0029  
Vector Research 0194  
Victor  
0072  
Wards  
0157, 0053  
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Radio Shack  
Cat. No.  
Manufacturer  
Yamaha  
Code(s)  
0036, 0170, 0187  
0461  
Yorx  
Home Automation  
GE  
0240  
0167  
0240  
One For All  
Radio Shack  
Security System 0167  
Universal X10  
X10  
0167  
0167  
Laser Disc Players  
Aiwa  
0203  
Denon  
0059  
Funai  
0203  
JVC  
0558  
Kenwood  
Magnavox  
Mitsubishi  
NAD  
0534  
0503  
0059, 0521  
0059  
Onkyo  
0503  
Optimus  
Panasonic  
Philips  
0525  
31-3040  
0490  
0503, 0539  
0059, 0525, 0571  
0522  
Pioneer  
Proscan  
RCA  
0522  
Realistic  
Samsung  
Sharp  
0203  
16-302  
0573  
0001  
Sony  
0533, 0193, 0201  
0490  
Technics  
Toshiba  
Yamaha  
Zenith  
0503  
0490, 0545  
0503  
Video Accessories  
Archer  
0160  
0160  
0160  
0160  
GC Electronics  
Jebsee  
Radio Shack  
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Radio Shack  
Cat. No.  
Manufacturer  
Code(s)  
Satellite Receivers  
AlphaStar  
Chaparral  
Echostar  
0772  
0216  
0775, 0269  
0775  
Expressvu  
General Instru-  
ment  
0627, 0361, 0869  
HTS  
0775  
0819  
Hitachi  
Hughes Network 0749  
Systems  
JVC  
0775  
Jerrold  
0627, 0361  
0269  
Legend  
Magnavox  
Memorex  
0724, 0722  
0724  
0269  
16-2511  
Next Level  
Optimus  
Panasonic  
Philips  
0869  
0724  
16-2575  
0701  
0724, 0722  
0627, 0361  
0566  
Primestar  
RCA  
16-2530, 16-2531,  
16-2539  
0143, 0855, 0392  
0052  
Realistic  
16-2502, 16-2507  
16-2501  
0051  
Sony  
0639  
16-2545  
Star Choice  
Toshiba  
Uniden  
Zenith  
0869  
0790  
0722, 0052  
0856  
Televisions  
A-Mark  
AOC  
0003  
0030, 0019, 0003,  
0185  
Abex  
0032  
0093  
0046  
0092  
0030  
Admiral  
Adventura  
Aiko  
Akai  
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Radio Shack  
Cat. No.  
Manufacturer  
Alaron  
Code(s)  
0179  
Ambassador  
Ampro  
0177  
0751  
0180  
0055  
0003  
Anam  
Anam National  
Archer  
Audiovox  
0451, 0180, 0003,  
0092, 0623  
Baysonic  
Belcor  
0180  
0019  
Bell & Howell  
Bradford  
Brockwood  
Broksonic  
CXC  
0154, 0016  
0180  
0019  
0236, 0463, 0003  
0180  
Candle  
0030, 0056, 0046  
0030  
Carnivale  
Carver  
0054  
Celebrity  
Cineral  
0000  
0451, 0092  
Citizen  
0060, 0030, 0056,  
0039, 0046, 0092,  
0280  
Clairtone  
Concerto  
Contec  
0185  
0056  
0180, 0185  
0180  
Craig  
Crosley  
0054  
Crown  
0180, 0039  
Curtis Mathes  
0047, 0054, 0154,  
0051, 0451, 0093,  
0060, 0030, 0145,  
0056, 0016, 0039,  
0166, 0466, 1147,  
1347  
Daewoo  
0451, 0019, 0039,  
0092, 0623, 0624  
Daytron  
Denon  
0019  
0145  
Dumont  
Dwin  
0017, 0019  
0720, 0774  
0000, 0185  
Electroband  
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Radio Shack  
Cat. No.  
Manufacturer  
Code(s)  
Emerson  
0154, 0236, 0463,  
0180, 0282, 0178,  
0019, 0179, 0039,  
0177, 0185, 0280,  
0623, 0624  
Envision  
Fisher  
Fujitsu  
Funai  
0030  
0154  
0179  
0180  
0179, 0171  
0180  
Futuretech  
GE  
0047, 0051, 0451,  
0093, 0282, 0178,  
0021, 0055, 0135,  
1147, 1347  
Gibralter  
GoldStar  
0017, 0030, 0019  
0030, 0019, 0056,  
0032, 0178  
Gradiente  
Grunpy  
0053, 0056  
0180, 0179  
0178  
Hallmark  
Harley Davidson 0179  
Harman/Kardon 0054  
Harvard  
Hitachi  
0180  
0145, 0056, 0032,  
0151  
Infinity  
Inteq  
JBL  
0054  
0017  
0054  
0000  
0053  
0046  
0180  
JCB  
JVC  
Janeil  
KEC  
KTV  
0180, 0030, 0039,  
0185, 0280  
Kenwood  
Kloss  
LG  
0030, 0019  
0046  
0056  
LXI  
0047, 0054, 0154,  
0156, 0178  
Logik  
Luxman  
MEI  
0016  
0056  
0185  
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Radio Shack  
Cat. No.  
Manufacturer  
Code(s)  
MGA  
0150, 0030, 0178,  
0019  
MTC  
0060, 0030, 0019,  
0056, 0185  
Magnavox  
0054, 0030, 0179,  
0020  
Majestic  
0016  
Marantz  
0054, 0030  
0250  
Matsushita  
Megatron  
Memorex  
0178, 0145, 0003  
0154, 0250, 0150,  
0056, 0016, 0178  
Midland  
0047, 0017, 0051,  
0039, 0032, 0135  
Minutz  
0021  
Mitsubishi  
0093, 0150, 0178,  
0019  
Motorola  
Multitech  
NAD  
0093, 0055  
0180  
0156, 0178, 0166  
0030, 0019, 0056  
0092  
NEC  
NTC  
Nikko  
0030, 0178, 0092  
0180  
Onwa  
Optimus  
0154  
13-1283  
0166  
31-3031, 31-3033,  
31-3038, 31-3040  
0250  
Optonica  
Orion  
0093, 0165  
0236, 0463, 0179  
0051, 0250, 0055  
Panasonic  
Penney  
0047, 0156, 0051,  
0060, 0030, 0178,  
0021, 0019, 0056,  
0039, 0003, 0032,  
0135, 1347  
Philco  
0054, 0463, 0030,  
0145, 0019, 0020  
Philips  
Pilot  
0054  
0030, 0019, 0039  
0166  
Pioneer  
Portland  
Prism  
0019, 0039, 0092  
0051  
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