Universal Remote Control Universal Remote Remote control HCCUR User Manual

Universal Remote Control  
Cat. No. HCCUR  
Owners Manual  
DI-000-HCCUR-00A  
 
FCC CAUTION  
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.  
This equipment generates and uses radio frequency  
energy, and if not installed and used properly, that is, in  
strict accordance with the manufacturers instructions, it  
may cause interference to radio and television reception. It  
has been type tested and found to comply with the limits  
for remote control devices in accordance with the  
specifications in Sub-Parts B and C of Part 15 of FCC Rules,  
which are designed to provide reasonable protection  
against such interference in a residential installation.  
However, there is no guarantee that interference will not  
occur in a particular installation. If this equipment does  
cause interference to radio or television reception, which  
can be determined by unplugging the equipment, try to  
correct the interference by one or more of the following  
measures.  
Reorient the antenna of the radio/TV experiencing the  
interference.  
Relocate the interface with respect to the radio/TV.  
Move the interface away from the radio/TV.  
Plug the interface into an outlet on a different electrical  
circuit from the radio/TV  
experiencing the interference.  
If necessary, consult your local Dealer for additional  
suggestions.  
NOTE: Modifications to any of the components in this kit will  
void the user’s authority to operate this equipment.  
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CONTENTS  
INTRODUCTION .................................................................. 5  
GETTING STARTED .............................................................. 6  
6-IN-1 REMOTE .............................................................. 6  
SETTING UP YOUR REMOTE................................................... 6  
BUTTON DESCRIPTIONS ..................................................... 6  
SETTING UP FOR TV, VCR,  
CABLE BOX AND SATELLITE RECEIVER .................................. 8  
USING AUX TO CONTROL  
A SECOND TV, VCR, CABLE BOX OR SATELLITE RECEIVER ...... 9  
SEARCHING FOR CODES ................................................ 10  
IDENTIFYING CODES FOUND USING  
THE SEARCH PROCEDURE ................................................ 11  
SETTING THE TV SLEEP TIMER ........................................... 12  
CONTROLLING MODULES .................................................. 12  
TO SET THE HC SLEEP TIMER ............................................ 13  
CHANGING THE HOUSE CODE: ....................................... 14  
TROUBLESHOOTING........................................................... 15  
WARRANTY .................................................................... 16  
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INTRODUCTION  
Congratulations on your purchase of a Leviton Universal  
Remote Control.  
Make your lights and appliances go to work for you....  
The Remote will control most or all of your video and audio  
equipment. But what really sets it apart from other remotes  
is that you can also control almost any light or appliance  
in your home - even in another room! And it’s easy to set  
up. Within minutes, you can be using your Remote to dim  
the lights, start brewing a fresh pot of coffee and play your  
favorite movie!*  
Here are just some of the things you can do with your  
Remote...  
Control your entire audio/video and lighting setup for  
the ultimate Home Theater experience.  
Turn on lights at night to scare away intruders if you  
hear a noise.  
Start the coffee from your bedroom when you wake  
up.  
Turn on your electric blanket before the movie ends, so  
you it’s nice and warm when you go to bed.  
Use this manual to become familiar with your Remote....  
This manual will explain how to set up your Remote to use it  
with your existing Audio/Video equipment.  
Next it will show you how you can use it to set up a  
Transceiver Module and Lamp Module (sold separately) to  
operate electrical products in your home.  
* Requires Leviton Home Control Modules, sold separately.  
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GETTING STARTED  
6-IN-1 REMOTE  
The 6-in-1 Remote lets you control practically everything  
electrical in your home. It has IR technology that lets you  
control all your TV, VCR, Cable and Satellite equipment,  
and RF technology that lets you control lamps and  
appliances anywhere in your home.  
To find out more about configuring the Remote to work  
with your audio/video equipment, refer to the following  
section titled “Setting Up Your Remote.”  
1. Push the tab and lift off the battery cover.  
2. Fit two AAA batteries, taking care to  
match the + and - marks in the battery  
compartment.  
SETTING UP  
YOUR REMOTE  
BUTTON DESCRIPTIONS  
INDICATOR LIGHT  
The indicator light flashes when the remote is operating.  
POWER  
Works in the same way as your original remote.  
SET UP  
Used for programming the remote.  
HOUSE SYMBOL  
Lets you control modules to operate lamps and  
appliances around the home.  
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TV, VCR, CBL, AUX1, AUX2, SAT  
Used to select the device to control. SAT includes DBS  
receivers.  
0-9  
Used as your original remote and to enter device codes.  
LAST  
Selects the last channel viewed on your TV, VCR, Cable  
Box or Satellite Receiver.  
CHANNEL +/-  
Works like your original remote. Also used to switch  
modules on and off.  
MUTE  
Works the same as your original remote.  
VOLUME +/-  
Works like your original remote. Also used to brighten and  
dim lamps connected to Modules.  
TIMER  
Used to set the Sleep Timer to automatically switch off the  
TV or modules after a preset time.  
CAP (CAPTION)  
Has different function depending on Mode e.g. TV Closed  
Caption in TV Mode.  
PLAY, REW, FF, STOP, PAUSE  
Work the same as on your original remote.  
REC  
Record button. Works the same as your original remote.  
You must press the REC button twice to begin recording.  
SHIFT  
For accessing additional functions.  
DISP (DISPLAY)  
Used to access on-screen information  
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SETTING UP FOR TV, VCR, CABLE BOX AND SATELLITE RECEIVER  
1. Turn on the device you want to control (TV,  
VCR, cable box, satellite receiver etc.).  
2. Press and hold SETUP until the LED  
indicator lights steadily. Release the SETUP  
button.  
3. Press and release mode button for the  
device you want to control. The LED blinks  
once. Use AUX1 or AUX2 for CD  
equipment.  
4. Enter the 3 digit Code from the Code List  
(separate sheet). The LED turns off after  
the last digit entered.  
5. Point the remote at the device and press  
the POWER button. Your device should  
turn off.  
6. Turn your device on and press CHANNEL+.  
If the device responds, setup is complete.  
NOTES:  
For CD players use the AUX 1 or AUX 2 buttons.  
If your TV/VCR/Cable Box/Satellite Receiver does not  
respond, try the other codes for your brand. If it still doesn’t  
respond, try the Code Search method on page 10.  
If the LED blinked rapidly when you entered the code, you  
may have entered an invalid code. Recheck the code in  
the code list (separate sheet) and try again.  
If some buttons do not operate your equipment, try one of  
the other codes for your brand.  
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USING AUX TO CONTROL A SECOND TV, VCR, CABLE BOX  
OR SATELLITE RECEIVER  
The AUX button is normally used to control an audio  
component, but it can also be configured to control a  
second TV, VCR, cable box or satellite receiver.  
1. Turn on the equipment you want to control.  
2. Press and hold SETUP until the LED  
indicator lights steadily. Release Setup  
button.  
3. Press the AUX1 or AUX2 button.  
4. Press and release the mode button that  
matches the A/V equipment you want to  
control. The LED blinks once.  
5. Enter the 3 digit Code from the Code List.  
The LED turns off after the last digit  
entered.  
6. Point the remote at your audio  
component and press the POWER button.  
Your audio component should turn off.  
7. Turn your audio component on and press  
CHANNEL +. If it responds, setup is  
complete.  
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NOTES:  
If your audio/video component does not respond, try the  
other codes for your brand. If it still doesn’t respond, try the  
Code Search using the followingmethod.  
If the LED blinked rapidly when you entered the code, you  
may have entered an invalid code. Recheck the code in  
the code list (separate sheet) and try again.  
SEARCHING FOR CODES  
1. Turn on the device you want to control.  
2. Press and hold SETUP until the LED  
indicator lights steadily. Release Setup  
button.  
3. Press the mode button that matches the  
equipment you want to control. The LED  
blinks once.  
4. Press CHANNEL + repeatedly* until the  
device to be controlled changes channel.  
If you accidentally go past the code, press  
CHANNEL -repeatedly until the channel  
changes again.  
5. Press and release the ENTER button to  
complete the setup.  
*NOTE: You might have to press CHANNEL+ many times  
(50+). If the device does not have a Channel Up function,  
use the PLAY button (VCR only) or the POWER button.  
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IDENTIFYING CODES FOUND USING THE SEARCH PROCEDURE  
1. Press and hold the SETUP until the LED  
indicator lights steadily. Release Setup  
button.  
2. Press the mode button that matches the  
equipment you want to identify. The LED  
blinks once.  
3. Press and release SETUP. The LED blinks  
once.  
4. To find the first digit, press each number  
button from 0 to 9 until the LED blinks. The  
number you pressed is the first digit of the  
code.  
5. Press each number button from 0 to 9  
again as above to find the second digit.  
6. Press each number button in turn to find  
the third digit. When the third digit has  
been found, the LED goes out.  
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SETTING THE TV SLEEP TIMER  
The Sleep Timer automatically turns off the TV after the time  
you set. Press the TV button, then follow the  
instructions below to set the Sleep Timer:  
1. Press and hold TIMER until the LED  
indicator lights steadily. Release the TIMER  
button.  
2. Use the number buttons to enter the sleep  
time required (1 to 99 minutes).  
3. Press ENTER to confirm the setting.  
NOTE: Take care to leave the remote pointing at  
the TV to ensure it turns CoffOthNeTTRVOaLtLtIhNeGtime you  
set.  
MODULES  
If you have purchased and installed a Transceiver Module,  
you can control it and other modules as follows:  
1. Press and release the button with the  
House symbol on it.  
2. Use the number buttons to enter the Unit  
Code number of the chosen module. (You  
do not need to enter ‘0’ first for a single  
digit number.)  
3. Press the appropriate button for the  
function you require (refer to next page).  
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HOME CONTROL FUNCTIONS:  
On:  
CHANNEL +  
Off:  
CHANNEL –  
Bright:  
VOLUME +  
Dim:  
VOLUME –  
All Lamps On:  
POWER  
All Modules Off: MUTE  
NOTE: You cannot dim or brighten an Appliance Module. If the  
module was off and you press Bright or Dim (VOLUME+ or  
VOLUME-) this will simply turn the module on.  
TO SET THE HOME CONTROL (HC) SLEEP TIMER  
The Sleep Timer switches off the chosen modules after the  
preset time.  
1. Press and release the button with the  
House symbol on it.  
2. Press and hold TIMER until the LED  
indicator lights steadily. Release the TIMER  
button.  
3. Use the number buttons to enter the  
module Unit Code for the module to be  
turned off.  
4. Press the desired function button (e.g.  
CHANNEL - to turn the module off after the  
preset time).  
5. Using the number buttons enter the sleep  
time required (1 to 99 mins).  
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