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Platinum PVR

Remote Control

User Guide

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FCC RULES

WIRELESSREMOTECONTROL

This device complies with Part 15 of Federal Communications Commission (FCC) Rules. Operation is subject to the following conditions:

This device may not cause harmful interference.

This device must accept any interference that may cause undesired operation.

Unauthorized equipment changes may void FCC certification.

IMPORTANTSAFETYINSTRUCTIONS

You must keep safety in mind while using this device. Keep these and any other instructions.

Installation

Heed Warnings: Carefully follow all warnings on the device and in the operating instructions.

Heat: DON’T place the device near heat sources such as radiators, stoves, heat registers, or other appliances that produce heat.

Care and Use

Cleaning: DON’T use liquid, abrasive, solvent, or aerosol cleaners. Use a damp cloth for cleaning.

When Not in Use: Remove the batteries if you’re going to leave this device alone or unused for a long time.

Get service from qualified persons when a solid object or liquid has fallen onto or into the device.

Don’t try to service this device. Get service from qualified persons. If you open any covers except the battery cover you’ll void the warranty.

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CONTENTS OFTHISUSER GUIDE

 

Remote Control Basics .......................................

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Remote Control Batteries....................................

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Remote Control Signals: UHF and IR .................

2

Remote Control Modes .......................................

3

Remote Control Setup ........................................

4

Set Up the Remote Control .................................

4

Scan for Device Codes.........................

4

Try the Device Codes ...........................

5

Check the Device Codes ......................

6

Change the Address ...........................................

6

Attach the Remote Control Antenna ...................

7

Install an Attenuator ............................................

8

Switch Between TV and Device

 

Volume Control..............................................

8

Remote Control Buttons ...................................

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Control the Receiver .........................................

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Control a TV (or a Second TV)..........................

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Control a VCR (or a Second VCR)....................

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Control a Cable TV Box ....................................

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Control a Tuner or Amplifier ..............................

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Device Codes ....................................................

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TV Codes ..........................................................

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VCR Codes .......................................................

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DVD Player Codes ...............................

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Cable TV Box Codes.........................................

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Tuner/Amplifier Codes.......................................

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Trouble-Shootthe Remote Control..................

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Limited Warranty ...............................................

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If You Need Help ................................................

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Index ...................................................................

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REMOTECONTROLBASICS

This remote control gives you easy access to all the features of a DISH Network satellite TV receiver. Maybe best of all,

this remote lets you control DishPVR features. These features let you record audio and video with full digital quality,

without a VCR.

Also, you can set up the remote to control as many as three devices along with the receiver. These can be TVs, VCRs, DVD players, cable TV boxes, tuners, or audio amplifiers.

REMOTECONTROLBATTERIES

The remote control comes with AAA batteries. When you replace old batteries, you should replace all of the batteries. Use batteries of the same kind,for example, alkaline or carbon zinc, anddon’t mix batteries of different kinds. Alkaline batteries last longer.

1. Press down on the battery cover’s top latch and lift the cover off.

2. Take out all of the old batteries.

3. Put the new batteries in. Make sure you match the plus (“+”) ends with the plus markings on the battery case.

4. Fit the battery cover’s bottom tab back into the slot at the bottom of the battery case, and snap the cover back into place.

REMOTECONTROLSIGNALS: UHF ANDIR

The remote control uses both Ultra-HighFrequency (UHF) radio signals andInfra-Red(IR) light signals to control the receiver but usesonly IR signals to control other devices.

IR signals travel only short distances (40 feet or less), and can’t go through walls or other solid objects. Youmust point the remote control right at the device

you want to control, with no objects to block the signal path.

(for info about UHF signals, please go on to the next page)

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Remote Control Modes

UHF signals travel long distances (100 feet or more) and can go through walls and other solid objects. Because UHF signals travel so far, the receiver may respond to signals from other nearby remote controls. To handle this problem, please seeChange the Address on page 6. If this doesn’t work,

please see Install an Attenuatoron page 8.

You need to attach the UHF remote antenna to the receiver’s back panel UHF Remote Antenna

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REMOTECONTROLSETUP

SETUP THEREMOTECONTROL

On the next few pages we tell you how to set up the remote to control a TV, a VCR, or other devices.

When you get the remote it’s already set up to control the receiver. But, youmust set up the remote to control the TVbefore you can use theMute andVolume buttons. To do this, you caneither Scan for Device Codes here

or Try the Device Codeson page 5.

SCAN FORDEVICECODES

1.Use the device’s buttons or its remote control to turn it on.

2.Press and hold the mode button for the device, for about three seconds. When all the other mode buttons light up, let go of the button.For example, hold theTV button for a TV.

3. Only for the Aux mode, use the number buttons to enter 0 for a second TV, 1 for a second VCR, or 2 for a tuner or amplifier.

For any other mode, skip to step 5.

4. Only for the Aux mode, press theStar (*) button.

For any other mode, skip to step 5.

5. Press the blank Power button.

6. Press the up or down arrow button to set the remote to the next code. The up arrow button scans ahead and the down arrow button scans back. Press the button again to go on with the scan.

7. If the remote reaches the correct code, the device turns off. When this happens, press the Pound (#) button to store the code in the remote. If the code works, the mode button flashes three times.

(please go on to the next page)

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Set Up the Remote Control

8. Press the blank Power button to turn the device back on.

9. Try some other buttons to make sure they work. Sometimes, the blank Power button works when other buttons don’t.

Note: The mode button for the device starts to flash if you’ve scanned all the codes for that device.

TRY THEDEVICECODES

Note: If you just did the Scan for Device Codes, you don’tneed to do this.

1.Use the device’s buttons or its remote control to turn it on.

2.Find the brand name of the device in the tables on page 23. If the brand isn’t listed, please see Scan for Device Codes on page 4.

3.Press and hold the mode button for the device you want the remote to control, for about three seconds. When all the other mode buttons light up, let go of the mode button.For example, hold theTV mode button for a TV.

4.Only for the Aux mode, use a number button to enter 0

for a second TV, or 1 for a second VCR, or 2 for a tuner

 

or amplifier.

or:

For any other mode, skip to step 5.

 

5. Use the number buttons to enter a device code from the table.

6. Press the Pound (#) button. If the code works, the mode button flashes three times.

7. Press the blank Power button to test if the code works for the device. If it does, the device should turn off.

8. Turn the device back on and try some other buttons to make sure they work. Sometimes, the blank Power button works when other

buttons don’t. If the code works for other buttons, stop here.

9.If the code you entered doesn’t work, do steps 3 through 8again with another code from the tables.

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CHECK THEDEVICECODES

You can find out what device code you’ve set for each remote control mode. Here’s what to do:

1.Press and hold the mode button for the device, for about three seconds. When all the other mode buttons light up, let go of the mode button.

2.Press the Pound (#) buttontwice.

The mode button flashes the number for each digit of the device code, with a pause between the groups of flashes. A quick flash is for zero. For example, the mode button flashes five times, pauses, flashes seven times, pauses, and flashes once quickly for the 570 code.

CHANGE THEADDRESS

Because UHF signals travel long distances and go through walls, a neighbor’s remote may control your receiver by mistake.

To handle this problem, you can change the remote address.

Note: Here we show youexamples of the receiver’s front panel buttons. Your receiver’s buttons may look a bit different.

1. Open the Important System Informationmenu. To do this, first make sure you turn the TV on. Next, press the receiver’s front panel Power button to turn the receiver off. Then, press the receiver’s front panel Info button. (Please don’t use the remote control’s buttons because they might control your neighbor’s receiver.)

2.The Important System Informationmenu shows a Remote Address.

Write down this number: _______.

3.Press and hold theSat mode button about three

seconds, until all the mode buttons light up, and then let go of the Sat button.

(please go on to the next page)

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4. Use the number buttons to enter any number from 1 to 16, but not the one you found in step 2. TheSat mode button goes out after you enter each digit, and then lights up again.

Write down the number you enter _______.

5. Press the Pound (#) button.

If the address you enter works, the Sat mode button flashes three times.

6. Press the Record button.

7.This is important: Make sure the Remote Addresson the Important System Informationmenu now

is the same as the one you entered in step 4. If it isn’t, the remote can’t control the receiver.

8.To check the address, press and hold theSat mode

button for three seconds. Then, let go of the Sat button, and press thePound (#) buttontwice. TheSat mode button flashes the same number of times as the address you entered in step 4.

9. Press the Select button to close the

Important System Information menu.

ATTACH THEREMOTECONTROLANTENNA

To use the remote’s UHF signals to control the receiver, you must attach the UHF antenna to the receiver’s back panelUHF Remote Antenna input. Set the antenna straight up so you can use the remote as far away as possible.

Note: If you don’t attach the antenna, you canstill use the remote to control the receiver atshort distances. This is because the remote sendsboth IR and UHF signals to the receiver.

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INSTALL ANATTENUATOR

Stray UHF signals can block signals from the remote control

to the receiver. To prevent blocks, you can install a 10 dB attenuator (you can buy one from a consumer electronics parts store).

Note: This will help keep out stray UHF signals, but also cut down how far away you can use the remote control.

1.Take the UHF antenna off of the receiver’s back panel

UHF Remote Antenna input.

2.Put a 10 dB attenuator onto the

UHF Remote Antenna input.

3.Put the UHF antenna onto the attenuator.

SWITCHBETWEENTV ANDDEVICEVOLUMECONTROL

If you set up the remote to control a television, the Mute andVolume buttons control the TV volume, inmost modes. But, if you use theAux mode to control a tuner or amplifier and the device has a volume setting, you can set up the remote to control the device’s volumeinstead

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Switch Between TV and Device Volume Control

To set the remote to control the device’s volume:

1. Press and hold theAux mode button for three seconds, and then let go of it.

2. Press the Pound (#) button.

3. Press the plus (+) side of the Volume button.

4. Press the 0 number button.

5. Press the Pound (#) button.

The AUX mode button flashes three times.

To set the remote back to control the TV volume:

1.Press and hold theTV mode button for three seconds, and then let go of it.

2.Press the Pound (#) button.

3.Press the plus (+) side of the Volume button.

4.Press the 0 number button.

5.Press the Pound (#) button. TheAux mode button flashes three times.

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REMOTECONTROLBUTTONS

CONTROL THERECEIVER

When you get the remote it’s already set up to control the receiver. But, youmust set up the remote to control

the TV before you can use theMute andVolume buttons.

Only the buttons we tell you about here control the receiver. Some of the buttons we tell you about here maynot control your receiver. Please see the receiverUser Guide for info about the receiver’s features.

Please remember, the outside front cover of this Guide shows you the whole remote control.

SATMODEBUTTON

Press this button to set the remote to Sat (“satellite”) mode to control the receiver. TheSat mode button’s back light flashes once to show you’ve set the remote toSat mode.

Make sure you keep the remote in Sat mode to use the buttons we tell you about here.

TV/VIDEOBUTTON

If you connect the receiver with its back panel

TV Antenna/Cable In and TV Set Outports, use this button to switch the receiver between the satellite signal (connect it to the Satellite Inport) and another video signal like a cable or broadcast TV antenna input (connect it

to the receiver’s TV Antenna/Cable In input).

Note: If you connect the receiver to other devices

with the phono (RCA) jacks or the S-Video output, youmust use the menus each device displays to change the input from local broadcast TV to satellite TV.

POWERBUTTONS

Press the blank Power button to turn the receiver on or off. The greenPower light on the receiver’s front panel turns on to show the receiver is on, and turns off to show it’s off.

Note: To use theTV Power button, youmust set up

the remote to control the TV. Please see Set Up the Remote Control on page 4 for what to do.

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Control the Receiver

MENUBUTTON

Press this button to open the Main Menu.

PAGEUP ANDPAGEDOWNBUTTONS

Press the Page Up button or thePage Down button to scan, page by page, through the

Program Guide, a Themeslist, a Favorite List, an Event Timerslist, or a list of channels.

Note: An “event” is any satellite program.

MUTEBUTTON

To use this button, you must set up the remote to control the TV. Please seeSet Up the Remote Control on page 4 for what to do.

VOLUMEBUTTON

To use this button, you must set up the remote to control the TV. Please seeSet Up the Remote Control on page 4 for what to do.

GUIDEBUTTON

Press this button to open the Program Guide. When you have theProgram Guide open, press this button to apply your Favorite Lists.

ARROWBUTTONS

When you use a menu, press these buttons to highlight an option.

When you watch a program, press the

up or down arrow button to change channels.

When you watch a program, press the Browse button (the right arrow button) to open

the Browse Banner.

(for more about the arrow buttons, please see the next page)

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When you have the Browse Banner open, press the up or down arrow button to see theBrowse Banner for the next channel.

When you have the Browse Banner open, press the right or left arrow button to display the program on now or the next program on a channel.

When a menu shows you a list of choices, press the up or down arrow button to see more choices.

When you have the Program Guide open, press these buttons to highlight a program.

To enter a number in a menu, highlight the place where you need to enter the number. Then, press the up or down arrow button to increase or decrease the number in the highlighted place. Or, you can use the number buttons.

When you watch a program, press the Theme button (the left arrow button) to open theThemes menu.

SELECTBUTTON

Press this button to select the option you highlight in a menu.

RECALLBUTTON

Press this button to go back to the last receiver channel you watched. Press it again to switch between the last two receiver channels you watched.

INFOBUTTON

Press this button for more info when you have the

Program Guide or the Browse Banneropen, or when you watch a program.

If a menu has a Help option, press this button to see help info for that menu.

Highlight a program in a Themes list and then press this button for more info about that program.

When you have the receiver off but the TV on, press this button to open the Important System Information menu.

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VIEWBUTTON

When you watch a program, press this button to briefly display theProgram Banner.

When you use a menu, press this button to cancel and go back to watch a program.

CANCELBUTTON

Press this button to cancel and go back to the previous menu or to watch a program.

DISHPVR BUTTONS

Use these buttons to record or play back a program.

Press thePVR button to open theDishPVR Recorded Events menu.

Press theSkip Back button to skip back about ten seconds in a program. Press this buttonagain to skip back again.

Press theSkip Ahead button to skip ahead about 30 seconds in a program. Press this buttonagain to skip ahead again.

Press theBack button to move back through a program four times as fast as normal play. Press this buttontwice to move back at 15 times,three times

to move back at 60 times, and four times to move back at 300 times as fast as normal play.

Press thePause button to pause a program. Press this buttonagain to go back to watch the program.

Press theFWD (“forward”) button to move ahead through a program four times as fast as normal play. Press this buttontwice to move ahead at 15 times,three times to move ahead at 60 times, andfour times to move ahead at 300 times as fast as normal play.

Press theStop button to stop recording a program.

(for more, please see the next page)

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Press thePlay button to watch or to go back to watch a program. Also, press this button to switch from forward or reverse back to watch the program as usual.

Press theRecord button to start recording a program.

Note: You also use this button if you change

the remote control address. Please see page 6.

DISH BUTTON

You may soon be able to use this button to see the DISH Home.

NUMBERBUTTONS

Note: The letter groups above some of these buttons may work with a future feature.

When you watch a program or have theProgram Guide open, use these buttons to enter a channel number. This is how you can change to that channel.

When you have the Program Guide open, enter

a number of hours with these buttons, and then press the right or left arrow button. This is how you can skip the Program Guide forward or backward that far.

If a menu option has a number, press the button with the same number to select that option.

Use these buttons to enter numbers in a menu.

To do this, first move the highlight to the place where

you need to enter the number. Next, press a number button (or, you can use the up/down arrow buttons to enter

the number). Then, move the highlight to the place for the next number you need to enter, or press

the Select button if you don’t need to enter another number.

STAR(*) BUTTON

This button may work with a future feature.

POUND(#) BUTTON

You use this button in several procedures in this User Guide. The word “search” is for a possible future use for this button.

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Control a TV (or a Second TV)

CONTROL ATV (OR ASECONDTV)

Only the buttons we tell you about here control a TV. Some of the buttons we tell you about here maynot control your TV. Please see your TV user’s manual for info about the TV’s features.

You can set up the remote to control a second TV in Aux mode, thesame way it controls the first TV inTV mode. Please seeSet Up the Remote Control on page 4.

Please remember, the outside front cover of this Guide shows you the whole remote control.

TV MODEBUTTON

You must first set up the remote to control the TV. Please see

Set Up the Remote Control on page 4. Then, you mustpress the TV mode button to set the remote to TV mode. The TV mode button flashes once to show you’ve set the remote

to TV mode. Make sure you keep the remote inTV mode to use the buttons we tell you about here.

TV/VIDEOBUTTON

If the TV has video format options, use this button to switch the TV video format.

POWERBUTTONS

Press either Power button to turn the TV on or off.

Note: If you set up the remote to control one TV inTV mode and another TV inAux mode, press theTV Power button to controlonly the TV you set up inTV mode.

MUTEBUTTON

Press this button to turn the sound on or off.

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VOLUMEBUTTON

Press this button to raise (+) or lower(-)the sound volume.

UP/DOWNARROWBUTTONS

Use these buttons to change channels on the TV.

SELECTBUTTON

The Select button works as theEnter button for a TV.

RECALLBUTTON

Press this button to go back to the last TV channel you watched. Press it again to switch between the last two TV channels you watched.

NUMBERBUTTONS

Use these buttons to enter numbers in a TV menu.

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Control a VCR (or a Second VCR)

CONTROL AVCR (OR ASECONDVCR)

Only the buttons we tell you about here control a VCR. Some of the buttons we tell you about here maynot control your VCR. Please see your VCR user’s manual for info about the TV’s features.

You can set up the remote to control a second VCR in Aux mode, thesame way it controls the first VCR inTV mode. Please seeSet Up the Remote Control on page 4.

Please remember, the outside front cover of this Guide shows you the whole remote control.

VCR MODEBUTTON

You must first set up the remote to control the VCR. Please seeSet Up the Remote Control on page 4.

Then, youmust press theVCR mode button to set the remote toVCR mode. TheVCR mode button flashes once to show you’ve set the remote toVCR mode. Make sure you keep the remote inVCR mode to use the buttons

we tell you about here.

You must put the remote inVCR mode to set it up to control a DVD player. Later, youmust put

the remote in VCR mode to use it to control a DVD player.

TV/VIDEOBUTTON

Use this button to switch the VCR between its TV mode and its VCR mode (please see your VCR user’s manual for info).

POWERBUTTON

Press the blank Power button to turn the VCR on or off.

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MUTEBUTTON

To use this button, you must set up the remote to control the TV. Please seeSet Up the Remote Control on page 4 for what to do.

VOLUMEBUTTON

To use this button, you must set up the remote to control the TV. Please seeSet Up the Remote Control on page 4 for what to do.

UP/DOWNARROWBUTTONS

Use these buttons to change channels on the VCR.

SELECTBUTTON

The Select button works as thePlay button for a VCR. Press this button to play or to go back to play a videotape.

RECALLBUTTON

Press this button to go back to the last VCR channel you used. Press it again to switch between the last two VCR channels you used.

VCR BUTTONS

Press theBack button to rewind a videotape.

Press thePause button to pause a videotape.

Press this button or the Play button to play the tape.

Press theFWD (“forward”) button to forward a videotape.

Press theStop button to stop playing or recording on a videotape.

Press theRecord button to record on a videotape.

Press thePlay button to play a videotape.

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Control a Cable TV Box

NUMBERBUTTONS

Use these buttons to enter numbers in a VCR menu.

CONTROL ACABLETV BOX

Only the buttons we tell you about here control a cable TV box. Some of the buttons we tell you about here maynot control your cable TV box. Please see your cable box user’s manual for info about the box’s features.

Please remember, the outside front cover of this Guide shows you the whole remote control.

AUXMODEBUTTON

You must first set up the remote to control the cable TV box. Please seeSet Up the Remote Control on page 4.

Then, youmust press theAux mode button to set the remote toAux mode. TheAux mode button flashes once to show you’ve set the remote toAux mode. Make sure to keep

the remote in Aux mode to use the buttons we tell you about here.

TV/VIDEOBUTTON

Use this button to switch the cable box between its TV mode and its video mode.

POWERBUTTON

Press the blank Power button to turn the cable box on or off.

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MUTEBUTTON

To use this button, you must set up the remote to control the TV. Please seeSet Up the Remote Control on page 4 for what to do.

VOLUMEBUTTON

To use this button, you must set up the remote to control the TV. Please seeSet Up the Remote Control on page 4 for what to do.

UP/DOWNARROWBUTTONS

Use these buttons to change channels on the cable box.

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Control a Tuner or Amplifier

CONTROL ATUNER ORAMPLIFIER

Only the buttons we tell you about here control a tuner or amplifier. Some of the buttons we tell you about here maynot control your tuner or amplifier. Please see the device user’s manual for info.

Please remember, the outs

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VOLUMEBUTTON

If the tuner or amplifierhas its own volume control and you press this button to turn the volume down(-)or up (+), the remote

controls the device in Aux mode. In this case you donot have to set up the remote to control the TV before you can use theVolume button.

If the tuner or amplifier does not have its own volume control, the remote switches intoTV mode

and sends a signal to the TV. Then, the remote switches back into Aux mode. In this case, youmust set up

the remote to control the TV before you can use

the Volume button. Please see Set Up the Remote Controlon page 4 for what to do.

UP/DOWNARROWBUTTONS

Use these buttons to change channels on the tuner or amplifier.

SELECTBUTTON

This button works as the Input Select button for the tuner or amplifier.

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Device Codes

DEVICECODES

Use these codes to set up the remote to control a TV, a VCR, or other devices.

Note: If a device is not listed or the codes don’t work, maybe the remote can’t control the device.

Note: The end of theVCR Codes table has codes for DVD players.Note: Only for a receiver with its own volume control, use code 222 with the remote inSat,TV, orVCR mode to set up the remote

to control the receiver sound volume.

TV CODES

Akai

532, 570, 573

 

 

Alba

613

 

 

A-Mark

620

 

 

Amstrad

533

 

 

Anam

509, 541, 620, 621, 691,

 

698

 

 

AOC

505, 506, 519, 520, 620,

 

695, 712

 

 

Archer

620

 

 

Audiovox

620

 

 

Bauer

611

 

 

Baycraft

536

 

 

Brockwood

695

 

 

Broksonic

562, 691

 

 

Candle

506, 522, 523, 525, 536,

 

691, 695, 708, 712

 

 

Capehart

519, 695

 

 

Circuit City

695

 

 

Citizen

506, 516, 522, 523, 524,

 

525 , 526, 691, 708, 712

 

 

Colortyme

573, 695

 

 

Concerto

523

 

 

Contec

527, 528, 541, 591, 691

 

 

Craig

536, 541, 691, 694

 

 

Crown

526, 536

 

 

Curtis Mathes

506, 516, 526, 573, 703,

 

712

 

 

CXC

541, 691

 

 

Daewoo

505, 524, 526, 529, 530,

 

531, 532, 698, 712, 719

 

 

Daytron

526, 695

 

 

Dixi

532, 588, 620

 

 

Dumont

695

 

 

Electrohome

526, 573, 709, 713

 

 

Elta

532

 

 

Emerson

526, 527, 528, 533, 534,

 

535, 536, 537, 538, 539,

 

540, 541, 573, 622, 691,

 

692, 695, 696, 699, 720

 

 

Envision

506, 712

 

 

Etron

532

 

 

Fisher

542, 590

 

 

Formenti

611

 

 

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573, 605

 

 

Fujitsu

534, 694

 

 

Funai

534, 541, 691, 694

 

 

Futuretech

541, 691, 694

 

 

General Electric

503, 508, 509, 515, 540,

(GE)

543, 544, 630, 695, 698,

 

701, 714, 715, 716

 

 

Genexxa

613

 

 

Goldstar

505, 523, 526, 545, 546,

 

573, 588, 693, 712

 

 

Granada

695, 711

 

 

Grand

695

 

 

Grandiente

711

 

 

Grundig

547

 

 

Hallmark

695

 

 

Harman Kardon

561

 

 

Hinari

534

 

 

Hitachi

523, 526, 548, 549, 550,

 

551, 552, 553, 554, 555,

 

585, 597, 626, 702, 718

 

 

Infinity

566

 

 

JBL

566

 

 

JC Penney

503, 505, 506, 516, 526,

 

531, 543, 596, 701, 714

 

 

Jensen

556, 573

 

 

JVC

557, 558, 559, 560

 

 

Kawasho

548, 561, 712

 

 

Kenwood

506, 573, 712

 

 

Kloss

522, 561, 610, 698

 

 

KTV

526, 539, 540, 541, 691,

 

696, 712

 

 

Lloyds

695

 

 

Lloytron

526

 

 

Loewe

588

 

 

Logik

518

 

 

Luxman

523

 

 

LXI

503, 563, 566, 590, 595,

 

617, 625, 701

 

 

Magnasonic

573

 

 

Magnavox

506, 520, 525, 536, 564,

 

565, 566, 567, 568, 569,

 

573, 575, 610, 710, 712

 

 

Marantz

506, 566, 573, 588, 712

 

 

Matsui

532, 609

 

 

Megatron

695

 

 

Memorex

518, 532, 590, 695

 

 

 

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MGA

504, 505, 506, 571, 573,

 

695

 

 

Mitsubishi

504, 505, 570, 571, 572,

 

597, 623, 695, 705, 707,

 

712

 

 

Montgomery

505, 506, 515, 518, 534,

Wards

536, 543, 564, 565, 567,

 

568, 607, 619, 712, 714,

 

715

 

 

MTC

505, 506, 516, 523, 531,

 

695, 712

 

 

NAD

502, 617, 695

 

 

National

509, 697

 

 

National Quenties

697

 

 

NEC

505, 506, 507, 517, 523,

 

573, 627, 712

 

 

Nikkai

612, 613, 618

 

 

Nordmende

551

 

 

Normande

717

 

 

Novabeam

561, 698

 

 

Nyon

701

 

 

Onwa

541, 691

 

 

Optonica

605, 607

 

 

Orion

694

 

 

Osaki

612

 

 

Panasonic

508, 509, 510, 511, 512,

 

566, 574, 689, 697, 698,

 

700, 706, 714, 716

 

 

Philco

505, 506, 525, 536, 564,

 

565, 568, 573, 610, 712

 

 

Philips

566, 588

 

 

Pioneer

502, 548, 551, 576, 698,

 

708

 

 

Portland

505, 526, 712

 

 

Proscan

503

 

 

Proton

513, 519, 526, 536, 585,

 

624, 695

 

 

Pulsar

501

 

 

Quasar

508, 509, 577, 698, 700

 

 

Radio Shack

526, 541, 607, 612, 691,

 

698

 

 

RCA

503, 505, 515, 548, 579,

 

580, 581, 582, 583, 584,

 

586, 587, 625, 633, 634,

 

691, 698, 701, 708, 714,

 

715, 716

 

 

Realistic

590

 

 

Saba

551

 

 

Saisho

532, 533, 609

 

 

Sampo

506, 519, 698

 

 

Samsung

505, 506, 516, 523, 526,

 

532, 588, 612, 695, 704,

 

712, 721

 

 

Samwon

620

 

 

Sanyo

542, 589, 590, 591, 592,

 

609

 

 

SBR

588

 

 

Schneider

588

 

 

Scott

526, 534, 537, 541, 593,

 

600, 691, 696, 701

 

 

Sears

503, 523, 534, 542, 563,

 

589, 590, 594, 595, 596,

 

598, 599, 601, 602, 603,

 

604, 617, 695, 703

 

 

Seimitsu

695

 

 

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Sharp

526, 585, 591, 605, 606,

 

607, 608, 628, 629

 

 

Siemens

591

 

 

Signature

518

 

 

Silver

573

 

 

Solavox

612

 

 

Sony

500, 514, 521, 578, 609,

 

619, 622, 690, 691

 

 

Soundesign

525, 536, 541, 691, 695

 

 

Spectricon

520, 620

 

 

Squareview

694

 

 

SSS

505, 541, 573, 691, 712

 

 

Supra

523

 

 

Supre-Macy

522

 

 

Sylvania

506, 525, 536, 564, 565,

 

566, 568, 573, 575, 600,

 

610, 611, 712

 

 

Symphonic

632, 692, 694

 

 

Tandy

605, 613

 

 

Tatung

509, 698

 

 

Technics

508

 

 

Techwood

523, 573

 

 

Teknika

504, 505, 516, 518, 522,

 

523, 524, 525, 526, 534,

 

536, 541, 614, 615, 691,

 

712

 

 

Teleavia

551

 

 

Telefunken

551

 

 

Teletech

532

 

 

Tera

513

 

 

Thomas

695

 

 

Thompson

709

 

 

Thomson

551, 616

 

 

TMK

523, 573, 695

 

 

Toshiba

516, 590, 596, 617, 618,

 

631, 688

 

 

Tosonic

528

 

 

Totevision

526

 

 

Toyomenko

695

 

 

Universal

543

 

 

Vector Research

506

 

 

Victor

557

 

 

Video Concepts

570, 691

 

 

Vidtech

505, 695, 712

 

 

Viking

522

 

 

Yamaha

505, 506, 712

 

 

York

695

 

 

Zenith

501, 518, 693

 

 

Zonda

620

 

 

VCR CODES

Aiwa

588, 622, 623, 624

 

 

Akai

513, 514, 515, 516, 517,

 

518, 519, 520, 568

 

 

Alba

546

 

 

Amstrad

588

 

 

ASA

565

 

 

Audio Dynamics

594, 600

 

 

Broksonic

559

 

 

 

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Bush

589

 

 

Candle

580, 592, 593

 

 

Canon

542, 553, 554

 

 

Capehart

543, 546

 

 

Citizen

591, 592, 593

 

 

Craig

591, 608

 

 

Croslex

553

 

 

Curtis Mathes

554, 592, 605

 

 

Daewoo

534, 545, 546, 547, 593

 

 

Daytron

546

 

 

DBX

594, 600

 

 

Dumont

549

 

 

Dynatech

588

 

 

Electrohome

609

 

 

Emerson

505, 506, 507, 508, 509,

 

510, 511, 512, 559, 568,

 

588, 590, 609, 618

 

 

Finlandia

549

 

 

Finlux

549, 565, 588

 

 

Fisher

548, 549, 584, 588, 608,

 

610

 

 

General Electric

550, 551, 552, 554, 572,

(GE)

591, 605

 

 

Goldstar

530, 555, 592, 612, 613

 

 

Goodmans

585, 589

 

 

Go Video

557, 558, 620

 

 

Granada

549, 581

 

 

Grundig

565

 

 

Harman Kardon

530, 569

 

 

Hinari

589

 

 

Hitachi

536, 537, 538, 539, 540,

 

541, 553, 588, 595, 596,

 

597

 

 

Instant Replay

553

 

 

ITT

518

 

 

JC Penney

530, 554, 580, 591, 594,

 

600, 601

 

 

Jensen

560

 

 

JVC

561, 562, 563, 564, 592,

 

594, 600, 601

 

 

Kenwood

562, 581, 592, 594, 600,

 

601

 

 

Lloyd

588

 

 

Logik

589

 

 

Luxor

518

 

 

Magnavox

527, 553, 554, 556, 565,

 

611

 

 

Marantz

530, 554, 565, 585, 592,

 

594, 600, 601, 603

 

 

MEI

554

 

 

Memorex

533, 549, 554, 566, 581,

 

585, 588, 608

 

 

MGA

567, 568, 609

 

 

Mitsubishi

562, 567, 568, 569, 570,

 

571, 609

 

 

Montgomery

527, 554, 580, 585, 588,

Wards

589, 590, 591, 607, 608,

 

609

 

 

MTC

544, 580, 588

 

 

Multitech

588, 589, 591

 

 

NAD

573

 

 

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NEC

530, 531, 532, 562, 592,

 

594, 599, 600, 601, 602,

 

603, 604

 

 

Olympic

553

 

 

Optonica

585

 

 

Orion

506, 507

 

 

Panasonic

521, 522, 523, 524, 526,

 

553, 554, 598, 614, 628

 

 

Pentax

537, 592

 

 

Perdio

588

 

 

Philco

553, 554, 611

 

 

Philips

553, 554, 565, 585

 

 

Pioneer

553, 562, 573, 574, 575,

 

576, 600

 

 

Portland

546, 593

 

 

Proscan

553, 605

 

 

Pulsar

533

 

 

Quartz

581

 

 

Quasar

553, 554, 577, 578

 

 

Radio Shack

607, 608, 609, 610

 

 

RCA

525, 526, 527, 528, 529,

 

537, 553, 591, 605, 606,

 

615, 630, 631

 

 

Realistic

549, 554, 580, 581, 584,

 

585, 588

 

 

Ricoh

502

 

 

Saisho

506, 507

 

 

Salora

567, 581

 

 

Samsung

517, 534, 579, 580, 591

 

 

Sansui

532, 544, 562, 600, 621

 

 

Sanyo

549, 581, 582, 583, 608

 

 

SBR

565

 

 

Schneider

589

 

 

Scott

508, 559, 590

 

 

Sears

548, 549, 581, 584, 608,

 

610

 

 

Sentra

546

 

 

Sharp

585, 607, 609, 625

 

 

Shintom

589

 

 

Sony

500, 501, 502, 503, 504,

 

629

 

 

Sylvania

553, 554, 556, 567, 588,

 

611

 

 

Symphonic

588, 594

 

 

Tandy

588

 

 

Tashiko

588

 

 

Tatung

586, 594, 601

 

 

Teac

588, 594, 601

 

 

Technics

553, 554

 

 

Teknika

554, 587, 588

 

 

TMK

506

 

 

Toshiba

534, 535, 567, 590

 

 

Totevision

580, 591

 

 

Unitech

580

 

 

Vector Research

530, 600

 

 

Victor

561, 562, 600

 

 

Video Concepts

568, 600

 

 

Videosonic

591

 

 

 

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Yamaha

530, 592, 594, 600, 601

 

 

Zenith

500, 501, 533

 

 

Note: The rest of this table

is for DVD players only.

 

DVD Players

 

Note: Youmust put the remote control

in VCR mode to set it up to control a DVD

player. Later, you must put the remote control

in VCR mode to use it to control a DVD player.

 

 

Magnavox

626

 

 

Pioneer

619

 

 

RCA

627

 

 

Sony

617

 

 

Toshiba

616

 

 

CABLETV BOXCODES

 

 

Eastern

2649

 

 

GI/Tocom

2640

 

 

Jerrold

2635, 2636

 

 

Memorex

2637

 

 

Oak

2646

 

 

Panasonic

2637, 2644, 2645

 

 

Paragon

2637

 

 

Pioneer

2642, 2643

 

 

Regency

2649

 

 

Scientific Atlanta

2638, 2639, 2647, 2648,

 

2650

 

 

Zenith

2641

 

 

TUNER/AMPLIFIERCODES

Aiwa

2656, 2680

 

 

Carver

2653

 

 

Denon

2674

 

 

Fisher

2653

 

 

GE

2665

 

 

Goldstar

2677

 

 

Harmon Kardon

2672

 

 

JVC

2657, 2683

 

 

Kenwood

2676

 

 

Luxman

2681

 

 

LXI

2665

 

 

Marantz

2651

 

 

Memorex

2675

 

 

NAD

2669

 

 

Nakamichi

2671

 

 

Onkyo

2660, 2662, 2678

 

 

Optimus

2664

 

 

Panasonic

2652

 

 

Pioneer

2658, 2667, 2668, 2675,

 

2679

 

 

Proton

2654

 

 

Quasar

2652

 

 

RCA

2655

 

 

Realistic

2665, 2666

 

 

Scott

2659

 

 

Sherwood

2670

 

 

Sony

2673, 2680

 

 

Symphonic

2666

 

 

Technics

2652

 

 

Victor

2657

 

 

Yamaha

2663, 2682

 

 

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TROUBLE-SHOOTTHEREMOTECONTROL

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

What’s

What’s Wrong

 

What You Can Do

 

 

Happening

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

While you

If you don’t press

Start over again.

 

 

do a remote

any button

 

 

 

 

procedure, the

for 20 seconds,

 

 

 

 

remote control

the remote “times

 

 

 

 

“times out.”

out.”

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

You can’t find

• Maybe you lost the

Use the receiver’s front panel buttons

 

 

the remote

remote control.

 

to control the receiver until you find

 

 

control.

• Maybe someone

 

the remote.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

else has the remote.

If the remote control is lost for good or

 

 

 

 

 

too damaged to use, please call the

 

 

 

 

 

Customer Service Center to order a

 

 

 

 

 

replacement. You’ll have to pay

 

 

 

 

 

for the new remote control,

 

 

 

 

 

plus shipping and handling.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

When you

• Maybe you can’t

• Turn down the other room lights so you

 

 

press the

see if the receiver

 

can see if the receiver Power light

 

 

remote control

Power light is on,

 

is on.

 

 

Power button

if other lights in the

Try other remote control buttons to see

 

 

to turn the

room are too

 

 

 

if the receiver responds. Replace the

 

 

receiver on,

bright.

 

 

 

 

remote batteries with fresh ones.

 

 

the receiver’s

• Maybe the remote

 

 

 

• Make sure the receiver power cord

 

 

front panel

 

 

control isn’t

 

 

Power light

 

is okay, and the put the plug into the

 

 

working right or

 

 

 

doesn’t turn

 

outlet the right way.

 

 

the batteries are

 

 

 

on.

• Make sure you set the remote to Sat

 

 

weak or dead.

 

 

 

• Maybe you didn’t

 

mode to control the receiver.

 

 

 

• Make sure the remote and the receiver

 

 

 

plug the receiver

 

 

 

power cord into a

 

have the same address.

 

 

 

power outlet, or

 

 

 

 

 

maybe there’s a

 

 

 

 

 

problem with the

 

 

 

 

 

power.

 

 

 

 

 

• Maybe the remote

 

 

 

 

 

isn’t in Sat mode.

 

 

 

 

 

• Maybe the remote

 

 

 

 

 

and the receiver

 

 

 

 

 

have different

 

 

 

 

 

addresses.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

You set up the

For a few remote

Do these things: (a) write down the

 

 

remote control

controls you must set

TV code, (b) reset the TV mode with

 

 

for the TV

up the Aux mode

code 222, (c) set up the Aux mode, and

 

 

mode. Then,

before you set up the

(d) reset the TV mode with the code

 

 

you find you

TV mode.

you wrote down in step (a).

 

 

can’t set up the

 

 

 

 

 

remote control

 

 

 

 

 

for the Aux

 

 

 

 

 

mode.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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When you

• Maybe you’re

• Remember, the remote control uses IR

 

 

press a button

trying to control a

signals to control all devices except for

 

 

on the remote

device and you’re

the receiver. IR signals travel only

 

 

control, the

not pointing the

40 feet or less, and can’t go through

 

 

device doesn’t

remote control

walls or other solid objects. You must

 

 

do what you

right at it.

point the remote control right at the

 

 

expect.

• Maybe the remote

device, with no objects to block

 

 

 

the signal path.

 

 

 

control is missing

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

batteries, maybe

• If the batteries are missing or dead, put

 

 

 

you put the

fresh AAA-sizebatteries in. If the

 

 

 

batteries in the

remote has fresh batteries, check

 

 

 

remote the wrong

whether you put them in the right way.

 

 

 

way, or maybe the

If you didn’t, take them out and put

 

 

 

batteries are weak

them in the right way.

 

 

 

or dead.

• Make sure you set the remote to the

 

 

 

• Maybe you didn’t

 

 

 

mode for the device you want

 

 

 

set the remote to

to control.

 

 

 

the mode for the

• Make sure you set up the remote

 

 

 

device you want to

 

 

 

to control all the devices you want

 

 

 

control.

 

 

 

to use.

 

 

 

• Maybe you didn’t

 

 

 

• Put a UHF attenuator on the receiver’s

 

 

 

set up the remote to

 

 

 

UHF Remote Antenna input. This

 

 

 

control the device.

 

 

 

will help keep stray signals from

 

 

 

• UHF signals from a

 

 

 

blocking your remote’s signals, but

 

 

 

neighbor’s remote

also cut down how far away you can

 

 

 

may be blocking

use the remote.

 

 

 

signals from your

 

 

 

 

remote.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

When you

• Maybe you’re

Set up the remote to control either

 

 

press the

trying to control

TV volume or tuner/amplifier volume,

 

 

remote control

TV volume but you

whichever you want.

 

 

Mute or

set up the remote

 

 

 

Volume

to control a tuner or

 

 

 

button,

amplifier in Aux

 

 

 

nothing

mode.

 

 

 

happens.

• Maybe you’re

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

trying to control

 

 

 

 

tuner or amplifier

 

 

 

 

volume but you set

 

 

 

 

up the remote

 

 

 

 

to control a TV

 

 

 

 

in Aux mode.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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LIMITEDWARRANTY

This Limited Warranty is a legal document. Keep it in a safe place. Please remember to keep yourSales Receipt for warranty service. We will consider any items you return without a copy of the

Proof of Purchase to be out of warranty.

This warranty extends only to the original user of the DISH Network

remote control (“you,” “your”) and is limited to the purchase price of the remote control. EchoStar Communications Corporation and its affiliated companies (“we,” “our,” “us”) warrant this remote control against defects

in materials or workmanship as follows.

For one year from the original date of purchase, if we find the remote control is defective subject to the limits of this warranty, we will replace the remote at no charge for parts or labor. We warrant any such work done against defects in materials or workmanship for the remaining part of the original warranty period.

This warranty does not cover installation of the DISH Network System; consumer instruction; physical set up or adjustment of any consumer electronic device; remote control batteries; signal reception problems; loss of use of the equipment; unused programming charges due to equipment malfunction; cosmetic damage; damage due to lightning, electrical or telephone line surges, fire, flood, or other acts of Nature; accident; misuse; abuse; repair or alteration by other than our factory service; negligence; commercial or institutional use; improper or neglected maintenance; equipment sold AS IS or WITH ALL FAULTS; equipment removal or reinstallation; shipping damage if the equipment was not packed and shipped in the manner we prescribe; nor equipment purchased, serviced, or operated outside the contiguous

United States of America.

REPLACEMENT AS PROVIDED UNDER THIS WARRANTY IS YOUR EXCLUSIVE REMEDY. WE SHALL NOT BE HELD LIABLE FOR ANY INCIDENTAL OR CONSEQUENTIAL DAMAGES FOR BREACH OF ANY EXPRESSED OR IMPLIED WARRANTY ON THIS DEVICE, NOR FOR ANY INCIDENTAL OR CONSEQUENTIAL DAMAGE RESULTING FROM THE USE OF, OR INABILITY TO USE, THIS DEVICE. UNDER NO CIRCUMSTANCES SHALL OUR LIABILITY, IF ANY, EXCEED THE PURCHASE PRICE PAID FOR THIS DEVICE. EXCEPT TO THE EXTENT PROHIBITED BY APPLICABLE LAW, ANY IMPLIED WARRANTY OF MERCHANTABILITY OR FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE ON THIS DEVICE IS LIMITED IN DURATION TO THE DURATION OF THIS WARRANTY. WE RESERVE THE RIGHT TO REFUSE TO HONOR THIS WARRANTY IF WE DETERMINE ANY OF THE ABOVE EXCEPTIONS

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TO HAVE CAUSED THIS DEVICE NOT TO HAVE PERFORMED PROPERLY. THIS WARRANTY SHALL BE VOID IF ANY FACTORYAPPLIED IDENTIFICATION MARK, INCLUDING BUT NOT LIMITED TO SERIAL OR CONDITIONAL ACCESS NUMBERS, HAS BEEN ALTERED OR REMOVED. THIS WARRANTY SHALL ALSO BE VOID IF THE DEVICE HAS BEEN OPENED BY AN UNAUTHORIZED PERSON

(with the exception of opening the battery cover).

This warranty gives you specific legal rights which may vary from state to state. Some states do not allow the exclusion or limitations of incidental or consequential damages, or allow limitations on the duration of an implied warranty, so those limitations may not apply to you.

ADVANCEEXCHANGEPROGRAM

The Advance Exchange Program allows you to have replacement equipment shipped immediately to you (depending upon where you live, it could take three to five business days). Along with replacement equipment, you will receive a prepaid shipping label and instructions on how to return the defective equipment.

The shipping charge, for receiving replacement equipment and returning the defective equipment, is a one time fee based on EchoStar’s competitive bulk shipping rates (additional charges may apply outside of the continental US). This fee will be charged to your billing account or your valid credit card.

If you do not ship the defective equipment to EchoStar within ten days after receiving the replacement, your billing account or credit card will be charged the market price of the replacement. If you return the defective equipment after ten days, you will receive a full refund less an administrative fee.

If your equipment is out of warranty and can be repaired your billing account or credit card will be charged the standard repair fee for the replacement.

If damage to the defective equipment is found, which EchoStar in its sole discretion determines has voided the warranty, or makes the equipment unrepairable, your billing account or credit card will be charged the market price of the replacement.

POSTRECEIPTEXCHANGEPROGRAM

You may choose to ship the equipment to us at your cost. To provide faster service, upon receipt of your equipment you will be shipped a replacement. Your original equipment will not be available for return.

The equipment you return will be checked to verify whether it is covered under this warranty. If the defective equipment is covered under this warranty, it will be replaced and shipped back to you at no additional cost (additional charges may apply outside of the continental US).

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If your equipment is out of warranty and can be repaired your billing account or credit card will be charged the standard repair fee for the replacement.

If damage to the defective equipment is found, which EchoStar in its sole discretion determines has voided the warranty, or makes the equipment unrepairable, your billing account or credit card will be charged the market price of the replacement.

IFYOUNEEDHELP

1.Please review this User Guide.

2.Please see Trouble-Shootthe Remoteon page 27.

3.Call the Customer Service Center at 1-800-333-DISH(3474). Please have the date of purchase and your customer account number ready.

4.A Representative will help you.

5.If the Rep finds you should return the remote control, you’ll get a telephone number to call for a Return Authorization (RA) number. Before shipping any equipment to us, youmust get

a Return Authorization number.

6.You must package returned equipment the right way. Follow the instructions the Rep gives you.

7.Write the RA number in large, clearly visible characters on the outside of the shipping box used to return the equipment.

To avoid confusion and misunderstandings, we will return shipments without an RA number clearly visible on the outside of the box to you at your cost.

8.We will:

Check the remote control, including whether it is covered under the warranty.

Replace any remote we find is defective with a new or refurbished remote, if the defective remote is covered under the warranty. We will ship the replacement remote at our expense.

If a defective remote is not covered under the warranty,

we will tell you. We may assess you a flat rate charge for a replacement remote, including shipping and insurance.

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INDEX

A

Address, Change the ......................................................................

6

Advance Exchange Program .......................................................

30

Amplifier Codes ..........................................................................

26

Amplifier, Control an ..................................................................

21

Antenna, Remote Control, Attach the .......................................

2, 7

Attach the Remote Control Antenna .........................................

2, 7

Attenuator, Install an .....................................................................

8

B

 

Batteries, Remote Control ..............................................................

2

Buttons, Remote Control .............................................................

10

C

 

Cable TV Box Codes ...................................................................

26

Cable TV Box, Control a .............................................................

19

Change the Address .......................................................................

6

Check the Device Codes ................................................................

6

Contents of This User Guide .........................................................

1

Customer Service.............................................................

29, 30, 31

D

 

Device Codes ...............................................................................

23

Amplifier Codes ..................................................................

26

Cable TV Box Codes ...........................................................

26

DVD Player Codes ..............................................................

26

Tuner and Amplifier Codes .................................................

26

Tuner Codes.........................................................................

26

TV Codes .............................................................................

23

VCR Codes ..........................................................................

24

Device Codes, Check the...............................................................

6

Device Codes, Scan for .................................................................

4

Device Codes, Try the ...................................................................

5

DishPVR ........................................................................................

2

DishPVR Buttons ................................................................

13

DVD Player Codes ......................................................................

26

DVD Player, Control a ................................................................

17

I

 

If You Need Help ........................................................................

31

Index .........................................................................................

32

Install an Attenuator ......................................................................

8

IR Signals, Remote Control...........................................................

2

32

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L

Limited Warranty ........................................................................

29

M

 

Modes, Remote Control.................................................................

3

P

 

Post Receipt Exchange Program..................................................

30

R

 

Receiver, Control the ...................................................................

10

Remote Control Basics ..................................................................

2

DishPVR ................................................................................

2

Remote Control Batteries .......................................................

2

Remote Control Modes..........................................................

3

Remote Control Signals - UHF and IR..................................

2

Remote Control Batteries ...............................................................

2

Remote Control Buttons ..............................................................

10

Amplifier, Control an ..........................................................

21

Cable TV Box, Control a .....................................................

19

DishPVR Buttons ................................................................

13

DVD Player, Control a ........................................................

17

Receiver, Control the ...........................................................

10

Second TV, Control a ..........................................................

15

Second VCR, Control a .......................................................

17

Tuner or Amplifier, Control a..............................................

21

TV, Control a .......................................................................

15

VCR, Control a ....................................................................

17

Remote Control Modes..................................................................

3

Remote Control Setup ...................................................................

4

Attach the Remote Control Antenna .....................................

7

Change the Address ...............................................................

6

Check the Device Codes ........................................................

6

Install an Attenuator ..............................................................

8

Scan for Device Codes ..........................................................

4

Set Up the Remote Control....................................................

4

Switch Between TV and Device Volume Control.................

8

Try the Device Codes ............................................................

5

Remote Control Trouble-Shooting ..............................................

27

S

 

Scan for Device Codes ..................................................................

4

Second TV, Control a ..................................................................

15

Second VCR, Control a ...............................................................

17

Set Up the Remote Control............................................................

4

Setup, Remote Control ..................................................................

4

Switch Between TV and Device Volume Control.........................

8

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T

 

Table of Contents...........................................................................

1

Trouble-Shootthe Remote Control .............................................

27

Try the Device Codes ....................................................................

5

Tuner Codes.................................................................................

26

Tuner or Amplifier, Control a......................................................

21

TV Codes .....................................................................................

23

TV, Control a ...............................................................................

15

U

 

UHF Signals, Remote Control.......................................................

2

V

 

VCR Codes ..................................................................................

24

VCR, Control a ............................................................................

17

Volume Control, Switch Between TV and Device........................

8

34

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Notes

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Copyright © 2001

EchoStar Technologies Corporation

Englewood, Colorado 80112

All rights reserved.

The info in this Guide may change without notice.

We may issue revisions to tell you about such changes. Please send any comments or questions to:

EchoStar Technologies Corporation,

Technical Publications, 94 Inverness Terrace East,

Englewood, Colorado 80112

Part Number: 108933

Printed in the United States of America.

DISH Network is a registered trademark of EchoStar Technologies Corporation. For info about DISH Network, please visit our website at www.dishnetwork.com.

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For ALL your customer needs, call the Customer Service Center at 1-800-333-DISH(3474).

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