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Text excerpt from page 11 (click to view)
Using the Remote Control (RM-Y806) Button FULL TV Arrows (G g F f) OK BACK FWD LAST CH DISPLAY VOL +/CH +/CODE SET Description Displays a full screen display of the last channel. Moves the highlight within menus and guides. Selects the highlighted item. Displays the previous screen. Displays the next screen. Toggles between the last and current channel. Displays the Title Bar (see the Cablevision user guide for details). Adjusts the volume. Changes the channel. Used for programming the remote control to operate non-Sony video equipment. For details, see â€śProgramming the Remote Controlâ€ť on page 5.
Programming the Remote Control
The remote control is preset at the factory to operate any Sony brand TV and VCR. If you have any other brand of TV or VCR, use the following procedures to program the remote to use the highlighted buttons shown on pages 4 and 5.
To program the remote
1 Turn to â€śRemote Control Programmable Codesâ€ť on page 7, and
find the 3-digit code for your TV or VCR. If more than one code is listed, use the number listed first to complete the following procedures.
2 Press the CODE SET button. 3 Enter the 3-digit code using the 0-9 buttons. 4 Press the # button (located below the â€ś9â€ť button).
To check if the code works
1 Aim the remote control at the component you just programmed
(e.g. aim at the TV and press TV POWER).
2 If the component responds, try the CH+ and CH- buttons. If the
component responds, youâ€™re done.