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TABLE OF CONTENTS
About the Remote Control............................... page 2
Remote Control Signals: UHF or IR.................page 2 Installing Batteries in the Remote Control........page 3 Remote Control Modes ....................................page 3

Using the Remote Control Buttons ................ page 4
SAT (Satellite Receiver) Mode.........................page 4 TV (Television)Mode .......................................page 8 VCR (VideoCassette Recorder) Mode.............page 10 AUX (Auxiliary) Mode for Cable TV Box ..........page 12 AUX (Auxiliary) Mode for Tuner or Amplifier....page 13

Remote Control Procedures............................ page 15
Controlling a Device.........................................page 15 Changing the Remote Control Address...........page 16 Installing an Attenuator ....................................page 17 Controlling Sound Volume................................page 18 Receiver Volume Control...................... page 18 TV or Amplifier Volume Control............ page 19 Doing the Device Code Scan...........................page 20 Finding the Device Codes................................page 21

Device Codes................................................... page 22
TVs...................................................................page 22 VCRs................................................................page 23
DVD Players ...................................................... page 25

Tuners and Amplifiers ......................................page 25 Cable TV Boxes...............................................page 25

Trouble-Shooting Table ................................... page 26 Limited Warranty .............................................. page 28 If You Need Help ............................................... page 30

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Remote Control Signals: UHF or IR

ABOUT THE REMOTE CONTROL
The remote control gives you easy access to all the features of a DISH NetworkTMsatellite TV system. You can set up the remote to control up to three devices other than the satellite TV receiver. The three devices may include a TV, a VCR, a DVD player, a cable TV box, a tuner, or an audio amplifier.

R EMOTE CONTROL SIGNALS: UHF OR IR
• The remote control uses Ultra-High Frequency (UHF) radio signals to control the satellite TV receiver. UHF signals travel long distances (100feet or more) and 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, see Changing the Remote Control Address on page16. If this does not work, see Installing an Attenuator on page17. • To use the remote to control the receiver, you must attach the UHF antenna to the receiver backpanel UHF Remote Antenna connection. Note: To be able to use the remote control over the longest possible distance, place the antenna straight up. Do not let the antenna touch anything.

• The remote control uses Infra-Red (IR) light signals to control devices other than the receiver. IR signals travel only short distances (40 feet or less), and cannot go through walls or other solid objects.You must point the remote control directly at the device, with no objects blocking the line of sight.

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Installing Batteries in the Remote Control

INSTALLING BATTERIES IN THE R EMOTE CONTROL
The remote control comes with AAA batteries, packaged separately. When you replace old batteries, you should replace all of the batteries. Use batteries of the same grade, for example,alkaline or carbon zinc, and do not mix batteries of different grades. Alkaline batteries provide longer battery life. 1. Press down on the slot in the battery cover (on the back of the remote control) and slide the cover off. 2. Insert the new batteries, making sure to match the plus (“+”) ends with the plus markings on the battery case. 3. Replace the battery cover by sliding the cover back up...
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