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DRC800
Motorola DRC800 4-in-1
Universal Remote Control
User Guide
OVERVIEW
Your new Motorola DRC800 universal
4-in-1 remote operates your Motorola
or or other manufacturer's cable set-
top box and up to three other devices.
In addition, the DRC800 provides
advanced features such as Digital
Video Recording (DVR) control and
Picture-in-Picture (PIP) support.
You can lock volume control to any of
these devices, to make adjusting your
home entertainment volume easier.
See “Changing Volume Lock”. The
DRC800 comes from the factory
without the volume locked to any
specific device.
You can also change what type of
device each mode key controls. See
“Reassigning Device Keys”.
Operating Range
Your remote controls devices from up
to 50 ft (15 m) away if you are directly
in front of the device, or from up to 20
ft (6 m) away if you are off to either
side.
INSTALLING BATTERIES
Your remote requires 2 AAA batteries.
The first set of batteries is included,
and should last up to 6 months under
normal usage.
1. Remove the battery case cover
and the old batteries (if
necessary).
2. Follow the diagram inside the
battery case to insert the new
batteries.
You have ten minutes to replace the
batteries before your remote loses
memory.
USING YOUR REMOTE
To select a device to control, simply
press one of the device mode keys (TV,
AUDIO, DVD/VCR, CABLE) at the top of
your remote. After you set up the
remote to control that device, you may
begin using the device.
See “Programming Device Control
for more information on identifying a
specific device to a device key.
PROGRAMMING DEVICE
CONTROL
Each of the additional device keys
controls a particular type of device.
For example, the DVD/VCR key
controls your VCR, DVR, or DVD
player, but not your TV, unless you
specify otherwise. See “Reassigning
Device Keys”.
To specif y a dev ice
1. Look up the device you want to
control in the device code list on
the back of this guide.
2. Press and hold a device key
(AUDIO, DVD/VCR, or TV) for at
least six seconds. The LEDs for
each device key light up, then the
LED for the device you selected
remains on.
3. Enter the four-digit code. The
device key LED turns off briefly
after each key press.
Note: You have 10 seconds to press
each digit. If it takes longer than
that, the remote “times out” and
you must begin again.
4. If the remote recognizes the
code, the device keys LED blinks
three times. You can now test the
remote by pressing POWER. If
your device responds (turns off ),
you have found the right code. If
your device does not respond,
repeat steps 2 - 3 with the next
code in the list..
If the remote does not recognize
the code, the LED will turn off.
Retry the code (by repeating
steps 2-3 using the next code
listed for your brand), or search
for a device code. See “Searching
for Codes”.
SEARCHING FOR CODES
If none of the codes listed under
“Device Codes”on the back of this
guide match your device, you can
search for a set of commands that will
work. Your remote will sample all the
codes in its system for that device
mode to find one that will allow you to
control your device.
1. Press and hold a device mode
key (AUDIO, DVD/VCR, or TV) for
at least six seconds. The LED for
each device key lights up, then
the key for the device you
selected remains on.
2. Press a function key (such as
Power or Mute). The following
function keys are valid for
Searching (Power is
recommended):
•Power
•Mute
•Play
•CH +
•Stop
The device key’s LED blinks
three times, then turns off.
3. Press !. The remote will send
the IR command for the function
you pressed in Step 2.
4. If the device performed the
function you pressed, press OK.
The remote will now control the
device you selected in Step 1.
If the device did not perform the
function you pressed, repeat step
3. Press " to retry the previous
code.
Tip: Note the code set that worked, in
case you must re-code your remote:
DVD/VCR:
TV:
AUDIO:
See “Checking Codes”for more
information on noting code sets.
CHECKING CODES
1. Press and hold a device mode
key (AUDIO, DVD/VCR, or TV) for
at least six seconds. The LEDs
for each device key light up, then
the key for the device you
selected remains on.
2. Enter 9 9 0 to tell the remote you
are verifying the device code.
The LED blinks twice.
3. Press 1, then count the LED
blinks and write down the
number. If the LED does not
blink, the number is 0. This is
the first digit of the device code.
Press 2, 3, and 4 to obtain all
four-code digits.
CHANGING VOLUME LOCK
Locking the volume controls to a
single device makes it easier to control
volume, without having to guess
whether the volume will change. If you
lock the remote's volume controls to
the TV (for example), you will always
be able to change the volume to the
level you want, without having to
adjust it on multiple devices.
1. Press and hold the device mode
key (TV, AUDIO, DVD/VCR, or
Cable) corresponding to the
device you want to control
volume for at least six seconds.
The LED for each device key
lights up, then the key for the
device you selected remains on.
2. Press Volume +.
The device key’s LED blinks three
times, indicating it has locked the
volume control to the device you
selected. The AUDIO device key always
controls its own volume, regardless of
the device is locked to volume control.
Note: If you reassign AUDIO to
another device, such as a second TV,
the second TV will always control its
own volume.
Unlocking Volume Control:
1. Press and hold a device mode
key (TV, AUDIO, DVD/VCR, or
Cable) corresponding to the
device currently locked to the
volume controls for at least six
seconds. The LED for each
device key lights up, then the key
for the device you selected
remains on.
2. Press Volume -.
The device key’s LED blinks three
times, indicating it has unlocked the
volume control for all devices.
REASSIGNING DEVICE KEYS
Each device key accesses a specific
type of device (for example, the DVD/
VCR key can only be programmed to
control a DVD player, VCR, DVR, or
HTIB system). This makes it easier to
search for a code if your devices code
does not appear on the list provided.
Your new remote allows you to change
the type of device that may be
assigned to a device key. That way, if
you have two TVs, for example, you
can control them both by changing the
type of device the DVD/VCR or AUDIO
key controls.
1. Press and hold the device mode
key (TV, AUDIO, DVD/VCR, or
Cable) corresponding to the type
of device you want the
reassigned key to control (for
example, TV) for at least six
seconds. The LED for each
device key lights up, then the key
for the device you selected
remains on.
2. Enter 9 9 2.
3. Press the device mode key you
want to reassign (for example,
AUDIO). That mode key’s LED
blinks three times and turns off,
indicating that it has been
reassigned.
The reassigned key automatically uses
the same device code as the key you
selected in Step 1. If your second
device uses a different code, you may
program it for the new code. See
“Programming Device Control”.
Note: You may not reassign the Cable
device key to another type of device.
Assigning a Key back to Its Original
Device Type:
1. Press and hold the device mode
key (TV, AUDIO, DVD/VCR, or
Cable) you want to reset to its
original type (for example,
AUDIO) for at least six seconds.
The LED for each device key
lights up, then the key for the
device you selected remains on.
2. Enter 9 9 2. The mode key’s LED
blinks three times and turns off.
3. Press the device mode key you
selected in Step 1 again. The
mode key’s LED blinks three
times and turns off.
4. Program the restored mode key
to control a device. See
“Programming Device Control.
TROUBLESHOOTING
If you have trouble with your remote,
try the following steps in order.
My remote is not responding
Review the information in
“Using Your Remote”to make
sure that the key you pressed is
active for the device you are
controlling.
Make sure you are controlling
the device you think you are. See
“Using Your Remote”for more
information on choosing a
device to control.
Make sure your batteries are
good. If battery power is low,
your remote enters a “Low
Battery Condition” to conserve
battery power for retaining your
settings. See “Installing
Batteriesfor more information
on changing the batteries.
Reset all settings:
Press and hold a device
mode key (TV, AUDIO, DVD/
VCR, or Cable) or at least
six seconds. The LED for
each device key lights up,
then the key for the device
you selected remains on.
•Enter 9 8 1.
The LED blinks twice to indicate
that your remote is returned to
its factory settings. You will need
to reset all device code settings.
See “Programming Device
Control”.
ADDITIONAL INFORMATION
The Motorola DRC800 does not have
any user-serviceable parts. Opening
the case, except for the battery cover,
may cause permanent damage to your
Motorola remote control.
No part of this publication may be
reproduced, transmitted, transcribed,
stored in any retrieval system, or
translated to any language, in any
form, or by any means, electronic,
mechanical, optical, manual, or
otherwise, without the prior written
permission of Motorola.
MOTOROLA and the stylized M logo
are registered trademarks in the US
Patent and Trademark Office. All other
product and service names are the
property of their respective owners.
Copyright Motorola, Inc. 2003.
M1072 11/03
This product uses technologies
licensed under one or more of the
following U.S. patents:
6,587,067
6,195,033
6,496,135
Press this
Key
To
Turn the selected
device ON or OFF
Audio, DVD/VCR,
TV, Cable
Select a device
Direct access to Video
On Demand (VOD),
where available
Direct access to Pay Per
View (PPV)
programming (where
available)
REW Rewind VCR, DVD,
VOD , DVR, or HTIB
PLAY Play VCR, DVD, VOD ,
DVR, or HTIB
FFWD Fast Forward VCR,
DVD, VOD , DVR, or
HTIB
RECORD Record to VCR or DVR
PAUSE Pause VCR, DVD, VOD
or DVR
STOP Stop VCR, DVD, VOD
or DVR
Replay the previous
few seconds of a
program (only
available with DVR
models)
Display a list of
programs that you
recorded. This will
allow you to select one
for viewing (only
available with DVR
models)
Displays live television
programming (only
available with DVR
models)
Mute current audio
feed
Jump among pre-
selected favorite
channels (only
available in CABLE
mode)
Note: Favorite
channels must be pre-
selected through the
Electronic
Programming Guide
before this key works.
Display the help screen
(only available in
CABLE mode)
Return to last selected
channel
VOL +/- Increase or decrease
volume
CH +/- Select the next or
previous channel
Move up or down
through menu screens
or the Electronic
Program Guide
Exit any On-Screen
Display (OSD) and
return to regular
viewing
Display channel and
program information
Access the cable guide
Access any OSD for the
currently selected
device
!
Move up through any
OSD or cable guide
menu
"
Move down through
any OSD or cable guide
menu
#
Move left through any
OSD or cable guide
menu
$
Move right through any
OSD or cable guide
menu
Select the currently
highlighted OSD menu
or cable guide choice
View the previous or
next day’s cable guide
These functions are set
by your cable provider
Press this
Key
To…
These functions are set
by your cable provider
These functions are set
by your cable provider
Enter a channel or
device code number. To
access channels lower
than 100, you may
need to enter 3 digits.
For example, to access
channel 2, press 0-0-2.
For channel 22, press
0-2-2.
Input Select the video source
Aspect Change the viewing
aspect (if available)
PIP ON/OFF Tur n Pictu re -in -
Picture (PIP) on or off
(if available)
PIP SWAP Swap the PIP signal to
the main display (if
available)
PIP Move Move the position of
the PIP display
PIP CH +/- Select the next or
previous channel in the
PIP display (the main
display does not
change)
This device
key…
Controls this type of
device…
TV TV
DVD/VCR DVD, VCR, DVR,
HTIB, TV/VCR,
TV/VCR/DVD,
and TV/DVD
Cable Cable box only
Audio Amplifier, Tuner
Press this
Key
To

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