How to Program Synergy Remote Control

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A Synergy remote control is a universal remote system. This versatile remote control system can be used to operate as many as five electronic devices. The devices you can control with the Synergy remote control include a DVR, audio/video receivers, CD players, amplifiers, a DVD player, a TV and a VCR.

Things You'll Need

  • Audio/video components
  • Remote
  • Turn on the input you want to program. The appropriate device must be on so you can determine whether the remote is using the appropriate codes and is functional. Each device must be programmed one at a time, and you can go in any order in programming the remote's devices as long as you can turn on each device.

  • Press the "OK" and mute button simultaneously and hold until the remote signals that it is ready to be programmed. The power (mode) button will blink when the remote is ready. This indicates the remote is ready for you to set the appropriate code for the component you are programming.

  • Enter the three-digit brand code for the device. This code is listed in your Synergy book. Once you have entered the appropriate code, press the "Mute" button. This will set the code so you can test it to determine if it is correct. Pressing the "Mute" button should turn the component you are programming off. If it does not, you will need to repeat the process.

  • Press the "OK" button if your device turns off. This will lock the code in for that component and you will be able to use the remote to control that particular piece of equipment. You can then proceed to repeat these steps for each of the five pieces of equipment you want to control with your Synergy remote.

  • Choose appropriate manufacturer's name or allow the remote to cycle through the codes if the three-digit code does not work. This can be done using the up/down buttons. Test each code/manufacturer by pressing the "Mute" button. When you find a code that turns off your device using this method, simply press the "OK" button to lock it in.

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