How to Program a Cisco AT6400 Remote

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The Cisco Scientific Atlanta AT6400 universal remote control has two programming modes. Users can enter the remote codes directly using the numeric keypad on the remote, or they can cycle through a list of codes. The remote is capable of controlling up to four devices, but the user must program the remote with the correct code for each device before he can use it.

With Codes

  • Locate the remote programming codes for your device in the AT6400 manual.

  • Turn on the device you want to use with the AT6400.

  • Press and hold the button for that type of device on the remote, then press and hold the "OK" button.

  • Release the buttons and wait for the device key to blink twice.

  • Type in the four-digit code using the number pad. The device key blinks three times to indicate the code is accepted. If it turns on steadily for several seconds, the remote didn't accept the code and you must start over.

  • Point the remote at the device and press the "POWER" button on the remote. If the device turns off, the code is correct. If not, try another code. If none of the codes for your device manufacturer work, proceed to Section 2.

With Code Search

  • Turn on the device you want to use with the AT6400.

  • Press and hold the button for that type of device on the remote, then press and hold the "OK" button.

  • Release the buttons and wait for the device key to blink twice.

  • Type the code "922." Press the "PLAY" button. TVs and DVD players do not require any extra codes.

  • Enter "1" for VCRs, "2" for receivers or tuners, "3" for amplifiers, and "4" for home-theater-in-a-box systems. Press the "PLAY" button and see if the device powers off.

  • Press "FAST FORWARD" or "REWIND" if the device is unresponsive. The remote cycles to the next code. Press "PLAY" again to test it. When the device turns off, confirm by pressing "POWER." If the device turns back on, the right code was found. If not, continue cycling through the codes.

  • Press the "ENTER" key to save the code once the correct code is located.

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