This receiver features UHF remote, C/Ku compatible, digital stereo sound on videocipher channels, built-in TI filter, easy to update satellite tables, 99 favorite channel memory, 1 year/10 event timer, parental lockout, on-screen displays, voltage switchable LNBF and quartz PLL locked video and audio frequencies.
LEGEND Blue = Buttons on Remote or Receiver
Blue = Buttons on Remote or Receiver
1. Go to a satellite that is near to the satellite to be programmed.
2. Select a channel that is active on the satellite to be programmed and on the satellite that you are starting from.
3. Go into Program Mode: Move the switch located on the back of the receiver to the right for Program mode, it is on the top-right side. *Caution-There is another switch beside this button that controls the remote control. Be sure not to move this switch.
4. The screen will display "Program Mode" on the top of the screen.
5. There are two ways to select the satellite to be programmed.
6. [a] To select a specific satellite: Press SAT and it will display "Satellite ?" on the screen. Press the letter and then the number of the satellite to be programmed. Select an active channel to program on. Go to step 7.
or [b] To scroll through a pre-stored list of satellites: Press SAT twice and the screen will display Figure 1. Press up or down to scroll through the satellites. After finding the name to use, press SAT to select the satellite to be programmed. Select an active channel to program on. Go to step 7.
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USE SAT THEN UP/DOWN
7. Start tapping STEP UP (usually east) or STEP DOWN (usually west) until a picture comes in.
8. Verify that the picture is the correct satellite. If it is not, then continue moving until a different picture appears. **possible problem** You are picking up the wrong polarity. What to do: While in program mode and with the satellite selected, press SKEW twice to reverse the format or return to step 6 and use a different name. If you press SKEW then wait until the writing goes off the screen and then continue moving.
9. If you are on the correct satellite then the programming for that satellite is done. It is not necessary to press enter or store to save the settings. The settings are automatically saved as they are changed.
10. Move the switch on the back of the receiver to the Run Mode.
11. Verify that it stored the satellite correctly.
1. There does not seem to be a way to erase a satellite.
2. You can use the Erase Partial Memory to erase limits and all satellites.
1. Go to the channel that is to be locked or unlocked.
2. Press PS until the arrow is pointing at LOCK or UNLOCK Channel, depending on how the channel is currently set.
3. Enter the 4-digit password to execute the function. If a password is not known then you may try entering 0000. This is the factory-preset password.
4. When the channel is "locked" it will be skipped if using Step Up/Down to change channels. If you select the channel directly it will have no audio or video.
1. Press MODE to select Mono, Discreet Stereo, or VC Stereo. To adjust the Mono frequency, use the Step Up/Down arrows or direct-enter to get the frequency desired.
2. To change the Bandwidth, press BW to select Narrow or Wide.
3. Changes are automatically stored.
1. Press SAT then the letter and then the number and it will move to the satellite. SKEW, MODE, B/W and FINE are used as satellite names also.
1. Press SAT, then Step Up or Step Down to scroll through the names.
2. When the desired name is displayed beside "To:", press SAT within 5 seconds and it will move to the satellite.