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[Solucionado] como puedo programar un control remoto fta

07/11/2009 04:04AM
No tengo el instructivo para programar un control remoto "mayortec" para fta. es para que funcione un recibidor satelital captive works (cw600s) espero me puedan ayudar de alguna manera . gracias
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07/11/2009 04:13AM
hola buenas noches

te dejo este link inscribete y bajalo suerte

http://www.ftabins.net/showthread.php?t=2848

http://currentbins.com/captiveworks/
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07/11/2009 04:22AM
hola te anexo un link favorito de toda la raza de norte america

http://www.dsstester.com/search.php?query=service+manual+cw600s+

http://www.captiveworks.com/downloads.php

http://forums.dsstester.com/vbb/showthread.php?t=45965


THE USER MANUAL OF THE REMOTE CONTROL
CW-600S Premium

The remote control is used for the component of America. It can control four different kinds of component TV, VCR, AUX, STB. Except STB part is march with our STB others can be used for controlling different installations. Now the Flowing is the operate mode.

Follow the step 1 and 2 below for each component you plan to use with the Commander.
Step1: Entering the Code Number
1 See the supplied “Component Code numbers”, and find the three-digit code number for the desired component. If more than one code number is listed, use the number that’s listed first to complete the steps below. For example, if you‘re setting up a Philips’ VCR, you would use the code number 035. If your component isn’t listed, see “Searching for the Correct Code”.
2 While pressing the SET button, press the POWER button.
3 Press the button of the component that you want to set up.
4 Enter the component’s code number. For example, if you’re entering the code for a Philips VCR, you would press 035
5 Press and release the EXIT button to store the code number in the Commander’s memory.
6 Go to “Step 2: Checking if the Code. Number Works” to finish setting up.

Step 2: Checking if the Code Number Works
1 Power on the component you want to set up.
2 Aim the Remote Commander at the component and press a button to check if that button works. For example, press the POWER button to see if it works on your component.
3 Check that the other buttons of the Commander is operating the corresponding functions of the component. You can write down the code number on the label inside the battery compartment lid.
If the Commander doesn’t seem to be working,
? First, try repeating these setup procedures using the other codes listed for your component ( see the supplied “Component Code Numbers”).
? If after trying all the codes listed for your component?you still cannot get the commander to work properly, try the search method described in “Searching for the Correct Code.”


Searching for the Correct Code
If you‘ve tried all the code numbers listed for your component and you still cannot get the Commander to work (or if your component is not listed in the “Component Code Numbers” tables), try these steps.
1 Power on the component you want to set up. Insert a tape or disc if necessary.
2 While pressing the SET button, press the POWER button.
3 Press the button of the component on the Commander that you want to set up.
4 Press the release the PAGE+ button. Then press and release the POWER button.
5 Repeat step 4 until the correct code number is found. Each time you press the PAGE+ button and then the POWER button, a new code number will be transmitted. Keep trying until your component operates by receiving the transmitted signal from the commander (e.g., the power turns off, the PAGE+ function works, playback starts, etc.) Be patient as you do this, it may take about 100 tries until the correct code number is located.
6 When the correct code is found, press the EXIT button to store the code number in the Commander’s memory.
7 Check that the Commander is operating the other functions of your component by
Controlling the Volume of Video Components
Connected to an Audio System
The Commander is factory preset based on the assumption that you hear the sound of your video components from your TV’s speakers, and that you hear the sound of your audio components from the loudspeakers connected to your receiver (or amplifier).
Factory Setting:
Button Controls the volume of TV, VCR, CBL/ SAT*, DVD* TV
RCVR Receiver (or amplifier)
CD*, AUX* Receiver (or amplifier) on the RCVR button.
If you assign an audio component on the CBL/SAT, CD, AUX or DVD button, you can control the volume of the receiver (or amplifier) on the RCVR button. If you assign video components on these buttons, you can control the volume of the TV. Thus you can control the volume of your TV or receiver (or amplifier) while operating a video or audio component without first having to press the TV or RCVR button. For example, to control the volume for your VCR channels, you don’t need to press the TV button first. However, if your video components are connected to an audio system, you probably hear your TV’s or VCR’s sound from the loudspeakers connected to your receiver (or amplifier), not from your TV speakers. In this case, you need to change the factory setting so that you can control the volume of your video components without first having to switch to the receiver (or amplifier). To change the factory setting for the volume control, follow the procedures below.
Note
This feature is effective only when a receiver or amplifier is set up on the RCVR button.
You cannot control the volume of a receiver (or amplifier) set up on CBL/SAT, CD, AUX or DVD button while operating a component of another button.