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Universal remotes only work when the correct code is entered into it. Some codes for the same make will work other models, but things are either missing or function differently. You need to find the correct code and try the functions using it. If everything is OK then it should be fine, if not try another code.
However the best remote for the job is the original that came with the equipment. Unless you have paid out a lot of money for a universal remote, you might never get the same responses as an original remote.
When a handset is reading "Searching", it can't communicate with the base. First, check if the base station is plugged into a live outlet. (Try plugging the base into a different outlet or making sure that the circuit breaker hasn't popped. I had a cordless phone base plugged into a UPS. During an extended power outage, the UPS was turned off. The phone didn't work until someone noticed and turned the UPS back on.) Move closer to the base station.
If this was an extra handset purchased later, make sure it is compatible with the base station. The Uniden DWX207 works with the DECT1500, DECT2000 and DECT3000 series bases. Register the handset with the base. The registration procedure depends on the base station. If the base unit has an LCD screen, with the phone in standby, press Menu/Select and press the down arrow to reach "Register Handset". Then press Menu Select again. (If the base doesn't have an LCD screen, unplug the power cord. Then hold the Find HS or Find button as you reconnect the power cord until the Charge/In Use light starts to blink.) Then press the # key on the handset before the registration period ends.
Make sure that you haven't exceeded the number of handsets for your base. You may need to de-register all handsets and then re-register them.
If no handsets will pair with the base, replace the base unit. The transmitter or the receiver aren't communicating properly with the handsets.
Try to rule the set out with a DVD etc connected directly to the set. Also if using a box of some type to the receiver--unplug it and the receiver and power back to let them reboot---short of that most shops can check for a small or no fee the receiver to see if it is the issue.
1. Make sure it's connect to "Audio Out" on your DirecTV box.
2. Yes, the blue light should be on while unit is on an received a signal.
3. Check a second set of audio cables, just to be sure.
4. Toggle the Auto On/Off button on the ZVOX remote.
5. Make sure you've turned up the volume via the ZVOX remote.
If all these fail, contact us at zvoxaudio.com.