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Hello, I have been using this remote control as a keyboard, mouse and IR commander with my Android TV Box with no problems for a while. (http://ipazzport.com/manual/KP-810-19R%E8%8B%B1%E6%96%87.pdf) In the infra-red commander, I managed to set a code that worked fine with my Android TV box, after configuring some files on it. The problem was that not every key was working, so I tried to type some undocumented codes in it (2000, 1999, 1998, 2222 ...) to see what happened. The result was that the IR stopped working. The commander is working, as the red light on goes on when you press a key but the IR LED is not going on anymore. I watched the IR LED with a camera, but no success. It is always off. I wonder if there is a way to get IR working back. QWERTY keyboard and mouse are working fine, by the way.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Be sure that your TV is set to channel 3 or 4 if you are using the RF cable or Video 1, etc if using the Audio/Video cable. The Installation Guide should appear. The "improved" picture that you are seeing is simply the analog throughput, not the digital conversion.
Posted on Jan 17, 2009
If you have tried locating your tv type in the back of the manual that came with the receiver and can not locate it then chances are that the remote does not ssupport your TV. You can try finding the code by doing a power scan as follows to see if one not associated with your tv will work: With the TV on press and hold the TV button on the top left of the remote until all buttons light up across the top. Now preess the small red tv button-the topTV button on the left of the remote should stay lit. Now press the channel up button slowly until the tv shuts off. If it does press the channel down button and then the channel up button. The tv should now turn on. If it has press the pound sign and release. The tv button will flash three times. Now try powering the tv on and off. You should be sucessful. Remember to put the remote back into SATmode. Thanks for using Fix Ya. Let me know if you need further assistance.
Posted on Jan 28, 2009
I MAY have a solution!! We too have the VIP722 Dish Network receiver. Ours is the "K" model. I called the place where we purchased the TV and they said that the "brightness" on the TV may need to be turned down. He walked me through this, and it worked. The remote WORKS now!! Our TV is a 40" Sony Bravia that we purchased a couple of months ago. Evidently at night, the TV was so bright in the room, it interfered with the Infared Remote control. By turning down "off" brightness detector on the TV, the IR remote was able to send the signal to the receiver. Our TV is on a cabinet and the receiver is directly underneath on a shelf. I hope this solves your problem and anyone else's that may have this problem with the remote.
Posted on Mar 18, 2009
If your remote RF was working when new, works correctly when it is pointed directly at the RF command center, but not from a different location, I suggest you check for CFL (compact fluorescent lights).
It is a know issue that certain CFL bulbs produce RF frequencies that may interfere with remote controls.
Also from the owner's manual.......
Optimizing IR/RF Command Center Reception
Here are some adjustment tips for optimizing the operation of your
IR/RF Command Center:
• Aim the URC-9910 remote control toward the room where the
IR/RF Command Center is located.
• Do not position the IR/RF Command Center near metal objects,
such as heat ducts.Metal can absorb RF signals.
• Make sure the batteries in the URC-9910 remote control are fully
charged.Try replacing them if you are not sure (see Installing
Batteries on page 4).Weak batteries will affect the single range.
• Make sure that the URC-9910 remote control is not being affected
by other RF transmissions (e.g., garage door openers, cordless
NOTE: The tests for range limits of the URC-9910 remote control and the
IR/RF Command Center were conducted in open-air distance tests.Actual
signal distance will be based on the construction of the building the unit is
being used in, as well as other factors, such as outside interference.
Also as suggested, you may have to move the RF command center to another location.
If all else fails, your command center may be faulty, and have to be repaired or replaced.
An auction site may be the only replacement option for this discontinued remote.
Best wishes, Greg
Posted on Sep 03, 2009
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