10-08-2012 6:21 AM
10-08-2012 8:47 AM
Thanks for the reply
I was able to program the remote to operate the receiver by using the 4018 code and I checked various other codes and they all seemed to turn on and off the receiver but I was not able to volume up or down with any of the of the codes that did work. Any other ideas?
10-08-2012 8:59 AM
10-08-2012 10:30 AM
With my cable company remote I was able to power off/on and control the volume when it was programmed to the aux button. I didn't have to do anything but turn on the tv with the power button, push the aux. button and start watching an action flick in surround sound. Then when I was finished I'd push the tv button on the remote and the volume would be supplied by the tv.
What I was questioning can I do this with the remote supplied by AT&T?
10-08-2012 10:57 AM
10-10-2012 4:28 AM
Ok! lets I go with the Logitech 600. You say that I can control on & off, volume, and channel selection in the tv mode. I can control on & off and volume control in the aux mode. But will I be able to use the guide function and the menu function to set dvr shows?
10-10-2012 5:04 AM
10-17-2012 8:56 AM
Came accoss a fix that I was wondering about. After I programmed the tv code I found a code for my receiver by using the fast forward button. Then found this about "setting up volume control for the devive selected".
1. Press and hold AT&T key on the remote
2. Without releasing the AT&T key, press and hold the OK button
3. Release both keys and all the mode kets will flash
4. Enter 955 code and the AT&T will flash twiceindicating a correct entry
5. Press the enter key
Now you'll be able to controll on/off and volume of the l tv, dvd, and aux (surround sound receiver)
10-17-2012 9:39 AM
10-18-2012 4:20 AM
I don't , understand.
The way I have my remote programmed is:
I can power on/off and volume control the tv with power/ tv button.
I can power on/off and volume control the surround sound receiver with power/ aux button.
I can power on/off the stb by pushing the power/ AT&T button.
Isn't that the original question that I asked?
10-18-2012 4:52 AM
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