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2116 (un)official manual ?
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Post 1 made on Friday November 15, 2002 at 13:07
arjunrc
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Hi,
While browsing through [Link: hifi-remote.com], I noticed there is no version for the 2116 yet. Is one planned soon ?

Also, does the concept of assigning advanced codes to any key via Magic-9-9-? also valid for 2116 ?

regds
arjun
Post 2 made on Friday November 15, 2002 at 13:28
edmund
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On 11/15/02 13:07.55, arjunrc said...
Also, does the concept of assigning advanced codes
to any key via Magic-9-9-? also valid for 2116
?

No, very different, check this thread;

[Link: remotecentral.com]
Post 3 made on Friday November 15, 2002 at 21:24
The Robman
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Here are the instructions for the 15-2116....

1) Hold SETUP (green P), till screen reads "CODE SET"
2) Scroll down to "KEYMOVER",
3) Press SELECT, screen reads "FROM MODE"
4) Press the device button the code is coming from, screen
reads "FROM KEY"
5) Press SETUP, screen reads "SYNT"
6) Type the 3 digit advanced code
7) Press SELECT, screen reads "TO MODE"
8) Press the device button the code is going to, screen reads "TO KEY"
9) Press the button you are trying to program, screen reads "SUCCESS"

Rob
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Post 4 made on Wednesday February 5, 2003 at 23:06
rollinmojo
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First, I am new to this and really appreciate the work many have put into this forum and the JP1 group. I'm trying to get up to speed on the JP1 programming, as that looks like the way to go in the long run. Until then, I was hoping I could get a little help with advanced code programming.

I just got a 15-2116 and am confused as to which advanced codes to use and how to enter them. I have a Technics SA-EX900 receiver (don't have the original remote) and am trying to program advanced codes to be able to control center and surround speaker volume levels.

I used device code 1308 at initial setup and that appears to work fine for the basic controls.

[Link: hifi-remote.com]

At the above site, I assume the Amp & Receiver code 0308 is the appropriate one to see the applicable advanced codes? If so, can someone provide an example of how to program a button to decrease the surround speaker volume (advanced code 088 on that site)?

Based on Rob's above thread, would I:

1) Hold SETUP (green P), till screen reads "CODE SET"
2) Scroll down to "KEYMOVER",
3) Press SELECT, screen reads "FROM MODE"
4) Press the AUDIO button, screen reads "FROM KEY"
5) Press SETUP, screen reads "SYNT"
6) Type 088 digit advanced code
7) Press SELECT, screen reads "TO MODE"
8) Press the AUDIO button, screen reads "TO KEY"
9) Press the STOP button (or any other available button), screen reads "SUCCESS"?

Sorry for such a long posting...

Steve
Post 5 made on Thursday February 6, 2003 at 00:10
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The majority of codes beginning with 1xxx, don't accept advanced codes. But the 2116 does have AMP0308, so if there are advanced codes for AMP0308, you can lift them from AMP0308 and map to button under RCVR1308. Here's how;

1. hold P,
2. keymover
3. select
4. AMP
5. hit P
6. 0-8-8
7. select
8. RCVR
9. pick a key
10. success

For this to work, you need one device RCVR1308 and another AMP0308. Once you get all the advanced codes you need, you can change AMP0308 into whatever you want.
Post 6 made on Friday February 7, 2003 at 14:33
rollinmojo
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Thank you Edmund! That did the trick and I have a fully functional remote now. :)
Post 7 made on Tuesday August 12, 2003 at 10:48
The Robman
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Seeing as how this thread has in fact become the un-official manual for the 15-2116, 15-2117, URC-8910 and URC-9910 remotes, I figure I might as well document how to do a full Factory Defaults reset here.

The manual supposedly describes how to return to factory defaults, but what it in fact describes is an "OPS RESET", which is the same as a 980 style reset on non-LCD remotes. Here's how you do a 981 style reset...

1) Hold SETUP (green P), till screen reads "CODE SET"
2) Press RECORD
3) Select MFR RESET from the LCD menu.

Rob
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Post 8 made on Tuesday August 12, 2003 at 14:43
Ron Aronson
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You can go here for codes and basic instructions [Link: rcinfo.com]
Edit note: Just noticed this is an older thread, but there still is no manual for the 15-2116 in the Radio Shack site, so the above reference may help

This message was edited by Ron Aronson on 08/12/03 14:48.
Post 9 made on Tuesday August 12, 2003 at 15:42
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Yeah, but the whole point of this thread is to document how to do things that are NOT documented in the 15-2116 manual, such as programming advanced codes and doing an MFR RESET.

Rob
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Post 10 made on Tuesday August 12, 2003 at 15:54
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I was replying to the first two lines of the poster's first thread, and intended my reply as an aid to someone who wanted some basic information. I couldn’t answer his question if one was planned soon, but I furnished a place where someone who misplaced their instruction manual could go if all they needed was programming codes and instructions so they could get their remote working.
Post 11 made on Tuesday August 12, 2003 at 16:54
The Robman
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Just FYI, if you'd like a PDF of the original 15-2116 manual, you can use the one for the 15-2117:

[Link: support.tandy.com]

The only difference is that this manual mentions the RF command center which you won't have.

Rob
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Post 12 made on Tuesday December 16, 2003 at 14:56
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Hello, I have the 15-2117, I cannot clear any buttons, I want to clear the entire remote. Can anyone help? thanks!
Post 13 made on Tuesday December 16, 2003 at 16:21
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On 08/12/03 10:48, The Robman said...
1) Hold SETUP (green P), till screen reads "CODE
SET"
2) Press RECORD
3) Select MFR RESET from the LCD menu.

Rob

B-man, if you followed these directions, the 2117 will be set back to factory default settings. Which is RCA tv, vcr, sat. MOTOROLA cable. PIONEER cd, dvd, audio codes. If you were hoping to free up more memory, forget about.
Post 14 made on Tuesday December 16, 2003 at 17:35
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ok, I must be doing something wrong. to erase all info back to default settings, 1)Hold SetUp button (green P), till screen reads "CODE SET" 2) Press RECORD (where is the RECORD button?) I cannot find this feature or button anywhere! 3) Select MFR RESET from LCD menu....I think Im missing something, cannot find RECORD setting anywhere...PLEASE HELP!..thanks. PS, RS just recommended the following: Hold down the P button until it flashes twice and then type 981. Clears all programming. But not even that worked!
Post 15 made on Tuesday December 16, 2003 at 17:45
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Record button is Red key on the bottom row on the remote.
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