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2116 (un)official manual ?
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Post 46 made on Saturday October 9, 2004 at 19:27
edmund
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Nope, the 2116 doesn't have a onkyo code on board, funny radio shack is now selling onkyo receivers. You only alternatives, is to teach or jp1.
Post 47 made on Thursday January 6, 2005 at 20:54
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Just replaced my 1994 with a 15-2116. All works fine except my Amplifier. I have a JVC RX-8000V and used code 0331. Nothing works with this code and even tried doing a code search function. 0331 took successfully, but even the LED doesn't light up when I press power. Any suggestions?
Post 48 made on Thursday January 6, 2005 at 21:58
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Amp/0331 is in the 15-2116 but the POWER button is not defined. You can program any missing buttons using advanced codes, but I don't recall if the POWER button itself is programmable (without JP1).
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Post 49 made on Friday January 7, 2005 at 01:22
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Nope, the power key on the 2116 is unprogrammable without JP1.
Post 50 made on Friday January 7, 2005 at 10:12
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With 0331 set-up for my Amp, no IR signal is sent for any function (including PWR) - and can't find a code to control my JVC Amp.....but all other codes work fine for the other devices. Was just checking to see if anyone else has run into this type of problem and/or whether I might have a defective (new) remote.
Post 51 made on Friday January 7, 2005 at 10:19
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Make sure your AMP button is set up to be an AMP.

If all else fails, and you don't have TOO many keymoves or macros entered, you could try a reset and see if it works.
Jim
Post 52 made on Friday January 7, 2005 at 12:34
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I just compared the 15-1994 and 15-2116 versions of the AMP/0331 code, button for button.

The following buttons all use the same codes (in each version):
VOL+
VOL-
MUTE
ARROW UP
ARROW DOWN

The codes on the numeric buttons were all moved up by one when they programmed the 15-2116 (ie, the '1' button on the 15-1994 has the same code as the '2' button on the 15-2116.

The SURROUND button on the 15-1994 is the SELECT button on the 15-2116, and the MENU button was dropped completely. The POWER button isn't defined in either remote.

The advanced codes for the 2 dropped buttons are:
072 SELECT
139 MENU

Here are all the advanced codes for AMP/0331:

EFC Function
024 Input: 0
059 Input: 1
171 Input: 2
182 Input: 3
026 Input: 4
166 Input: 5
022 Input: 6
164 Input: 7
020 Input: 8
170 Input: 9

230 vol up
234 vol down
228 mute

078 Arrow UP
082 Arrow DOWN
101 SURROUND
139 MENU
072 SELECT
Rob.
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Post 53 made on Friday January 7, 2005 at 13:31
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Most jvc receivers use code RCVR 0074, Rob, how does code 0074 compare to code 0331?
Post 54 made on Friday January 7, 2005 at 13:46
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On 01/07/05 13:31 ET, edmund said...
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does code 0074 compare to code 0331?

You mean aside from the minor detail that the 15-2116 doesn't have Tuner/0074?

On the 15-1994 Tuner/0074 and AMP/0331 difer on almost every key. A few functions are the same. But the Vol+, Vol- and Mute functions are different, which for an audio device is a serious difference.

If 0074 is right but missing you can get its EFC's from the Devices4 spreadsheet and use tham as KeyMoves in 0331.

This message was edited by johnsfine on 01/07/05 13:56 ET.
Post 55 made on Friday January 7, 2005 at 14:35
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The 0074 codes worked fine in my 15-1994 - but like you said, it isn't available in the 2116. Great idea - will try doing the keymoves into 0331. Still can't turn the pwr on and off, but that's minor. It did pick up the Vol +/- and Mute from Learning, so am almost there. Thanks a lot for the help - it's always these little things that make it frustrating and really thought the 2116 was going to do all of the devices.
Post 56 made on Friday January 7, 2005 at 15:00
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As an FYI, just called Univ Elec. The tech there was also surprised that the 2116 didn't have 0074 as it covered almost all of the legacy JVC's. She said best to upgrade to the 2133/38 (which doesn't have 0074 either) and they could download it over the phone. Guess I should have done due diligence before buying the 2116. You may want to let other JVC members to be aware of this issue.
Post 57 made on Friday January 7, 2005 at 17:15
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This still doesn't explain why AMP/0331 works with your 15-1994 and not with your 15-2116. Which buttons are you using to test the code with the 15-2116? If you're just using the volume buttons, is it possible that you have the volume locked to another device?

Before you start trading the remote in for one of those expensive Kameleon models that the c/s rep referred you to, you might want to consider just getting yourself a JP1 cable, which would let you create an upgrade that includes all the buttons that you want it to include, including POWER.
Rob.
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Post 58 made on Saturday January 8, 2005 at 16:27
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Rob ~ I used AMP/0074 (JVC) in my 1994. The 2116 doesn't have 0074 in it, which surprised even the c/s rep......and her only suggestion was to move up to the Kameleon models (which doesn't have 0074 either) to download it. She even mentioned that she's never heard of the 0331 code that's being used for JVC in these newer models.

I agree - will probaly get the JP1 cable - to ensure I don't have to go through this again as I upgrade my equipment.
Post 59 made on Saturday January 8, 2005 at 22:01
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On 01/08/05 16:27 ET, Bruce said...
Rob ~ I used AMP/0074 (JVC) in my 1994.

I wish you'd made that clear in your first post, which certainly gives the impression that you used AMP/0331, as I spent quite a bit of time tabulating the 0331 code from both remotes to see how it differed. If I'd known that AMP/0074 was the right code for you, it would have been alot easier to help you.
Rob.
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Post 60 made on Monday January 10, 2005 at 13:10
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Rob ~ I really apologize for not being clearer in my first post - as I know your time is valuable and you've been extremely helpful to all. Guess I was frustrated with this newer 2116 and typed before I thought. I'll be more careful in the future, and plan on getting the JP1 cable to take care of this. Again, thanks.
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