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RM-LJ304 Remote STR-DE945 Receiver
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Post 1 made on Tuesday October 12, 2004 at 16:14
Patrick Gillette
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I posted something similiar in the Changing AV1 to AV2 thread

I have no option for "Command Mode". WTF? I can't use my Harmony 680 to change my sound fields now? That's some serious BS.
Post 2 made on Tuesday October 12, 2004 at 16:27
Ron Aronson
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Read that thread again that you posted in by mistake. It's there.

Here's a hint: Use find and search for 945. It will come up 3 times.
OP | Post 3 made on Tuesday October 12, 2004 at 16:44
Patrick Gillette
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Here's the directions

On the RM-LP211 remote (furnished with the STR-DA4ES and STR-DB1080 receiver) the RM-LJ304 remote (furnished with the STR-DE945 receiver) and the RM-LJ305 remote (furnished with the STR-DA3ES and STR-DA5ES receivers):
1. Press RM Set Up
2. Move the easy scroll key to select ďCommand ModeĒ, then press the key to enter the selection
3. (RM-LP211 only) Move the easy scroll key to select ďMain RoomĒ, then press the key to enter the selection
4. Move the easy scroll key to select ďAV System 1Ē or ďAV System 2Ē, then press the key to enter the selection

I saw the directions no problem. (didn't see the part on not posting questions, sorry)

When I press SET UP on the remote and scroll through the options I get:

IR SET
LEARNING
DOWNLOAD
AUTO POWER
BACK LIGHT
CONTRAST
ALL CLEAR

There's no option for COMMAND MODE

Am I missing something? Do you have the RM-LJ304? Do you get something different?
Post 4 made on Tuesday October 12, 2004 at 17:08
Ron Aronson
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My instructions were taken from page 21 of the manual for the RM-LJ304. A few words were not the same, so I have changed them, but the basic instructions should have worked. As far as I can find, there are no instructions in the manual for the receiver for changing the command mode; they are only in the manual for the remote.

It looks like Command Mode should be on the screen between Contrast and All Clear. I donít know why it isnít, but I donít have either your receiver or remote; I just copy the instructions from the manuals as best I can.

If you donít have the manual, you can get it here. Maybe you can find something in there to help. [Link: 129.33.22.12]

If you still canít get it to work, I suggest you post your problem in this forum [Link: agoraquest.com] where they are more familiar with these receiver remotes.

If you get a good solution to your problem, either by yourself or from the other forum, please let us know here so I can change my thread, if necessary.

I didnít see this thread when I replied to the post in the forum. I have changed my reply. Donít worry about it, and anyway it put the thread up at the top of the forum again.
OP | Post 5 made on Tuesday October 12, 2004 at 17:12
Patrick Gillette
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In the manual for changing from AV1 to AV2 it gives those instructions, but for some reason I don't get the COMMAND MODE option for my remote.

Thanks for the link to Agoraquest, I'll try there.
OP | Post 6 made on Tuesday October 12, 2004 at 23:31
Patrick Gillette
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GOT IT! After learning the code, you have to hold the button about 1 second longer on the 680.


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