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Strange TSU7000 Problem...
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Post 1 made on Wednesday April 20, 2005 at 22:13
cmwood
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I'm probably missing something really easy here...but this has been making me crazy for about a week now. I just got my new remote and have been working on my PCF file. (I should say "copying" some of the cool files available on this site -- then modifying it to fit my needs).

I'm running the latest firmware and have the latest editing software...so that should be an issue...user error is probably the problem here!!!

OK -- so I copyied a complete PCF file and modified all the devices to match mine (what I mean is delete all their "learned" remote codes under their hidden devices and re-learn all my remote codes into the relevant buttons).

I then create links to these buttons to power on/off, etc. -- but nothing works?? I've tried learning codes from my remotes directly to my Home Page buttons and still nothing (instead of linking to the hidden device IRCODES page(s) I use.

I'm new to the TSU7000 -- however -- this method worked well w/my old Marantz RC5000i -- obviously there is something "simple" (I hope) that I'm missing here. I haven't been able to find out what that is by searching the forum or reading the manual yet.

Any help/advice would be appreciate!!

Thanks!
Post 2 made on Wednesday April 20, 2005 at 22:18
Lyndel McGee
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Ensure that in your configuration, you are set to use IR (Infrared) versus RF (Radio Frequency). There should be a setting on each device as well as on System Properties.

Lyndel
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Post 3 made on Wednesday April 20, 2005 at 22:19
ddarche
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Test your codes directly from the page you learned them into, not the Links.

Possibility- make sure the codes pages you learned into are not setup for RF?

Last tab on the Device Properties page for the Device where your codes are.

Dave D'Arche
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OP | Post 4 made on Thursday April 21, 2005 at 07:23
cmwood
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Thanks guys I appreciate the advice!! I'll check this out when I get home -- It has to be something obvious/silly like this (since I copied someone elses config -- I guess this makes sense -- they probably were set up for RF!)

I'll keep you updated...
OP | Post 5 made on Thursday April 21, 2005 at 09:28
cmwood
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That is definitely what got me guys :) -- sorry for the "stupid" question -- I just looked at the PCF I copied and you guys nailed it -- all devices were set for RF -- well I learned something new -- this remote rocks and has a lot more flexibility than my other RC5000i's (where RF was not an options)

Cheers!


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