X10 Wireless Technology IR34A User Manual

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Using the Wizard

After you insert the batteries and choose
“English” the Setup Wizard screen (1)
appears. You can exit the Wizard at any
time by pressing the HOME key (located
just below the screen). Press any key
at screen (1) to continue and follow the
instructions on the screens.

Pressing OK at screen (2) takes you to
the next screen (3). Pressing the Left
navigation key (Back key) on the remote
at screen (3) takes you to screen (4) that
has 10 yellow arrows. This is an exception
to the rule because we’re teaching you
how to use the remote. But pressing Back
again at this point does take you “back.”

Try pressing the Back key a few times
to go back through the Wizard and then
follow the instructions on the screens
again to familiarize yourself with how to
step through the screens and go back. You
can go back and forth through the Wizard
but once you’ve set up your devices and
quit to save the settings, you won’t see
the Wizard again unless you do a Master

To do a Master Reset: Press the HOME
key, Setup, More, Advanced, Clear
, More, and then Master Clear.
Note: This will erase everything you have
set up in the remote.





Pressing any of the 10 Side
Keys (K1 thru K10) at screen
(4) takes you to the screen
where you set up your fi rst
device (TV). See next page.












Battery Installation

On the back of the remote, push down
on the tab and lift the cover off.

Match the batteries to the + and -
marks inside the battery case, then
insert 3 AA Alkaline batteries. Make
sure you use new batteries. You can
have problems with learning codes
if your batteries are old.

Press the battery cover back into

Battery Saver

Your remote automatically turns off if the keys are depressed
for more than 30 seconds. This will save your batteries should
your remote get stuck in a place where the keys remain
depressed (e.g., between the sofa cushions). Also, the screen
turns off a short time after no keys have been pressed for
a while (or a short time after a key has been stuck for 30
seconds). The duration before the screen turns off can be
adjusted from about 2 seconds to about 120 seconds from the
Setup, Advanced, and Options menu (see page 43).

Permanent Memory

All the devices you set up, their codes, punchthrough settings,
and all your favorites, etc., are stored in permanent memory
while you are changing batteries so you will not lose any
codes or settings stored in the remote while you are changing

After you insert the batteries you’ll see a screen asking you to
choose your language (English, Spanish, or French (Canadian).
Let’s assume you choose English; proceed to page 9.