appliance, reacts. - If you notice the reaction of
your appliance too late and the next code has
already been emitted you can go back by
pressing SET and then ON/OFF again. If your
appliance has switched itself off you must
switch it back on again, e.g. on the appliance
or with the original remote control, to continue
searching. - When your appliance reacts you
can also try out other buttons without
interrupting the search. If some buttons do not
work properly, simply continue searching with
6. When your appliance reacts correctly,
press the appliance button e.g. TV and end the
search. The lamp (LED) goes out.
- The search stops after approx. 30 seconds of
Automatic code search
Your remote control finds the correct settings
almost automatically in seconds:
1. Switch on the appliance to be controlled so
that you can watch a TV program.
2. To start the code search, press the SET
button, and then additionally the appliance
button e.g. TV or DVB,for more than 3
seconds until the Power-key lamp (LED) starts
3. Then point the remote control at the
appliance to be controlled while the remote
control emits a different ON/OFF signal every
4. When your appliance reacts, press any
button, except SET, to end the search. – If you
ended the search too late, continue to search
using the Manual Code Search (see above).
5. Finally, test the control code setting by
trying to control your appliance. If it does not
work correctly, please try the code search
again. The code search then begins with the
next code in the sequence. - Remember to
switch your appliance back on again if you
wish to continue searching.
You can read off the 3-digit codes you have
set at any time:
1. Press the appliance button of the appliance
whose code you want to read off, e.g. TV.
2. Press the SET button and additionally 1,2
or 3, depending on the part of the code you
want to read off. For example, if you press
SET+1 and the code 153 (in this example) has
been set, the lamp blinks once after SET+1 is
released to show that the hundred figure is 1.
All you have to do is count. The ten figure is
indicated after SET+2 is released, e.g. it blinks
5 times for the 5 in 153. The one figure is
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About the Vivanco UR 81
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A battery in my Remote Controller has started to corrode. Is the device still safe to use?
The product can still be used safely after proper cleaning. Remove the battery with gloves and clean the battery compartment with a toothbrush and vinegar. After drying, new batteries can be inserted into the device.