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Remote 20.0/21.0

Discussion in 'ViP612/622/722/722K DVR Support Forum' started by bvca, Oct 15, 2012.

  1. bvca

    bvca New Member

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    I've owned a 722k for 3 years. Both remotes are going bad (20.0/21.0). I've ordered two new remotes. Can i clone the new 20.0/21.0 remotes from the old 20.0/21.0 for tv/audio/dvd... or do I have to add in tv, audio, dvd separately from old audio, tv and dvd remotes?
    ty
     
  2. doowop

    doowop New Member

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    I don't know of any way to clone them, look up their codes and enter,then # for each device.OR SEARCH...
    Wanted to post NEW post, but ended up here, Mod, Please move as necessary,Thank You
    I wanted RF remotes for both my TV sets, TV1 and TV2.
    However , I got better than that, VIP722K
    I NOW have two remotes for TV1, BOTH RF, and TV2 has RF !
    One of the RF's for TV1 has a out of place green # ! on the bottom.
    So ALL 3 of my remotes are RF only.and the IR remote NO longer works.
    This should answer a multitude of questions.
    To change to a NEW remote, press SAT on remote.
    Press System Info on front panel,
    Press RECORD on remote.
    Watch screen change to the remote in your hand ! DONE.
    Happy Viewing. :balloons::flag:
     
  3. Rduce

    Rduce Legend

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    Use the system wizard button and you can save your remotes to the receiver and then again when you get the new remotes send the data to the new ones.
     
  4. Jim5506

    Jim5506 Hall Of Fame

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    I think it works the other way, receiver settings are saved to your remote when the receiver must be replaced.
     

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