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Program Volume Controls on the Universal M7810 Remote Control

Last Updated: Fri, 19 Aug 2011 > Related Articles

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Summary

Follow these steps to set the Universal M7810 Remote Control to control the volume of a device.

Solution

Overview

The Cox Universal M7810 Remote Control is set to control the volume of a device:

  • Through your TV while in TV, DVD, or Cable mode
  • Through the auxiliary device when in Auxiliary (AUX) mode

Change the Volume Lock setting if:

  • You want the volume to be controlled by a device not associated with the current mode.

  • For example, you can set the remote control to control the volume through the cable receiver when in TV mode.

Volume Lock affects the following buttons:

  • VOL+
  • VOL-
  • MUTE


Cox Universal Remote Control

To program the Volume Lock, perform the following steps:

Note: Performing these steps to program Volume Lock for AUX mode allows you to access the volume control for the auxiliary device in all modes.

1
On the remote control, press, once, the mode button for which you want to program Volume Lock.
Type of DeviceMode Button
TelevisionTV
Stereo amplifier or receiverAUX
DVD, PVR, VCRDVD
Cable receiverCABLE
2
Press and hold the SETUP button until the selected mode button blinks twice, then release the SETUP button.
3

Using the number keys, enter 9 - 9 - 3

Result: The selected mode button blinks twice.

4

Press the mode button once.

Result: The selected mode button blinks twice. The Volume Control is set.

All steps complete.



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