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post #91 of 100 Old 10-26-2013, 10:56 AM
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I had the same problem.  You need to reset the remote then enter 30842 again. I turned mine off and on and was able to program the Vol. too

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Addressing discussion further back in the thread--which discovered code 1789 for power on and off on many Onkyo receivers.

It worked for me for over a year (maybe even two) on Brighthouse 1056 remotes to control an Onkyo TX-SR575. That remote failed, and I brought one from elsewhere in the house to the room with the SR575 receiver (AVR). Further, a few days later I swapped out the failed remote, and was given a 1056B03. The older one is 1056B01.

In programming these two, life has gone to h***. The 1789 code now will not give me a power on for the AVR, when it WAS working on the previous remote before all this happened. Now it will not do power on when in EITHER of B01 or B03 model remotes. I have lost it.

You cannot believe how frustrated I am at this point after having it work for over a year and now its gone in the toilet. I went through all of the codes in the manual 0135, 0380, 0842, 1298, 1320, 1531--and none fully work just as in the past.

Does anybody have a clue why 1789 does not work in B01, WHEN FORMERLY IT DID, and also does not work in B03?

Will these remotes do "shifted" (hold setup + a key)?

Any other ideas?
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I almost didn't reply, given the tone of your post, but I will anyway.

The reason Audio 1789 doesn't work in the B03 is that it doesn't have that setup code. When a setup code is successfully assigned, the remote blinks twice. Entering 1789 into a B03 gives a single longer blink, showing that 1789 isn't recognized. However, setup code 1805 will work in the B03 (it's not in the B01). As for the B01, probably there is either a macro assigned to the Power button, or it has been assigned an EFC. You can clear macros with the 995 command and clear keymoves using the 994 command.

BTW, the B03 does not accept keymoves.
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Thank you very much for that information. Most appreciated. I tried the 1805 and it WORKS! with the Onkyo TX-SR575. Who would have ever figured that out...it is listed as a Video Accessories code for Microsoft and XBOX! You are a genius.

I have to admit I do not know why my 'tone' would have potentially caused you to not respond. It does for sure express exasperation and frustration because...errrrrr....I was exasperated and frustrated. I will try to suppress exasperation and frustration in the future.smile.gif

Without expressing exasperation and frustration, I allow that it is puzzling why a company changes the code that works on some device as it moves to a new model of its remote. Whatever is the logic in doing that (rhetorical question)? Further, the company never listed the code as working for this device in the manual for either version of the remote. But I am not exasperated and frustrated over that--just puzzled.
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Without expressing exasperation and frustration, I allow that it is puzzling why a company changes the code that works on some device as it moves to a new model of its remote. Whatever is the logic in doing that (rhetorical question)? Further, the company never listed the code as working for this device in the manual for either version of the remote.
Setup codes access tables of information stored in the remote, including the IR protocol type (NEC1 in this case), device number (210), subdevice number(s) if used, and of course the individual function numbers. Onkyo always uses device 210, and traditionally used subdevices 108 and 109. Over time, as the receivers have supported more functions, other subdevices have been used. Setup code 1789 supports 108, 109, and 4. Setup code 1805 adds subdevice 172, which is used with HDMI out, Ipod, USB, XM, Sirius, etc. So the B03, which is about 4 years newer than the B01, provides 1805 instead of 1789.

I have manuals for both the 1056B01 and B03. The B01 manual doesn't list 1805 as a possibility because it doesn't have this setup code. I don't know why the B01 manual only has 1789 under Audio accessories; it was probably a mistake. The B03 manual does list 1805 under "Audio Receivers and Amps", and www.urcsupport.com also recommends 1805 for the B03.

UEI remotes typically have 4 classes of devices (Cable/SAT, TV, Video, and Audio). Setup code 1805 listed under Video Accessories applies to DVD or VCR buttons, and shoots the MCE IR protocol used by the Xbox. 1805 assigned to the Audio button provides the NEC1 IR protocol used by Onkyo.
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Wow. I just discovered that the manual for the B03 downloaded from the BHN support page is exactly the same file they have for the B01 (they label them as Atlas DVR-1056 and Atlas OCAP-5) In fact, the picture in the dl'ed file isn't even right; it is right on the selection page. That's why I said the code was not in there--it wasn't, but it is the wrong manual.

http://support.brighthouse.com/Article/User-Manual-Cable-Remote-Control-7379
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http://www.urcsupport.com/ is your friend, and they have the manual.
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http://www.urcsupport.com/ is your friend, and they have the manual.
Thanks; got it...though that one is more like a quick guide than a manual, but it does have the code list.
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I am replying to this thread in the hope that an internet search on how to program the Comcast/Xfinity remote AUX button for ONKYO Receiver TX-SR313 will find this post.

MANY THANKS to 3FingeredGlove for his (her?) posts. Others posted the information, but 3FG presented it so clearly. Until reading this forum post, I was able to get some of the controls programmed separately (per the Comcast instructions), but I did not know how to get them all programmed at once.

First, I cleared all my previous AUX button code attempts per post 61.

Then, I followed the instructions in post 42. Now, I'm happy smile.gif
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Post #42 is where it's at!! Google search brought me to it. Perfect info. Thanks 3FG
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