Controls up to five home theater and/or IR controlled devices
Stand has a Find/Page feature so you can quickly find the remote if you’ve misplaced it
Allows for a manual addition and search of IR codes
Sleek blue backlit buttons for use in the dark
Oversized buttons provide easy control
Retains Codes when changing batteries
Controlling Combo Devices
Controlling Devices Requiring Separate Power On and Off Buttons
DVD/DVR Punch-Through Feature
Volume/Mute Control and Punch-Through Feature
Setting ALL Volume/Mute Control to any one Mode
Setting any Mode to use its own Volume/Mute Control
It can be a pain to use electronic home theater components when you have a separate remote control for your TV, cable or satellite receiver, DVR, DVD player, Blu-ray player, VCR, and stereo system. The GE Find-It Large Backlit Button Home Theater Universal Remote Control makes juggling multiple remote controls a thing of the past. Combine four of your remote controls into one easy-to-use universal remote control by manually entering the proper four digit device code for each component, or if that isn't available, you can manually search through codes to locate the right one. The package includes a convenient base/stand that offers a convenient place for the remote control when you’re not using it. Additionally, if you have misplaced your remote control, simply press the Page key on the base and the remote sounds with a tone, making it easy to locate (works within 20 feet from the base). This GE universal remote control is easy to use, easy to program, and it gives you total control of your home theater at your fingertips! This product requires the use of two AAA alkaline batteries, sold separately.
The remote control will automatically turn off if the buttons are depressed more than 30 seconds. This will save your batteries should your remote get stuck in a place where the buttons remain depressed (e.g. between the sofa cushions).
You have up to 10 minutes to change the batteries in your remote without losing codes you have programmed. However, do not press any buttons until batteries are installed in the remote. If buttons are pressed without batteries in the remote, all the codes will be lost.
If your product does not respond after you have tried all the codes for your brand, or if your brand is not listed, you can attempt to have the remote control locate the correct code using the SETUP feature which allows you to manually go through one code at a time. Once the code has been found, you can even have the remote indicate what the four digit code is for future reference.
The SLEEP button enables the remote to turn off your TV after a period of 1 to 99 minutes as shown below. The remote must be in TV mode to set a Sleep Timer. This feature works even if your TV does not have a sleep feature.