SStteepp bbyy SStteepp T
Teesstt tthhee C
A.Verify the MX 700/800 is loaded with fresh batteries and connect the MX 700/800 to the PC via
the serial port.
B.Turn on the component
C. Point the connected MX 700/800 so that it is in range and within line of sight of the component.
D. Click on the T
Teesstt button as shown here:
E. Observe the component. If it stays on, click on another Model and continue until you find the
Code Set that turns the component off. When it turns off, click on SSaavvee.
F. If you know the Code Set # from prior experience, enter it in the text box, or use the up and
down arrows to change the code number. If you have to test all of the code sets, this is probably
the fastest way to test all code sets (usually learning codes is much quicker, try that first).
G.After you find the correct Code Set, click on SAVE. When you do, the LCD Button Editor
window pops open. Check the buttons on the original remote and compare to those on the
LCD Button Editor. You can correct any labels that you think could be more user friendly. Feel
free to rearrange buttons as you wish. Moving LCD buttons with the LCD button Editor is exactly
like moving Devices, simply click and drag to an empty location. Once you are reasonably satisfied
with the arrangement, click on the A
66 Continue with the rest of the devices you need, using the Next Device button to move to the next device
(or manually picking them from the Device list box).