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Whether your home-theatre setup consists of just a TV and your Rogers Cable box, or whether you have a motley crew of great home-theatre gear, your Rogers remote can take control.

How to program your Rogers remote as a universal remote:

Auto-scanning Mode:

1. Turn on the component you want to control with your Rogers remote.

2. On your Rogers remote, press the button that corresponds with the component you’d like to control with your Rogers remote (TV, DVD, AUX etc.).

3. On your Rogers remote, press and hold the SETUP button until the component button you chose flashes twice.

4. On the number pad press 9-9-1. The component button will again flash twice.

5. Press the PWR button then, slowly and repeatedly, press the CH+ button until the component you want to control turns off.

6. When the component turns off, press the SETUP button. The component button will flash once to confirm your code is locked in.

Manual Code Entry:

If you’d rather take matters into your own hands:

On your computer:

1. Go to the Rogers Remote Code Library.

2. Select the brand and model of the component you want to control.

3. Write down the code that is returned.

Then, in your home theatre setup:

1. Turn on the component you want to control with your Rogers remote.

2. Press the corresponding component button on your Rogers remote (TV, DVD, AUX etc.).

3. On your Rogers remote, press and hold the SETUP button until the component button you chose flashes twice.

4. Enter the four-digit code you received from the Rogers Remote Code Library.

5. Press the PWR button to confirm that you are now controlling the selected component with your Rogers remote.


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2 thoughts on “How-To: Set Up Your Rogers Remote to Control Your Home Theatre

Sal Cutrara, on said:

How do I setup my digital box to remember my last station when I shutdown?

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    ConnectedStaff, on said:

    Hi Sal,
    Unfortunately once you’ve powered off, there is no “last” station to return to. Thanks for your comment.

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