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Question re: changing cbl box with TSU7000
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Post 1 made on Friday June 15, 2007 at 18:03
bsnipes
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I am a relative novice at programing the Pronto. I had the original programing done by a professional. I am now switching cable companies and have a new Scientific Atl explorer 8300 hd dvr. I like the design and set up of my screens and I just want to change devices and keep everything else the same. All my ir codes are for my dishnetwork box. Is it possible to download the ir codes for this new box and how do I get them incorporated into my devices.

Thanks for the help...I know this is a simplistic question, but I appreciate any help and guidance

Thanks

Last edited by bsnipes on June 15, 2007 18:55.
Post 2 made on Friday June 15, 2007 at 21:42
tgrugett
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I am not sure, but the codes may already be in the database. You will have to test them, however.

You can also learn the codes directly onto the existing buttons. They may not all be the same but most will.
Post 3 made on Saturday June 16, 2007 at 07:56
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If you look in the ProntoNG Files section you will find quite a few PCFs for the 8300HD. Download and unzip one of these files and I'm sure it will have the codes you need.
Post 4 made on Saturday June 16, 2007 at 22:00
Ernie Bornn-Gilman
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Before you teach any codes to your remote, look at the pcf in the Editor and be sure you aren't learning single commands over macros. The pro who set up your remote might have put in some macros that you could remove by teaching a code to the button. Once the macro is gone, you won't be able to go back and figure out what was there.
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