@Jknouse16 wrote: I did try both. It wiped the tv code but not the rf. Don't mix up the codes for pairing/unpairing. "987" is the correct "Unpairing" code. Look back at my post which describes the "sequence" of remote programming. So, get your RF unpaired, then go back and reprogram your TV and/or Audio system, THEN do a fresh pairing for "Aim Anywhere" RF control of the "Box". The instruction sheet packed with the remote is fairly decent. It just doesn't bother to explain the sequence steps needed to program TV (IR)>Audio (IR)>Box (RF). IR=Infrared "light" signal pointed at TV or Audio device. RF= Radio Frequency signal "broadcasted" in the same room as the cablebox, no pointing/aiming required. Hope this helps.
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Important Solution Found for programming XR2 R2 Remote to control BOTH TV and Audio system!! After numerous failed attempts to include both the audio receiver and TV in the ALL POWER function, (following the [lame] Comcast instructions on a support webpage and/or the printed sheet packed with the remote), I figured out why it would only accept "one" device (TV) but not the audio: The Comcast instructions have you first program the "TV" function, THEN they have you do the RF/"Out-of-Sight" pairing which then allows for non-directional, radio control of the cablebox and also isolates the remote from other similar cableboxes that may be in the house. That's a good thing, but out of sequence. HOWEVER, if you follow that sequence [TV>RF>Audio], the "second device" (audio) will not work because the IR signal was superceded by the RF mode, therefore the remote cannot talk [program] with the tradional audio sevice using IR control. Summary--To program ALL POWER for both TV and Audio: 1. Program your remote for your TV control. 2. Program your remote for your audio system. THEN.... 3. Program your remote for RF function. Plus, here's a link for the Audio Codes to use: http://media2.comcast.net/anon.comcastonline2/support/help/faqs/remotes/Setup_Codes_for_Audio_Devices.pdf
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