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RFT-Plus Automode for CFT22XX
1. Setting the Frequency
(see Frequency Select Mode for further information)
Connect a cable from the output of the tester to the input of the cable box, make sure the incoming (live) cable is disconnected and not on the testers input. Remove the RFT-PLUS tester snap on metal cover. Press "F" then "4" or "P" then "4" on your cable box remote. You will see a -E on the cable box display. Hold down the tester's left button and plug it's power jack in. Wait until it displays an F, release the button. You will see F S flashing for frequency select. Press the right button until you see the cable box display change to a flashing -0 , then press the left button to save this frequency and the tester will exit this mode and begin sending test signals. (note: if you find that your converter flashes on more then one frequency setting then you may have to change it to the next one if the first one doesn't work)
2. Setting Serial Number
(see Serial Number Programming for further information)
Step 2 is only required for CFT22XX model numbers, skip step 2 if model number starts with DP7, DPV7, DPBB7, or CFT20.
Obtain the box serial number by pressing "F" then "2" or "P"' then "2" on your cable box remote. The display on your box will flash a sequence of numbers, write down only the right hand digits in the order they are flashed out. The first 10 right hand digits is the serial number of your box. Output the serial number several times until you are certain you have written down the correct number. The number may contain the letters A thru F. Now enter this 10 digit serial number into the tester by holding down both push button switches while you plug in the power to the tester. When the tester begins to flash S P for Serial Number Programming, press the right button once, now you will see a 0 on the display. Now you can start entering the serial number by pressing the right button to increment up (0 thru 9 then A thru F) to the number you need. Now press the left button to enter it. You will now have the 0 displayed again and are ready to enter the second number. Do this for all 10 digits. After you have all 10 digits entered you will see the display go to the top of the 8. The cable box is now being activated, this takes only a couple of seconds.
3. Connecting and Activating:
Connect the output of the cable box to the TV and then connect the incoming (live) cable to the input of the tester. Press the left button once. The decimal point will light and then go out on the tester. You should now receive all channels available through the converter. If nothing is coming in or everything looks the same, then go back to step 1 and do again or try a different frequency
AUTOMODE ** If PPV channels are scrambled then press the right button ( 0 - 255 times) until the channel unscrambles. If you are not on an AUTOMODE system you may need to set MODE 1 to B for automode timer OFF.
Remotes without an F or P key: You can determine the serial number of your unit from the 12 digit barcode sticker on the bottom of your converter. The 12 digit number starts with a C. Do not use the last two digits. Use this conversion to figure out your serial number: (barcode = tester display) A=0, B=1, C=2, D=3, E=4, F=5, G=6, H=7, J=8, K=9, L=A, M=B.
To determine your frequency: Look at the model number on the bottom of the converter box. The last two digits with /,/M1=97.5 A / with no number or /S8,/b,/R1=106.5 /P1,/T1,V5,/OC,/R1=108.5 You will notice /R1 ends for both 106.6 and 108.5. Boxes with these endings must try both frequencies. One or the other will work.
RFT-PLUS Programming data sheet:
Left Button Switch SWI
Is accept or select in all programming modes INITIALIZATION SWITCH in normal operation
Right Button Switch SW2
- Increment or toggle in all programming modes
- Multi-mode increment switch (sends out multi-mode change command for each push of the button. 0 thru 255)
IRD Infrared Detector (Remote Control Eye)
- Works the same a pushing the right switch when switching or pulsing in multi-mode.
Power up operating modes:
NORMAL POWER UP MODE:
(No switch activated upon power up)
Displays L for frequency lock OK then displays carrier frequency reference 1 for 89.3Mbz, 2 for 97.5Mhz 3 for 106.5Mhz and 4 for 108.5Mhz. Unit will display the top half of the 8 when it is running and codes are being output.
FREQUENCY SELECT MODE:
( Left switch activated upon power up Alternating F S on display until switch is pressed ( default is 106.5Mhz )Pressing the right increment switch will toggle through the usable frequencies. 1 for 89.3Mhz, 2 for 97.5Mhz, 3 for 106.5Mhz, and 4 for 108.5Mhz. Pressing the left switch will accept and store the selected frequency. During this selection process only connect the output of the tester to the cable box. Press F1 or P1 on the cable box, the cable box will display –E if you have the wrong frequency selected and will display a -0 ( it may flicker) for the correct frequency, save that frequency by pressing the left switch. After frequency selection is complete the unit will return to the power up mode "a".
UNIT PROGRAMMING MODE:
(Right switch activated upon power up)
Alternating U P on display until switch is pressedPress right switch to increment through the modes and then press left to go into that mode. Press right switch again to increment through the selections within that mode, then press the left switch to except that setting. You will then be bumped back up the mode list, press the right switch to continue incrementing through the modes. If you pass up the mode you want, keep going they will start over after the E. To exit unit programming select "E" for exit.
SERIAL NUMBER PROGRAMMING:
(Both switches activated upon power up)
Alternating S P on display until switch is pressedPress and hold both switches down during power up. The display will alternately display S P. Press the right switch (increment) and the display will change from 0 thru 9 then A thru F and then rotate starting at 0 again. Keep pressing until you have reached the number you want. Then press the left switch to enter your selection. Now the display will start at zero (0) again. Again press the right switch until you have reached the correct number then press the left switch to enter it. If the number you need is a zero then just simply press the left switch to enter it. Once the 10 numbers for the SN have been entered the top of the 8 will be displayed and your converter will be initialized. The unit is now in normal power up mode.
HOW TO DETERMINE YOUR SERIAL NUMBER USING THE CONVERTERS DIGITAL DISPLAY (you may also translate the barcode on the bottom of the converter: see NOTE 2 & 3 at the bottom of the fist page of this manual).Have a piece of paper and pen ready to write the serial number down.Press "F" then "2" or "P" then "2" on your cable box and watch the cable box display. The numbers displayed are 0X, 1X,2X,3X,4X,5X,6X,7X,8X,9X, and some other diagnostic data that alternates after.The 0 thru 9 in the LEFT DIGIT is constant and tells you which number is being displayed. This information can be ignored. You need to write down what is displayed in X the RIGHT DIGIT this is your serial number. Your serial number will be 10 digits long and may contain the letters A thru F.
Unit programming modes:
Mode1: Automode Timer
Mode 2: IR LED
- Selection A ON
- Selection B OFF (default)
Mode 3: Self Test
- Selection A OFF (default)
- Selection B ON Runs self test when powered up
Mode 4: Reset
Once selected unit will default back to factory settings. The unit will then go back to power up mode "A".
Mode 5: Display EPROM contents
Once selected unit will display all 4 serial numbers and settings for modes. The unit will then go back to power up mode "A"
Mode E: Exit
Once selected the unit will exit the program mode and revert back to power up mode "A"
Premium channels are scrambled:
Tune to a scrambled channel
Press the MEM2. button on the remote to change video modes.
There are 3 Video Modes. One mode should descramble the channel. Try each mode until the channel descrambles.
You must set the video mode for each scrambled channel. .
Switching broadcast modes:
The converter should be preset to standard mode (over 90 % of the cable companies use standard mode). If your regular channels are snowy, you need to change the mode. To switch broadcast modes do the following.
Switch the sliding switch on the bottom of the cable box to the proper setting STD - HRC- OR IRC. Then turn the box off and on. One of these settings should work in your area. Unplug the unit first, then switch the switch, then plug it back in. It will only work this way.
If your converter ever locks up this means that even though you change the channel, the picture stays the same (or the channels won’t change or respond to the remote) UNPLUG THE UNIT FOR 15 MINUTES. The converter should be reset and should resume normal operation upon plugging it back in. The master reset code is 71269 and you press MEM, then F+ then enter 71269 I think. If their is no mem button, try pressing something else.
You can manualy fine tune your converter with your remote
(F + ) is to fine tune up. (F - ) is to fine tune down. CFT is to center fine tune.
The VM4000+ is fully automatic and will remember any mem settings you make when you press the mem button for any channel. It will memorize that for the next time you visit that channel always.
To Remove Dynamic Memory Features:
No need to do this any more. It's fully automatic.
Premium channels are scrambled:
- Tune to a scrambled channel
- Press the SELECT (video mode) button on the remote to change video modes.
- There are 3 Video Modes. One mode should descramble the channel.
- Try each mode until the channel descrambles.
- You must set the video mode for each scrambled channel.
Note: If the audio portion of a channel is not coming in clearly or is buzzing, press the option (Audio Mode) button for 15 seconds on the remote control. There are 2 audio modes. Try each mode until the audio comes in. You must set the audio mode for each channel on which the audio is not coming in.
Switching broadcast modes:
The converter should be preset to standard mode (over 90 % of the cable companies use standard mode). If your regular channels are snowy, you need to change the mode.
- Press the HRC/SD button on the remote and hold it down for 15 seconds.
- You should see the display of the converter change either STD or HRC. Then turn the cable box off then back on.
- All channels should be clear now.
For parental control press ch-lock. The display will show "----". Enter code 1234. When locked, display will show LOC. To unlock repeat process.
If your converter ever locks up this means that even though you change the channel, the picture stays the same (or the channels won’t change or respond to the remote) UNPLUG THE UNIT FOR 15 MINUTES. The converter should be reset and should resume normal operation upon plugging it back in