Charter Spectrum URC1160

Designed to complement your Charter Spectrum cable service, this remote also provides control of TV and surround sound audio system volume, power, and input functions.

Features

Simplified Modeless Control

All keys on the remote are dedicated to controlling your cable box except for the TV POWER, VOLUME, and MUTE, and INPUT keys.

All Power Key

The All Power key offers the ability to turn-on or off all devices that you use to watch cable television in a single keypress.

Volume Lock

This feature allows you to lock the volume and mute functions to your TV or Audio Device.

Backlit Keypad

This remote control features a backlit keypad, making it easier to read and use the remote while in a dark setting.

Setup

Remote Control Setup

CodeFinder and Setup Instructions

Step 1: CodeFinder

Step 2: Setup Instructions

Quickset Features

Auto Detection

  • Automatically detects video and audio devices connected to a Smart TV and retrieves a complete set of control capabilities for these devices.

Easy Setup

  • Simple out-of-box experience with easy self-setup that automates the detection of connected devices to the set top box.

Seamless Control

  • Provides seamless control for televisions and audio devices connected to it.

Functions

Remote Functions

Key Functions

  • TV POWER turns the TV on or off
  • INPUT cycles through video inputs on the TV or audio device
  • ALL POWER Used to turn on the TV and set-top box
  • SEARCH Used to search for TV, Movies, and other content
  • DVR displays list of recorded programs on DVR boxes
  • PLAY/PAUSE used to control playback of live, recorded, or On Demand programs
  • LAST returns to the previously selected channel
  • GUIDE displays program guide
  • INFO displays information on current selected program
  • BACK displays the previous menu screen
  • EXIT closes current menu
  • OPTIONS used to display special options
  • MENU displays main Spectrum menu
  • RECORD press to record selected program

FAQ

Frequently Asked Questions

Refer the following instructions.

  1. Your remote comes paired with your Set-Top-Box. If it does not work, you need to pair your remote.
  2. Make sure the remote batteries (AA) are installed and your TV and cable receiver Set-Top-Box are powered on. Also, set the TV input to correspond with your Set-Top-Box. Your receiver and remote can be paired to use radio frequency (RF), which will allow you to use the remote normally even if your receiver is placed out of view.

To pair your remote and receiver:

  1. Press MENU on the remote.
  2. Select "Settings & Support" from the left menu shown on your TV.
  3. Select "Support" from the left menu.
  4. Select "Remote Control" from the center tiles.
  5. Select "RF Pair New Remote" from the center tiles and follow the TV on-screen instructions.

TV, Charter Spectrum cable box, audio devices

Your product supports an automatic discovery and set-up flow powered by QuickSet in your Set-Top-Box for most devices. Follow the instructions explained in FAQ: "How do I start using my remote (out of the box)?"

The Spectrum STB will auto-detect your TV. If auto-detect fails, a CodeFinder tool powered by QuickSet will assist in the setup process.
To setup most popular TV brands:

  1. Turn on the TV you want to program.
  2. Simultaneously press and hold the "MENU" and "OK" keys on the remote until the INPUT key blinks twice.
  3. Press and release the "TV POWER" key once.
  4. To setup Popular Brand TV: Find your TV brand below and note the digit that relates to your TV brand. Press and hold down the appropriate digit key:
    Insignia/Dynex - 1
    LG/Zenith - 2
    Panasonic- 3
    Philips/Magnavox- 4
    RCA/TCL- 5
    Samsung - 6
    Sharp - 7
    Sony - 8
    Toshiba - 9
    Vizio - 0
  5. Release the digit key when the TV turns off.
  6. To setup any brand TV: Turn on your TV you want to program.
  7. Simultaneously press and hold "MENU" and "OK" keys on the remote until the INPUT key blinks twice.
  8. Using the digit keys on the remote, enter the code shown in the CodeFinder tool found on this page.
  9. Test the remote to confirm that it controls your device as expected. If it does not, try again using the next code listed.

The Spectrum Set-Top-Box will auto-detect your audio system. If your audio system not fully detected, a CodeFinder tool powered by QuickSet will assist in the setup process.
Turn on your audio device and follow the steps below to set up your remote.

  1. Press and hold "MENU" and "OK" keys until the INPUT key blinks twice
  2. Using the digit keys on the remote, enter the code shown in the CodeFinder tool found on this page.
  3. Test the remote to confirm that it controls your device as expected. If it does not, try again using the next code listed.

This remote supports Volume Lock feature. In order to program the Volume Lock, press and hold MENU and OK keys until the INPUT key blinks twice, and follow the instructions to assign volume controls:

  1. To assign volume controls to the TV, press the VOLUME UP key.
  2. To assign volume controls to the Audio device, press the VOLUME DOWN key.
  3. To assign volume controls to the Spectrum Cable Box, press MUTE.

The remote needs to be programmed in order to control your equipment. Follow the instructions in the SETUP section of this site to program the remote.

To control your equipment, be sure to do the following:

  1. Point the remote at the equipment when using it, making sure that there is a clear line of sight.
  2. The LED on the remote should blink with each keypress. If not, replace the batteries.
  3. The remote needs to be programmed in order to control your equipment. Follow the instructions in the setup section of this site to program the remote.

This remote uses AA size batteries.

While Heavy Duty batteries will work, alkaline batteries are recommended and will have much longer battery life.

Five blinks means that your batteries are low and need to be replaced soon.