How to Clear a Logitech Harmony Universal Remote Control
Logitech's Harmony series of universal remote controls enable users to control multiple electronic devices and offer advanced functionality. Tech-savvy consumers value their ability to combine timers and preprogrammed key sequences to perform complicated operations at the press of a single button. There are times when it's more convenient to reset a Harmony to its factory defaults than to reprogram it though. You might have replaced your A/V components, for example, bought a used Harmony with someone else's programming or your remote may be malfunctioning. The reset process varies between models.
How to Code Chamberlain Remote Controls
While Chamberlain produces other quality access and convenience products such as alert systems and intercoms, many consumers know the company best for its line of garage-door-opening systems that include wireless or keyless entry. Most Chamberlain keyless and wireless remotes work with several garage door openers made by the company. Additionally, Chamberlain produces Clicker universal remotes that enable wireless or keyless access for motorized garage doors from other manufacturers in case you need an extra remote or lose the original.
How to Combine an HDTV Satellite Box and a Rooftop Antenna
Although many local broadcasters transmit their high definition content over DirecTV and Dish Network, there may be some channels available you can only get over-the-air. Additionally, terrestrial HD broadcasts received over an antenna remain the highest quality available, using far less compression to maintain a higher level of picture quality. Many modern satellite dishes and decoders no longer require the use of an external diplexer to combine the outputs of a rooftop antenna and the dish itself, accessible through your DirecTV or Dish Network satellite box.