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Master Geek
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Topic # 78123 27-Feb-2011 22:51 Send private message

Our remote just very recently starting to act up...

The Channel Up/Down button doesn't work any more!

I have reset and re-program the darn thing (what a pain it was!), but that didn't fix the problem...

Any suggestion would be greatly appreciated!

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  Reply # 443976 27-Feb-2011 22:53 Send private message

Warranty? CGA?



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Master Geek
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  Reply # 444218 28-Feb-2011 19:33 Send private message

I bought mine when it first came out... Probably out of warranty period now... :(

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  Reply # 444266 28-Feb-2011 21:49 Send private message

New batteries?

DO you have young kids that like to chew on the remote?




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  Reply # 444498 1-Mar-2011 16:58 Send private message

I had a similar prob with my remote and it was a signal sender I had next to the TIVO box that made the remote work in the bedroom. If you have one of those(signal sender) unplug it and see if that fixes it. Or any other sort of infra red device.



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  Reply # 448036 13-Mar-2011 18:59 Send private message

Here's a quick update...

Someone at home played with the channel listings setting on the remote... That screwed up the up/down button...

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