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Electronic eye on tv does not capture remote rw

When I stand infront of the receiver in the clost it works with the remote, but when I go out in the main living room and press the button, the electronic eye does not get picked up by the tv and transmit the rw to the closet and change the chanel,

it was working earlier in the day then something happened?

any ideas on what to do

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