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Over ride readdress

My 322 receiver was set up by local installer and the system worked well with both remotes using UHF to TV1 andTV2,the receiver is located in basement away from both TV's,it worked this way for 11 months untill receiver was defalted some how,DIDH net work said it's possibe to over ride and set both remotes to UHF but said installer had to advise me how to.Any hints how to do this?

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You have to turn tv1 uhf on go to menu, system setup, installation ,and then enable tv1 ufh. then go back out to picture..... now use a working remote at its corresponding tv hit menu twice it will bring you to system info screen....... you will arrow up to the remote address you want to change,..... now using the remote in question once its highlighted hit record three times

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Can you tell me if you can reprogram the uhf remote to operate tv1 that is ir remote


Hey there, Cheri Torres with DISH Network Customer Service here. Normally our UHF remotes will be able to convert to an IR remote if you are experiencing an issue with your TV1 remote. In order to convert your UHF remote to a IR remote you would need to take off the battery cover pull out the blue TV2 tab and turn it over to the green TV1 tab. Once you have switched the tab you will need to readdress the remote to your receiver. I will list here for you the instructions for readdressing your remote to your receiver at the end of this post. If you are looking to make your TV1 remote a UHF signal that would depend on the model of receiver you have. Please email me directly at Cheri.Torres@Dishnetwork.com with the model of your receiver and I would be happy to give you instructions on how to convert your TV1 remote to a UHF signal. I hope you find this information useful and if you have any further questions or concerns fell free to email me and I would be happy to help! :)

Instructions for addressing remote to receiver.
  1. Go to System Info screen. You can do this by pressing the System info button on the front on the receiver box or by pressing the power button once then the channel up button once on the front of the receiver box. You may need to open a little door on the front right side of the receiver in order to locate the buttons.
  2. Once you are in the system info screen you will see Primary remote address (TV1) and Secondary remote address (TV2).
  3. Hold down the SAT button until all mode lights light up.
  4. Enter a number between 1 and 15 using the numeric keypad on the remote.Change the number to something different then what is already listed in the little white square.
  5. Press the pound (#) button.
  6. Once the SAT button blinks three times, press record. Note: If successful, the number selected in step 4 will appear in the System Info screen under Remote Address.

Mar 16, 2011 | DISH Network IR Remote Control

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My remote control for tv #2 does not respond and i want to know what to do. i bought a new one what should i do


Hi there, Cheri Torres with DISH Network Customer Service here. I came across your post and wanted to see if I could help. If the old remote was not responding to your TV2 anymore you may want to try replacing the batteries first if that does not work the next step would be to try readdressing the remote to the receiver. You can try readdressing both remotes to get them to work with your DISH receiver box. I will list the instructions for readdressing your TV2 remote here for you. I hope you find these instructions useful and if you have any other questions or concerns feel free to email directly at Cheri.Torres@Dishnetwork.com.

Instructions for addressing the remote to the receiver
  1. Take your TV2 remote to your receiver box location.
  2. Go to System Info screen.You can do this by pressing the system info button once or by pressing the menu button twice on the TV1 remote.
  3. Once you are in the system info screen you will see primary remote address (TV1) and secondary remote address (TV2).
  4. Hold down the SAT button until all mode lights light up.
  5. Enter a number between 1 and 15 using the numeric keypad on the remote.Change the number in the small white square to something other then what is already listed.
  6. Press the pound (#) button.
  7. Once the SAT button blinks three times, press record. Note: If successful, the number selected in step 5 will appear in the System Info screen under Remote Address.

Mar 08, 2011 | DISH Network IR Remote Control

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Echostar remote changes channels slow and changes guide without touching remote


Hi there, Cheri Torres with DISH Network Customer Service here. It sounds like you could possibly be experiencing UHF interference. UHF interference could possibly be caused by someone in your area with the same remote frequency as you or possibly by other electronic equipment in your home. The best way to fix this issue is by changing the remote address on for the remote with the issue. I will list here for you the instructions for readdressing your remote. I hope you find this information useful and if you have any further questions feel free to email me directly at Cheri.Torres@Dishnetwork.com or respond here and I would be happy to help!

Instructions for readdressing remote
  1. If you are using TV1 remote stay at the receiver location if you are using TV2 remote take that remote to the TV1 location where the receiver box is.
  2. Go to System Info screen. You can do this by pressing the system info button on the front of the receiver box or by pressing the power button once then pressing the channel up button once on the front of your receiver.
  3. Once you are in the system info screen you will see primary remote address (TV1) and secondary remote address (TV2).
  4. Hold down the SAT button until all mode lights light up.
  5. Enter a number between 1 and 15 using the numeric keypad on the remote.Change the number in the little white square to something than what is already listed.
  6. Press the pound (#) button
  7. Once the SAT button blinks three times, press record. Note: If successful the number selected in step 5 will appear in the System Info screen under Remote Address.

Mar 03, 2011 | DISH Network IR Remote Control

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My remote #2 is not working, on my tv screen it says dish netwoek 2 press select to continue. is there some kind of trouble shooting to reactivate it? i


Hi there, Cheri Torres with DISH Network Customer Service here. It sounds like your remote may need to be readdressed to your receiver. You are first going to want to make sure that you do have fresh batteries in your remote. I will list here for you the instructions for readdressing your TV2 remote to your DISH receiver. I hope you find these instructions useful and if you have any further questions or concerns feel free to email me at Cheri.Torres@Dishnetwork.com. Thanks and have a great day!

Instructions for addressing remote to your receiver
  1. Take your TV2 remote to your receiver box location.
  2. Go to System Info screen. You can do this by either pressing the system info button on the front of the receiver or by pressing the power button once and then the channel up button once on the front of the receiver box.
  3. Once you are in the system info screen you will see primary remote address(TV1) and secondary remote address(TV2)
  4. Hold down the SAT button until all mode lights light up.
  5. Enter a number between 1 and 15 using the numeric keypad on the remote.Change the number to something different then what is already listed in the white square for secondary remote address.
  6. Press the pound (#) button
  7. Once the SAT button blinks three times, press record. Note: If successful the number selected in step 5 will appear in the System Info screen under Remote Address.

Feb 28, 2011 | DISH Network 322 DTV Receiver

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I just purchased two remotes on line. One is a 3.0IR 119946. The other is a 4.0 IR 132577. The 3.0 IR works fine on my model 2700 receiver but the 4.0 IR won't work is there any was to program the 4.0 IR...


Hi, my name is Cheri Torres with DISH Network customer service I came across your post and wanted to see if I could help. The 4.0 IR/UHF remote should be able to work fine with the 2700 receiver and you should be able to address it the same way you did the 3.0IR remote. One thing you are going to want to make sure of is that the 4.0 remote is set up for IR instead of UHF, you can insure this by inserting the green TV1 tab into the front of the remote. Once you have the green TV1 tab in you can try to readdress your remote again. I would like to list here for you the instructions for addressing the remote to the receiver just in case you need them. :) I hope you find this information useful and if you have any further questions feel free to post back here or email me at Cheri.Torres@dishnetwork.com.

Instructions for addressing remote to receiver
  1. Go to System Info screen. In order to do this you will want to take out your smart card from the front left side of the receiver.
  2. Hold down the SAT button until all mode lights light up.
  3. Enter a number between 1 and 15 using the numeric keypad on the remote.
  4. Press the pound (#) button
  5. Once the SAT button blinks three times, press record. Note: If successful the number selected in step 3 will appear in the System Info screen under Remote Address.

Jan 19, 2011 | DISH Network IR Remote Control

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Trouble with remote on second TV, not responding from back of house


Hi, Mary with Dish Network Customer Service. The TV2 remote (UHF) can work up to 200 feet from the receiver but can also get interference issues that cause it to not work consistently. One of the things that I recommend is to readdress the remote to the receiver and possible installing a pigtail to the remote antenna on the back of the receiver. I have this on one of my receivers and have never had an issue since. To troubleshoot try these steps:

Step 1: Verify correct Remote being used
Check that the remote matches the TV. Use remote key or sticker on remote to confirm. TV1 is located in the same room as your DISH receiver.
Step 2: Check that UHF Remote Antenna is Secure/Upright
If UHF, check that your UHF remote antenna is securely connected to the "Remote Antenna" port on the back of your receiver and that the antenna is upright.
Step 3: Address Remote
To SAT: Access "System Info" - press and release the "SAT" button then press the RECORD button on remote control. If unable to access System Info using the receiver, use "Video Frozen/Locked Up".
To TV/DVD/AUX: Check for current remote codes and address remote.
Step 4: Check that Remote Control Batteries are Fresh
Check that the you have recently replaced the batteries. If not, install new batteries.
Step 5: Reset Receiver
If the issue is only on ONE receiver, unplug the DISH receiver for 10 seconds and plug back in.
Please note: It may take up to 5 minutes for the reset process to be completed.

If you are still having an issue, to install a pigtail you will need a piece of Coax cable, approx. 3 feet long and a barrel connector. Remove the remote antenna from the back of the receiver, attach the coax cable to the receiver. At the other end of the coax cable insert the barrel connector and add the remote antenna. Then drape the coax cable behind and towards where the TV2 is located. It takes the remote antenna away from where all the electronics are, which are major causes of UHF interference. I hope this helps resolve your issue.


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Hello! My name is Dan Busa with DISH Network. What you're experiencing is interference from the television set. You can access the tv menu and turn off the backlight on the tv, or order a UHF remote from us. This remote is set to a different type of frequency and should operate fine.

Daniel Busa
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HOW CAN i RESET SAT CODE FOR DIH REMOTE CONTROL FOR DIFFERENT DISH BOX


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Not all remote are compatible with all our receivers. Depending on the receiver and remote model numbers, if they are compatible you can readdress the remote to the receiver. I have provided a link for readdressing the remote to the receiver. I hope this helps.

Instructions on how to readdress the remote to the receiver:
http://www.dishnetwork.com/SupportSection/remote-setup
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222 -
21.0 IR / UHF Pro


222k - 21.0 IR / UHF Pro


301 -
3.4 IR


311 -
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322 -
4.4 IR / UHF Pro


381 -
6.4 IR / UHF Pro


411 -
20.0 IR


501 -
6.4 IR / UHF Pro


508 -
6.4 IR / UHF Pro


510 -
6.4 IR / UHF Pro


512 -
6.4 IR / UHF Pro


522 -
6.4 IR / UHF Pro


612 -
21.0 IR / UHF Pro


622 -
21.0 IR / UHF Pro


625 -
6.4 IR / UHF Pro


722 -
21.0 IR / UHF Pro


722k - 21.0 IR / UHF Pro







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I disconnected the 322 to install a new TV1. TV2


You should have one line entering the home behind the TV1 attached to it there should be a device exactly as you saw outside. You will want the line from outside connected to the single port called in/out and the SAT port goes to the silver seperator. The two lines leaving the seperator attach to the SAT in on the receiver. The UHF poret on the device connects to the home distibution port on the receiver.

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Feb 09, 2010 | DISH Network 322 DTV Receiver

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Setting up remote 2


Ok lets assume you have the correct remote for the TV2 on a 322, you will need to take this remote to the TV1 location . Turn TV1 on and with the TV1 remote press menu-menu. You are now at the sytem info screen. Towards the bottom third of the screen you will see some wording that reads primary remote address and secondary remote address. Now with the TV2 remote press and hold the SAT button until all buttons across the top light up and release. The SAT button will be flashing. Now key in a two digit number between 1-17 that is unique to this remote only. Press the pound sign and the SAT button will flash three times. Now press the record button and the number you chose should now appear next to the TV2 icon. Are you good to go? If so exit out of all screens on TV1 and try thr TV2 remote at its location. You should be able to control the satellite now. If you can't ensure that the antenna on the back of the receiver is present and there are no obstructions in front of it. If you still are having issues - like you have to be at a certain point in the room- the remote antenna may need to be moved from the back of the receiver to the TV2 location Thanks for using Fix Ya.

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