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Television input doesn't always match activity

When I have pushed an activity like watch TV or TV2 which is my TiVo the televison doesn't always go to the right input and I have to push the hlep button and somtimes the channel change button before it works. Thanks for your help

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Depending on the type of tv you may need to count the TV tuner as an input. My bro-in-law had the same problem. The TV has 5 inputs (S-video, HDMI, etc) but when you set up the remote you need to tell the remote you have 6 inputs, one for the TV tuner.

I hope that helps.

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