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My Orion tv is swiched on at the wall but when I press the button on top of it to switch it on, nothing happens. Please, help! Do I need to ask an engineer to fix the problem or do I need to buy another tv? Hopefully, not!
Maybe things will improve if you leave your TV permanently receiving power from the wall switch and do the actual on-off switching at the TV. Your Orion TV draws standby power even when it is off. When you flip the wall switch off there is no standby power
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We would be happy to help you with getting your new DISH Network remote to control your TV. We're going to start by pressing and holding the TV button located on the top of your remote until all mode button back lights come on, and then release. Use the number buttons to enter the codes for your Orion TV; here are some of the codes we currently have for it: 720, 748, 748, and 748. Press the pound (#) button. To check that the code works try several different functions on the remote to make sure it will properly operate the TV. Remember that some codes may not be compatible with your equipment. If this is the case, try the other codes listed for your Orion TV until you find one that is compatible with it.
We hope this helps and thank you for being a valued DISH Network customer!
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