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Hi vogt_tb There is a simple solution to this; we need toreprogram the remote. By doing this it will allow you to have full functionality foryour TV1, I will send you the link that walks you through it. http://www.dishnetwork.com/SupportSection/remote-setup, I hope this helps.
Please tell us what your TV and freeview box models are. If you're TV is fairly modern, your best bet is a SCART lead, assuming your freeview box has a scart plug. Here's a picture of the scart set up;
Tell me a little more about how the receiver is connected to the tv and if this is present on both tvs at the same time and lastly what brand and model of tv you have. I recently had an issue somewhat similar to this but need more information to make an educated hypothesis.
Este receptor de satelite tiene salidas RCA con video (amarillo) sonido izquierdo (Blanco) y sonido derecho (rojo) que pueden ser conectados a una tarjeta de video en la computadora, ya sea PCI (como el All-In-Wonder) o USB (come el Aver-Media).
Espero esto le sea util.
Translated: This satellite receiver has RCA video (yellow), left sound (white), and right sound (red) outputs that can be connected to a PCI or USB video recorder.