I am using Logitech Harmony 1000 with RF extender. It requires placing an emitter on the mitsubishi wd62725 ir location.
So far the only dependable place is 1 inch up from bottom of screen. (very distracting).
I have checked out websites and factory, and user guide.
This is a DLP set.
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Re: tv problem mitsubishi wd62725 ir location
This remote device works on pulsed IR beams to work, and the fact that the screen refreshes very close to the speed of the controller could be causing the reliability problem..Sorry I don't have a better solution for you....accordianman
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To check to see if your device is controlled by a RF (radio frequency) or IR (infrared) remote:
Power the device on manually
Cover the front of the original remote that came with the device with your hand
Press any button on the remote that you know the device would respond to normally
If the device responds even when your hand is covering the front of the remote, the remote is RF and the device cannot be controlled by the Harmony remote
Another test that can be performed is using digital camera:
Using any digital camera, even one on a cell phone, camcorder or webcam, look through the screen of the camera at the front of the remote
Press a few buttons on the original remote
If you see flashes of light as illustrated, the remote is IR and the Harmony can control it. If the remote does not flash, this original remote is an RF remote and the device cannot be controlled by the Harmony remote
For comparison, try the same steps with a remote control that you know is working correctly, such as the original remote for the TV, or DVD player. You should see the IR emitters flashing when performing this test.
The RF signal is on the XBOX is used for the controllers only.
When using the Harmony 890 with a 360, you will have to use it as an IR (infrared) device. That is the only way to use a remote with the 360. If you have an extra port on your RF extender, you can place the end on the remote senor on the 360 (located under the eject button).
I set these remotes up weekly, it is a product I recommend to people all the time!
But again, the only way to setup a remote with the 360, is to use the IR port as a standard IR remote. Since the controllers run off RF, the learn function will not work, unless you already have 360 remote control to use to do the learn function.
Hope that offers some insight. This information can also be verifies at Microsoft XBOX 360's FAQ page.
I suggest that you contact Logitech to see if the remote is replaceable. are you out of your warranty period? (This is 90 Day free support and 1 year for the Warranty period) Also, when contacting them, have this information ready:
The PID of the remote:
*found under the battery. The P/N of the remote:
*also found under the battery. The PID of the RF Wireless Extender: The P/N of the RF Wireless Extender: Full Name: Phone number: Street: City/Town: Country: Zip/Postal Code:
also let them know that you have already updated the firmware.
You cannot reprogram the samsung remotes. I just installed three samsung tv's on the same wall. I used a harmony 900 remote. It has a rf receiver with an IR blaster two IR emitters. You can designate each emitter to a specific device in the remote. I used the main remote IR for the main tv, The blaster for the a/v receiver,blue ray, ect. Then I used each of the emitters for a tv. I can control each of the tv's independently with no interference.
The RF extender is a add-on device that communicates with the Harmony 1000 remote. You would actually hook up IR eyeballs to your equipment and then plug them into the RF extender. This allows you to have your equipment in a cabinet or closet and have the door shut. The Harmony 1000 sends RF signals to the RF extender and the RF extender sends that signal to the components. This way you don't have to point at the components to control their operation.
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Is there an IR receiver (or if using the RF extender, IR eyeballs connected to device and the RF extender) that you are pointing at to control the CBus lighting? If not, there is no way to control it. The Harmony 1000 will only communicate with the RF extender through Zwave, so you can't communicate with other Zwave devices, like you can with the Harmony 890 for instance.