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Tv problem mitsubishi wd62725 ir location

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.
Do you know?

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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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