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Light and fan turns on by themselves - Interference

Light and fan turns on by themselves - I believe it is an interference problem - How do I adjust the receiver range down?

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This is not a interference problem.impossible!!
there not any way to turn the receiver range down.reset the tv by pressing the system reset button on the front of the tv.

Posted on Jul 15, 2009


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