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Delayed or no response to remote or set buttons onPVR 9200t Set seems to lock out. Problem is intermittent.

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Hello, just take out the battteries and change them. If not ring the company your with on your phone and ask them to get you a new one (cost of remote contol varies with company but some are free) I hpe i have solved your problemo! :)

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