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When using remote for the DVR there is a 10 second delay. There never used to be. There isn't a delay on the other receiver. Can you help?

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Hi cadroste there is a few simple solutions to what's goingon. The first thing you want to make sure the batteries are no older than 60days. Then you want to make sure if there were any changes to the room there isno interference such as computer tower or florescent lighting. As well if it ison TV2 you want to make sure the Remote Antenna on the back of the receiver is screwedin hand tight. If it is the 2nd TV you may need to add a booster cable to theback, it will boost the signal to the 2nd TV. The last thing you will want todo is reprogram the remote, I will send a link showing how to do that.
http://www.dishnetwork.com/SupportSection/remote-control

Mike Houston DISH Network

Posted on Jan 18, 2011

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