Question about DISH Network IR Remote Control
There could be an IR interference from another source, perhaps florescent lights, DVD player, TV, etc. To locate the source, leave everything off except the receiver and TV. Turn one component on at a time and try the remote to see if the remote still works or not. If it still works, turn on next component. Try the remote until it stops working. Once you find the source,try moving it to a new location. If you don't find the source, then we may need to replace the receiver. I hope this helps.
Posted on Feb 02, 2011
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