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Nile IRP2+ Hi experts, We have a simple Niles IRP2+ installed. This send our satellite TV signal elsewhere. Recently the satellite decoder was changed and now the IRP2+ is not sneding the signal to the other room. Any ideas? Frustrated Aussie

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Try a new flasher or a new IPR2+ ... I have had some Niles Emmiters fail.

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