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I replace the tv to the bed room 2 remote and it doesnt work I cant watch cable and the remote is responding to the tv

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Hey brandonericm, sounds like the remote may need to be readdressed to the receiver. I can definitely help with that. Here are some steps to help you:

1. Access System Information from main TV.
2. Note the number on the bottom by Primary/Secondary Remote Address.
3. Hold SAT on TV2 remote until all lights on top come on.
4. Let go and while SAT is blinking enter a number between 1-15 and press #.
5. Press record 3 times and the number should change to the one you chose.

Tommy Faust
DISH Network

Posted on Jan 29, 2011

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