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I have a sharp lc32d64u tv and a dish hd reciever. i programed the remote for the dish and it works fine but when i turn it off then on the remote will not work. dish sent me out two new remotes and a new reciever but it still doesn't work. i read on line that the tv is the problem not dish problem

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There is a problem in the device memory it seems to reset every time the power is turned off, you have to get a tech to inspect the set. Im not sure about your device but it may simply be a empty memory battery inside.

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Ya the problem is only with the tv may be your tv doesnot support that dish , so give the tv to a service center . if you have warranty then go for it

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What are you turning on and off? the dish, the tv, or the remote?

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