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Remote I have a motorola dvr set top box and when I press guide, exit, replay, record, info, or live from the dvr remote it will change the volume on my yamaha 6030 receiver. The dvr remote is not programmed for the receiver. The volume changes by 20db up or down. It is very annoying, I know there is no fix for this other than getting a new receiver brand. My sony did not do this. Has anyone had this problem?

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I returned the Yamaha and I bought a Sony receiver.

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