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I am trying to get my RF20 remote to learn the Zone 2 buttons of my Denon AVR 791 receiver. However, when I try to do this it does not work. I am Trying to use the "Auto" button for the Audio reciever as the Zone selector. Also, to switch to Zone on the Denon remote you have to switch zones, select "Amp button" then select the zone on button. How can I program this? Thank you

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