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Remote After moving, my remote will not work my receiver (VSX-D912) But works my TV? Remote # XXD3056. Is there a way to that the remote may have been reset some how. If so what do I need to do? Thanks Dave

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If your tv and reciever are the same brand then it is posible that the IR for your reviever needs to be replaced.or you are not switching the button thst belongs to the sets.if you are using a universal remote then you have to push the button that belongs to the set you want to operate,good luck.

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