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I have the same problem and from what I've read elsewhere there is not a cheap and easy solution. From what I gather, simple remotes (like what you get w/ your set top box) that use manufacturer's codes for programming treat "on" and "off" as a simple toggle. That means they fire out a singal signal which is supposed to simply change the state of the device from off to on or vice versa. The Onkyo apparently uses different signals for on and off. Because of this we will need to get a "learning remote" which can be programmed to provide a separate signal for any desired function. These tend to be much more expensive which is why they don't just give them out with your set top box. Right now I'm still fiddling with separate remotes until I break down and drop the bucks for the special remote.
Posted on Jun 03, 2009
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