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Please tell me your exact model number of Jensen TV, or what ever tv it is. Why does your switch have a light?

When you toggle the switch, you have to do it 3 times, waiting 2.5 seconds in between. There is also a way to overide the switch altogether in a progrmaming mode on some Jensens.

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Hit Setup On Remote.
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