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How can I use two Dish UHF remotes?
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Post 1 made on Wednesday April 28, 2010 at 13:09
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February 2005
I've got Dish Network, with the box in the living room connected to a TV there in the living room, and a second TV in my master bedroom. I'm getting ready to split that signal in the bedroom to also feed a TV i'm putting in my office. Yes, I know that the TV's in the bedroom and office will show the same thing. [Incidently, can I just use a regular splitter, or does it need an amplifier or anything?]

So, my real question is, how can I get a remote in the bedroom and a remote in the office. I have two UHF remotes, but when I try to use the new one I just bought for the office, it doesn't work. i assume it has something to do with the remotes address. I also assume I need to make both remotes have the same address? Is this correct? How can I do this?


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