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#1 OFFLINE   rfa5

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Posted 05 June 2002 - 08:11 AM

I currently have two Hughes GCEBO receivers that I use the IR remote control for. These receivers also can be used with RF remote control by hooking up the RF antenna. As a former DISH customer with RF remote controls, they used to have the ability to change the frequency that the remotes operated on so as not to interfere with each other. I don't see this feature on my Hughes receiver...so if I hook up both receivers the remote from one will change channels on both. Is there any way to keep these remotes from changing channels on the "other" receiver? It will turn into a real remote control battle if I hook up both RF antennas!

Bob

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