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Several times I've found my bedroom Panasonic TV on for no apparent reason.

I realized my Living Room Panny is directly under the bedroom Panny. The bedroom is a loft so is open above the Living Room.

Is it possible that my Hopper remote is turning ON the bedroom TV when turning OFF the Living Room TV? It only seems to happen when my daughter stays up late watching TV.

If this is the case, how can I fix this? It's not a Hopper/Joey conflict, it's a conflict with TVs. I'm not aware of any way to change the remote address of a TV. It doesn't happen with the regular TV remotes or the old 722/622 remotes in the old system.

It's very odd waking up in the middle of the night and your TV is on...

· Godfather
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Yes, very odd, as The TV portion of the remote operates on infrared only, and shouldn't be able to control a TV in another room. Try the remote with another person in the bedroom and see what happens. Let us know!
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