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Monday, December 5th, 2022 11:56 PM

Program remote to turn off epson projector

I have the DirecTV stream programmed for my setup: Epson Home Cinema 5050ub projector, Okyo TX-RZ50 receiver, DIrecTV Stream.

The DirectTV (and other inputs) are connected to the receiver, the receiver to the projector - all by HDMI. This "mostly" works.

The remote controls everything but does not turn the projector off. The projector, like the remote, has a dedicated "off" key. How can I get the remote to send "off"?

Also, is there any way for "on" (or another button) to select a specific input on the receiver?

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19.6K Messages

1 year ago

Hello @CCVirginia , thanks for reaching us.

 

We'll be glad to help you out enjoying your favorite programming in your preferred devices. Here,  you can find more details about how to program your DIRECTV STREAM remote control to manage other devices.

 

Please let us know how it goes after following these steps.


Norman, DIRECTV Social Media Specialist.

New Member

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11 Messages

1 year ago

As I explained above, I have already programed the remote and it mostly works. The issue is that the configuration for the Epson projector is not correct,  it does not send "off" .

Tutor

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12 Messages

4 months ago

I'm having the opposite problem. After programming, it does not turn the projector on but does turn it off.

New Member

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11 Messages

4 months ago

Point the remote at the projector.  If this works you need a remote extender as I did, but mine still does not turn off. 

Community Support

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19.6K Messages

4 months ago

Hi, @CCVirginia. We're sorry if your remote does not let your projector turn off. Please click this link Fix your DIRECTV remote | DIRECTV Customer Service & Support for pairing guide. I'll send you a DM for further assistance. -Armando, DIRECTV Community Specialist


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