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Old 09-22-2012, 04:03 AM - Thread Starter
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I have a Harmony 650 which I like very much, but either it, the tv or the avr is doing something annoying.

Paired to control the tv (samsung UN46ES7100), avr (denon 2312), and dvr (hr22-100) and a BD player. The problem is: When I press "watch tv" it succesfully turns on the proper components (avr, dvr, tv) for about 10 seconds, but then the tv stops playing the signal from the dvr and displays the Denon's home screen. Another press of the watch tv button puts everything where it should be and works fine from there.

Any ideas?

Denon X3100W
Klipsch RB-61 II (Fronts), Klipsch RC-52 II (Center)
Deftech StudioMonitor 350 (surrounds)
Klipsch SW-115 (sub)
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Old 09-23-2012, 05:32 PM
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Sounds like an HDMI handshake issue. Try playing with the power on delays (lengthen or shorten) until it works the way you want.

1) Press & hold HELP button for 5-8 seconds until you enter a sub menu.

2) Choose "CHANGE DELAY"

3) Choose device (TV or AVR)

4) Choose "POWER ON DELAY"

5) Adjust time in seconds

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