12-08-2010 10:18 PM
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12-09-2010 04:34 AM
I'm having exactly the same problem with the AVR button. It turns on my receiver every time but won't turn it off. So far I can't find a solution. It's odd because my Logitech Harmony universal remote works flawlessly to control the same device.
12-09-2010 05:52 AM - edited 12-09-2010 05:53 AM
I had a very similar problem. Then I attached the IR blaster to the revue and put the infared side directly on the IR reciever area of my AVR using double sided tape---problem gone.
12-09-2010 06:10 AM
When I try to turn it off my TV does get a command because I can see the light blink on the TV when I press the button, but nothing happens.
The Revue is about 5 inches from my TV IR receiver.
12-09-2010 07:41 AM
I've added the LG 50PS60 TV to my own Revue here in the office. From what I can see, the Revue is attempting to send a command named "PowerOn". This would explain why the TV only turns ON, and not OFF. The Revue would need the command named PowerToggle in order to power the TV both ON and OFF.
Does your TV's OEM remote work? As with most TVs, I'll guess that the OEM remote has one button that is used to power the TV both ON and OFF (contrast to dedicated ON and dedicated OFF buttons). If your OEM remote works, try teaching the Revue. Just remember that when teaching Revue a new command, the syntax is crucial in this case as PowerToggle is a keyword.
Once you've taught the Revue the PowerToggle command, you'll need to assign the controller keyboard's TV Power button to use this new command.
Let me know if this helps. Please PM me otherwise, and I'll see what else I can come up with for you.
12-09-2010 07:46 AM - edited 12-09-2010 07:47 AM
What's the make and model of your AVR?
Similar to my post above in this thread, I would think the issue is the same, if not similar. Since your Harmony Remote is able to control the AVR just fine, I'd think it's the Power command that the Revue is using. The Harmony Remote would usually take advantage of discrete power commands where available.
In the Revue's case, it would be best to utilize the Toggle command, as Revue on it's own isn't keeping track of the smartstate.
12-09-2010 07:53 AM
Applications>Settings>Input Devices>Customize Controller.
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12-09-2010 08:01 AM
No worries! But certainly let us know what happens, as this'll help others in the future too.
To teach Revue a command named PowerToggle, you can try this:
1. Launch the Settings application (Home > Menu +S)
2. Choose Input Devices
3. Choose Customize Controller keys. A display of the controller keyboard will appear on your TV.
4. Choose the TV Power button
5. Under TV Power Key, choose Command
6. Choose -Assign IR code-
7. Follow the on screen steps, and Revue will explicitly ask for a PowerToggle command.