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After reading most of the posts herein, my husband and I discovered there is an apparent radio transmission conflict between ANY and all Roku, Amazon Fire sticks, etc., with one another. And when we take the batteries out of our Roku stick, the problem immediately stops. So if we watch regular network programming, we remove the batteries from our Roku. Perhaps someone more eloquent in such conflicts can better explain. For now, 100% of the time when we forget and have multiple Vizio remote controls present,present in the roomroom, they cause our Vizio's to begin acting erratically. Simple fix, not so clear explanation. And we can't figure out why it took awhile for this to begin happening, however. No doubt it has something to do with RF.
After reading most of the posts herein, my husband and I discovered there is an apparent radio transmission conflict between ANY and all Roku, Amazon Fire sticks, etc., with one another. And when we take the batteries out of our Roku stick, the problem immediately stops. So if we watch regular network programming, we remove the batteries from our Roku. Perhaps someone more eloquent in such conflicts can better explain. For now, 100% of the time when we forget and have multiple Vizio remote controls present,present in the roomroom, they cause our Vizio's to begin acting erratically. Simple fix, not so clear explanation. And we can't figure out why it took awhile for this to begin happening, however. No doubt it has something to do with RF.

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After reading most of the posts herein, my husband and I discovered there is an apparent radio transmission conflict between ANY and all Roku, Amazon Fire sticks, etc., with one another.  And when we take the batteries out of our Roku stick, the problem immediately stops. So if we watch regular network programming, we remove the batteries from our Roku. Perhaps someone more eloquent in such conflicts can better explain.  For now, 100% of the time when we forget and have multiple Vizio remote controls present, in the room they cause our Vizio's to begin acting erratically.  Simple fix, not so clear explanation.

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