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How to Pair Remotes to two TVs

(Topic created on: 27-07-2021 12:36 PM)
Martin C
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I have two Q60T QLED TV's side by side.

At the moment, the two remotes operate both TV's simultaneously. i.e. if I use Remote 1 or 2 to turn on, both TVs turn on.

How do I go about having Remote 1 control TV 1, and Remote 2, control TV 2?

I actually have a full and smart remote for each TV, i.e. 4 remotes. The Smart Remote seems to suggest that I can repair the remote by pointing it at the TV and pressing the Return and Play button, but when I do that it doesn't make the remote specific to a TV. 

Any guidance would be appreciated.

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APARMAR
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The smart remote is bluetooth so that is why it controls both tv's. If you have a non smart remote, then that is your only option to stop both tv's turning on together.
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Martin C
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Thanks for the clarification, at the moment both the non-smart remote are also activating both TVs, so how do I separate the two non-bluetooth remotes so they only operate one TV?

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APARMAR
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Since they are so close to each other, there is unfortunately no way to individually control them apart from using the smartthings app to seperately control them.
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