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No. A remote must be able to learn IR codes or already have the Lutron codes installed.

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No, the MIR-600 uses line-of-sight infrared as its communication technology. Homelink works with radio frequency wireless technologies. The two are incompatible.

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Unfortunately, there's not a lot of black magic involved here. 99.9% chance is that the product is either wired incorrectly or that it failed during the installation or uninstallation (which is likely if either took place while power was still on).

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It may be too late given the date of this post, but the buzzing has nothing to do with the bulbs (usually, dimmers and lamp buzzing are a common problem which is why you probably got the suggestion), but in your case, you have radio-frequency interference from the dimming circuit leaking into the audio circuit. The best things you can do is either minimize the RFI, or separate the audio circuit away from the dimming circuit. Based on what you're saying about the PC input, it sounds like the main culprit is that specific audio wire going between the PC and the sound system - can it be run differently so that its further away from the dimmer/circuit. Are the PC and the dimmer on the same breaker? - If so, maybe noise is radiating from the dimmer into the PC through the power wiring - putting on different breakers could help.
One more note, the best dimmers, in terms of RFI performance, are reverse-phase control dimmers (usually designed for electronic-low-voltage... and be careful because they often get confused with magnetic low-voltage... and those will not help. Without going into too many specifics, the ELV dimmers have a much softer on/off/on/off dimming cycle when compared to standard incandescent dimmers (this is a circuitry thing with a much more complicated explanation), but as a result, they tend to have significantly fewer issues with RFI. They can be an expensive solution for simple problem solving, but the MIRELV-600 should do the trick (again, don't be fooled, the MIRLV-600 is the magnetic low-voltage product, and for what you're doing, won't help).

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Is there another one in the house? The best thing you can do is to first figure out if the issue is with the remote or with the MIR-600. (use one remote on that dimmer, another dimmer - than a second remote on that dimmer, and another dimmer - does the issue stay with the dimmer or the remote)? Regardless, there tech support center can help you out pretty effectively at 1-800-523-9466

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Your issue is pretty vague. Their technical support center can help you diagnose very effectively - 1-800-523-9466

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Your TV is "going off" because the power supply is failing.

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Unless you fix it yourself, likely not. There are probably bad capacitors on the power supply board. I assume that the warranty is long since expired...

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fixya is not dstv notify them

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There are several power adapters for the Durabrand PDV-709 portable DVD player. Amazon has two that I found quickly and . These are not Durabrand labeled but they are compatible with your DVD player.

I hope this helps.

Cindy Wells

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The power board controls the back lights. The issue appears to be related to that. However it could be the LED back lights are having an intermittent failure, if that is the case, replacing the power board wont help. Troubleshooting the LEDS when they are intermittent is a problem, you could replace the LED strips and see if that helps and if it does not then you replace the power board

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No polarity. It's AC, not DC. The capacitor is a "non-polar" type.

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Use code search on your URC to find something that works. If a search through all codes stored in the URC fails, try a different one.

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Which travel channels do you watch for the most of time? I refused from cable and analogue TV channels, happily Youtube offers very decent content today. Here's a great list of top travel channels on YouTube , enjoy.

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