If possible, one solution would have been to pair the working remote with the other box. That would have isolated the bad remote as the cause.
Thanks for the info, I will monitor and let you know the results.When you set your series recordings you are often (but not always) presented with the option to record "HD", SD, or "this particular channel". If you choose the particular channel, you should not get the duplicates. But sometimes you are not presented with the channel option and you'll simply need to delete the duplicates.
Problem solved. I had HDMI switch installed between my Amazon Fire stick and old 9836 box. The Ignite box did not like that switch and that was causing the problem, removed it, problem gone.I have another problem. When I first set up my Ignite TV with 3 Ignite boxes all was good. But I needed 2 more boxes, but when you turn the new ones on they don't want to come online. If I cold reboot them they came back online. Any ideas.
Thanks for the update.Don't worry about the lights and don't try to change the light settings. The box doesn't "turn off" when you press power. It simply goes into standby after a set period of time like 5 hours and there is no significant power difference between "on" and "off" (standby). Less than 0.2W.