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Harley32
Level 7

2 roku tv's on same network wanted both wired, one has to be wired the other wireless?

I have 2 roku smart tv's. They work great one at a time. I tried hooking both up wired but one will work the other will not find network. I switched to wireless, and both will not work wirelessly either. But one will work wireless and the other will work wired. Double ckd EVERYTHING so I switched them. The one I had wireless went to wired and the one wired went to wireless. They both worked again. But I still can not get them both wired. One..does not matter wich one it is.. will not find network when the other one does??

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makaiguy
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Re: 2 roku tv's on same network wanted both wired, one has to be wired the other wireless?

I see nobody has replied in 12 hours.  I expect this is because yours is a really unusual problem and so far nobody has any suggestions. 

I know I have two Roku sticks and one Roku tv all connected to the same network via WiFi and I've never experienced what you describe. 

What router model are you using?

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