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zlxgriffin
Level 7

Roku remote control buttons act stuck

A couple of weeks ago one of my Roku remote controls began seeming to be stuck in a command such as fast forward etc...now it turns the FB in and off when I’m not even touching it. Have unplugged everything from the wall to reboot, changed the batteries but no luck. It keeps getting worse. We’ve had 2 Roku’s for 5 years now and only one is having this problem. Have read the blogs to find this is it uncommon but haven’t found any answers that resolve the issue.

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DBDukes
Level 14

Re: Roku remote control buttons act stuck

Just for clarity, which button is the "stuck" one? More than one?

There seems to be a typo in your message. "it turns the FB in and off when I’m not even touching it" doesn't make much sense to me. Perhaps edit the post to correct the typo so we can better understand what's happening.

One question anyway: is the "stuck" button always transmitting the command? Or is the situation that when you press a button, multiple commands (or repeated commands) are being executed? Or something else?

DBDukes
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zlxgriffin
Level 7

Re: Roku remote control buttons act stuck

Apologies for the typo. Basically the fast forward, reverse and pause-continue buttons appear to be ‘stuck’ because once you push them, they continue to go forward/backwards and won’t stop unless you exit out of the show or completely out of the streaming service. It seems to be the remote signals are crossing somehow with the other remote signal in the house which is what I’ve seen reported from other users on the blogs. Last night I finally turned the TV off with the remote, set it on the TV stand and the TV turned back on again by itself twice even after I had walked away from the TV. It doesn’t seem to be a battery issue and unplugging the TV from the wall completely to reboot has no affect. Our other TV Roku/remote is working great. 

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Tivoburkee
Level 20

Re: Roku remote control buttons act stuck

Is this a roku tv? Or do you have tv and roku connected to it? If its the latter then you have two remotes that control the tv? where's the tv remote, is it in a cushion, under a book? 

Edmund
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