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I have Dish Network with the Hopper. My reviver has a HDMI slot and hooked mt Roku but cannot find how to switch the "input" to what Netflicks. Ugh, been at it for hours!!

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Use your TV remote "input" "source" or "tv video" input button. If using the.Dish remote press the clear tv button then input. Repeat to go back to HDMI. Make sure you press sat to change channels once you get back on the HDMI input for dish

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