Friday, February 3, 2017

Not much difference: Interacting with Mom's TV

This is, indeed, a very interesting but humorous type of interaction for me. At first I had refused to even go near Mom's TV, but in the summer of 2016 I decided to bite the bullet and grab a hold of this situation.

Mom's TV is very moody at the best of times but when she works she really does.  Mom has two separate remotes to make her TV work but I have figured out a way to get around this.

I can turn her TV on and off with the buttons at the top of the TV and I can also increase and decrease the volume the same way. I only need to use the remote to flick the channels.

I do not mind doing it this way because I cannot navigate her remote without being shown where the numbers on the numpad are positioned.  Ah yes!  Just another humorous challenge for me.

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