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Sat, Oct 17, 2020 7:55 PM

Broken remote

Our dog chewed up our remote and it no longer works. What should we do? 

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a month ago

Buy a new one 

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a month ago

For which device?  (You posted to an AT&T TV Now forum, so I assume you don't have an AT&T streaming device, since those aren't available to AT&T TV Now subscribers.)

 

If it really is for an AT&T streaming device, it's unclear if you can get a replacement remote directly from AT&T - they don't show them on the website.  You could contact Customer Service to see if they are available.  If not, I've bought one on eBay - or you can use a DirecTV remote or a universal remote programmed with DirecTV codes (but you'd lose the voice control feature).

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