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Here are the quick solutions which might be solve your issues.
 
* The distance of the Amazon Fire Stick remote from the device is a factor to consider. The remote works well when it is within 10 ft of the device. If you have a large room or hall, bring the remote closer to the TV, within the range.
* The FireStick remote connects to the device via Bluetooth and not infrared rays. This means that the remote and FireStick do not have to be in the line of sight of each other. But, keeping the device inside a cabinet or in an enclosure might obstruct the signals. It will be a good idea to bring it out in the open to see if that’s what was causing the problem
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Here are the quick solutions which might be solve your issues.
 
* The distance of the Amazon Fire Stick remote from the device is a factor to consider. The remote works well when it is within 10 ft of the device. If you have a large room or hall, bring the remote closer to the TV, within the range.
* The FireStick remote connects to the device via Bluetooth and not infrared rays. This means that the remote and FireStick do not have to be in the line of sight of each other. But, keeping the device inside a cabinet or in an enclosure might obstruct the signals. It will be a good idea to bring it out in the open to see if that’s what was causing the problem
* Try not to keep a lot of electrical devices near FireStick as it may cause interference in the signal. [https://passwordrecoverys.com/amazon-fire-stick-black-screen|https://passwordrecoverys.com/amazon-fire-stick-black-screenhttps://passwordrecoverys.com/amazon-fire-stick-black-screen|++Why won't my fire stick turn on++]
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Edit by: Babette Uno ,

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Here are the quick solutions which might be solve your issues.
 
* The distance of the Amazon Fire Stick remote from the device is a factor to consider. The remote works well when it is within 10 ft of the device. If you have a large room or hall, bring the remote closer to the TV, within the range.
* The FireStick remote connects to the device via Bluetooth and not infrared rays. This means that the remote and FireStick do not have to be in the line of sight of each other. But, keeping the device inside a cabinet or in an enclosure might obstruct the signals. It will be a good idea to bring it out in the open to see if that’s what was causing the problem
* Try not to keep a lot of electrical devices near FireStick as it may cause interference in the signal. [https://passwordrecoverys.com/amazon-fire-stick-black-screen|https://passwordrecoverys.com/amazon-fire-stick-black-screen]
* Try not to keep a lot of electrical devices near FireStick as it may cause interference in the signal. [https://passwordrecoverys.com/amazon-fire-stick-black-screen|https://passwordrecoverys.com/amazon-fire-stick-black-screen]

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Original post by: Babette Uno ,

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Here are the quick solutions which might be solve your issues.

* The distance of the Amazon Fire Stick remote from the device is a factor to consider. The remote works well when it is within 10 ft of the device. If you have a large room or hall, bring the remote closer to the TV, within the range.
* The FireStick remote connects to the device via Bluetooth and not infrared rays. This means that the remote and FireStick do not have to be in the line of sight of each other. But, keeping the device inside a cabinet or in an enclosure might obstruct the signals. It will be a good idea to bring it out in the open to see if that’s what was causing the problem
* Try not to keep a lot of electrical devices near FireStick as it may cause interference in the signal.

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