TV Repeater Operation Question
I have a question about the TV IR repeater, it drives me nuts. My 2018 Allegro RED 33AA has 4 TV's, 3 inside plus an external one. All TV's are the same brand and a single remote will operate any one of them. When using a remote to turn either the lounge TV or the cockpit TV the other TV comes on too. When changing channels or adjusting volume on one TV the other TV will turn on (usually on a different channel). Sometimes the bedroom TV joins in on the fun so it is possible to have all 3 inside TV's on with different channels being displayed. Is this normal? The outside TV doesn't seem to respond the same way? All 4 TV's have a small box mounted on them or in close proximity that appears to be the receiver for the repeater system. The current process is to turn on a TV or in this case the cockpit & lounge TV and maybe bedroom TV, then find what I want to watch on the preferred TV and manually turn off the unwanted TV (except the cockpit TV which has no access to the TV manual controls which requires a bit more elaborate process to watch). I only need the surround sound/blue ray player to be controlled by the repeater. How can I make this annoying behavior stop? I'm guessing the repeater is in the cabinet along with HDMI boxes, correct? Is there a way to disconnect all but the SS/blue ray player?
Thanks for any & all suggestions,
2018 Tiffin Allegro Red 33AA
2006 Jeep Liberty