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post #9 of (permalink) Old 2012-07-03, 09:17 PM
Join Date: May 2011
Location: GTA (Greater Toronto Area) , ON
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Check your signal strength on Transponers 05,13, and 21 ensure they are above 75%, if it isn't the signal is currently to blame (Can't recall where the guide is stored as per transponder) also go to menu 6 1 3 and ensure that you do not have any warnings present in terms of LNB Drift (Highly Unlikely but possible)

Also try doing check switch with Menu 6 1 1 and selecting check switch and then let the receiver finish it, once it is complete exit all the menus and let it come back by itself (Progress for signal) and see if it fixes itself

If that doesn't work and your signal is high enough and you don't have any problems in terms of the LNB or switchs, you may need to clear your NVRAM (Instructions are on this link )
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