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I currently have 1 6100 and 3 4100 receivers. 2 of the 3 4100s and the 6100 work fine. This afternoon the reception on the other 4100 started to fade and now after multiple switch checks I don't get any signal to it at all. I moved that 4100 to another location and then it works fine. My guess is a failed port on the multi switch. Would this be correct? Also I am on an expired rental contract. Because I still rent all my receivers will Bell charge me for a service call? Thanks for any input.
 

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All ports on switch appear active after switching outputs. My guess is it is the cable running from switch to receiver. I will try that next. I am hoping to avoid the dreaded call to Bell where I am run through all the various checks I have already done only to have to book a service call anyway.
 

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I hear yah Pinza. LOL I am going to try a light sanding of the various connections as well as checking the junction at the wall. There was a spark when I unscrewed the connector as the receiver was still powered. Don't know if this had any bearing on things but I will check. If this doesn't solve things I guess a Valium and a call to Bell is in order. LOL
 

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SUCCESS!

Turns out it was the inside cable. A piece of furniture was pushed right up against the wall connection and had crimped it. Moved the furniture out slightly, straightened the cable and everything is now fine. If it goes again I will purchase a new cable but for now it works perfectly. Thanks to all for their inputs and Pinza, I will save that Valium for another time. LOL
 
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