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Topic # 110684 14-Oct-2012 20:19 Send private message

Both are doing it, so Im wondering if it is signal related, but both are showing 99% quality and high 90's strenghts on all 3 mux's

Anyway, its ignoring button presses on the remote for several seconds frequently. Anyone else seeing weird things. Seems strange that 2 boxes purchased ages apart would have the same problem at about the same time. One is in the garage so hardly ever gets used and I just noticed it today when the inside box has been doing it for a while now.




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  Reply # 701136 14-Oct-2012 20:57 Send private message

Seems like it might be a freeview thing:
http://www.geekzone.co.nz/forums.asp?forumid=83&topicid=110523



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  Reply # 701151 14-Oct-2012 21:19 Send private message

Hmmm, I might call them sometime during the week if its not improved. Seems a little whack that they can cause issues like that with something in the signal tho.




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