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Topic # 112856 23-Dec-2012 22:47
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Hi All

I have a  JCMatthew DVR320t that isnt behaving properly.

Started out OK I could watch freeview record and playback shows 

Now I am unable to view anything The display on the front panel just shows BOOT 

the Plasma (which works fine via it built in HD decoder) displays a green screen and static noise 

I have tried different HDMI ports (no luck)
I have tried setting up composite (no Luck)
Tried HDMI cables I know work from another set  (no luck)

Is there anyone out there that may have a solution or should I trash it and purchase another STB

Thanks in Advance

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  Reply # 736730 23-Dec-2012 22:59
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How old is it? Could return it to the retailer, as even if out of warranty, it may possibly be still be covered by the CGA.

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  Reply # 736812 24-Dec-2012 11:32
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There's another thread here about an unrelated problem with this PVR. I'm sure someone had the same issue, and it was suggested it might be power supply related?

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