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Hr20-700 ota went missing from guide

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#1 OFFLINE   kd4ao



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Posted 22 July 2010 - 07:38 AM

Couple days ago the over the air channels went missing from the Guide on my HR20-700. Couldn't get them back until I did a red button reset. This is the first time for this to happen but other stange things have been happening from time to time. Hope it isn't going out becasue having the ATSC tuners is very handy here in SW Florida when the nearly daily evening thunderstorms roll by and the Satelites get lost. I just switch over to the -1 and its back on the local news.
I wonder if anyone else has seen this happen.

HR-24 200 Wired Network, 42" Toshiba LCD, Bose 321
HR-20 700 Wireless Networked, 32" Sylvania LCD
H-20 100 22" Sony LCD
SWM-16, 3 Rcvrs in my Apt. & 5 Rcvrs in 2 Neighbors Apts.
APC Battery backups on all TVs/Rcvrs and SWM PI
Network is Cisco Valet Plus wirelessly linked to LinkSys
WRT54gs router running DD-WRT firmware Repeater Bridged

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