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#1 OFFLINE   tigerwillow1

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Posted 02 December 2013 - 05:22 PM

My 722 crashes at least once a day.  Definition of crash in this case: Either "complete signal loss" for satellite stations, or its OTA counterpart.  When the satellite signal is lost, OTA stations work, and vice-versa.  Recordings can still be played, although responses to remote commands can take as long as 10 seconds.  A power reset always restores operation.  Is this sufficient reason to get a replacement receiver from Dish?  Is it possible that the problem is in the dish itself?



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