Well here is a chance to give back... DBSTalk has created an OTA support forum for users to discuss OTA related issues with their Dish Receivers on a per DMA basis. It will also be used to discuss general OTA issues. If you have an OTA issue, this forums is the place to go.
Overtime It has become obvious that a need for a OTA support forum for Dish receivers was needed. The reason for this forum is to provide a single location to discuss OTA specific issues and to also provide a single location where EPG mapping status can be located.
So how can you be part of the Solution? Well simple.. Create a DMA thread for your area and provide the EPG mapping status that you currently see using your receiver. Rob and Myself created ones for LA and Seattle so you can see how its done. This thread then will be the location where OTA issues for your particular DMA can be brought up. Other items that we should place on the top of the thread is known issues so users can quickly find them.
Well that is the idea behind this forum... It will take members help to make this forum grow and be a useful addition to DBSTalk. I suggest reading the forum rules and the stickies before getting started..
Well hopefully this makes sense and people will participate.... Feel free to provide feedback in this thread. Bad idea? Sucks? Waste of time etc...
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Guest Message by DevFuse
New OTA support area. Chance to be part of the solution.
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Posted 06 April 2007 - 10:00 AM
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