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Missed it by THAT much! (apologies to Maxwell Smart)
The answer seems simple enough to me. Have you tried removing the external drive and see if the issue persists?
The line from the dish to the power inserter should be solid core copper, but the other ones can be copper clad steel.
If it's from the dish to the power inserter, or dish to the Genie without using an external power inserter, then it should be solid copper.
I'm curious what the technical reasons are for not watching a 4k tv in 4k if you have a C61k client.
They never did support it. They have removed the esata port from the latest HR54s.
It used to be that you had to have a 4k set for every 4k client at the install. Has that changed?
CCS is copper clad steel and SCC is solid copper coaxial. It's the type of wire in the coax cable. The run from the dish to the power inserter is...
I'll bet that 130 ft run is CCS, not SCC.
Why is it a joke to have a built in power inserter?
Are you eligible for locals? If so that's why you lost the west coast channels. 550 miles west of Anchorage? Do you live on Nunivak Island?
You said it's wireless. There is no such thing as a wireless 4k mini.
You have an HR54, reverse band lnb, but a non 4k mini? Why?
Assuming you have other boxes in your setup, do they operate correctly?
Depending upon your recent upgrades, payment history, stuff like that, you may be able to get a free upgrade. You might have to play csr roulette...
It depends upon your psychological attachment, not just the physical. You obviously didn't really enjoy smoking, which is good! I did like it, a...
I was a minimum 6 pack/day plus a 1/2 pint a day on the weekends. That in addition to a LOT of weed. Once I finally made the decision to quit it...
Yes, 44 years this past April 1st, no joke!
Jack and I were good friends many years ago. I haven't seen him in quite a while.
A reverse band LNB. You don't actually need one right now, but you will at some point when the 4k signals are sent from the reverse band transponders.