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Yes. I saw that too on Dish Network. Very strange. WE watch on the local NBC station.
If you have a 54.0 remote press and hold the back button. If you are using the TV remote I usually use the input button to switch to the H3.
The default has always been No Thanks and it is not changeable. Your the first person in all the years I have had a Hopper that has complained...
One OTA tuner dongle per Hopper is the limit.
Yes you can use 2 EHD's with your Hopper3. Many folks doing that. I believe 3 is also possible.
The dimensions you have are correct. The one's from Dish are wrong. You can download the product sheet here...
Exactly what I said its not included with the receiver. You have to buy it separately.
No OTA tuner has been included in Dish receivers for several years now. This started with the VIP series (722 I believe) and continues with the...
I don't believe so. The issue occurs when DA is resident in the system tray.
Dishanywhere does let the display turn off (sleep). Tell it not to start with windows and you should be all right. Worked for me.
Empty the trash manually.
Buy an new remote. Its most likely broken. Available on Ebay.
Autohop delays by network:
All CBS 7 days
ABC O&O 3 days all others next day
Fox 7 days
NBC O&O 7 days? All others next day.
This all based on my...
You still can't do it with out using a DPH42 switch which is required for 2 H3s' on a single account. You can't have receivers on 2 different...
No. He has a different account. Dish Receivers can only be active on one account at a time.
If you have a 40.0 remote and the new CUI press Menu twice and then go to Tools. You will find the options there on your HWS. I believe all timers...
Dish's OTA adapter works well for me. Dish is not updating guide data for most sub-channels -02 and so on. The -01 channels generally have data.
Not unusual at all. Most of them don't.
You certainly can backup your timers and settings to the DVR and remote and restore them to the H3.