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Did you lose your HDMI after getting L4.09

Discussion in 'ViP612/622/722/722K DVR Support Forum' started by Ron Barry, Jul 20, 2007.

Did you lose your HDMI with L4.09?

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  2. No I did not

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  1. mwsmith2

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    Ron,

    Here's a pic of what I see at the test screen. Tv is a KDS-70Q006, HDMI connection is direct.
     

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  2. BillJ

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    Got 409 on my 65" RPTV last week but it uses component input. Have a new Samsung 37" LCD in the bedroom with a 2nd 622 that still hasn't received 409. Since it's connected via HDMI, I'm glad it hasn't. I wonder if E* has stopped sending 409 after all these complaints. Sounds like a serious issue with 409.
     
  3. CyberZombie

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    VIP662 ---> PT-AX100U

    With the switch (2X1 Manual HDMI Switch - Push Button Type) or without the switch flicker is same :(

    HDMI Test shows nothing...

    Should I call DishNetwork?
     
  4. Mike D-CO5

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    I have a problem occasionaly that was introduced with L 4.05 . I sometimes get a staticky or white snow screen on my dvi input when I turn on the 622 or I reboot it. I am using hdmi to dvi adapter. It is usually easy to fix by turning off the tv and then turning it on again.
     
  5. jim209

    jim209 New Member

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    Roll back to 405, it's ok now.
     
  6. Jim5506

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    My HDMI had physically failed, but I put a rubber band on it last night (pulling it to the center of the unit) and it's working now.
     
  7. Mike D-CO5

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    DISH -cutting edge technology - but we don't forget the past. Use a rubber band on your hdmi cable if any problems.:sure:
     
  8. wje

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    Unfortunately, it won't last forever. This is the well-known 'broken solder joint' connector failure. Get a replacement, unless you want to use component. On the other hand, chewing gum might well fix it permanently.:lol:
     
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