H21/200 Connection issue

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  1. WestDC

    WestDC Well-Known Member

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    System SWIM with RB LNB Single wire.

    H21/200 Connected with inline Deca1MRO-01 -3 green lights -LAN port Flashing - Problem Not connected to internet. Reconnect -Fails
    1.Press Red button-Unit resets
    2. Fail -775 can not find swm
    3. I then remove DECA and connect Direct to SAT 1 it finds the Dish and TV picture appears.

    Great perhaps the old white deca is problem. Order 2 DCA2SR0-01 -thay arrive today.

    1. Connect New deca - Unit can not fine Sat -775 -internet port is flashing (data transfer) - okay - I ordered 2 so I put a Another new one on and the same fail -775.
    2. Connect RG6 Direct to Sat port 1 all is fine (no) wh of course.

    Any Suggestions?

    Where the H21 is located I really Do not need to get to the play list - but it is bugging me - I oknow i could get a replacement receiver - How ever I do not really want to get on that train.
     
  2. Rich

    Rich DBSTalk Club DBSTalk Club

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    You have a power inserter? That might be the problem. Every time I've had a 775 error it's been a PI that needed to be reset.

    Rich
     
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  3. WestDC

    WestDC Well-Known Member

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    I have a HR54-(2) HR22-100 1-C61K all are Fine on my PI-29
     
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    Rich DBSTalk Club DBSTalk Club

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    I have nothing else. I get not wanting to call for a replacement. Just the thought of calling them sickens me.

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  5. jimmie57

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    If all of those are fine then you must have a problem in the coax / connections in the line feeding this receiver. It only takes a tiny bit of looseness of a connection to cause this error.
     

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