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kucharsk said:I'd be happy if I could hit backwards skip more than a few times without randomly ending up about 15 minutes back.
I wish I could understand why everybody (Dish and everybody else) is ignoring this problem.JmC said:You won't be happy.
You pick wrong thread.altidude said:I had to do a front panel reset on my 722k again tonight. The 722k stopped responding to the remote and then the picture just went black. Last night the guide froze on screen. I was going weeks between a forced restart until this firmware arrived and now two days in a row.
Well ... since the worlds are not crossing and they has own problem to solve ...John H Jackson said:Working this problem? Really? I wish I could find the slightest evidence. Seems to me like they've been ignoring it for many months.
JmC said:You won't be happy.
Wow. This is really discouraging. As I say, I'm a newbie here and have only ever had one nasty problem with DISH, but on this one, they've proven pretty useless so far. When I found this place, I thought maybe this is where problems might get the attention they deserve.P Smith said:Well ... since the worlds are not crossing and they has own problem to solve ...
Afraid that you are correct. When we first got a 622, "trick play" worked great. Then Dish had the problems with Tivo, and ever since then it has been impossible to stop the action and then step through frame by frame. The picture is liable to jump anywhere. This has been the case on a couple of 622's, our first 722, and now a replacement 722. And it is not the case that the receiver has to jump to a "key frame". No way that "key frames" are 15 minutes, or more, apart.kucharsk said:Basically the "trick play" functions of skipping backwards and forwards have been broken in one way or another for years; I don't expect they'll ever get it right.
I have this happen very rarely, not even within the past 4 months can I remember it happening. If I do see it, it seems to happen on one program and that show only--so after it happens, I know to "skip" slowly--not my usual of 4 clicks at a time.gschroed said:The picture is liable to jump anywhere. This has been the case on a couple of 622's, our first 722, and now a replacement 722. And it is not the case that the receiver has to jump to a "key frame". No way that "key frames" are 15 minutes, or more, apart.