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I have an Orion TV32rn10d and i have error reporting cannot access digital services although it was working fine this morning

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  • stules2905 Feb 23, 2009

    I have exactly the same problem, i was watching tv, it froze and then it came up with that error from then on, however i cannot find any troubleshooting or assistance phone numbers for orion!

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I had this problem as well.... the TV jsut froze and then it turned onto analogue and when i press the TV/DVB-T button it came up with the following message...

Error
Cannot Access Digital Services

Solution...

I pulled the plug out the back of the TV waited 5 seconds and put it back in...
suprise suprise it works :D

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