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Audio Problem on a Pionneer DVR-810H Recorder

I am resubmitting a problem with the correct Tivo.

I have a Pioneer DVR-810H with Tivo.

I have lost audio on channel 3 only.

All other channels work fine.

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Thinking the problem might be the cable box..I bypassed the Tivo and hooked the cable box direct...there was audio on ch. 3 ....reconnected the Tivo and the audio was fine...strange?

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Ken Havel
Greenville,WI

Posted on Oct 11, 2008

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