Question about Arris DSR922
I didn't know not to unplug the 922 during mem. battery replacement. I wrote down the receiver id numbers but I need a repair station near North Florida to revive the receiver if possible. Thanks ... steve...firstname.lastname@example.org
ATS electronics can repair the board that died. running out of boards is not a problem. the dsr-920 receiver is junk if the battery dies..the chip that stores the unit ID number is no longer manufactured....
Posted on Aug 08, 2009
If you have lost your receiver ID number you will need a new main board.
Check the receiver number in the status screen. If it matches the UA number on the back sticker you are ok, if not the only solution is replacing the main board. ATSelectronics.com still had some boards when I last checked. But when they run out were all screwed.
Motorola didn't make any provisions for renewing the ID number.
That really sucks motorola ;-(
Posted on Jan 29, 2009
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