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Thomson DT!6300-16 has stopped working

When I switch on the DTI6300-16 (Top-Up TV box) the red LED flashes constantly and quickly.
I cannot change, (via the Remote Control) from analogue to digital on my (Panasonic 37" plasma) TV.
The DTI6300-16 has worked properly for the past 12 months.
Is the box broken or is a local solution posible?

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  • KST2000 Dec 04, 2008

    I have logged this already but basically I have the same problem. Red light continually flashing. I would appreciate any feedback on how to get the system working again.

  • swanlee Dec 10, 2008

    my DT16300 has also stopped working from start of Dec. I can view the chanels but cannot record, pause live TV etc, and all my saved recordings have been removed "due to corruption?".

    any help / advice?

  • bazzer1956 Dec 10, 2008

    dti6300-25 - was working ok when i fell asleep - woke up to green LED on - but would not show any channels - removed mains supply and refitted - now all i get is flashing LED and nothing else - fan and hardrive seem to be running

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Usually to fix most odd problems on the Thomson digi box you should do a hard disk format every couple of months, select menu, setup, help,
press green button on remote
this shows advanced menu, press blue button, warning should show,
press green button to proceed
takes about 2mins you lose all recorded programs

If the problem is the box stays at red, and won't switch on,
pull the mains plug wait a few secs then push and hold the the standby
button on the main box (not remote) then insert mains plug, as soon as the
red light flashes release the standby button and very quickly press
menu and OK in that order, don't hang about, it has to be done very quickly
I had to do it several times before I got it right, this loads a preloaded firmware
and the box will come alive again the box will upload new firmware in a couple of hours.

good luck from Ron.........

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Have replaced the unit with a Humax PVR-9300T

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