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6214...Hunt and Fr1

I have a DCT 6214 as soon as I plug the unit on, the unit turns on with a code of Eb09 then it goes cucles through hunt and Fr 1 -10. It repeats it self then it reminds blinking with hunt Fr 1. I am not able to power on or off the unit and the unit not seem to take and commands from either the remote or directly the unit...PLEASE HELP

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  • Anonymous Feb 02, 2009

    That's happening to me too. It's getting super annoying.

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