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Recorder On playback of a dailey recorded program the screen goes pink for extended periods of time ( 1- 3 ) minutes --numerous times (5-6) during the one hour playback

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The first thing I would do is turn the receiver off. Dish Network receivers download new software when the receiver is off. Wait for about an hour or so, or even keep if off all night. If this doesn't do it, try unplugging the receiver for about 15 sec. or so and then plug it back in and try it again. Most likely, the rcvr has a bad hard drive and the data is corrupt so I would call Dish Network and have them send you a new receiver.

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