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DVR won't turn on

It has power as it is plugged into the same surge protector as my tv and it works. I think it was zapped last night though. In the diplay area where channels and time are displayed there is a circle with a dot to the right of it. How do I fix this?

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If think it has been zapped - then you nor any one else will fix it. Actually this looks like loss of signal. So check out the aerial connections.

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