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Dont know your brand, but it sounds that your interface board (power) is not holding low voltage(5V) to main brd. It is not something I or anyone can guide you thru this unless you have an electronics troubleshooting background. In other words, no easy fix here, sorry. I would suggest taking unit to a qualified shop in your area.
hi this s grizmofreak
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this s because of the secondary emissions of picture tube, and once the supply stops the emmissions from the picture tube wont stop for few seconds and horzontal scannin problem.
I would replace or at least resolder the connections on the cable jack on the tv itself. You seem to have a loose ground or cold solder joint on the ground portion of the jack. Be sure as well to check that your actual cable has a good solid end on it as well.
Humax are having problems and are starting to send out software upgrades (night-time updates) - seems to be related to the new formats on the MUXs for the digital switch-over. Our 9150T hasn't been fixed yet but due any day (I hope)
Go into the menu and check the signal strenth to see if its going up and down or if its a stead as a rock. I have seen this problem be the reciver as I was a satillite contractor for 5 years in the past and I have installed 1000's. I have also seen your poblem be a small brance in the distance cause the freezing, also a bad connector from the lnb on the dish to the multiswitch, or a bad connector on the back of the reciver or even a pinch in the wire but the most common thing I have found would be a loose connection on the back of the reciver with the fitting wasent screwed on all the way.. If the signal is rock steady, the reciver will need to be replaced as the recivers dont pay to be repaired. good Luck