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Staion stuck on one picture and not responding but other stations

I am watching Ugly Betty and the station is stuck or the satellite signal is frozen or something All the opther stations are operating correctly what gives?

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If all other stations are normal, then I believe that it is a problem with the station broadcast or the feed from your TV provider. I don't think you have anything to worry about on your end. It will most likely be all back to normal by the time you see this solution.

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