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Our Starmate receiver is stuck on channel 184 and no other channels appear on the display.

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Your best bet is to call the manufacturer or go to their web site and click on support and search your problem in their data base, other owners may have had the same issue.

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Hi,

try removing all connections, unplug the unit for an hour to reset itself.

let me know

Posted on Feb 21, 2009

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