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Satellite receiver not respond

I got a satellite receiver sonicview 4000 it has power on the receiver screen there aren't any channel number or clock time is just one digit I can turn on my receiver

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Search internet for JTagging sonicview receiver. You will need special equipment.

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dont need factory to reflash.
turn of set at plug.press and hold backup on set(keep pressed)
turn on at plug.keep backup pressed for about 15 seconds.all lights on set will flash.if you have tv tuned to set screen will display updating system.dont turn off.when lights on set go off(about 10min later)set is reset(flashed)Press power on remote sky will restart like new.

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