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Receiver humming the reciever wont turn on, and humms on and off like: woosh....woosh...woosh. any ideas on how to fix it so i can watch some tv?

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Have you tried unplugging the Receiver from the power outlet and plugging it back in? Is your Receiver a service providers set top box DVR? It sounds like you may be hearing the Hard disk drive spinning on and off. But that's all I can tell from the description. Hope this helps.

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I have a Screen Play HD. It was working fine until today when suddenly all my computers can't detect it. I tried a different external disk, it worked fine.

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