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Delltv model w3201c colorblinksred,green,blue,white and error rpt

So i was using dvr and the sound flickered off it always does that then i turn of the converter and went out then 5 hours later i turned the converter off and it gives and error and goes repetly red green blue white error what to do and
also wat do you do if the sound flicks off?

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This unit needs to be reset. To perform a master reset, do the following: there needs to be a component connected to the input jack. turn to the av station once on the av hit "619" scroll down and select master reset.

Posted on Sep 30, 2009

  • Ron Kabestra Sep 26, 2013

    if that worked please email me how do the reset thanks

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