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Standby mode causes signal loss

I have a new 211k receiver - just replaced the 10 year old receivers. When the receiver goes to standby mode, I press "select" to wake up the receiver. I get message 015a, which says I have partial or complete signal loss. One receiver has Tivo, but the other one does not. The only solution, so far, is to reset to factory default, which forces the signal to be re-acquired. I did turn off the standby mode, but that didn't help. Based on my Tivo recording, this happens during the 3am update. Suggestions?

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    Becky Hargett Jan 12, 2014

    Problem resolved after 2 weeks & 4 different tech visits. Because I had old equipment, the wiring had some kind of switches where it enters in the basement. New equipment has the switches on the dish itself. Tech turned off the switches in the basement. Now everything works as it should.

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Not sure I can solve, but maybe help. I am having a similiar problem. However, make sure you Analog Audio (RCA type) cable are connected even if using Digital connection between the two. They use those cable to send the Commands (Mentioned in the documentation).
If you did get yours to work, please give me a hint... I upgraded mine from a 603 to a 701 and haven't been able to get it to work since.

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