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Time warner samsung hi def cable box

Have a warning on display ho5 on tv set it says cable card rebooting

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  • oemorynot Feb 18, 2008

    Have the same problem (error message ho5) called TW and was told a tech needs to come out...Tried to unplug and reboot but no such luck.

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Hi,
I had the same thing and I think it really did reboot cause it started up on its own

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