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now you just need to wake it up. turn it on using the remote supplied by your cabe operator. if anything it may be your remote that isn't working. does a "cbl" light or anything light up on the remote when you press the cable box power button? if not try to find out how to put it in cable mode and try again.
Tries the unit unplug,replug it back like an hour later for the unit to reboot and restart itself back to the factory setting.The unit should be working now.If the unit still have the same problems,the unit must have to be taken aparts and troubleshoot and fixed it power supply circuitry side of it PCB board.
First look at the indicator lamp on the front left side. If it is: off - check the power cord is plugged into a working outlet. Amber - the unit is in standby, press the on button (left most), it should turn green Green - the unit is in operate mode, check the antenna and cable connection. Red - when power is applied, it will be red for up to 30 seconds. If it remains red, the unit is defective. This is a common problem due to several capacitors on the power supply and logic board that have gone bad. The unit is repairable by replacing these capacitors.
we need a request on what the blinking red light means on your model number and manufacturer of TV, we can then try to see what the blinking light means,(although it doesn't sound good) You ca always unplug the DVR and see if there is a change, then you would know it was the DVR
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There is a known power supply fault on Thomson boxes. If you go to www.satcure.co.uk you`ll be able to order the parts needed. Be aware, you`ll have to be able to use soldering irons etc. as this requires you to remove components and refit new ones.
This is exactly intermitent problem, It needs to be trouble shoot at the repair shop if the problems occurs from power supply or high voltage.It needs a lot of test and equuipement to be accurate.And also the specific parts.