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Just got a HDDUEAL Turner DVR DCH6416....problem with certain channels...

Just received HD and Digitial from cable company. The regular channels work and 3 HD channels. The digital channels and all other HD channels not work. Also, when I hit guide on the remote, all it does is create a red dot for a second on the front of the receiver. Can not get to any menus too by using either the remote or the receiver itself.

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I HAVE A SUMSUNG THAT IS HD, BUT IT'S NOT HDMI,i GET REGULAR CHANNELS, BUT WHEN I SWITH TO A HD CHANNEL, IT IS ALL SCRAMBLED? WHY?


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