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Sansui STBHD01 Connection Issue

Hi there,

I have a Sansui STB HD01 digital receiver and I have a problem with it. Firstly it started getting frozen on the channel then now it has power but I am unable to get any reception with it. When I click the pwoer button it just goes from the time symbol to a square symbol on the display area of the unit. Can u please tell me how this can be fixed.

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  • sarasc Jul 13, 2008

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    I have the same problem.



    Regards

    Richard

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So do I..
i think we should just buy a new reciever...

Cheers
Trish

Posted on Aug 28, 2009

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