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Receiver: Pioneer Elite 72TXV Verizon

Receiver: Pioneer Elite 72TXV
Verizon Fios DVR: Motorola QIP6416-2
HDMI Connections.

I intermittantly lose audio signal from cable box. Video is still processing through the receiver to the TV. HDMI light flashes as if it's trying to find a signal.

With same connections I have no problem with DVD player. I have tried switching cables and switching inputs for HDMI to no avail.
Any ideas?
Steven Lakso 714-842-9511 slakso@verizon.net

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Called Verizon automated help desk. They rebooted DVR remotely and solved the problem.

Posted on Mar 29, 2008

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    Kirk C Tellier Feb 18, 2014

    So this helps me how?

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