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No picture The video just went out on my daughter's tvwhile she was watching it. the dish will still work so it's not that(you can see the program info when you change a channel)... she canstill watch DVD's ok. time to get a new one??%

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  • dilyn May 29, 2008

    thanks for the suggestion!

  • dilyn May 29, 2008

    thanks for the suggestion!

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I would say it is your dish receiver if info appeaars on the tv screen. swap with another dish receiver.

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