My PTV100 has worked great for over ten years. Just recently it has started dropping digits when it attempts to change channel, either by remote or by prescheduled program. If I change the channel by remote, you can actually see the Tivo banner attempt to enter the correct digits, but when the DTV banner comes up, it shows only two of the three digits. Same thing with a prescheduled recording. When I watch a prerecorded show, at the beginning you can see where a digit is dropped. I have replaced the infrared emitters, and that didn't help. When I change the channel with the DTV remote, it works fine. This leads me to believe that the component inside the TIVO unit is causing the problem. Any ideas on how to solve this? I have lifetime service, so I'd really like to get this repaired!
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It is a problem with the temp sensor circuit. The unit thinks it is getting hot, so it is trying to turn the volume down to avoid overheating. You either has a bad thermal resistor on the amp board, or you need to change the cpu board. Best to have it looked at by a pro.
0382,0829,0119,0963,0000 are the codes to check. If you wish to get more setup codes, three
digits, four digits or five digit ones, check this link. Pull up older posts there. Setup code list and setup instructions to
some popular model remote controls are given. Select the 'Timeslide'
option from the drop-down list by the 'Sidebar' at the display
window. It will make search easy.
The 61 was was in production from approx 1978 through to 2009 as you can see this was a long run for one model, it was without a doubt a very good machine, the early 61 had a white top cover, it then went to a grey top cover, and the later machine had a orange top cover, there were a number of changes during these years, however it did remain the basic machine it started with, it was 61cc and was offered in the UK with 13/15/18/20" bar lenghts, the ser no.s normally had 9 digits, the first number was the year of manufacture in a ten year rotation, so 0 could be 1980 or 1990, at the year 2000 the first two digits was the year, so 00 was 2000, 01 was 2001 and so on, the following two digits was the week number, hope this helps.
This is really weird. The PUK (Pin Unblock Key) is a code stored on the SIM card and is normally requested after three unsuccessful attempts to enter the PIN (personal identification number, the number you use to authenticate to the SIM card after switching off the phone). You should have received a PUK together with the SIM card; its usually a longer code, six to eight digits. Beware, if you enter a wrong PUK ten times in a row, the SIM will become blocked permanently and unrecoverable. You would need a new SIM card. If you cannot locate your PUK, you should contact your phone service provider.
Have you already attempted to reset the iPod? If not you will want to attempt that as your first step towards resolving this issue. To do so you will need to simply press and hold both the center and menu buttons for at least ten seconds or until the apple icon appears on the screen. If this does not resolve your issue please do let me know.
Hi, what ISP are you using (aol,tiscali...?), and how are you connecting to the router? Wired or wireless? I had similar problems with mine, it wouldn't connect or would drop connection, or loose all the settings. I updated the firmware to the latest from here:-
Be sure this is the correct model as firmware differes from model to model.
Then I had to manually configure my ISP settings etc. Or you may have software from your ISP which configures for you.
Hope this helps.
to program the uniden bc147xlt use the manual button to select channel you want to program. punch in the desired 6 digit frequency then press E, press review to check that frequency was input correctly then use the manual button to go to next channel for programming.MAKE SURE WHEN ENTERING FREQUENCY YOU INPUT THE (.) AFTER THE FIRST 3 DIGITS FOR EXAMPLE GO TO CHANNEL 1 PRESS 149.220 E AND YOU should have no problem programming . hope this is helpful