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When i bring up the program guide, it is very slow to move through the programs. This has just started.

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How is the remote function when you change channels or pull up other options? Is this only happening when you pull up the Program Guide? If you haven't already done this, unplug the receiver from your electrical outlet for about 10 seconds and then plug back in. This is cause the receiver to reboot and reload all the information. It will also re-acquire the satellite signal. After the picture returns, try the Program Guide to see if it is working better. Also do you have fresh batteries in the remote? I hope this helps.

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Posted on Jan 22, 2011

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