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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: Sagem PVR 62160T UK
I left it plugged in while watching a DVD for about 90 min (as Sagem and DVD are all connected up with the TV). Afterwards I noticed the Sagem was now displaying Er09. I tried pressing the green button on remote control to activate the Sagem and hey presto everything came back on (with a message saying that the download was now complete). All back to normal now. I think the 00 and flashing dashes just meant that the Sagem was downloading and that this took longer than the specified ' few minutes'. Not sure what the 'improved DTV' was though - I can't see the difference!
Posted on Jul 17, 2008
you need to program your remote control. take the battaries out. and maually turn the tv on. then hit the source you want to view. for example, I want to control the tv set. I push, code search and hold it then push the source button and then release the source button and then release the code search button. now, aim at the tv and then keep pressing power button till it goes off. when the tv is off, hit return or set or something like that.( every remote has different calling for it but still the same function) it should work. try it and let me know.
Posted on Mar 25, 2007
You stated having the unit unplugged in your problem description so you did do a reset already and that seems to have caused your problem. Unplugging the machine will probably not resolve your issue then. What does seem to be happening is corruption in the unit's firmware that is crashing it causing it to go into stand-by. Unfortunately I doubt there is any software on the Internet that will allow you to re-flash the machine's firmware. Unless you still have warranty available you will either have to live with it, replace the unit's main board (doubt a replacement can easily be found), or replace it with something new.
Posted on Aug 26, 2008
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