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I HAVING PROBLEMS WITH MY CABLE TV. MY DVR WILL NOT COME UP AND ALL MY CHANNLES IS SHOWING NOT AVAILABLE AND MY ON DEMAND DISPLAYS AN ERROR MESSAGE AND I PAY MY BILL 2 WEEKS AGO AND NOTICE THAT THE POWER WENT OUT AND MY CABLE WILL NOT REBOOT CONTACT SOON AS POSSIBLE

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Good Day, albertgaw;
Since TV is showing an image I would suspect the cable/sat box. Try rebooting box again, unplug or hold power button in for 5-8 seconds, be patient and allow several minutes to allow box to reset. If no fix call your provider to resend the signal, or arrange to have box replaced.
Good Luck, big IRISH.

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