Help -Motorola DSR922 Clicking After Power Goes On And Off
My house electricity went on and off for a second, and now my Motorola DSR922 will only make a constant clicking sound when I turn it own..click..click..click.. I always have it connected to a top of the line Panamax surge protector, so I'm not sure what is going on. And sending this thing in to Moto is a true ripoff..you might as well buy a new one. Does anyone know what this could be? And if my Panamax surge protector can't protect it, what can? This is my second unit in 5 years time and sadly Moto has the market cornered on this. Thanks for any help!
Re: Help -Motorola DSR922 Clicking After Power Goes On...
I had same problem - found clicking stopped when I disconnected the Ku LNB - probably shorted. But, I have other problems in that both receiver and unit i.d. numbers have changed. So far, the only option seems to be to send it back to ATS (828 465 9968) for repair. I also had unit on UPS power.
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does the creen say searching for channel? if so you might have to update the maps...go to G! 3 and leave there for about 15 to 20 minutes...make sure you got a dc light....if no you have a tuning issue...play with the skew...
ATS electronics can repair the board that died. running out of boards is not a problem. the dsr-920 receiver is junk if the battery dies..the chip that stores the unit ID number is no longer manufactured....
When the backup battery goes dead you loose the ID number.
If you have lost your receiver ID number you will need a new main board.
the receiver number in the status screen. If it matches the UA number
on the back sticker you are ok, if not the only solution is replacing
the main board. ATSelectronics.com still had some boards when I last
checked. But when they run out were all screwed.
Motorola didn't make any provisions for renewing the ID number.
That really sucks motorola ;-(
call your provider and ask to talk to an installer. most likely they'll be able to tell you on the phone. if not, get them to send someone out to fix your problem. it should be a free service call since you are paying rent on the unit anyway.