Question about Sirius Satellite Radio Receiver
If you recently received a signal drop, it might caused by the antenna or XM repeaters in your areas have been disabled. There are several information came directly from XM that as a direct result of the merger, several of their repeaters have been disabled. They are informing their subscribers that they might experience technical difficulties in the affected areas. To correct the issue, they require to change the location of the antenna (even slightly), or purchase an antenna extension or purchase a wireless repeater. If you'd like to have an additional information, please contact their Listener Care Center at the number that is listed below. An XM
representative will be more than willing to assist you.
For further assistance, please feel free to send an additional email
or you may contact a Listener Care Representative directly at 1-800-XM RADIO
Listener Care Centers hours of operation are as follows:
Monday - Saturday: 8AM ? 11PM EST
Sunday: 8AM - 8PM EST
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Posted on Apr 02, 2011
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