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I hit the "rescue button"

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  • foxmulder198 May 22, 2011

    I tried calling, they said that a tech would be needed to be sent out with a $125 fee, should I just try to call again? Or is there way for me to fix it myself?

  • foxmulder198 May 22, 2011

    I tried calling, the tech support said a tech would be needed to be sent out for a fee of $125. Should I try calling and speaking to someone else or is there something I can do?

  • foxmulder198 May 22, 2011

    I tried calling, the tech support said a tech would be needed to be sent out for a fee of $125. Should I try calling and speaking to someone else or is there something I can do?

  • foxmulder198 May 22, 2011

    Just figured it out, it was a surge...wow, if I didn't figure that out, it would've been an easy 125 for Hughes lol. Thanks for the help! :)

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Normally phone support should be able to take care of your problem without ever stepping foot in your house. Good luck!

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