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We have a delay when changing channels... Why ? how can we fix it ?

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That delay is from your cable service, if you are in area that is in a switch digital location that is why your are getting the delay, the cable company may need to come install an amp to fix this problem. charter Comcast and some of the other giants are still operating in switch digital but upgrading every day.

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