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Se-d1 will not boot
escient music server...light blinking red...
cant turn on system...
tried turning system off..for a hour or two...nothing..
juse blinks will not respond to anything...
on Dec 30, 2008
Best Buy ™ stores only have restocking fees on certain items. They are digital camcorders, digital cameras, notebook computers, radar detectors, projectors, mobile video, and gps units. The restocking fee is 15%. This applies if the unit has been opened.
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on Jun 13, 2008
Escient Fireball S40
I will never buy any electronic devises form best buy anyway. This is why there product is not top grade. It may appear it is on the out side but its not. Go to a specialty store that sells electronics and look at the prices. Now you tell me how in the hell can best but or walmart or any other sstores sell ther products at a lower price. Don't come with they buy at wholesale prices that is *********. The products are lower grade. And that is the bottom line. If best buy dosent stand behind there products 100% and have to charge customers a 15% restocking fee don't shop there. It all goes buy the old saying you pay for what you get.
on Jun 07, 2008
I want to set up for antenna for local channels. I have searched the menu but cannot get correct set up
First check that the source or input is set to TV (RF) port. Some TVs only have the Source/Input button on the original remote. Others have one among the front panel buttons. If this button isn't on the TV itself and you have an universal remote, you may need to try multiple codes to get the Input/Source button to work properly. Getting the power button to work is often easier.
I hope this helps. Every TV that I've used only displayed the Channel Search when the input was TV. It could be in a Setup menu, under Initial Settings or a Channel menu. Please add a comment with the make and model of the TV for more information on where to find the Input/Source button and the Menu location to for searching for channels. (Note: there was a brief period of HD monitors that were sold as HD-ready TVs. However these units didn't have a tuner. They were meant to be used with a set-top (satellite dish receiver, cable) box.)
22 hours ago
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