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Sony SNT-V704 I keep have the SNT-V704 locking up and losing video. I am still able to connect to them thru the network, but I am unable to see video on any channel and I am unable to change anything in the programing. It is like they just lock up. They only way to correct the issuse is to go to the site and reset the power no the unit. The network connection is staying good like I said I still can remote into the units.

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If your unit keeps crashing this could be a sign of over heating. There is a way to test if it is an overheating issue and that is as the unit is playing use a hot air gun to raise the temperature and trigger the problem once the bad component is found replace it.

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Reset your SNT-V704:

Open it up and press the reset button on the main PCB 5 times while it is on. You can find the reset switch lower right corner when the front facia faces the ground. This worked for me.

I know this is an old question but I haven't found this solution on the net so let me know if it helps anyone.

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If you are experiencing frequent disconnection from the wireless network, it helps if you check the following factors, all of which can greatly affect your wireless signals:
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