New 811 OTA Problem...Have you seen this?

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babakanoosh

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When watching an OTA channel it periodically (once an hour?) starts to "stutter", like not all frames are showing. Changing to another OTA channel does same thing. Changing to a satellite channel then back to OTA fixes it. Anyone see this?
 
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babakanoosh said:
When watching an OTA channel it periodically (once an hour?) starts to "stutter", like not all frames are showing. Changing to another OTA channel does same thing. Changing to a satellite channel then back to OTA fixes it. Anyone see this?

That happened to my 811 once.
 
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Chuck1026

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I had that happen just yesterday, but it was while watching Discovery HD. The picture "jumped" and then I the picture would do as you described. Changing channels didn't fix it, but turning the receiver off and back on did correct it.

This thing is friggin' buggy!
 
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mboy

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I have had it happen to, altho not frequently, but has happened a couple of times.
Weird thing I am getting now is the Remote ID channels is changing. VERY strange, I have it set to 1, but has changed to 2 and 3 on occasion.
 
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YEp... I've seen it ...

babakanoosh said:
When watching an OTA channel it periodically (once an hour?) starts to "stutter", like not all frames are showing. Changing to another OTA channel does same thing. Changing to a satellite channel then back to OTA fixes it. Anyone see this?
Yes... it happens to me about once a week. I found that switching to a satellite SD channel clears it up. Switching to a satellite HD channel will not clear it up for me.
 

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