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Johnnybeach

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Hi again. This time I have one of two H10 receivers that do not retain the program guide for the off air TV channels. This last time I went a week before I get "Regular Schedule". I sometimes am able to just push the reset button and it will show the programs. Then, other times, I must do an antenna setup or longitude and latitude reset and zip codes or even a "reset everything". Somewhere along the line I'll get the guide to work but it can take hours or days. My question is: Could bad capacitors cause a misstep in the circuitry that governs the guide? I've replaced capacitors in a monitor before and it fixed a no picture problem so why couldn't I fix this issue by doing the same? All I have the H10 receiver for is the program guide and it is really helpful.

Thanks for any advice,

Johnnybeach
 

Johnnybeach

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SatelliteGuys Family
Oct 30, 2017
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Long Beach CA
Hi again. This time I have one of two H10 receivers that do not retain the program guide for the off air TV channels. This last time I went a week before I get "Regular Schedule". I sometimes am able to just push the reset button and it will show the programs. Then, other times, I must do an antenna setup or longitude and latitude reset and zip codes or even a "reset everything". Somewhere along the line I'll get the guide to work but it can take hours or days. My question is: Could bad capacitors cause a misstep in the circuitry that governs the guide? I've replaced capacitors in a monitor before and it fixed a no picture problem so why couldn't I fix this issue by doing the same? All I have the H10 receiver for is the program guide and it is really helpful.

I ran a System Test and the Tuner is OK but the LNB Output failed.

Thanks for any advice,

Johnnybeach
 

Jimbo

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I'm thinking the processor in the old dinosaur is not big enough to handle all that is going on in these current units.
This unit is at least 2-3 generations old.
 

Johnnybeach

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Oct 30, 2017
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I'm thinking the processor in the old dinosaur is not big enough to handle all that is going on in these current units.
This unit is at least 2-3 generations old.

Probably right and I'll wait until there are other adverse symptoms before I work on the capacitors. Meanwhile, I have done a default reset which got the program guide back but it took a long time. I noticed that the primary local and secondary local zip codes were missing before I did the reset. Sometimes the fix is as simple as pushing the reset button but when that doesn't work then I have to go deeper into the setup processes.

Thanks,

Johnnybeach
 
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