07-07-2014 1:52 PM
I was just watching tv, went out to have a cigarette, came back in and I had Error 775 pop up. I checked all the connections and everything is tight. Not having bad weather so that's not the issue. Tried restarting the box and no luck. I then went to check the SWM box since from what I found, that could be the issue. Looking at it, the green light is not on. I tried unplugging it and waiting for a bit and plugging it back in. Still no light of any kind. I tried plugging it into a different outlet that is working and still no light, so I am assuming the SWM has burnt out or something? Not sure what to do now. Can I buy a new one somewhere or do I have to make an appointment and have someone come out?
07-07-2014 2:00 PM
07-07-2014 2:04 PM
I do not believe there was any light coming from it before I unplugged it. No damage to the cord as it is all sitting behind a bookshelf where nothing, like my cat, could've gotten to it to damage it.
07-07-2014 3:37 PM
Then you need to call DirecTV for a service call or if you want to purchase it yourself; there is always Solid Signal to purchase it since it has a label for the model number of that SWM adapter.
07-07-2014 3:51 PM
Ok thanks. I would rather not have to call and wait multiple days for them to come out just to give me a new one.
So can I go get one at best buy or something like that?
07-07-2014 3:57 PM
If you have a protection plan, then you would get a free service call and any replacements, if deemed needed and necessary, are included.
I think that is not available at Bestbuy. Your best bet is via SolidSignal's website. Try a Web search for "SolidSignal" and it should come up on top of the search results.
07-07-2014 4:10 PM
Disconnect the cable that is connected to "PWR to SWM" while making sure the power inserter is connected to AC. Does the green LED comes back on?
07-07-2014 6:27 PM
Well, we went out for dinner and came back. Tried unplugging the SWM and plugging it back in like I did earlier and this time it worked. Weird, but it's working now so I guess we'll hope it continues. Thanks for the help!
07-08-2014 8:07 AM
Interesting fix on that power inserter. Does the LED indicates the connection for the coax cable or is that an indicator whether the power inserter itself is fried or not?
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