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2nd/3rd receivers s l o w

Our main receiver with DVR seems decent as far as GUI responsiveness.  The 2nd and 3rd though are really slow.  Everything is connected with coax.  Is this common, or what can be done about it?

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Re: 2nd/3rd receivers s l o w

Do you have a lot of recordings stored?

 

 

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Re: 2nd/3rd receivers s l o w

Good question Spd. Our DVR's about 80% full and have noticed the responsiveness is slowing down on the other STB's. Will have to get the wife to start deleting some of those Y&R episodes along with every Johnny Depp movie ever made. :smileyvery-happy:

 

Low batteries in the remote will also slow the response down, particularly on the volume control.

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Re: 2nd/3rd receivers s l o w

Channel changes this weekend were uncommonly slow.

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Re: 2nd/3rd receivers s l o w


dhascall wrote:

Channel changes this weekend were uncommonly slow.


  i hear old age can cause that

 

 

 :_P)

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