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Question by sjajdld
Submitted on 9/5/2006
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I accidentally reset my receiver to factory defaults and now I have only one satellite feed instead of three.  I lost my local channels/networks  (ABC CBS NBC WXXI 21 & FOX 31) and am unable to retrieve the other 2 satellites.  This is all new to me (DISH TV) so I have no idea what or how to do it.  One other strange thing...during a thunderstorm, my other 2 satellites returned and I got all the channels back...for about a month.  Then all of a sudden they were gone again...along with the satellites ???????  I'm lost here...please HELP  :)


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