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sj5301397

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HI ALL

i cant beleive its was so easy.open the dbox and take out the telephone modem i had no channels at all just making a noise as if the channel is trying to come through i took the telephone modem out and zap it all channels work cool hey


ENJOY :littleang
 
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I always remove the modem from inside as its just an unncessary device.
Well done for solving your problem :)
 

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How easy/difficult is it to remove the modem?

Also has anyone ever added memory to the DBOX2. my sagem has a slot that looks like it coupd take extra memory.
 

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ok ignore the question about the modem. just opened the top and did it!

2nd question re memory stands and what type of memory should it be?
 

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sj5301397 said:
:Smileysex
HI ALL
i cant beleive its was so easy.open the dbox and take out the telephone modem i had no channels at all just making a noise as if the channel is trying to come through i took the telephone modem out and zap it all channels work cool hey
ENJOY :littleang


Just removed my modem card, was only haveing very occasional freezing, so hopefully its cured,as it seems to have cured some allready.

Good find m8 well done.
 

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Removing the modem can only solve some voltage problems. The modem has no dependency to the tuner or the avia chip set.
 
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