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Tiling on Digital Adapters Since X1

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Tiling on Digital Adapters Since X1

I have Three Digital Adapters (paceDTA, Model DC50X). have had them for a few Years.  We have Two up in upstairs Bedrooms and one in the Kitchen. Wires and Splitters are in the Basement. The Two in the Bedrooms are regularly having Tiling Issues on some, not all Channels. Have Reset them and had reboots sent. But issue still seems to happen. I have not seen it on the Kitchen one.

It seems, although not putting money on it, to have begun after upgrading my two HD boxes to the X1 system.

Is there something I can do or will I need to get a Tech involved.

 

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Cindycam wrote:

I have Three Digital Adapters (paceDTA, Model DC50X). have had them for a few Years.  We have Two up in upstairs Bedrooms and one in the Kitchen. Wires and Splitters are in the Basement. The Two in the Bedrooms are regularly having Tiling Issues on some, not all Channels. Have Reset them and had reboots sent. But issue still seems to happen. I have not seen it on the Kitchen one.

It seems, although not putting money on it, to have begun after upgrading my two HD boxes to the X1 system.

Is there something I can do or will I need to get a Tech involved.

 


DTAs can tolerate low signal before tiling starts, tighten all your connections, double check the condition of the splitters and cables. If it continues get a tech out to troubleshoot further




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