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Wed, Apr 15, 2020 8:00 AM

Re: I HAVE TO UNPLUG AND REBOOT MY XFINITY TV EVERY MORNING!

I'm having the same problem. I got a new box, but that hasn't solved the problem. My power saver setting is off. I've ordered a new HDMI to see if that will help, but this is really annoying. 

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10 m ago

Same here!!

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10 m ago

We have the same issue have to reset it at least once a day.
Tech came out said the outside cable was bad replaced it but we still have problems!!!
We got a new box prior to that.
Feed up paying almost $200 s month for cable and tv and having to restart constantly!!
courtcop59

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10 m ago

Check out my post in this forum on my fix for this issue

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10 m ago

I've used my new splitter for a week now and since I plugged in the power to it I've had no problems whatsoever.  Im case anyone missed it I got my splitter from Amazon although they've raised the price now to $16.

   --  1 In 2 Out - POWLAKEN 4K Aluminum Powered HDMI Splitter  --

 

I had to add an HDMI cable from my DVR box to the splitter and then the cable that was already there goes to my TV.  Simple installation.  See the Amazon add for pictures of it.

 

stutenn

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6 m ago

I don't have to do it EVERY morning but at least once a week.  I have a Samsung 4K HDR TV, I have very good HDMI cables, I have a solid connection to the Xfinity jack, I have Xfinity amplifiers in the house.  The only answer seems to be to get rid of Xfinity.  My wife is fed up with my unplugging and replugging the DVR box and waiting 5-8 minutes for the boot to complete.  I don't believe there is a solution other than perhaps a new manufacturer for the X1 DVR.  Anyt houghts on that?

courtcop59

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6 m ago

If you search this forum I posted a fix to this a while ago involving an HDMI splitter and it works. Check it out.....Good luck
stutenn

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6 m ago

I saw your dual splitter solution.  Every splitter reduces the signal so I'll look for another solution or keep bugging Xfinity until they issue a DVR box that shakes hands properly with newer TVs. Thank you 

 

courtcop59

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6 m ago

I only use a dual splitter because I go through a surround sound receiver. You would probably only need one splitter if you are not going through a surround sound receiver, and trust me when I tell you it does not degrade the picture quality whatsoever. So if you want to stop that from happening try it I hope you will be pleasantly surprised. Good luck and be safe...

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6 m ago

After a few days of this problem I no longer have to unplug anything. Whatever the problem was it corrected itself! Go Figure~~~~ 🤣

courtcop59

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6 m ago

Good to go my friend...

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