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Only other question I have is did Directv want your old HR22-100 back when you got the HR24? Thanks. Message 7 of 17 (0) Kudos Reply. srtowens. HR22-100 dying a slow death @lindleykel wrote In order to connect two TVs to one HR22 HD DVR you will need to use two different HR22 video OUTPUTs, or "split" one of its outputs.First thing to try is resetting the DVR using the red button behind the front panel access card door.
____________________________________ We ACEs are customers too, NOT employees. Answers are based on experience. They're honest, even if not always appreciated. If you posted personal information, please edit and remove.I've been through all of that numerous times. The receiver is basically dying a slow death. It will pixilize, somethings give me a blank screen for no reason, etc. My other 2 receivers don't do this. My question is is will Directv want this receiver back? I know they probably don't want my H21 but I know they would want the HR24 back if something goes wrong with that one.Only DTV can answer that, they may want to convert it to a THR22 and if they do want it back there should be a return shipping label in the box and you take it to a Post Office or arrange for a Postal Person to pick it up.Run the Built in Self-test (BIST) to try and repair your hard drive. To run the hard drive checks, please follow these steps: * Reboot DVR via red button inside card door. * When you see "Running receiver self-check" press select * You will see "Entering Diagnostics Mode.." * Select Advanced Tests Menu -> Hard Drive utilities -> Short Smart test You can also run the file test, and the DVR can sometimes repair a bad file report. * If the other tests pass, run the surface test. Warning: This process could take several hours to complete. You may want to run it overnight. The good news is that every attempt is made to save programming. This is less destructive than a reformat all and could provide you with a more stable system if you are having problems that appear to be related to the hard drive.
____________________________________ We ACEs are customers too, NOT employees. Answers are based on experience. They're honest, even if not always appreciated. If you posted personal information, please edit and remove.I had one of these receivers (HR22/100) that worked fine for the longest time, and then started having similar problems with it in August 2014 after a software upgrade. To make a long story short, DirecTV eventually sent me a HR24/200 replacement receiver and it did not work much better . . . so, after dealing with this for 5 to 6 months I basically gave them an ultimatum and said you either send me an HD DVR receiver that works like it is supposed to or I'm canceling my account. Their proposal was to have me switch over to a HR44/700, one of the Genie models I believe, and they would waive the conversion fee, which I believe is in the range of $300 or thereabouts. With the stipulation of no conversion fee, I said fine if that is the only way I can get an HD DVR that works, and the customer service rep guaranteed it would work. I've had it a couple of months now and it has seemed to work fine to this point (so nice to not have to wait 30 seconds or more for a response to the remote control). Although DirecTV advertises these Genie receivers as the best thing to come along since sliced bread, they do have at least a couple of drawbacks that I've discovered in the short time I've had mine. One, you cannot listen to the Pandora music app and watch TV at the same time like you could on the old DVRs; and second, the Smart Search or key-word search function does not work very well for certain things like for finding college sporting events (games) (e.g., "college baseball", "softball", "women's college Basketball", etc).Thanks srtowens. Only other question I have is did Directv want your old HR22-100 back when you got the HR24? Thanks.No, I believe they did not want the old receiver back. They just mailed/shipped the HR24 to me and I’m pretty sure I did not have to return the old HR22. The reason I remember is because I was expecting to have to return it, but when I got to looking thru all the packing/instruction materials that came with the replacement receiver, it did not include any kind of return label. And I believe the instruction sheet that was included specifically said if no return label is included then the old receiver does not have to be returned. Anyway, I never returned it and I’ve never been charged for it. The HR24 did work somewhat better than the HR22, but it was still pretty slow when it came to responsiveness to the remote control commands, which is why I finally gave them the ultimatum of sending me some other kind/model HD DVR. After 5 to 6 months of fooling with a non-responsive receiver that I had to reset daily to keep any kind of responsiveness at all – I was at my wits end. That’s when they finally said pretty much that the only HD DVR they could provide that would work properly was one of the Genie models. And they did offer to waive the conversion/installation fee, so I said sure, I’ll try anything at this point. Of course the first time they send out a software upgrade for it, I’ll probably have another screwed up receiver. I’m convinced that is what messed up my old HR22. Anyway – water under the bridge now . . . so I’ll stop rambling.The HR22 is most likely not one that DTV will want to recover. I do worry about you filling it full of holes.. take the card out first. And send pictures.Although your best bet is to upgrade to the genie. I would call and see if you are eligible for a free/discounted upgrade.Definitely should discuss “free” conversion/upgrade if decision is made to go with a Genie receiver! But being “eligible” shouldn’t have anything to do with it in MotleyFan’s situation, which sounds like the situation I went through for six months. Basically, one day you have a properly functioning HD DVR, then the next day after a software upgrade you don’t. I guess I should have clarified that in my case it was not a matter of the receiver “dying a slow death” – as one day it was working fine (and had been for some time) and then the next day it wasn’t. MotleyFan may want to let it drag out like I did (trying to give DirecTV time to rectify the matter and do the “right” thing – now that was equivalent to “dying a slow death” dealing with the various customer reps), but regardless the bottom line is you are paying for what is supposed to be a properly functioning HD DVR and it is DirecTv’s responsibility to provide such a receiver. So if all their old pre-Genie models are obsolete now, which appears to be the case, and the only reason that a Genie receiver is required is to fulfill their responsibility, then any and all conversion/upgrade fees should be waived as was done for me. And I didn’t really even have to ask for the fees to be waived (although I definitely would have demanded it), as the customer service rep offered the waiver before I could even bring it up. In other words a customer shouldn’t have to pay extra for the remedy to what is essentially a DirecTV system/equipment problem. Now if your existing receiver does happen to be working fine and you just want to upgrade to a Genie system, then yes the question of eligibility on waiving or not waiving fees may come into play. Well, I’ll get off my soapbox nowJ3LNB REPLACEMENT - AT&T CommunityH25, with slimline 5 dish, 3lnb head - AT&T CommunitySee more results
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