02-22-2012 10:25:54 PM
02-22-2012 10:36:43 PM
Try a Tripp-Lite Isobar surge protector instead of a power strip.
02-22-2012 10:54:18 PM
02-22-2012 11:12:15 PM
I agree with Texas Guy. Because there has to be something that is knocking out your DVR's. The most obvious possibilities are voltage spikes or surgers on your power line. For example....our DVR is plugged into an agressive surge and spike protector and in over 4 years of U-verse service we are on our 3rd DVR. But one change-out was because I wanted a larger HDD version. Not because anything was wrong with the old one. So we had only one failure. The one we have now has been in service for at least a couple of years I think.
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02-23-2012 10:29:07 AM
Unless the problem isn't with the DVR at all. Maybe he's having an intermittent connection problem that hasn't been diagnosed yet.