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DVR Video Loss

My Screen Shows H.264 DVR Video Loss, I have checked all cables, power sources and nothing.

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    joey May 31, 2015

    what was the root cause?

  • Selina Govender
    Selina Govender Aug 18, 2016

    I'm not exactly sure , I took out the wifi cable and put it back on , that was when the screen said no video input , I even tried switching the dvr off and on but it was of no help

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Charter was out and changed modems, after that I noticed we lost signal.

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