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How do you get to the service menu (to see the signal level) of the Scientific Atlanta Explorer 2000HD cable box?


I can't find the info anywhere. As I recall it is a button combination to enbale, and then tuning to a certain channel.


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I cannot answer your question. I also have been unable to find ANY info on this box. My Mits SR5 came with manual and the web has multiple similar PDF copies. However, the Sci Atl site has nothing of value and I am unaware of other info out there. Anybody can help us both?


Bill


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Explorer 2000 diagnostics


Check your signal strength. If it's okay, it will display it in white. Any

other color means it's either too high, or to low. To check it, go to a digital

station that seems to be a problem. Then press the select button and the diamond

button together on the front panel. The mail light will flash. Release and

then press the diamond button alone. That will bring up the diag. screen.


Caution as with all service modes if you screw it up it is no bodies fault but your own.



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Quote:
Originally posted by RudyT:
Explorer 2000 diagnostics


Check your signal strength. If it's okay, it will display it in white. Any

other color means it's either too high, or to low. To check it, go to a digital

station that seems to be a problem. Then press the select button and the diamond

button together on the front panel. The mail light will flash. Release and

then press the diamond button alone. That will bring up the diag. screen.


Caution as with all service modes if you screw it up it is no bodies fault but your own.


RudyT


Is there anyplace to get more info on the service mode options and menu that you know of? Thanks!!


Bill



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