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post #1 of 4 Old 06-11-2014, 03:34 AM - Thread Starter
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post #2 of 4 Old 02-03-2015, 04:03 AM
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Please SEARCH existing threads for an answer to your problem before starting a new one. In many cases, your issue has already been asked and answered. If not, post a reply in one of the existing threads which will alert everyone subscribed to that thread and move it to the top. Gets more eyes on your problem more quickly. Thanks.

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And make your topic title as specific as possible. The more information in the title, the better the odds you'll catch the eyes of someone who has the solution. Very few members bother to click on topics that just say "Help."

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When asking for help involving a device or component always include MAKE AND MODEL numbers. "I have a Denon receiver hooked up to my DirecTV STB and I'm getting picture but no sound" doesn't really tell us ANYthing. Throw in model numbers and it helps us diagnose issues more quickly.

Also helps to know how you have things connected. The more you put in your first post, the less time wasted while members ask you for the information, anyway. Might as well supply it up front, whether you think it's relevant or not.

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