Troubleshooting Your Dish Network ReceiverWritten by Nick Smith
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The Cables and Connections - The wiring and connecting pieces that carry signal from dish to your Dish Network receiver could also be part of problem. It is unlikely that image will suddenly cut out on you, especially in fourth quarter, if wiring is bad. The easiest way to test this is to ensure that integrity of cables is still intact and that all of connections are tight. If you are still not getting picture to your television, try plugging cables into another TV, or routing picture through your VCR. If you still have no football game, try using different cables. If picture comes back at any time while you are doing this, you've honed in on where problem is and you can go about fixing it… after game, of course.Your Dish Network Receiver - On a very rare occasion, your receiver may stop receiving or decoding signal properly. To fix this, simply unplug receiver for 30 seconds and then plug it back in. (Don't worry - 1:42 can last anywhere from 5 to 30 minutes at end of a football game.) You can also try taking programming card out of receiver and then putting it back in again. Both of these steps help reset receiver, and it should start functioning properly again as soon as you turn it back on.Your New Plasma TV - I'm no expert on troubleshooting TVs that cost more than my car, but checking cables and connections is never a bad thing. A word of advice from one who has been there and done that - make sure back of your huge, heavy television is readily accessible. The only thing that will make you more angry than missing miracle comeback of your favorite team in that game you are missing, is dropping that massive television on your toes as your were breaking your back moving it out from wall.
The good news is your team came back from behind and won. The better news is you read this article and were able to watch it live. The best news is you kept your cool and because your wife was so impressed with way you handled whole situation, she bought you a pool table.
Nick Smith is an internet marketer specializing in corporate internet branding. For more information about a Dish Network receiver or to order, visit DishNetworkProducts.com.
Say Goodbye to Traditional Telephone LinesWritten by Michelle Lehoux
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The Data Corp’s web-based software application, Mobiletoolbox, specializes in text messaging technology and mobile content delivery. Mobiletoolbox allows companies to communicate easily with their clients via cell phone text messaging and also allows sale and delivery of mobile content such as ringtones, wallpaper and screensavers. “Text messaging is still relatively new in North America, but market is ripening. People are starting to realize that there is huge potential for these services.”
After all, what company wouldn’t want to be able to reach customers at any time and anywhere? Text messaging has been popular overseas for quite some time, but is picking up quickly in North America. LAN telephone lines may be dying slowly but new technology has given rise to great opportunity in our mobile world.
For more information about sending out SMS text messages or selling mobile content, please visit Mobile Toolbox homepage at www.mobiletoolbox.com or contact Data Corp toll free at 1-877-410-6683.