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Problems with my sky eye :(

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  1. pinchez

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    I have a Amstrad Sky+ box in my living room and i also have a sky eye connected to RF2 Out which goes upstairs to my bedroom.

    Its been working fine since i had my sky+ box (8 months) but my sky+ box crashed last week and since then it's not worked. I've tried the obvious stuff like the setup menu and made sure the remote is working etc. also the red led on the sky eye is still lit.

    Can anyone help please
     
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    Glad to help. Out of interest what, specifically, worked a treat?
     
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    I pluged the Sky Eye straight into the back of the RF2 output on the Sky+ box, checked it worked then put it back on my upstairs TV and it works a treat now.

    I can't see what difference it would have made but it worked :smashin:
     

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