After a power failure my Explorer 4250HD is getting error code Er.76 any ideas on how to fix or is the unit damaged beyond repair
I think it means it's deactivated by rogers or something because it was unplugged for a while.. Calling Rogers and asking them to re-authorize and reset it should fix the issue.
Cisco Explorer 4250 HD ER02
Does anyone know what ER02 means on the box? Nothing displayed on the TV. Just the error code on the box
Does it say ER02 or -02-. If the latter, then the download is not complete. This can be due to an issue at the head end for your area being overloaded, or with the signal strength to your home or to your neighbourhood. Try rebooting (unplug for 10 seconds, replug). If that doesn't work, call Rogers and ask them to check the signal at your box or in your neighbourhood. They can do this remotely, but they may not be able to check your box if it doesn't boot...
It would have been helpful to know that before. Where did you move from/to (roughly)? Your box probably needs activation at the new site. I assume you are a paid subscriber and that you have notified Rogers of your move.
If the box was removed from cable for a while, it is automatically deactivated. Do you have any other boxes that are working, or any other services like internet or home phone by Rogers? If so, are they working properly at the new location?
I just re-read your previous post. Perhaps you were talking about a different location in your home? If so, the points I made in post 4 about checking signal, etc. still apply. You can also check the connections in your home to ensure the cables are properly connected at the demarcation point (usually near the electrical panel) and the cable from the wall to the box. Make sure it's feeding the "input" on the box. Have you called Rogers?
The box was moved about 10 ft and is still hooked up to the same cable line. I've tried the usually troubleshooting of checking all the cables, unplugging power, etc.
I have Googled ER:02 and have not found any details on what this error means which seems odd. Was hoping someone here might have seen this issue before
Check to make sure the centre conductor of the RF-Coax cable is long enough to make proper contact at the box and at the wall. If you removed the RF-coax from the back of the box, make sure it's connected to the box' input, not output.
I searched the web and found several links to ER02 - but all related to a poor signal or high signal differential between channels. I guess you'll need to call Rogers if you don't have any success with my previous recommendations. Do you own or rent the box?
Well my chat with Rogers tech support was rather uneventful. They basically told by the box was not working
I opened the box and booted the PVR up with the HDD disconnected and still received the same error message on the box. I can hear the HDD spinning up when it was plugged in so at point I can only conclude that it's main board issue.
Since Rogers does not offer repair services for out of warranty, I will likely just go with a rental and wait for IPTV to come out.
05:23:04 PM [Shawn] The Er codes really just mean that the box is malfunctioning. 05:23:18 PM [Shawn] Have you tried rebooting the box as well? 05:23:52 PM [Bobby ] Yes I unplugged and tried a different power outlet 05:24:47 PM [Shawn] Yeah OK. The box seems to have failed there. It would just be a matter of replacing the box in this case. 05:25:39 PM [Bobby ] This is an owned box probably not under warranty. I was hoping to find out what the error might relate to so I can determine if it's worth fixing 05:27:08 PM [Shawn] Oh OK. Yeah I am not sure sorry about that. There are a number of codes that can show up, all that really just mean the box has failed unfortunately. 05:28:34 PM [Bobby ] There are no technical details about the error codes? They are not made at random, I would expect someone would have information like this 05:29:25 PM [Shawn] I wish we did. Sorry about that.