My Dish Network 921 died, but.....

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  1. JeremySt

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    ...dish network is replacing it for free!

    I got home from work the other day, and my 921 refused to power up. I did a full reset, and it gave me a message that the hard drive had failed. I called dish, and after some troubleshooting, they said they would send me a new one. My warranty had also expired THAT WEEK! In fact it was a couple days expired, but dish said no big deal. I should see the new one on my doorstep this week, and I have to send the other one back.

    Although this is certainly an inconvinience, I could not be more happy with how dish has handled it.
     
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    Got the new one today. Its up and running flawlessly. Hopefully you guys can all sleep at night now. [​IMG]
     
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    I had the same problem with an old DVR that died. Funny thing is that the new one doesn't have a new warranty. It piggy backs on the old contract. I hope you don't have problems with the new one !!

    Good luck
     
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    They probably expect to have more of these than they can handle once MPEG4 rolls out.
     

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