'standby overation' ?

Reception, channel detection, network issues, CableCARD setup, etc.
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dziring
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'standby overation' ?

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Noticed this phrase in my logs - "System: forcing standby overation due to high temperature"

Can we be clear what this means? Is my device overheating? Do I need to fix/replace?

nickk
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Re: 'standby overation' ?

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Is this a plastic-case EXTEND?

That log message suggests the fan may have failed.

We have a fanless metal case upgrade:
https://shop.silicondust.com/shop/produ ... lto=482982

Nick

dziring
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Re: 'standby overation' ?

Post by dziring »

I think you've nailed it. I'll look into updating to the fanless case, or cracking it open and updating with a new fan/heatsink.

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