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    Box 1:
    Formuler F3
     
     
    Box 2:
    Vu+ Solo SE V2
     
     
    Box 3:
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    Are you using an updated Enigma ? Or without updates ?

    Try to find this SRC (Service Reference Code) in one of the "userbouquet.*.tv" files, for example via Shell:
    Code:
    grep -nw /etc/enigma2/userbouquet.*.tv -e '1:0:1:53:6'
    Of course, if you know how, you can also use search via FTP connection on your FTP client (for example, you will use an FTP client built into Total Commander).

    I wonder what this SRC looks like in a userbouquet file. That whether there is really a decimal value instead of a hexadecimal. It really looks like a mystery.

    Where do you actually get your userboquets files from ? Did you tune all the channels through the tuner in the set-top box yourself ? Or did you download the already tuned channels and then upload them to your set-top box ?

    /// EDIT :

    Sorry... the "namespace" value is correct... and it is my fault
    390 dec (39.0) = 186 hex (18600000)

    But... please try to zap this one channel which does not work in VLC player, on the set-top box directly via OpenWebif (by clicking on the name of this channel in OpenWebif).

    /// EDIT 2 :

    It still occurred to me that you could try switching channels through Shell. I wonder what will be the answer from OpenWebif in Shell.
    Code:
    wget -q -O - "http://127.0.0.1/api/zap?sRef=0"        # turn off the tuner
    
    wget -O - "http://127.0.0.1/api/zap?sRef=1:0:1:53:6:1:1860000:0:0:0:"        # zap the channel
    Geändert von s3n0 (23.06.2021 um 08:13 Uhr)
    Formuler F3 (BCM 7362-A0, 2x 750 MHz, mips)
    Formuler F4 TURBO (BCM 7362-5, 2x 750 MHz, mips)
    Vu+ Solo SE V2 (BCM 7429, 2x 1300 MHz, mips)

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    I wasn't at home last week. Finlay I gave up to look what was the problem and during the weekend flashed the receiver with new copy of OpenATV, now everything is fine. Previous time I used E-Channelizer to make bouquets, this time made it from OpenWebIf I don't know is that cause the problem.
    Thanks for the help.

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    I wasn't at home last week. Finlay I gave up to look what was the problem and during the weekend flashed the receiver with new copy of OpenATV, now everything is fine. Previous time I used E-Channelizer to make bouquets, this time made it from OpenWebIf I don't know is that cause the problem.
    Thanks for the help.
    what image did you use? I have the same problem.

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