If you need to retune your satBox S7070rHD - XM then follow these instructions below:

Please note: that a rescan will erase your booked series and shows in the Guide, and will need to be rebooked after the rescan, this will not erase the recorded shows already in your library. 

1. Press MENU on your remote and press OK to head into INSTALLATION

2. Enter in the password (the default is 0000) 

3. Head to SATELLITE SCAN


4. Press the GREEN button to begin scan, when promoted Select yes to begin a Network Search

5. When completed, press the EXIT button to return to live tv. 

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