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Sun, Dec 16, 2018 1:06 AM

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What is the windshield wiper looking symbol beside the time on the guide screen?

I’m not sure what this icon is trying to tell me

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Tutor

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4年前

I had the same question but just figured it out - the wireless connection wasn’t connected. I reconnected the wireless via Settings and it went away.

litzdog911

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4年前

Not sure what you mean. Can you post a photo?

 

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2年前

what is the windshield wiper looking symbol beside the directv emblem and the clock

nabukl

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It's a wifi icon

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4分前

Amazing. Been on hold with DirectTV for almost a full hour and no one could tell me what this symbol means.

Googled it and had the answer in 2 seconds.

DIRECTVhelp

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4分前

Hello @mungry17, we know the importance of getting all the information about your services in an easier and timely manner. 

This icon means that your internet network is not connected to the receiver you're using. If you reconnect your wireless internet connection through "Settings", it will disappear.

Let us know if you have more questions about our services, we're here to help.

Hernan, DIRECTV Community Specialist


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