If you are having issues with your Tablo, many of them can be solved by using some of the basic troubleshooting techniques found below.
Rebooting the Tablo DVR
A regular reboot of your Tablo solves many minor problems and should always be your first troubleshooting step.
To reboot your Tablo DVR, quickly press and release the blue reset button on the back right of the unit. Wait for the Tablo's blue LED to stop flashing. When the blue LED is solid, the reboot is complete. None of your Tablo DVR's data or recordings will be deleted with this type of reboot.
Power Cycle the Tablo DVR
If the reboot step above does not solve your issue, you can try power cycling your Tablo. To do this, remove the A/C power adaptor from the back of the unit for ~10 seconds. Then re-attach the power adaptor to the Tablo. The unit can take up to 3 minutes to boot up from this type of reset. None of your Tablo's data or recordings will be deleted with this type of reboot.
Power Cycle the Router
If the Tablo DVR reboot steps above do not solve your issue, you may be having connectivity-based issues. Try power cycling your router. To do this, remove the A/C adaptor from the router for ~10 seconds. Then re-attach the power adapter to the router. The router can take a few minutes to boot up from this type of reset. Once your router is back online, repeat the Tablo reboot cycles noted above.
If your problem persists through the above troubleshooting steps, try uninstalling and reinstalling the Tablo app on your viewing device. This will clear any cache or old data the application may have stored.
If you are using the Tablo app through the Chrome browser, you can manually clear the cache by navigating to: Settings > History > Clear browsing data.
Run a New Channel Scan
Once you connect to your Tablo, run a new channel scan. You can run a channel scan through any of the Tablo apps (excluding Roku for the time being) by navigating to: Settings > Edit channel lineup > Rescan> Add to guide.