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I am having issues with receording from the epg on my teac HDR1600T HD set top box. it looks like it is recording but when it finishes and i go into the hdd to play it there is nothing there. Also when it is recording I am unable to watch that channel. and then if i do a quick record i am only able to watch the channel i am recoding and none of the others - help, it is driving me nuts

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