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Hard Disk recording has sound and picture breakups

When playing back recordings on the HDD there are short sound and picture breakups every few minutes. This happen with recordings from both the Sky decoder and from a video player, so I don't think it is cabling.

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Took it to a Philips Service Centre. The hard disk was faulty so it is tobe replaced.

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