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Cant record from V+ box

I find the sound when i record is very low and i cant record from the recorded programmes on my V+ box without watching the film is this right or does the problem lie with the V+ box help

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We just got our V+ box and the engineer noted the problem - he suggested we 'synchronise' (or something) the TV remote and the V+ remote.
Read the help to find out how to do this (something to do with volume plus and mute, then the code for ur tv).
I had to put in about 10 codes (there were about 40!) before i got the right one, but now the sound is spot on (and I love HD BBC - want to range around in the on demand stuff now to see what they got!)
Good luck and hope this sorts your sound problme as it did mine.

Posted on Feb 11, 2009

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