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Dear Sir, The TV Guide Schedule updates have disappeared on on my Pasonic DMR EH75. I had been receiving the signal on our Scientific Atlanta 4250HD through Cablevision in NJ 07424. Is there some way of updating the schedule amd clock setting? If TV Guide has discontinued, can you send me a four digit VCR Commander code for the c4250HD to send signals to the DMR EH75 to turn it on and record from the Cablevision Optima schedule. I will have to get a IR cable from Cablevision to make it work. The manuel recording still works, but is easy to make a mistake. William Skurla bishop@dioceseofpassaic.org

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Hello,

Please visit the following link:
http://www2.panasonic.com/consumer-electronics/support/Video/DVD-Recorders-Players/DVD-Recorders/model.DMR-EH75VS

Good luck,
Dahaka

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Hi

Try resetting the unit first. leave it unplug for a few minutes and turn it back on.


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