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How to set recorder timer

I can't find my manual, so how do i set the timer for the recorder. I enter the date, time, etc. and hit ok, but it doesn't start recording. I must be missing a step, help. Thanks in advance.

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Hi redmank,
I just found a manual for another FixYa user and thought you might need the same. You can find the manual here: http://www.user-manual-search.com/Download.aspx?itemid=20877&id=238

It's a PDF download so don't be alarmed when a download box appears.

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(suprherogeek)

Posted on Jan 14, 2009

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