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HDB850 DIGITAL RECEIVER. I get unwanted subtitles when I record a program??

On my TV I don't have subtitles yet when I record a program I end up with subtitles - which I don't want. How can I prevent tnis??

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My name is Anthony Thomas with DISH Network Customer Service. This issue is usually due to a faulty program guide with "No Information Available" or incorrect information as to when the programming ends. This can be caused by a faulty Electronic Program Guide (EPG) download, a faulty box, or by signal loss. By pressing the guide button to bring up the guide, and then pressing the numbers 999 and then browse (the right arrow by select) it should give a message that says "The guide information is outdated, download from satellite now?" or something similar. Try it and see if that helps.

If not, that means there is likely a signal issue or an issue with the DVR. To check signal, Press Menu (top left corner of remote under SAT, has three horizontal lines on it), and then press 6-1-1 like you are changing the channels. That should get you to Point Dish. Check Switch will be an option on the right side. Select it and then select TEST at the bottom of the Install Summary screen that will show up. Select YES if there is a warning about TV2, otherwise it will bring up a 058 message saying to wait while test is done. The message 058 will disappear by itself. If a warning 836 message appears, your issue may require a technician due to signal loss. If not, select done to exit Install Summary, Done again to exit Point Dish, and then press the 0 button three times to select the cancel option. This should put you to an "Acquiring Satellite" Message(Attention 015/535 message) and then download the guide (Attention 330). Check it then. If it still doesn't work, the box may need replacing. If it works, you are all done! Hope this helps!

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