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Cannot down TV Schedule

Hadn't used recorder most of the summer, when getting ready for the new fall season. Noticed it was turned on. Screen was blank so I disconnected the power to start a re-boot. All seemed to go well, system re-booted and then it couldn't connect to the TV Schedule Server. I went into the Startup menus and tried different numbers with the same effect. I then checked the phone line and it was fine. Not sure if the phone circuitry is out or ??

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Re: Cannot down TV Schedule

1. Press Menu on the remote. 2. Choose Setup from the menu. 3. Scroll to Connect to ReplayTV Service Now. 4. If you don't have this option try this. For ReplayTVs running older software: 1. First, exit any menus you're currently in. 2. Press "2-4-3" on the remote followed quickly by pressing the "Zones" button - this will launch an informational screen, with like a 1-Exit, 2-Clear the Channel, etc. 3. Select #7, 'Net Connect' from the menu. (#4 on ReplayTV 2000 or 3000 series). A message at the bottom of the tv screen will indicate a successful connection. If you are unable to force a connection using this method, you may need to reboot your unit. This is done by pressing and holding the "Power" button on the front of the unit for 10 seconds. (Note: When you hear the fan in the rear of the unit turn off, your unit is rebooting.) Now repeat the previous instructions to force a connection. This is all found on the support site:

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DVR Priority settings are used to prioritize timers should there be a conflict between timers. The top of the list is the highest priority and takes precedence. The bottom of the list is the lowest priority. A lower priority timer will not fire if there is a higher priority timer at the same time. Timers that conflict with each other will display Attention 532. The message may display when switching from Single User Mode to Dual User Mode because the receiver recalculates timers for conflicts.
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