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I formatted my USB but than I cannot record, the message on screen stays it's says in order to record a timer the tv was switch to record service

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Does it read from the Hard drive you have plugged in? I havent tried recording but I will after reading your post. It read fine from an NTFS formatted Hard drive I'd assume you need to format it either to that or FAT32 (limited to 4gb File size) using your computer.

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Please read the guidelines given in the operation manual, and follow each step by step. You might be skipping one or more of them and that is why you are not able to set up the timer.

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