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Which connection are you using from the sat receiver to the tv?
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Apologies for the delay in response. Your concern was just brought to my attention.

To your recording, based on your second posting (and would appreciate corrective information where applicable), your system is:
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With your indulgence, a couple clarifying questions:
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  • to record a TV program/channel, to what channel or source or setting must the Panasonic be set to?
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  • pls post back result(s); or
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  • again post back result(s).
Hope this be of initial help/idea. Pls post back how things turned up or should you need additional information.

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