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Should i turn off my phillips DTR210 freeview box

I have just installed my phillips DTR210 freeview box and have been told this will be off when i turn the television off.

Is this ok or should i actually unplug it at night?

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Re: should i turn off my phillips DTR210 freeview box

It will be ok.....if you unplug at night, then it will need to reset
every time it is plugged in...........................T.

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