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Erase old timer entries

When I press "timer" I find quite a few old "time recording" items.
Cannot delete this list. Any idea ?
Also the yellow light on the front of the unit
stays always on. Cannot get rid of it even though
I have no timer recording scheduled.
Thank you
Bob

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When you want to get rid of an old timer setting, highlight the setting you want to erase, press the left arrow once and press enter.

Poof! your old setting is gone!

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