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Samsung DVD-SH855 Unable to record free to air tv to 250gb hd using timer settings. However I can record free to air tv using instant record button. Have new Instruction manual: Any suggestions welcome?

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Hi Thanks to all. Problem was solved by my son who suggested that I turn the unit off in standby mode. Samsung DVD-SH855 will not record via timer settings when the unit is left with pwr on. Only works if pwr switched off.
Had I known this prior to purchasing I would have purchased a brand that worked with pwr on.
See:
http://www.avforums.com/forums/archive/index.php/t-617483.html

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