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Dvr recording skip sound

My dvr is linked with Comcast Cable Company...some of my recordings skip sound for 3 or 4 secs...Cannot take it anymore!!!!!

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Probably a dying hard drive, but could just be corruption, delete all effected recordings, monitor, if issue continues delete all recordings unplug receiver for 10 minutes, monitor new recordings if continues receiver may need to be replaced

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