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Equipment: Sky box to Toshiba Regza XV50 digital Toshiba to Pioneer DVR-550HX-S via HDMI cable Location: France TV has downloaded Sky channels and all channels are OK. However, it is seemingly impossible to record either directly or set the Pioneer timer to record. Any suggestions ? many thanks trevor smith pp. roger white faberquinque@yahoo.co.uk

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