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You could try looking on Pioneer's web site to see if a firmware download is available. This sort of thing can happen as time and technology moves on, a firmware update can be like giving your machine a bit of an upgrade and often rectifies issues like this. As for channel four and 5 doesn't everybodies EPG behave like that? I think it's to do with bandwidth in the digital signal, quite often you will notice that groups of channels will be affected at the same time these usually share the same area of bandwidth.
Recording from the guide requires that the unit be off to receive guide info regularly and copy it to the HD. If your reception is poor or your DVD on time is too great, the guide will not have any info, and the recording be nameless, except for channel and time info. You can force the EPG mode by removing the power plug from the back of the unit, but only do this after you have turned the unit off! While copying the guide to the HD, the display shows EPG while th unit is off, and you will hear the HD cycling.
Hi Saturn et al, I had similar issues with my Pioneer DVR-520H. It completely went off for quite a while when it should be going to standby after a timer session. At the start it would come good after a few days. Eventually it went off altogether and nothing would bring it back. With my father-in-law being an electronics person we investigated with the help of the service manual which I found on the net. The finger was duly pointed at the power IC (MR2920) on the power supply board (Pioneer will sell only the complete board). I ordered the IC from the UK (nikko-electronics.co.uk) GBP8.99 which was the only place I could find it online and soldered it in myself (easy, if you can solder). All fixed and working again. Hope this helps.