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When I record programme from the tv it always cuts of at least one or two minutes before the end of the programme is there any way to fix this


Try setting the time of your DVR to be precise. If the recording starts 2 minutes before the show starts it will cut off 2 minutes before the show ends! My DVR has functions that allow me to add a minute or two before or after the times set to record, but that can cause other problems like if you are recording 2 shows and you try to record a new show after a show that was being recorded, it won't allow you to, because it can only record 2 shows at a time! Best bet is tro synchronize your watch to the Internet time and use that to sync your DVR time.

Dec 03, 2015 | Televison & Video

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When selecting a show to record, it records the show on the wrong TV. In other words if we set a show to record for TV 1 it sets it to record on TV 2 and vice versa. How can this be fixed?


Hi bo745,

You can change the recording preferences by hitting menu on the remote then 8 - Preferences, 5 - Record Plus. You'll want to make sure you have Enabled selected and change the record preference to whichever TV you would like. If you have any further questions please feel free to e-mail me at nick.franta@dishnetwork.com

Nick Franta
DISH Network

May 04, 2011 | DISH Network ViP722 DTV Receiver /...

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We cannot watch a show on another channel on other


Hello! Dan Busa here with DISH Network customer service. This is actually how your DVR is supposed to function. A 622 is a dual tuner reciever meaning it's capable of watching or recording two live shows at a time. When you record a show you tie up one tuner, there are two work arounds. You can get an additional dvr receiver or you can set up record preferences and have everything automatically record to tv2.

Jul 20, 2010 | DISH Network ViP622 DVR DTV Receiver /...

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Recording instructions


well if the vcr is hooked up and you can watch a show on it put in a tape that has a movie on it then press play if you can see the show take out that tape put in your blank tape find the show on your tv u wish to record press record try this before the show comes on record a little bit of a show like 30 sec or so then rewind and play back to see if it did record if it did just repete this when the show that you want to record comes on hope this is helpfull....

May 30, 2010 | Panasonic AG-DV2000 Mini DV VCR

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Can not stop scheduled TV recording to DVD by pessing the STOP button


This happens if you are watching the show live and recording at the same time.

Option 1
Try changing the channel. It will ask you if you want to stop recording and go to the other channel.

Option 2
Go to the list of recorded shows. You can delete the show you wanted to press stop during (it will still be recording). The show will be deleted and, therefore, recording will be stopped.

Mar 17, 2010 | Panasonic DMR-ES35VS

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Can't watch show while recording


It doesn't do. No can do.Whatever channel you SWITCH ON TO AFTER you started recording be it timer or manual GETS recorded. Whether you switch onto inputs on your TV remote or cable remote IS the one getting recorded.

Jun 15, 2017 | Sony Televison & Video

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Unable to record show on the DVR


Try a hard reboot. Hold the power button on the box till it turns itself off. It will turn itself back on. After restarting try to record live tv. If you can't watch recorded shows either your harddrive may be fried. After thought, a $20 tv tuner card from e-bay for your computer, you could record them to your desktop.

Mar 11, 2009 | Televison & Video

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Is it possible to record one show, while watching another ??


You need to put a cable splitter on the cable. One side goes to the TV. The other side goes to the recorder. The output of the recorder goes to one of the alternate inputs on the TV. Set the recorder for whatever channel you want to record using its internal tuner. Use the TV tuner to watch a show live. Later, set the TV input to whatever you connected the recorder output to and watch your recording. You will probably need to do this to see the recorder menu to set up the recording.

Mar 10, 2009 | Panasonic DMR-EZ47V DVD Recorder/VCR

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Vhs camcorder will record no picture


the camcorder will show previous recording but not record any new ones only showing snow or as if something is blocking the cap showing like a white snow

Oct 16, 2008 | Quasar VM-L152 Camcorder

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Short Recording Time


TiVO also plans for other upcoming shows in total recording time. So if you 12 hours recorded, and another 20 or so hours scheduled in upcoming all as don't delete, then it won't allow additonal shows manually

Nov 21, 2006 | Samsung SIR-S4040R DirecTV DTV Receiver /...

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