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HR20 Removing NFL Game from To Do List

Discussion in 'DIRECTV HD DVR/Receiver Discussion' started by SFjr, Dec 2, 2007.

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  1. SFjr

    SFjr AllStar

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    This is the 2nd week in a row I have setup a recording of the Redskins HD game off of the Sunday Ticket channels. I always setup the recording on Saturday night and verify that it is in the To Do List.

    When I returned from church last Sunday, the game was not recording and the item was removed from the To Do List.

    I just checked and the recordings I setup last night are no longer in the To Do List. This channel (726) appears to be the channel mapped to TNT-HD, since that programming is currently being shown on 726.

    Has anyone else experienced this behavior? This is a special Sunday for the 'Skins and I want to see the pre-game studio show and record the entire game. I won't be home to verify the recording...
     
  2. bonscott87

    bonscott87 Cutting Edge: ECHELON '07

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    Unfortunately sports channels like Sunday Ticket and Center Ice change all the time and it may be it gets dropped from the guide and readded to update some guide data with it. Sorry but nothing you can do about it in this case. I might suggest doing a manual recording on the channel instead of counting on the guide in this case. Good luck!
     
  3. Xaa

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    With all due respect to Sean Taylor this is NOT a special week for the Redskins. It's a tiny drop in their rich history that will be forgotten very soon. Sean Taylor wouldn't have played this week anyway.

    It's just the Redskins playing the pathetic Bills. Neither team is going anywhere. This game will not make one bit of difference in the scheme of the Redskins franchise.

    Be sad or appreciative for what was, but don't make this game something that it isn't.
     
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