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Recordind tennis but I don't know why

Discussion in 'ViP612/622/722/722K DVR Support Forum' started by GaryK, Jun 25, 2008.

  1. GaryK

    GaryK Mentor

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    Wimbledon tennis is being recorded daily on my 622, but I don't know why. The good news is, I do want to record it. When I look at the daily schedule, I see the new Wimbledon shows to be recorded. When I try to edit it, It says the Australian Open Tennis? When I look at my timers, there is no Wimbledon. Only the Australian & French Open. Any ideas why this is happening? I don't want to delete the Australian.:confused:
     
  2. Ron Barry

    Ron Barry 622 Tips & Trick Keeper DBSTalk Club

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    What type of timer is it? If a Dish Pass i would look at the string the timer is searching on.. that might provide a clue.
     
  3. keitheva

    keitheva Legend

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    I had a similar thing. I had set a timer to record the French Open finals a few weeks ago, and this timer was now firing Wimbledon recordings. I assume there was something in the program name/info pattern matching algorithm the 622 uses that caused a match. I just deleted the timer for the French Open and now no extraneous Wimbledon recordings.
     
  4. GaryK

    GaryK Mentor

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    This is a regular timer not Dish pass. It is set for new episodes only. The string is for the Australian Open. Tessis is not in either string of the title.
     
  5. Marriner

    Marriner Legend

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    Echostar has done it! The first intuitive DVR! All you have to do is set a timer to record an event and it "KNOWS" what you like and records it too. Amazing technology. :)
     
  6. tnsprin

    tnsprin Hall Of Fame

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    They are listed as the same show, a numeric number, and different episodes. So if you Recorded the Australian Open now you get Wimbeldon
     

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