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Watch recorded programs when not connected


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#1 OFFLINE   dbb02

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Posted 19 May 2007 - 10:05 PM

I received a replacement HR20. I still have the old HR20 but it isn't connected to the dish. I want to continue watching the recorded programs on the old one. I can access the LIST , but when I hit PLAY, it shows me a message indicating it is "acquiring signal". If I power down and power back up, I can hear the program I'm PLAYing, but can't see it (acquiring signal message again). Hit list again, select a program, and only see the error, and can't hear program.

Is there a way to tell it to quit trying to acquire the signal so I can watch the recorded programs regardless of connection status?

Thanks in advance for your reply.

By the way, I appreciate the threads about how to control both HR20's with a single remote.

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