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Topic # 98594 2-Mar-2012 11:19 Send private message

I have been searching but cant find an answer.   I have bought the tivo and having seen where many people have had to replace their tivo, I am hesitant to buy the hNP.

If I buy the HNP and the Tivo packs up and has to be replaced, does the hNP transfer to the new unit or do you have to buy it over again




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  Reply # 589286 2-Mar-2012 11:22 Send private message

It's attached to your account. Automatically attached to any TiVo on that account.



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Reply # 589287 2-Mar-2012 11:24 Send private message

okay thanks for that.  With my luck, I get a lot of things that end up being faulty and didnt want to also buy the HNP and then have to buy it again if the unit had to be replaced.  I will go ahead and buy the package.




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