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Topic # 105341 2-Jul-2012 22:31
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Anyone notice there is only 5 days of Prime EPG being maintained at present, not 14.

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  Reply # 649913 3-Jul-2012 10:33
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Maybe the agreement was that they only supply the same data as goes to the Mheg5 service.



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  Reply # 649996 3-Jul-2012 12:43
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That would be 8 days though surely?

 
 
 
 


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  Reply # 649997 3-Jul-2012 12:45
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But how often would it be updated?

And things like repeats aren't flagged either.



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  Reply # 650000 3-Jul-2012 12:51
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If I force an update on the Tivo on any given day, I'm still only getting 5 days.

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  Reply # 650002 3-Jul-2012 12:53
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Hi Guys,

I am checking from my end, it sounds more like a glitch.

Dan

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  Reply # 651445 5-Jul-2012 17:53
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I updated the guide today 4pm.

Once guide load was finished it went up to thursday next week on prime, seems to be 8 days same as what sky shows up to.



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