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Topic # 31524 20-Mar-2009 19:38
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If a program is booked to record at a later time, Or the unit is currently recording can you put it into standby? or will this stop the recording


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  Reply # 202423 20-Mar-2009 20:37
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Wills1: If a program is booked to record at a later time, Or the unit is currently recording can you put it into standby? or will this stop the recording



You can safely put the unit in standby.  The only thing that standby really does is stop the display of the 'live channel' to your TV.  The recordings will continue.  The hard drive keeps spinning even in standby.




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