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Topic # 123230 29-Jun-2013 19:22
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Anyone noticed their EPG series record times in error again.
I encountered a problem with Series Record on Prime today.
I just happened to check my series record (Panasonic BWT720) for New Tricks tonight which is on from 1930 to 2045 and I found my record time was showing 1730 to 1800. It would seem the Prime Mux EPG has been corrupted since last weekend. I cancelled and reset the series record and it now shows correct times.
Fotunately I check regularly now since the last problem back at the end of Daylight saving.

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  Reply # 847289 30-Jun-2013 00:40
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I don't get that issue but I am getting recordings with the end or beginning cut off. I have checked the time on my pc and sync it to windows time so i think some channels (tv3, prime, choice, mainly, not dedicated sky channels) are just not running exactly to schedule. I have WMC to start recording 3 mins before and end 5 mins after too. Can be annoying...

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