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Topic # 136695 5-Dec-2013 20:38
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I have a Panasonic DMR BDT720 which is full of Millionaire Hotseat due to Series Link. No worries, I will turn off Series Link, but I cannot seem to do that. I go to the guide and for the channel and time Hotseat is on Series Link there is no S s that I can press the red record button which should now be labelled cancel in order to turn link off. Driving me batty. I deleted enough to that 1 hour is free in case that was an issue.

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  Reply # 946262 5-Dec-2013 21:13
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Maybe with all my fiddling I turned it off, I'll check tomorrow

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  Reply # 946289 5-Dec-2013 21:58
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Try using the Del button instead of the red rec button.
Works for me.

 
 
 
 




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  Reply # 946290 5-Dec-2013 21:59
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Del in the Guide when program highlighted?

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  Reply # 946384 6-Dec-2013 08:59
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tdgeek: Del in the Guide when program highlighted?

Yes and if it doesn't work there then try in the Prog/Check menu.
If all fails try unplugging from wall and rebooting. I have to do this occasionally when I lose my network connection if the modem has been turned off and unpowered and I can't reconnect. Works every time.
Cold reboot seems to fix any problems.
The manual is not very helpful in some areas.



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  Reply # 946386 6-Dec-2013 09:02
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B1GGLZ:
tdgeek: Del in the Guide when program highlighted?

Yes and if it doesn't work there then try in the Prog/Check menu.
If all fails try unplugging from wall and rebooting. I have to do this occasionally when I lose my network connection if the modem has been turned off and unpowered and I can't reconnect. Works every time.
Cold reboot seems to fix any problems.
The manual is not very helpful in some areas.


Tks , will try those fixes tonite

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