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Topic # 195039 3-Apr-2016 20:54
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OK This WAS going to be for my own sanity, for people please check their EIT/Guides have updated with NZST

 

Fair warning.. your recordings may/will be screwed up :) Seems I am not alone going by their FB comments.

Have 3 panasonics that are still +1 and was going to ask here to narrow it down to a OTA update issue before emailing Freeview or a update to FW needed to apply the change.

 

 

 

 


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  Reply # 1525394 3-Apr-2016 21:00
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Ouch, thats quite a flaw... 

 

 

 

I would have killed my phone if it made me turn up an hour early for work today...





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  Reply # 1525410 3-Apr-2016 22:07
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I think my Panasonic changed already. I haven't checked the recordings but the clock on the front is correct. Do I need to check my recordings list?


 
 
 
 


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  Reply # 1525425 3-Apr-2016 22:24
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Its potentially a regional thing. Yet to determine. The giveaway is the clock that appears on channel info panel being out


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  Reply # 1525444 3-Apr-2016 22:41
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No problems with my Panasonic BWT720. It's showing the correct time today and recording at the correct times.

 

P.S. Same thing happened last year with many STBs. You think they'd learn from past errors.




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  Reply # 1525445 3-Apr-2016 22:47
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I forgot about recorders.. I should have specified my particular cases area all 2013 Plasmas :)

 

Mine in particular the ST50. And the other 2 VT30s


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  Reply # 1525473 4-Apr-2016 07:12
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Oblivian:

I forgot about recorders.. I should have specified my particular cases area all 2013 Plasmas :)


Mine in particular the ST50. And the other 2 VT30s



Noticed that on my Panasonic g10 plasma last night oddly enough.
Don't ever recall seeing the freeview time out by an hour before.
I think the guides were correct ie displayed what was on "now' but the time had not adjusted to DST.




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  Reply # 1525547 4-Apr-2016 09:13
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No reports from the Dish TV aerialBox and satBox models unless customers have manually overridden the FV network time retrieval, it might be best to contact the Manufacturer first before Freeview as it will be likely Freeview will ask you to do that.  





 

 

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  Reply # 1525550 4-Apr-2016 09:28
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The monday PR crew have kicked in and asking region and models now.

 

 

 

But I also have  Panasonic rep onto it too.


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  Reply # 1526292 5-Apr-2016 12:31
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my panasonic vt50 thought daylight saving was still on well into monday.

 

seems on the nz models you can't manually change the time but you can on the aus equivalents.

 

undecided

 

tivo and samsung tv all changed back to standard time.


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  Reply # 1526316 5-Apr-2016 13:11
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The Freeview box (network connected) is one of the few things in the house that didn't self adjust.

 

You would think they could get this right.

 

Even the Mazda 3 display and the time display on the boat self adjusted.

 


 





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  Reply # 1526561 5-Apr-2016 21:31
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Yeah some prodding on the freeview FB page and some internal panasonic kicks resulted in a change being applied mid morning monday.

 

Despite no clear indication of 'we fixed it try now' other than "clocks should be OK, what model and where are you" a few times - magic! ;)


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  Reply # 1526562 5-Apr-2016 21:36
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robjg63:
Oblivian:

 

I forgot about recorders.. I should have specified my particular cases area all 2013 Plasmas :)

 

 

 

Mine in particular the ST50. And the other 2 VT30s

 



Noticed that on my Panasonic g10 plasma last night oddly enough.
Don't ever recall seeing the freeview time out by an hour before.
I think the guides were correct ie displayed what was on "now' but the time had not adjusted to DST.

 

 

 

By monday night all was well again. Never noticed it wrong in other years.

 

Odd...





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