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#267897 17-Feb-2020 11:46
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Hi All,

 

 

 

I'm new here.

 

I imagine that this question has been asked before, but as I can't figure out how to search through previous questions I guess I have to ask it.

 

Can we delete channels on the Panasonic DMR-HWT260?

 

There's a function that lets you hide them, when you untick it, but they does not delete channels, they are all still there when scrolling through the channel changer.

 

Cheers,

 

Rob


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  #2422375 17-Feb-2020 12:45
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There is no way to do Delete tuned in channels. You can, as you already know, only Hide channels.

 

The Hide (untick) ability should work and when you scroll using the either of the Channel buttons on the remote it should skip those Hidden channels. (It does for me on my Panasonic Blu-ray PVR DMR-BWT835) Refer to Page 57 of your manual. If you no longer have the manual go here

 

Of course you could set up one of four Favourites lists and just use the Favourites menu.





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  #2422383 17-Feb-2020 13:13
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Hi,

 

I kind of figured that, but thought maybe someone had a work around.

 

 

 

Thank you for your help.

 

 

 

Cheers,

 

Rob


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