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Old 07-08-2007, 19:36   #1
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[Sky+] Recording the last programme of the day doesn't stop recording ??

Hi all,

The title of the thread sounds vague but basically ....

This might only be the case for the CBeebies channel but on both mine and a friend's Sky+ box ... if you tell it to record the last programme of the day (In The Night Garden) then it doesn't stop recording once the programme has finished :confused: You have to go into the planner and cancel the recording.

Has anyone else noticed this ? Is this an issue with just particular channels ? Or may just particular programmes ?

TIA for any help.


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Old 09-08-2007, 01:19   #2
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Dunno as I don't actually record it, but I have noticed that as soon as it finishes you get a 'no satellite signal received' message - maybe it's the way the channel abruptly ends it's transmission confusing things..

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