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New Contributor giant45
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What is the difference between a white R and a red R when recording on a Fetch box?

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Esteemed Contributor
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Re: What is the difference between a white R and a red R when recording on a Fetch box?

Sounds like series record. One press of REC is a one off recording. Two presses means the show will be recorded whenever it airs (The Fetch box records the show, not the timeslot)

 

Peter Gillespie

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New Contributor giant45
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Re: What is the difference between a white R and a red R when recording on a Fetch box?

Thx Peter.  I use TV guide, select Channel, Record and confirm. Sometimes this results in a red R and other times a white R.  The red R produces a recorded program whereas the white R does not.

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Re: What is the difference between a white R and a red R when recording on a Fetch box?

I thought it was that the red R means it's recording right then as the show is playing. The white R is you've selected a show in the future to record so when it does start playing, it will change to red and then be stored for you to watch

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Re: What is the difference between a white R and a red R when recording on a Fetch box?

I agree with SamSam, as a serial recorder of Fetch recordings that is how it works on mine. 


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