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Bogus "Recording Conflict" notices

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Since moving and transferring my Comcast service, some of my series recordings have the regular program in the "Scheduled" category, but then right below that program will be the same program, on another channel, with "Recording Conflict" indicated. This doesn't appear to interfere with the actual recording of the show, but it is very irritating to see all the bogus "Recording Conflict" notices - it makes it harder to zero in on the REAL recording conflicts. Has anyone else seen this or know how to fix it? Thanks!

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Please provide the model numbers of all X1 boxes in your home.
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I have the same issue, please help, and TIA  main box is model PX013ANM all others CISCO CXD01ANI

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I'm having the same problem. It started this week. I have about 50 scheduled recordings of NBA Game Time. It won't delete from the box and any time I try, it just adds more episodes to the schedule. System refresh or reset doesn't solve the problem.
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Has anyone had their issue resolved? Our problem has persisted for the last month or two and is for the tv show "Last Man Standing".

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Have you tried telling it you only want it to record the program you want on a specific channel?

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Never heard any response back from Cocast, after the season end of Last Man Standing we deleted the recording as the show has been canceled. We just had the same problem with Criminal Minds though as the show airs on CBS and the reruns are starting on ION. I have noticed when you search a show directly it does not give you the option of reocording only on a specific channel, only HD or SD, but if you record the show from the Guide you can select a specfic channel to record from. Unfortunately almost all my recordings were set from search not the guide.

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Mpbcmb1991 wrote:

Never heard any response back from Cocast, after the season end of Last Man Standing we deleted the recording as the show has been canceled. We just had the same problem with Criminal Minds though as the show airs on CBS and the reruns are starting on ION. I have noticed when you search a show directly it does not give you the option of reocording only on a specific channel, only HD or SD, but if you record the show from the Guide you can select a specfic channel to record from. Unfortunately almost all my recordings were set from search not the guide.


basically 'if' you search for a show to record you are adding it like a favorite (not channel specific). What I do is find a show on the channel I want to record by using search, episodes. then I note the channel, date and time and then press guide to find it and set the recording from there and then that channel will be available to select in the record options.




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