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I have my Pansat in one of my inputs on the TV ,always on, so when I go to the input I am ready to go. But sometimes when I try to record some shows, it sometimes records and sometimes it doesn't. So my question is does the Pansat need to be off prior to recording or does it make a difference on or off.

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Today's free to air satellite tv receiver's are changing as the free to air broadcasters change to different digital formats of broadcaster's cable and internet providers equipment. Using a 10 foot dish, or a 30 inch dish is how to record their programs; so if it is on any one channel that came from the 80's is way different than today's multi-channel provider. The 9200 is the best Pansat ever; and free to air channels from 2000 to today are very available free to air satellite tv still today; and the 9200 only is used to record the satellite free to air channels in Consumer homes. if it is on; the receiver will record and show on the HDTV; if it is off; it only uses less power.
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