DISH A timer is your statement recipient programs you want to see in the future. For most DRE (external recording device) or a VCR, you select a specific program for a specific channel, and to tell the receiver how often you want to save the program. There are four types
VCR records an event on a tape already inserted for later viewing. Be sure to have your connected and connected VCR. Auto Tune will automatically change the channel for live viewing of the event.
Reminder creates a reminder on the screen when the event is about to air.
This option is available only if you enable the feature. weekly recording a program once a week then that channel.
Log records a program once a day, then this channel
Mon-Fri recording a program once a day, Monday to Friday, at the selected time in this channel.
When a timer is started
For two minutes before it begins recording, the receiver can display a digital counter (recall timer) on the TV screen. This countdown appears at program startup. Select Stop to stop the timer.
Note: Press INFO on the recall timer only works once. results information by pressing the following information displayed in the current program.
To block programs you enter the recipient's password before you can create an automatic timer. You can create a manual timer for a locked program without an automatic timer. You can create a manual timer for a locked program without entering the password. However, if you do this when the timer operates the receiver may display only an error input menu or password.
To pay by Show programs should order a Pay Per View program when you create a timer for it.
To blackened programs if you set a timer for a program that is spent in your area when the timer operates the receiver may display an error.
Why timers are ignored
If a timer is ignored, the reason is indicated in the list of timers.
This timer has a priority lower than the priority of other events that are recorded at the time.
User a user chose to skip this timer.
Duplicate event already exists another timer set to record the program.
DVR events are in the program have been recorded and can be seen in the daily schedule list.
Currently, a new episode is the one who this year listed the Program Guide information.
Incorrect event for weekly, daily and Time Monday through Friday. If the guide has a different event timer listed will be ignored. Using the list of timers
Use the schedule list for:
See the general list of timers.
Create a manual timer
Edit a timer.
Setting up a timer
You can create a timer to a future event. Find the future program you want to record using the programs Overview Guide. The program can be a satellite program or over-the-air programming.
Select the upcoming event. Create display timer
Select the frequency of timer
Select a type of timer.
Select Create timer to complete the creation of the new timer.
Creating a manual timer
Press Menu and select timers.
Select Create timer.
Select frequency Timer
Select the timer type
Select the channel (rover-the-air satellite), using the arrow keys on the remote control or keyboard to find the channel.
Select Change Time
Set the start time and end time, being sure to specify AM or PM
Set the date
Select Create Timer
Deleting a Timer
Press MENU and select Timers
Select counters to remove
Select Delete. Timers are excluded
If you try to create event timers for overlapping programs, the receiver displays a screen with the dates and times for these two programs. The receiver also displays this screen if a program time has changed causing a timer to overlap. Allowing the registration connection
Your receiver has a timer function called link register. This feature sends data (audio, video and other commands) to an external device that you can connect with RCA or S-video outputs of the receiver, which allows the program to be stored on an external device.
Verify that the Updates feature enabled.
If VCR does not respond to commands from the receiver, see if you accidentally left the protective film on the front panel of the receiver.