PVR auto shutoff???

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Good Samaritan

I would like to keep my tv on when I am away to give some noise for my puppy until I return.  I have done this a few times and each time when I get home I see NO SIGNAL on my tv - it appears that the PVR box has shut off and my puppy is left in total silence hearing every little noise in the apartment.  any ideas/settings to change???

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Rockstar

Call in to support  and have the auto shutoff changed from 4 hours to 24 hours. 

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Good Samaritan

Perfect.  Thanks!!  You wouldn't happen to have a phone number for the support and their hours of operation???

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Rockstar
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Might a radio be a better choice?  TV screen do have number of hours MTBF, and leaving it on all day shortens your viewing enjoyment.

 

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@NFtoBC wrote:

leaving it on all day shortens your viewing enjoyment.

 


Perhaps, but in the hands of seniors..... it's like the world has ended when the Optik box goes to sleep and they can't figure out out how to turn the Optik box back on without turning the TV off.  I would love to see it raised to 6 or 8 hours.

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@xl wrote:

Perhaps, but in the hands of seniors..... it's like the world has ended when the Optik box goes to sleep and they can't figure out out how to turn the Optik box back on without turning the TV off.  I would love to see it raised to 6 or 8 hours.


Well, at least the clock is gone from the front of the VCR! <Blink>12:00 </Blink>

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