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Old 01-13-2007, 05:30 PM   #1
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Question Weird Stiletto Behavior

I'm a new forum member, long-time lurker. I recently upgraded from the s50 to the Stiletto and so far, so good. Today I had something weird happen. I had my Stiletto in the home dock, recording a show at 3pm, but also listening to it. Every few minutes, I'd hear the Stiletto's "attention" sound and it would display a message: "Do you want to stop recording and change channels?" It normally does this if you try to change channels while recording, but I wasn't. It did this every few minutes for the duration of the recording. Then at 4pm, once recording was over, it changed channels to 155, which is the Detroit area weather and traffic. I have no idea why it did this. Any ideas, and has this happened to anyone else?
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My guess is that somehow the "Jump" button was pressed on the remote for the home dock and wanted to go to the local traffic and weather channel (155) which is on a 4 or 5 minute cycle.
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My guess is that somehow the "Jump" button was pressed on the remote for the home dock and wanted to go to the local traffic and weather channel (155) which is on a 4 or 5 minute cycle.
My first thought was that something was on the remote, pressing on a button, but the remote was just sitting there, nothing touching it. But are you saying that by pressing the "jump" button once, the Stiletto will keep trying to change the channel until it is successful? Wow, persistent little bugger, isn't it? I'll have to try that next time I'm recording to see. Thanks!
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