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    Watching TV while recording on another channel

    I have a 2TB HD connecting via USB for recording programs. Now I discover that when I program a recording on channel A it's not possible to watch simultaniously on channel B. Am I doing something wrong? I hope so. Any suggestions to solve this problem?

    My smart tv = 47PFL4307H

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    No, you're doing everything right. If you search the forum, this has been asked many times, always with the same answer.

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