It started about a month or so ago...maybe longer. I noticed that many of our favorite shows were not being recorded.
The timers are in the DVR timer list. When I click on them to show the timer schedule they will usually say no timers scheduled. However, if I were to delete it then recreate it with the same settings (like only new programs) the future recordings will be listed then.
I will have to watch it more closely to see if the timers lose their schedule after an episode has recorded. But last night I set up Discoverys Gold Rush to record new and reruns. It recorded fine at 11pm and 1am and I think 2am? So it got all of those...This is one of them that keeps losing its schedule.
This does not happen with all of the recordings and there seems to be no pattern or channel that this occurs on. Its random it seems.
We have a lot of timers and around the same time I think we had hit the max number of timers so I removed some older stuff (I really hate this limit BTW).
The guide is showing all data way out in to the future.
I hit the reset button last night, but in previous attempts I pulled power.
It does appear that Autotune is somewhat immune to this software/guide/timer flaw. Furthermore, you are proving it can happen to Central timezone as well as Eastern timezone (and perhaps more than that - though, I only started to check on profiles for those reporting this problem.)
My latest test was to see what would happen if I just left my crazy Daily Schedule alone overnight. It somehow corrected itself, and it is back to normal this morning.
Well, you have certainly provided proof that it is more than just the Eastern and Central timezones. Thanks. Also AKST now. What night exactly - was it last night - on Monday night? Can you say what network or networks were involved in your Daily Schedule for the evening you had the 'no information' glitch? Mine was CBS. Trying to find the common denominators, which might help Dish isolate the problem. I personally believe there is a combo of something from the downloaded guide, maybe a particular network, and the recording timer, and the 922 software, because it doesn't happen to everyone - just some, but certainly broadly enough to show it is not a hardware issue.
While some may think the overnight "Update" does the trick - I would point out that running the 'Update' on the night of the 'no information' timer glitch does no good. It seems it has to be sometime the next day - early morning. Also, it has not done any good to soft-reset with red button, or hard-reset with AC power disconnect.