The Recordable Freesat 4K set top box uses an internal hard drive to enable to you record, pause and playback live TV.
Like all hard drives, they can fail.
If your Recordable Freesat 4K set top box starts to miss recordings, then this may be the first indication that the hard drive is failing.
The box may also display a “something is wrong” warning screen when powering up.
You are given the options to reboot, delete recordings, or ignore.
But if the hard drive has failed, then you will continue to see the “something is wrong” warning screen when powering up.
Usually the only option is to replace the failed hard drive with a new working drive.
In this video we remove the failed hard disk drive, and install a solid state drive – ssd
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This is the process how to install a new hard drive into your Recordable Freesat 4K set top box