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    What is Restart TV?

    Restart TV lets you start the program you are watching from the beginning, even if it’s half over! Never miss the beginning again! Channels on IPTV enabled for Restart TV are now displayed in the guide with an asterisk in front of the channel name (ex. * USAHD). 

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    To Restart a program:

    1. Press the OK button on the remote while viewing a program enabled for Restart TV
    2. You should see a menu open
    3. Press the OK button while highlighted on the option for Restart TV

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    The program will now begin playing from the beginning. You'll see "Restart TV" shown in the InfoBar as in the screenshot below.

    To exit the restarted program and return to Live TV:

    1. Press the OK button on the remote
    2. You will see a similar menu open
    3. Press the down button to highlight "Join Live TV"
    4. Press the OK button 

     

    Restart TV has been enabled for the channels listed below:

    • A&E Network
    • American Heroes
    • Animal Planet
    • Black Entertainment Television
    • BET Jams
    • BET Soul
    • Bravo
    • CMT
    • CMT Pure Country
    • Consumer News & Business Channel
    • Comedy Central
    • The Cooking Channel
    • Destination America
    • Discovery Family
    • Disney Junior East
    • The Disney Channel
    • Disney XD
    • Do It Yourself Network
    • Discovery Life Channel
    • ESPN2
    • ESPN Classic
    • ESPN News
    • ESPN
    • ESPNU
    • Food Network
    • FREEFORM
    • Fusion HD
    • FYI
    • Great American Country
    • The Golf Channel
    • GSN
    • Home & Garden Television
    • History
    • Investigation Discovery
    • Lifetime Television
    • Lifetime Real Women
    • MSNBC
    • MTV
    • MTV Tr3's
    • MTV2
    • MTV Hits
    • NBC Sports Network
    • Nick Jr.
    • Nickelodeon
    • Nicktoons Network
    • The Oprah Winfrey Network
    • Oxygen
    • Science
    • SEC Network
    • SEC Network 2
    • Spike TV
    • Syfy
    • The Discovery Channel
    • TeenNick
    • The Learning Channel
    • Travel Channel
    • TV Land
    • Universal
    • USA Network
    • Velocity
    • VH1
    • VH1 Classic
    • VICELAND
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