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Where these programs recorded via FreeView, or were they recorded off the Internet delivered channels?
If they are from Freeview, then you need to check the signal level and signal quality via the option on the YouView box.
Signal level should be in the range 60-80% and signal quality needs to be 100% for reliable recordings.
If they were recorded from the Internet, then you need to check for any broadband issues. Noise on the phone line is a common cause, but that normally causes breakup on live viewing of Internet channels.
Any recording will prematurely terminate if the signal is of poor quality, or is lost at some point.
If its affecting Freeview and Internet delivered channels, it does sound like a faulty YouView box. It it was just FreeView then it could be that the signal level was too hign.
Is it the new YouView box that you have, the one at the top of this picture?
Or is the UHD box as below
It's the top one.
It does sound like a problem with the box, unless any other forum members have any suggestions?
Have you reported the issue to the BT vision helpdesk?
The vision live chat team may be able to help.
There is also some help on this page http://bt.custhelp.com/app/answers/detail/a_id/52169/~/how-do-i-reset-my-youview-box-from-bt%3F
If the box was bought retail from a shop , then you should be within warranty as you indicate that it is less than a year old so contacting them makes sense.
The tips listed in
Can be tried.
I am a bit confused when you say it was bought from a shop, as normally BT supply the box as part of your BT Vision contract, so you can get the extra Internet delivered channels. Unless perhaps you had the small non-recordable one as part of the contract.
Anyway, I hope you get it sorted.