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Thursday, 13 October 2011
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Archie
6:42 PM

Hi, I really hope you can help as I am running out of places to try and really dont know what to do! I live in Staffordshire and because of the location of my property have not been able to get any TV since the switch over. I have been trying for over three months to sort this and have been through the Digitgal help scheme, my MP and the BBC and after three engineer visits have been advised that 'sorry you can no longer have TV'. I had all five chanels before switchover and now nothing and cannot get cable or Sky either. If you have any advice I would really appreciate it. Many thanks

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Hannah
7:21 PM

Hello, a couple of days ago I suddenly lost Dave, Pick, Pick+1, Really and Challenge, all owned by the one company. Is it them that has a problem or is it me?
The channels were perfectly fine and every other freeview channel seems to be fine too.
At first the screens were just black, not even the 'no signal' message came up, the first thing I did was a re-scan / re-tune but now I've lost those channels altogether, I simply dont have those channels anymore, I go to 19 and it takes me to the closest working/existing channel 18. Please help! One of my fav channels is Really and my hubby loves Dave so we miss these channels dearly! PLEASE HELP!!!

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Friday, 14 October 2011
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wilkins
11:23 AM

Hi, have forgotten to retune over the past few weeks spare bedroom tv which is on digi box, hence have lost many channels. If i purchase new digi box will this resolve problem?

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Mitchell
12:10 PM
Hook

I have Freeview from Hannington. BBC Channels have an excellent signal but I cannot pick up ITV 1, Although ITV4 is fine. I have retuned my Topfield without success. I would be grateful for any advice.

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Mike Dimmick
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2:34 PM

Mitchell: Hannington's low-power digital broadcasts are seriously restricted to the north-east, east and south-east. This is because they currently use the same channels as the Guildford analogue transmissions. The main ITV/C4/C5 multiplex - which carries ITV1, ITV1 +1 and ITV2 - uses a less robust transmission mode that is more likely to have problems with this clash.

Digital UK currently show no prediction for five out of the six multiplexes from Hannington, for your postcode.

At switchover, the digital services take over the main antenna, which has no restriction.

You should *not* upgrade your aerial to attempt to get the services. If you do, you are likely to end up with too much signal when it does happen.

Switchover starts on 8 February 2012 - analogue BBC Two switches off, Mux 1 switches off, new high-power BBC A starts on BBC Two's old frequency - and completes on 22 February. The commercial multiplexes remain on the low-power digital antenna until the London DSO on 4 and 18 April 2012, as they still clash with Guildford until those dates.

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Briantist
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2:54 PM

Archie: Can you please provide a full postcode?

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Sunday, 16 October 2011
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andy
8:50 PM
Watchet

hi i have just moved in with my girlfriend, she as sky+ on multi room, which she doesnt pay for as her ex still pays, as he as taken one of the box's with him and a viewing card,leaving her with one box and one card. i have a sky hd box, is there anyway i can get the viewing card to work with my hd box with out ringing sky to match them, as we dont want sky or her ex to find out about this, as they may stop us getting it for free.

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