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Master Geek
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  Reply # 610701 17-Apr-2012 17:46 Send private message

Wow! nice going, its all back to normal. I am amazed that they can tweak their signal for a specific brand of TV.
Thanks for your hard work!

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Geek
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  Reply # 610821 17-Apr-2012 21:11 Send private message

Yup confirmed all good when I got home, was nice to get it sorted.

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Master Geek


  Reply # 610830 17-Apr-2012 21:32 Send private message

Great, all good here too now.

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Wannabe Geek


  Reply # 612023 19-Apr-2012 16:41 Send private message

Acording to Kordia the fault was at Sugarloaf which affected all the services on the Kordia channel of DTT including the "radio" channels. The network configuration is such that it also affected Nelson viewers as well.
The faulty equipment was switched out with a standby unit.

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