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Topic # 77158 11-Feb-2011 15:05

Just discovered today that none of media works channels are working on my tivo. This includes tv3, 4 c4, and 3plus. All the other channels on the tivo are working perfectly, which would suggest a problem with mediaworks. All I get when I go to those channels is heavily pixilated and jerky with no sound, almost as though it is a reception problem. But I don't think it could be as it is only affects mediaworks channels and nothing has changed, and it was all working perfectly yesterday. I am in the Wellington region. I may try rebooting and re-tuning the tivo to see if that makes a difference, but wondering if anyone else is having the same problem.

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  Reply # 438382 11-Feb-2011 17:56 Send private message

Probably a signal related issue such as your aerial or cabling. It's not uncommon to see a single MUX with issues.

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  Reply # 438413 11-Feb-2011 19:03 Send private message

Have a look at the TiVo channel list and if there is a second option for the MW mux try that one..




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