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Topic # 150429 22-Jul-2014 13:09
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Hi, Our Igloo Tv has been down, partially, all morning.

We can receive the Freeview channels via the Igloo set top box but NOT the Igloo 11 channel pack channels?

This has been going on all morning?

It snowed here in the Wairarapa overnight. Wondering if that caused the problem?

I have put in an email to Igloo Support but have heard nothing back.

We receive our Freeview signal from Popoiti near Greytown.

Anyone else having the same issue?

Regards from a cold wet bleak day in the Wairarapa.

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  Reply # 1093713 22-Jul-2014 14:05
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WHy don't you call skytv as it is their low cost brand. I don't think sky participate here yet,

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  Reply # 1093728 22-Jul-2014 14:10
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Support for Igloo is done by Igloo directly 0800 2 44566 they also have a Facebook page




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  Reply # 1093741 22-Jul-2014 14:28
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An email just arrived from Igloo Support. Problem stems from current weather conditions. Senior technicians are working on it.

Will just have to be patient :)

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  Reply # 1093742 22-Jul-2014 14:31
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Igloo got iced tongue-out




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  Reply # 1094147 23-Jul-2014 11:50
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Transmitter died. JDA on the way with a spare. Access to Popoiti is weather dependant.

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