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Topic # 181025 29-Sep-2015 20:36
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Hi anyone else having an issue with Sky where TV1 2 and 3 are not broadcasting?

Tried calling the 0800 759 759 number but just getting a repeating beeping sound (dead line?).




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  Reply # 1396836 29-Sep-2015 20:41
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Yup it's flcked




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  Reply # 1396849 29-Sep-2015 21:00
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same here had to switch to freeview

going now but that doesnt help missed content.



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  Reply # 1397040 30-Sep-2015 08:28
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yeah I even rebooted the sky box which meant I lost the Block that was recording at the time - ah well, silver lining I guess :)




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  Reply # 1397062 30-Sep-2015 08:54
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Oh dear.  It's the end of the world according to Twitter posts last nite..




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  Reply # 1397063 30-Sep-2015 08:55
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we just flicked to freeview so the wife could finish watching



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  Reply # 1397066 30-Sep-2015 08:59
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Jase2985: we just flicked to freeview so the wife could finish watching

My daughter was "busy" which is why it was recording.  It means that she may have to interrupt her busy social media/watching YouTube/watching other recorded programs and watch it on-demand!

It's tough being a kid, fortunately there on school holidays at the moment so she may be able to find the time!




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