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# 46935 10-Nov-2009 09:20
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Some channels are down like tcm Disney ci documentary animal planet art channel and more all say scheduled maintenance but we never not told about it at all

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  # 271601 10-Nov-2009 12:07
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cws82us: ...but we never not told about it at all...

So you were told about it? Laughing

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  # 271610 10-Nov-2009 12:28
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No we never did got told about it. It's sucks how sky brings down 6 channels or more with out tell us for 3 to 4 hours but hey it's back up now

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  # 271614 10-Nov-2009 12:40
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Would you prefer maintenance work wasn't done at all and you lost channels for several days? :P

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  # 271663 10-Nov-2009 14:50
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True. But it will of been nice to let us know 3 to 4 days before.

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  # 271683 10-Nov-2009 15:45
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Non-Sky related: TelstraClear sent out messages on their decoder-messagebox, and recently they sent out notification via emails too..

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  # 271727 10-Nov-2009 17:34
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Just because the box suddenly says there is scheduled maintenance does not mean it is scheduled/planned. They probably would not want to say "disastrous loss of satellite feed" (e.g.).

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