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Topic # 102549 16-May-2012 20:21
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I seem to have lost tv3 and c4 from my channel list, I suspect being media works channels its a coverage issue as they just no longer appear under anyfrequency that I do receive....

Just going thru the layers of "support" but I'd be interested in any comments as to what may have happened.

Im getting good signal off the following frequencies
706, 626, 530, 578, 594.....with all associated channels but no tv3 or c4?

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  Reply # 626491 16-May-2012 20:43
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There were frequency changes affecting tv 3 and c4.. have you tried re tuning. I did that and got the channels back.




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  Reply # 626496 16-May-2012 20:52
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Yep tride all that just no sign of those particular channels, have done full rest, full channel scan.....nadda....help desk have suggested I get the aerial checked!

 
 
 
 


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  Reply # 626504 16-May-2012 21:04
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pacap: Yep tride all that just no sign of those particular channels, have done full rest, full channel scan.....nadda....help desk have suggested I get the aerial checked!

It's be your reception, I had the same problem with 3 and 4

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