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# 51949 1-Dec-2009 18:16
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hi all,

i have just moved my tivo from auckland cbd to mt eden, when it was in the city it got all channels fine, but now that i am in mt eden i get everything except tv3 and c4, antenna has clear line of sight to waitakere tower, signal meter shows 95/100 for all channels.
ive deleted all the settings and done a complete rescan but still wont pick it up.

any ideas?

thanks.




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# 282453 14-Dec-2009 19:41
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Hi Matt,
Any luck with the Tivo?  I've got the same problem down in ChCh.  Wonder if it has anything to do with TVNZ having part ownership of Tivo rights?  The signals all come from the same transmitter so why only TVNZ coming through?Frown

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  # 282456 14-Dec-2009 20:09
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Sb0h: Hi Matt,
Any luck with the Tivo?  I've got the same problem down in ChCh.  Wonder if it has anything to do with TVNZ having part ownership of Tivo rights?  The signals all come from the same transmitter so why only TVNZ coming through?Frown

Jason


3 muxes, 3 different frequencies, 3 different transmitters at each site. The fact that they are different transmitters on different frequencies means different behaviour. Get your antenna checked.




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  # 282560 15-Dec-2009 09:38
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redid some connections, it is now recognising the tv3 channel and getting the EPG but the actual audio and video is still nonexistant .... am going to try isolating the tivo at a closer point to the antenna to see if that helps.




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