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Topic # 223839 19-Oct-2017 20:09
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Hi all,

 

Just a chime in, got a call from mum in Hastings, freeview NZ guide not working since 1pm on DVB-T.
I'm also in Hastings and checked one of my only TV's, sure enough the guide button doesn't work.
For me Panasonic, Samsung TV's and Panasonic recorders not working.

 

A facebook post also indicates an issue from other users.

 

Anyone else can check and chime in location?

 

Matt


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  Reply # 1886428 19-Oct-2017 20:14
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Same problem here in Whangarei. looks like it is only TVNZ channels not working

 

Also Panasonic, Samsung TV's




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  Reply # 1886445 19-Oct-2017 20:47
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Same it seems its the TVNZ channels the guide doesn't work on. Works on Media Works.

 

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  Reply # 1886471 19-Oct-2017 21:34
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Cannot access (Freeview terrestrial) programme guide on my Panasonic , Christchurch.

 

I thought that it was something wrong with my Panasonic as accessing this feature is sometimes sluggish.


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  Reply # 1886479 19-Oct-2017 21:56
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Same here for my Samsung TV. I had thought it was just my TV.


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  Reply # 1886488 19-Oct-2017 22:17
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Just tried my DishTV T2200 DVB-T.  No guide on TVNZ channels


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  Reply # 1886784 20-Oct-2017 10:00
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The guide data is still present on satellite.


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  Reply # 1886805 20-Oct-2017 10:26
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Thought it was just my Panasonic (terrestrial) as I texted a gf and she said hers was ok forgetting she is on satellite. Did a complete rescan forgetting I would loose all my show preprogramming. Was going to factory reset but went to bed instead. Woke today and all is good. Had to reprogram again though.




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