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# 109497 20-Sep-2012 17:41
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Prime breaks up and often loses signal completely on Panasonic Viera TV, but all other channels fine and so is Prime if I tune through Panasonic DMR-XW380.
Any ideas?

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  # 689030 20-Sep-2012 18:50
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Have you checked and compared the signal strength on each in the setup menus?
Maybe you have a marginal signal on Prime and one tuner is more sensitive than the other.

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  # 689031 20-Sep-2012 18:51
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Are you in Canterbury by chance?

 
 
 
 


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  # 689055 20-Sep-2012 19:29
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Can you check if you get break up on MTS or Parliament TV? Prime sit insides a multiplex so to prove it is an issue on the mux on your installation, can you attempt to check these other channels?



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  # 689546 21-Sep-2012 17:06
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In Henderson, Auckland with line of sight to the Waiatarua transmitter.
Maori TV is also breaking up now that I go look at it.

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  # 689556 21-Sep-2012 17:45
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Check the signal strength on your equipment. You might have some reception issues just with that multiplex.




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  # 690218 23-Sep-2012 18:02
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I think it may be the TV itself now, after 1/2 an hour or so the problem seems to disappear. I suspect a cap somewhere in the UHF tuner is giving up.

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