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Topic # 112841 23-Dec-2012 11:33
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Hi,  Just of this morning Sunday 23rd here in Masterton in the Wairarapa we have "No or Weak signal" on TV1,Tv2, Tv1 delayed and U channels. All other freeview channels are fine. This is across 3 Samsung Tvs with built in freeview, the problem is identicle.
Anyone else in the Wairarapa having the same problem?

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  Reply # 736529 23-Dec-2012 11:44
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yes I have the same problem with my Panasonic tv with free view built in,no picture for tv1,tv2 or tv1+1.

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  Reply # 736530 23-Dec-2012 11:44
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Are these three TVs all connected to the same aerial?

Edit: The post above snuck in while I was typing ... looks like a moot point now.

 
 
 
 


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  Reply # 736532 23-Dec-2012 11:46
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Yeah I am having the same problem here in Masterton. Was all fine last night but now both my TV's have no signal on those channels.

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  Reply # 736533 23-Dec-2012 11:51
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have just checked epg and tv1,tv2 and tv1+1 are still there on the epg but so are some new channels as well,i would say some body stuffed up from freeview or some thing.



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  Reply # 736534 23-Dec-2012 11:55
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What ever the problem was its fixed now, 11:55am All channels good :)

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  Reply # 736781 24-Dec-2012 09:28
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no its not im only getting 6 out of 15 channels today 24/12/2012

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  Reply # 736783 24-Dec-2012 09:33
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I have been having the same issues too. Yesterday morning it would mostly be off and sometimes come back on for a while. Was fixed for the evening. The tv isn't on right now so I can't check.

We have a TiVo so the TVNZ epg is always there taunting me.




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  Reply # 736785 24-Dec-2012 09:36
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Oh, yesterday I sent an email to JDA. No response as of yet.

UPDATE: It seems that Mediaworks Channels are not working too. The only channels that are working are the kordia/jda ones.




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  Reply # 736799 24-Dec-2012 10:28
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Same here, came right yesterday, Sunday late morning but gone again Monday. Only worse,TV1/2/3/4/1+1/3+1/U/C4/Shopping Channel are  all down this time.

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  Reply # 736856 24-Dec-2012 13:27
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Update from FreeviewNZ's Facebook Page:

Hi Wairarapa/Masterton viewers (those receiving signal from Popoiti via UHF aerials) - we've been notified of a fault affecting the transmission of TVNZ & mediaworks channels. The transmission provider is aware of this issue and has technicians on-site investigating & working towards a resolution ASAP.

https://www.facebook.com/freeviewnz/posts/574783715871236




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  Reply # 736877 24-Dec-2012 15:47
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Another Update:

Hi again, the transmission provider has just updated us that the technician has restored service to the Popoiti site; however the tower is running on reduced power until reinforcements can arrive after the holiday season. TVNZ & Mediaworks channels may be affected by pixelation if you're in a fringe coverage area, or if your UHF aerial has moved out of alignment with the Popoiti transmission tower (see bit.ly/V3NbQh for coverage map). We thank you, on behalf of the transmission provider, for your patience & understanding.

So reduced power huh. Must be a major issue to cause that. They would be running from a backup transmitter. I tip my hat to the technician(s) that left their families on Christmas Eve to get our telles working again.




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  Reply # 736917 24-Dec-2012 17:39
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Thank You  The Naggyman for keeping us updated. I have no need for facebook or twitter in my life ;)
All good here, all channels showing and no pixilation. Merry Christmas and a TY to the techs who fixed the problem.

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