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Topic # 124606 13-Jul-2013 23:06
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Hi All,
I am getting some glitches on TV2 and TV3+1.
Signal meter says 83 - 84%
I only have the one DVB-T device and that is a Tivo box.
Is there anyone else having trouble or just me?
I have clear LOS to Waitarua and the tive has been fine for 18 months. Antenna was on the house whe we bought it 9 years ago but before I jump on the roof to have a look I thought I would check others.
Cheers
John




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  Reply # 855119 13-Jul-2013 23:49

Me too. Breakup on all channels every 5 mins or so. Waiatarua Panasonic PVR and tv.




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  Reply # 855124 13-Jul-2013 23:54
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glad it is not just me, saves me getting on the roof tomorrow.




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  Reply # 855146 14-Jul-2013 08:06
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I was trying to watch the Blues v Crusaders game last night on Prime and that kept losing signal for me here in Papatoetoe....... should have just gone to bed ;-)

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