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Topic # 151163 15-Aug-2014 20:50
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I used to get them all fine but (Wellington) the recent high winds might have moved the aerial off alignment.

Now I can only get TV1/2 so perhaps I am offline with the Mediaworks transponder? Can't get Prime either.

Time to call the aerial guy?




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  Reply # 1109346 15-Aug-2014 22:32

Yeah, your aerial...




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  Reply # 1109355 15-Aug-2014 23:16
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Wow - thought I was going crazy.  I have exactly this problem, for the past few days ... can't quite pinpoint exactly how many.  A week?

Newlands - Mt Kaukau.  TV1 and TV2 fine, TV3 & Prime rubbish.  They used to be perfect.

I had also recently added an AV receiver to my setup which I had been blaming for the problem, but was beginning to suspect the aerial when I read this post.

Looks like I'm up a ladder tomorrow.

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