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# 182437 15-Oct-2015 18:50
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Sky works just fine but when I plug in the freeviewplus Aerialbox it won't find any channels...?

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  # 1407404 15-Oct-2015 19:14
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If you check the freeview plus site, you will see that you need to have a UHF aerial and reception.    Nomention of Sky or satellite dish.

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  # 1407405 15-Oct-2015 19:16
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Yep, the user manual says UHF. Do you have a UHF aerial on your roof?  i.e. one of those ones the older SKY units used to use before satelite came along (dont get confused with VHF aerials). 



 
 
 
 


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  # 1407408 15-Oct-2015 19:20
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Why would you expect it to work? Sky is Satellite and requires a dish.The T2100 is Terrestrial and requires UHF. Read the manual. Freeview Plus is only available on UHF.

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  # 1407440 15-Oct-2015 20:34
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you need the S8200/other DVB-S if you want to use a satellite dish

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  # 1407504 15-Oct-2015 21:17
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Hi

I have to say, everyone on here is right, the T2100 only works with a UHF aerial, You may still be able to get UHF reception by entering your address in here:

 

http://www.freeviewnz.tv/get-freeview/get-freeview/

If you can get Freeview HD and you have a UHF aerial handy then it's best to connect the T2100 to it and you will be good to go! However if you can only get Freeview via Satellite then return the T2100 and buy a a satbox, or keep the T2100 if you want to have the ondemand apps

 

 




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  # 1407512 15-Oct-2015 21:35
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Thanks for the replies... Noob error. Swapped for the 'old' version and I'm running. Shame though would have.like the wifi, apps and ondemand stuff.

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  # 1407513 15-Oct-2015 21:39
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if you want that stuff get the S8200 and use the satelite, live tv is not HD though

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