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Topic # 192256 3-Mar-2016 14:30
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I'm exploring my sparkling new T2100 and was puzzled by its reluctance to allow me to move the channel display so the most popular channels are together at the top. I've managed to skip the unwanted channels but attempts to move them brings up the warning "Not possible in LCN On Mode"
What's the story?

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  Reply # 1505537 3-Mar-2016 14:57
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Hi Ian


You will need to switch off LCN mode off from another part of the menu, to do this simply do the following:



  1. Go to Menu > Settings > System Settings > LCN  - Switch to OFF and save
  2. Go back to Channel Organiser, you can now move the channels to your preference.


Turning LCN back on will auto arrange the channels back to the Freeview allocations.



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  Reply # 1505617 3-Mar-2016 18:12
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LCN means logical channel number, and the number comes from the broadcast so you cannot change it.


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