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Topic # 206101 9-Dec-2016 14:05
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Does TV3 SVOD actually work? I don't normally watch anything on Freeview but I wanted to check something on the TV3 site and all I get is a blank screen with different browsers on different computers. The main site comes up okay but any attempt to link to 3Now or anything else goes nowhere. I am using my default NZ IP DNS and I'm not sure what else to try, if anything.

 

 





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  Reply # 1685342 9-Dec-2016 14:49

Working for me on Chrome.





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  Reply # 1685343 9-Dec-2016 14:49
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Working OK here on my desktop though I can't watch anything as I don't have a logon. Using WIN10 and Firefox.

 

Maybe clearing out your cache, cookies and history may help? Worked for me in the past when I couldn't get onto a site.


 
 
 
 




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  Reply # 1685346 9-Dec-2016 14:53
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OK, thanks. I will give it a try.

 

 





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  Reply # 1685352 9-Dec-2016 15:11
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Still not working. I even downloaded a new browser but all I get is the TV Now logo and nothing else. I guess they really don't want viewers.

 

 





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  Reply # 1685359 9-Dec-2016 15:21
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Newshub works fine, also the videos, but 3Now remains blank. Very frustrating.

 

 





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  Reply # 1687478 14-Dec-2016 04:48
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Ad block software perhaps?



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  Reply # 1687592 14-Dec-2016 10:36
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I disabled that. Didn't make a difference.

 

 





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