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# 246694 17-Feb-2019 18:14
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Maybe Nationwide.

 

Severe pixelisation, all channels, so suspect a link problem.

 

Confirmed it is like this multiple properties ex Sugarloaf.

 

FreeView show NO problems on their Status page!


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  # 2181599 17-Feb-2019 18:17
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Same here on Satellite.... Signals are strong on all channels.... Must be the link somewhere...

 

 





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  # 2181600 17-Feb-2019 18:17
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Now the freeviewnz.tv site has crashed!

 

Hmm......no problems?!


 
 
 
 




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  # 2181604 17-Feb-2019 18:21
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Link stable last 2 mins.


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  # 2181612 17-Feb-2019 18:38
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Had the same issue in Wanganui.


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  # 2181616 17-Feb-2019 18:43
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Same in Palmerston North (the city of love) on a Sony Android TV

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  # 2181618 17-Feb-2019 18:46
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Also occurred for us. None of the television transmission towers are manned these days, are they?


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  # 2181620 17-Feb-2019 18:54
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same here - Auckland north shore!

 

Switched to TV3 news....


 
 
 
 


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  # 2181621 17-Feb-2019 18:54
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DarthKermit:

 

Also occurred for us. None of the television transmission towers are manned these days, are they?

 

 

Nope dont believe so, not like the old days when I was there and the old Marconi BD371's need nearly hourly tendering.

 

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  # 2181625 17-Feb-2019 19:01
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cyril7:

 

Nope dont believe so, not like the old days when I was there and the old Marconi BD371's need nearly hourly tendering.

 

Cyril

 

I transferred to Christchurch just as they de-manned Sugarloaf in January 1983! I was a trainee Radio Technician with the BCNZ then.


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  # 2181627 17-Feb-2019 19:04
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same in Welly on one of those Igloo units... switched to Kodi - TVNZ plugin :-)


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  # 2181629 17-Feb-2019 19:11
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ChCh, just tried the Panny box, all fine.




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  # 2181631 17-Feb-2019 19:14
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tdgeek:

 

ChCh, just tried the Panny box, all fine.

 

 

It was "fixed" just after 1820hrs.

 

Thought I had better post a "It's not just me" message when I confirmed it was widespread.


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  # 2181638 17-Feb-2019 19:25
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msukiwi:

 

tdgeek:

 

ChCh, just tried the Panny box, all fine.

 

 

It was "fixed" just after 1820hrs.

 

Thought I had better post a "It's not just me" message when I confirmed it was widespread.

 

 

Cool, tks


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  # 2181639 17-Feb-2019 19:34
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Yeah same issue off fitzherbert. I switched to Apple TV for live tv for 20 mins. Then saw it cone back.




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  # 2181666 17-Feb-2019 20:42
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I'm mildly amazed by the number of people who watch broadcast tv still.. 





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