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Topic # 55301 29-Dec-2009 09:16
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Ok, so I have had for a many months Freeview HD working quite happily on my Win7 PC.
However in the last couple of days I have been unable to get some channels.
Does anyone know if there have been issues with the transmission itself, is anyone else having the same issue or is it just me?


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  Reply # 285780 29-Dec-2009 09:24
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When you say 5 & 6 are you actually meaning TVNZ6 and TVNZ7?

Sounds like a signal issue with the TVNZ MUX, I'd check your aerial and connections.

TVNZ Sport Extra also doesn't exist any longer and hasn't done since August.


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  Reply # 285781 29-Dec-2009 09:25
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Where do you live might help although I would have thought others would be posting up if it was a transmitter down.

By the way sports extra has been shut down for a while now.







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