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Topic # 55896 9-Jan-2010 12:36
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I recently installed a 43 element UHF aerial and pointed at the Haywoods transmitter.  I am at the top of Stokes Valley and I don't think I could get a good signal off Fitzherbit (I'm above the saddle through to Naenae).  I bought myself a JCMatthew DVB-TB01 and ran the auto-install.  I'm getting all of the channels perfectly except for the TVworks channels.  They either break up badly or say signal not found.

I found a thread here where someone mentioned that there was problems with the TV works channels off Haywoods.  Is there anyway to confirm this?  I contacted the Freeview helpline and they just told me to call an installer.

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  Reply # 288414 9-Jan-2010 12:39
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The comment about Haywards came from a post on the DTV forums

There are a few Freeview installers that frequent Geekzone, one of them may know a little more.




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  Reply # 288983 11-Jan-2010 15:18
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I was going to say that the problem appears to have been resolved as all three channels were working perfectly last night, but they have gone again today.

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