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Topic # 60151 20-Apr-2010 18:46
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Noticed this lastnight on my PlayTV box but thought it was a glitch as TV3 etc., were fine.

I'm now scratching my head as to why TVNZ is still not there today, and did a full rescan to
make sure. Only TV3, Prime, Maori etc.

TVNZ/Sony just released TV Ondemand to the XMB today and am thinking hmmm
coincidence?

Does anyone know what's going on?

Cheers!

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  Reply # 321097 21-Apr-2010 07:45
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hey guys, a bit of an update.

I did a rescan this morning and I did find TVNZ but the quality was at like 30+% which is pretty much unwatchable - so I'm thinking it must be my trusty DIY aerial or the cable feeding it.

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  Reply # 321152 21-Apr-2010 09:30
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pulsta: hey guys, a bit of an update.

I did a rescan this morning and I did find TVNZ but the quality was at like 30+% which is pretty much unwatchable - so I'm thinking it must be my trusty DIY aerial or the cable feeding it.


make shore your antenna faces were the direction were you signal is coming from if not it will be very low a pixelte heeps



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  Reply # 321162 21-Apr-2010 09:37
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bob2009:
pulsta: hey guys, a bit of an update.

I did a rescan this morning and I did find TVNZ but the quality was at like 30+% which is pretty much unwatchable - so I'm thinking it must be my trusty DIY aerial or the cable feeding it.


make shore your antenna faces were the direction were you signal is coming from if not it will be very low a pixelte heeps


Thanks for that.

The antenna direction hasn't changed, in fact nothing has hence my original query. But I will recheck the signal lines and see what comes up.

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