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Wannabe Geek

Topic # 93673 26-Nov-2011 15:30
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I have an LG TV with built in free view connected to a UHF aerial and it was working fine until a couple of days ago and now I cant pick up any free view at all when I try to tune it, but I can pick up the analogue TV channels so that means the cables are fine doesn't it?. I know I can pick up free view HD because the other TV we have connected to the same aerial is picking it up fine.

I don't really know much about this stuff and the TV itself has limited options and I don't know what to do next.

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  Reply # 550316 26-Nov-2011 15:55
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Have you chescked that you havent swithched to analoge channels instead of freeview we have a panasonic tv and you can go between the 2 with the tv input button

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Reply # 550335 26-Nov-2011 16:32
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I don't know what I did or how I fixed it but in a last ditch attempt to fix it I clambered onto the roof and played around with the aerial and now it works. Must be a loose connection or something. 

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