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Saturday, 30 March 2013
3:55 PM

My tv in the caravan was working this morning but now it has come up no signal the dish seem to be ok what would be wrong

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denise's 1 post GB

8:00 PM

denise : Considering the circumstances that the dish is being used under then the very first thing to suspect would be that the dish has been accidentally moved, as even the very minutest of movement of a magnitude that an experienced eye would not even detect is enough to knock the signal off.

Is the dish mounted on a pole attached to the caravan? or does it sit on a tripod? because irrespective of what might apply the dish alignment will require checking.

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jb38's 7,179 posts GB
Sunday, 31 March 2013
Steve P

12:55 AM

Denise we need more info.

Has the caravan moved?

How long have you used the setup in your present location? Any previous problems?

Have you had/got snow?

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Steve P's 1,173 posts GB
10:42 AM

I live in an area covered by the midhurst transmitter but though 4 of the Muxes come through quite strongly, the other 2, the ones with the bbc channels, no longer do (they worked fine before switchover). The 746 & 754 frequencies do not tune at all, though I can get channels from the more distant row Ridge or Hannington transmitters (just somewhat less consistent).

Is this an issue with my setup or just coincidence? It does seem strange the other frequencies come through perfectly but this set do not.

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Trevor's 1 post GB
Steve P

5:50 PM

+ UK digital TV reception predictor
Trevor I note that you are having problems with the more powerful Muxes. May be overloaded. Remove any amplification in your system, or try a cheap attenuator.

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Steve P's 1,173 posts GB
Monday, 1 April 2013
Pippa M
1:13 PM

Recent updates on two TVs (Freeview)OK. Third TV several channels missing including ITV3. Have re done set up etc still no joy. HELP

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Pippa M's 2 posts GB
Steve P

1:23 PM

Try again in the room where one of the working ones is

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Steve P's 1,173 posts GB
Wednesday, 3 April 2013
Jane Osborn
4:04 PM

Jane Osborn

Just want to say thanks to michael and dave who replied to me on 1st april. I tried hannington and mendip but mendip seems to be better. All my channels are now tuned to mendip and it seems ok most of the time. Might have to move aerial or get a more up to date one if the problem comes back


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Jane Osborn's 1 post GB
Thursday, 4 April 2013
ian from notts

7:25 AM

Pippa M- do a manuel signal check on all 3 tv's using itv3 to see if they are using the same frequency

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ian from notts's 253 posts GB
Tuesday, 9 April 2013
Dee Giles
9:46 AM

Will I have to purchase a bigger sat dish for freesat in spain lots of rumors around.I have a 90cm at present with a Humax box.Any help would be great thanks.

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