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Thursday 18 August 2011 7:24PM

My area (Norfolk...postcode nr118bj) was forced to retune on 17th August and since then i have lost DAVE (my favourite) pick TV and several others. As you can understand im pretty pi***d off. Any advioe would be greatly appreciated. Thanks.

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Friday 19 August 2011 5:02PM
Norwich

ok, further to my previous post it appears i no longer have acces to anything that has been moved to MUX B or C in the retune at Tacolneston (cant spell it lol) I received perfect reception on absolutely every freeview channel up until the retune on the 17th and now every channel i watch or listen to is unavailable. Im getting an average of signal intensity 85% on both MUX's but 0% signal quality. This is not a technical issue at my end as im very clued in with my setup. Why havent the B and C mux been allocated more transmission power? I have checked the signal data at the top of this page and remarkably enough it says that both B and C are below average and D is poor but i can pick up D fine. I need to know whats going on as im seriously thinking about talking to CAB about this. Thanks


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Friday 2 September 2011 3:49PM
Norwich

Hi again :)
Since my previous 2 comments about not being able to receive any channels from Tacolneston on tp 68 i suddenly seem to be able to get perfect signal and channels first thing in the morning (7am on)which is great when i have just come off a night shift but when i wake up at 3pm there is no signal again and this persists until the following morning. I live on the edge of the transmission area (postcode NR118BJ Mundesley right on the seaside) and am wondering if you might have an idea whats going on. Im really getting frustrated now. What could the reason be as to getting signal in the morning and nothing mid afternoon onwards. Thanks :)

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