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curtis
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TNT problems

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Since lunchtime today a lot of tnt channels don't work Fr2/3 c8 fr4 bmtv cnews c star gulli O . We just have terrestrial tv so direct into the tv and not through a box
Anyone else.?
If it's like that tomorrow I'll do an automatic retune.
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Re: TNT problems

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I would advise against a rescan, unless you have reason to believe the transmission frequency has changed. If you rescan and the channels are not found, it is more difficult to check the signal strength of the missing MUX.
It would seem most likely that something has changed with your antenna or cabling,

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Re: TNT problems

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Bugger. I did a rescan last night. Of course, now the "missing" chaines are no longer there as they couldn't be found. Is there any pattern in the ones that are missing ?
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Re: TNT problems

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The site: http://www.csa.fr/matnt/couverture will tell you how the TV channels are grouped into multiplexes, and if you put in your postcode, it will tell you which RF frequency each MUX is transmitted on the sites near you.

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