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Freeview box losing channels


newface

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My mother in law has an old thomson freeview box. Recently it has been losing channels on a regular (almost daily) basis. If we re download the missing channels they reappear, but disappear again very quickly. Is there anything she can do about this.

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SparkyJack

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A similar query here- Aerial problems are common
External ones can become knocked 'offtune' in the wind or as in my case a loft one had simply 'drooped' on its mount - a shove up ans twist aligned it- and I had all 106 channels back that had been slowly getting less and less.

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BT

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Could this be part of the problem.
click here

If its old perhaps a new one would be the best bet. There are plenty of basic boxes available for under £20.

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morddwyd

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Sounds like the signal has degraded.

Check all your aerial connection.

If you still have analogue check out analogue teletext; it's quite a good rough check of signal quality.

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