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Wednesday, 24 July 2013
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Neil Bell
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3:15 AM

Robert As long as your set top box is a satellite (Freesat or free to air sat) receiver and there are no trees blocking the dish then "yes". If its a terrestrial (Freeview) receiver then "no"

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Saturday, 27 July 2013
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christine
9:37 PM

would a thunder storm or hevy rain interfere with my sky signal

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Dave Lindsay
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9:38 PM

christine: It could do.

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Sunday, 28 July 2013
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David Young
4:35 PM

Sky Box not used for 2 years - how long is the update likely to take ?

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jb38
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4:42 PM

David Young: If you are meaning the disconnecting the box from the mains then reconnecting it again whilst holding in the back up button "on the box" until the three leds come on, then it can take up to 30 minutes.

However as far as channels are concerned, every time a box is powered up it automatically udates the channels list by the fact that it doesnt store them in the first place when unpowered.

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steve p
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6:37 PM

DY I had a 2/h skybox that said it needed an upgrade - which never ended. Sky people said it was faulty.

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Paul
10:16 PM

We have a Humax 250g PVR which has worked well until recently. It seems to either miss the first few minutes or the last few minutes of a programme on some stations when set to auto record. There does not appear to be a software update to download. Does anyone have any ideas on how to fix this please?

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Paul's 9 posts GB
Monday, 29 July 2013
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James
6:59 AM
Tonbridge

I am reciving a resonable good digtail signal from the Tunbridge Wells tranmitter my signal level across all channels are above 50db and my meter / tester tells me that I have a digtail carryer on the channel apart from Channel 47 with carriage the HD channels howcome I can't get the Digtail carriage where I can see the signal level at 58db? Your thougth please.

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Ian from notts
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11:12 AM
Alfreton

James- The equipment you are using to receive ch47 signal needs to be fitted with a DVBT-2 tuner where as the rest of the signals will be the standard DVBT

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Stickwo
2:43 PM

Hello. My father-in-law gave me his old Sky box and card that I've been using to watch the 'free-to-air' channels (without a problem). As a BT Broadband customer I've been trying to sort out getting the free BT Sports channels but I get as far as a message saying that the Sky box/card is 'not registered to this address'. I don't want a Sky subscription. Anyone any ideas what I could/should do? Cheers.

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