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All posts by John Wilde

Below are all of John Wilde's postings, with the most recent are at the bottom of the page.

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Resolve your interference problems | Freeview Interference
Sunday 20 February 2011 7:32PM
St. Leonards-on-sea

My problem started on the 8th of Feb and is still ongoing. Been in touch with the BBC and still waiting for them to get back to me (12 days). What happens is at 16.49pm everyday (including weekends) I get such bad pixelation that the TV is unwatchable on ALL freeview channels the problem finishes at 22.45pm every day 6hrs of prime time TV which we can't view! The rest of the time everything works perfectly. I have retuned, checked my equipment including the Ariel, there are also no problems with the local (Hastings) transmitter. My near neighbours are suffering the same inconvenience. In my view there must be an outside interference coming from somewhere at the set daily time but how can you find out and prove it and get something done about it?

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Resolve your interference problems | Freeview Interference
Monday 21 February 2011 8:02AM
St. Leonards-on-sea

Hi, it's not my boiler as I've turned it off and it makes NO difference plus how would my boiler affect my neighbours who live 200 yds away.

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Resolve your interference problems | Freeview Interference
Monday 21 February 2011 12:16PM
St. Leonards-on-sea

Hi Bri, also looked into that. the fact that the problem goes off at around 22.45pm and the street lights are still on at that time also it starts at 16.49pm before any of my street lights come on. i think i need a van to come round and see if they can locate the source that's what I'm hoping the BBC will do a bit like when they look for licence dodgers or pirate radio stations.

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Resolve your interference problems | Freeview Interference
Monday 21 February 2011 12:19PM
St. Leonards-on-sea

forgot to ask,are there any private companies that carry out tests as in my above post.

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