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Any help for lost channels and ropy signal?

Discussion in 'Satellite TV, Sky TV & FreeSat' started by calscot, Oct 17, 2003.

  1. calscot

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    Hi,

    Does anyone know what the problem could be with me loosing a load of channels except BBC, Channel 5 and a few others which seem to be fine?

    (I have freeview and have registered with Pout to keep the itv channels)

    I get something like "No satellite signal received" for ITV, Channel 4, TCM etc.

    Even channels 998 and 999 are breaking up all the time.

    I did the signal test which gave the strength as about 50% and the quality as 0.

    Could it be my dish has been moved by the wind or something?

    All help gladly received.

    Cheers,
    Cal.
     
  2. Fernsehman

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    I think you are totally confused. You can't get "Pout" from a Freeview box. You need a Sky Digibox. No wonder you've got problems!

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  3. calscot

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    Perhaps I should be more explicit - I have ***SKY!!!*** but with a freeview card which is registered with Pout for the sole and specific reason that it allows me to continue to watch ITV, C4 and Five.
     
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    I've had a search through the digital spy forum and now have a few leads to try. It seems a better forum for this kind of stuff.

    Thanks for looking anyway,
    Cal.
     

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