Can a BT Home Hub turn off my TV?

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  1. Bettingmad

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    I have Wharfedale 1710AF connected to a Sky digibox and the TV keeps blacking out and going into standby mode.

    I have tried connecting it via just scart or just aerial lead from the sky box but either way it keeps turning off.

    If I connect 2 TV's at the same time to the sky box only the Wharfedale knocks off.

    If I move the wharfedale to another room and connect it to a Freeview aerial it stays on.

    The only thing I can think is that in the original room the BT Home Hub is doing something to the TV. The wireless channel used on the home hub is 1 but if I change it to say 7 the TV keeps knocking off. I've had the same Sky digibox for years so assume that can't be the problem.

    Any ideas?
     
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    And if it's on any other channel but 7...does it still cut off?
     
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    I only tried channel 7.

    Since then I have disconnected and powered everything down. Separated them about a bit, reconnected everything and for the last couple of hours the TV hasn't switched off so I might be OK now.
     

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