Pace Twin - Hannington Mux C

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  1. Alan B

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    Have any of you lost Mux C from Hannington, since yesterday afternoon ?

    I've got 2 Pace Twins both lost all mux C channels (E4+1, Sky News, UK History etc) at the same time.

    A Philips box I have is still receiving mux C OK with the same signal strength as the other mux's.

    A Pace Twin (at my son's house) pointed at another transmitter is still working fine.

    Have spoken to Pace who could only think that Crown Castle have changed the signal ident at Hannington for some reason.

    Would be interested to hear from other Pace Twin / Hannington transmitter users.


    **** UPDATE ****

    Crown Castle called me back twice to check the details of my problem.

    Friday 5th August 13:30 - just did yet another rescan and the missing 7 channels magically re-appeared - so I guess my calls to Crown Castle and Pace did find something wrong at Hannington, which has now been fixed.
     
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    When this happens it is probably best to do a 'Rescan' of the channels. You won't lose any timer events or recordings or settings by doing this.


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