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Loss of TV3 and TV3+1

Started this discussion. Last reply by Josh Hill ✔️ Oct 12. 4 Replies

Hi,We have a UHF aerial and built in Freeview in our LG smart TV.  We have always received all channels until Tuesday night when we just lost TV3 and TV3+1.  We have tried re-tuning, unplugging etc…Continue

 

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Josh Hill ✔️ replied to Cindy Steele's discussion Loss of TV3 and TV3+1
"Hi Guys Loss of channels is a common indication that your aerial and set up will need to be maintained and aligned correctly, as overtime a small shift of the aerial due to wind / and or snow can affect a group of channels. Have a check to see if…"
Oct 12
Biggles replied to Cindy Steele's discussion Loss of TV3 and TV3+1
"Loss of channels like this is almost always an antenna/cabling fault. It's possible you got water in the coax (heavy rain recently) which reduced the signal on TV3's mux and now it's dried out restoring normal signal strength."
Oct 11
Cindy Steele replied to Cindy Steele's discussion Loss of TV3 and TV3+1
"Oh dear.   We have had these channels magically re appear on re-tuning earlier this week."
Oct 11
Marica Zoroja replied to Cindy Steele's discussion Loss of TV3 and TV3+1
"We have the same issue with not having service to 3, 3+, 4 & 4+ and 11 since Wednesday. We live in Glenfield area. Have contacted Freeview through Messenger and they suggested Cold retune. Done that and re-tuned and lost all the chanells we…"
Oct 6
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Loss of TV3 and TV3+1

Hi,We have a UHF aerial and built in Freeview in our LG smart TV.  We have always received all channels until Tuesday night when we just lost TV3 and TV3+1.  We have tried re-tuning, unplugging etc but still no luck.  Has anyone else had this issue?See More
Oct 5

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Freeview |HD™ (Via UHF Aerial)
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TV (Which has Freeview Built In)
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LG 42LN5710-TE

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