From this Thursday, The Edge TV will be coming to you on Freeview channel 14.

What do you need to do?

In most cases - nothing.  

Your TV, set top box or PVR with Freeview should automatically update if left in Stand-by mode overnight, so the next time you switch it on, you'll find The Edge TV when you go to channel 14.  

To leave your TV, box or PVR in Stand-by mode, just use your remote to power it off.

Quick tip: some TVs will display an onscreen pop-up and ask you to accept an update, select to accept the update if you're prompted.

What if my TV, box or PVR didn't update automatically?

A retune should update it.

To retune, look for Tuning, Digital Tuning or Auto-tuning in your TV or box Settings / Menu. 

Step-by-step instructions to tune in channels vary across different brands and models, so it's best to check the manufacturer website for instructions for your model; for a general guide, check out retune guidelines here.

Check out more on The Edge TV site here.

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Can we have Edge Tv 14 added back to the Freeview plus guide as it has dropped off with this change of channel number 18 thanks
It’s been fixed now thanks

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