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Philips 65PUT6703/75 purchased from PBTech

Started this discussion. Last reply by Nick Sep 12. 9 Replies

Updated 12/9/20I identified the problem a few weeks ago and can now use Freeview if I want to, so I thought I'd post an update if anyone is interested.I reconfigured the network so I could better see…Continue

 

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Nick replied to Nick's discussion Philips 65PUT6703/75 purchased from PBTech
"I identified the problem a few weeks ago and can now use Freeview if I want to, so I thought I'd post an update if anyone is interested. I reconfigured the network so I could better see what the TV set was doing.  Freeview was attempting…"
Sep 12
Nick replied to Nick's discussion Philips 65PUT6703/75 purchased from PBTech
"BUMP! Josh are you listening?  Can I get some feedback on this issue please.  I am of the opinion changes made to Freeview about the middle of August are responsible for my set ceasing to support any Freeview service whatsoever.  The…"
Aug 28
Nick replied to Nick's discussion Philips 65PUT6703/75 purchased from PBTech
"Hi Cliff And Josh if you are listening. Thanks for your input. Yes, you are correct. I am receiving UHF channels fine, but I have no Freeview whatsoever.  It is as if the TV does not have Freeview capability.  Remote buttons (green, red,…"
Aug 26
Cliff Baker replied to Nick's discussion Philips 65PUT6703/75 purchased from PBTech
"Josh I think Nick means that he can get the Freeview UHF channels but can't get the Freeview+ on demand to work consistently - Nick could you confirm that? On my Sony TV it looks like the Freeview+ s/w was updated on August 18 & seems to be…"
Aug 25
Josh @ Freeview replied to Nick's discussion Philips 65PUT6703/75 purchased from PBTech
"No UHF changes were made Nick,  It's interesting that you can no receive any channels, where are you based? Josh "
Aug 24
Nick replied to Nick's discussion Philips 65PUT6703/75 purchased from PBTech
"After many months of working perfectly I have now lost Freeview on this set. I used Freeview last week to watch some content successfully. The next time I tried to use Freeview, no response to any of the Freeview keys. Netflix working fine. Network…"
Aug 23
Cliff Baker replied to Nick's discussion Philips 65PUT6703/75 purchased from PBTech
"Mine was 55PUT6800. Loved it all other aspects - the ambilight, swivel stand and remote that opened out to reveal keyboard.  The info on the Philips website for your one mentions Freeview live - on…"
Jan 11
Nick replied to Nick's discussion Philips 65PUT6703/75 purchased from PBTech
"Hi Cliff, Do you remember the model number of your TV? Regards, Nick"
Jan 10
Cliff Baker replied to Nick's discussion Philips 65PUT6703/75 purchased from PBTech
"Your suspicions are probably correct. Though it is a different model see https://freeviewforum.co.nz/m/discussion?id=6513406%3ATopic%3A83973"
Jan 9
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Philips 65PUT6703/75 purchased from PBTech

Updated 12/9/20I identified the problem a few weeks ago and can now use Freeview if I want to, so I thought I'd post an update if anyone is interested.I reconfigured the network so I could better see what the TV set was doing.  Freeview was attempting to contact www.googletagmanager.com and google analytics, which were both being blocked by my firewall because these sites are well known tracking sites.Freeview may have always tried to communicate…See More
Jan 9

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How do you receive Freeview?
via UHF aerial
Can you type the make model of your devices. The product model is usually on the device itself or any packaging.
65PUT6703/75
What region / area do you live in?
Auckland Central

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