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Hey, hope you can help ,i have the box super and all channels except for bbc/itv..... say scrambled or bad channel. i've read posts and followed instructions from them and from the guy where i bought it but not had any luck. i have it hooked up directly to tv and was previously with virgen in bradford. any help or advise would be much appreciated thanks All that comes up on the tv is uploading channels 0%1%2%3% up to 200% and still no channels any 1 no what the problem is i think chorus or sumthing has them blocked or shutdown.

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