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Cannot find DVB service on Panasonic TX-37LZD70

I have never had a problem connecting my TV to the DVB freeview channels before but yesterday it lost all DVB service availability and for over 24hrs i have been unable to gain access to a digital TV signal. I Live near the sea front in Brighton and have read elsewhere that the signal can from time to time be lost, which in the past has happened but only for a few minutes at the most. Could someone help me as i'm not sure if there is a problem with the TV, the aerial which appears to be in perfect working order, the main TV antenna situated on the roof or even perhaps the signal given from the local TV mast. any ideas will be much appreciated.

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