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We have re positioned our t.v .into another room . It is connected to the main aerial. We cannot get any channels. It is saying no signal.

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Check the antenna wire .

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You've already tried the aerial lead direct to the TV and this is OK.

Disconnect all scart leads and try the RF on its own.

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Try aerial direct to Sky box, then to TV.

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Then Try the VCR to the Sky box (no aerial input), see if you can tune into the VCR and Sky channel.
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Guessing you are talking about free to air channels broadcast by terrestrial channels.
I have the same set up , just a normal tv receiving signal through an aerial......Bearing in mind that signals come from different sources , the aerial / antenna needs to be optimally located and positioned.
I often get signals from commercial tv but lose the signal from the BBC here in the UK. I bought and fitted a signal booster and a good aerial and no longer suffer from poor reception on any channel.

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This is not related to your aerial as you have good reception with your TV. Some receiving units (i.e your DVDr) need the channel memory to be cleared before the re-scan is done. Otherwise the scan gets corrupted.

To resolve this do the following;

1. Remove the aerial from the equipment and leave unplugged.
2. Go to the menu and select rescan or retune. It’ll take a few minutes, but when it’s done, it should say ‘'no channels found’.
3. Disconnect the equipment from the mains power supply and leave it un-plugged for 30secs.
4. Re-connect both the aerial and the mains power supply and switch the equipment back on.
5. Go to menu again and select rescan or retune. You should now have all the channels available to you.

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Is your outdoor aerial a proper freeview aerial and are you in a strong or weak signal area.You can check here:http://www.stevelarkins.freeuk.com/freeview_digital_tv.htm
Also check your connections as the coax may be shorting with the braid or a bad connection.once checked try ordinary channels on upstairs tv and if ok retune all your digital channels.
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