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All cables connected to my ferguson f20500dtr (not optical audio though) and while I can receive analogue signal through the box it says 'no signal' on the screen. scartleadworks fine from sky box to tv so can't figure out what the problem is. any ideas?

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The problem is that the modulator output frequency of your sky box is exactly the same as for example chanel 5 on your terestrial aerial.
You need to change this number to a different one thats clear of local terestrial transmissions


1) Select the Services button on your Sky or Sky+ remote control.

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Select Option 4 to configure the RF outlets on your Sky Digibox.

4) The option RF Chanel Number change this number from example 35 to 60 .
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Did u resolve this problem cus I'm having the same problem.

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