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We have purchased a Phillips freeview box but am unable to get a signal !! We have the tv arial plugged into the back of the freeview box into the tv and the scart connected from freeview to tv. Do we need another arial to plug from the freeview to main arial socket ??

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If the Freeview box is not connected to the main aerial socket, you cannot get a signal.

Also, you will need a digital aerial, if you don't already have one.

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