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If the box is still receiving some channels, then the box is probably not at fault.
If you have done the full "First time Installation" rather than search for new channels, then eithe the aerial, connection or signal is likely to be to blame.
There have been several changes with the Freeview service over the last few months, and there will be more in the run up to analogue switch off.
In some cases, channels have moved, and in other cases the service has been switched off for a short period, low power etc.
Check the aerial on a standard analogue signal, if the quality is poor, then this rules out the box.
Posted on Feb 23, 2008
hi there alot of the updates for the system should automaticly download via ariel to the tv to keep you up to date some times if the strenght of the signal isnt srong enough then you might not get the update they send out , one thing i have found is that if you use an ariel booster then this makes the signal stronger this helps particularly if you have more than one tv set up with the same ariel, you could try unpluging all ariels to other tvs making sure the ariel lead you are using has no conections in it as this also gives you loss of signal if there are multiple conections in the lead runing from the ariel to your tv set hope this helps some
Posted on Feb 05, 2009
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