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For the last six years, I have answered many thousands of personal emails that you have sent to UK Free TV.

Sadly, I am unable to offer this personal service at the moment.

Until I can restore this service, please can you leave any questions you have on an appropriate page, where they will be answered as soon as possible, or below, if you can't figure out where to ask.

I look forward to your questions!

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Monday, 12 August 2013
11:11 AM

Briantist: working now, thanks

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Adrian's 5 posts GB flag
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Tuesday, 13 August 2013

12:23 AM

Briantist: Many thanks for the explanation! all noted.

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jb38's 7,179 posts GB flag
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2:30 PM

We have one satellite TV decoder but three television sets but each person wants to watch different channels at the same time on the different televisions. I've been told this is possible if you use a frequency modulator, a combiner, an amplifier and a splitter. How does this work.

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Amos's 1 post US flag

2:38 PM

Amos: sadly you have been misinformed.

If you want to watch different channels on different television sets you need a satellite decoder for each.

Freesat boxes are not expensive.

But each needs a connection to your dish and you might need a new four or eight output lnb on the dish.

The biggest expense will probably be the installation cost.

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Briantist's 38,902 posts GB flag
Terry M Cawthorne
6:55 PM

I have just bought a second, small portable tv 7inch. when connecting to my existing aerial which serves my main set with freeview, and youview, I get "no signal"Is itmy aerial set up which is the cause.

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Terry M Cawthorne's 1 post GB flag
Steve P

7:59 PM

TMC - more likely that there is either a fault with your new TV or you are not pressing the right buttons.

Are you sure it is digital?

There is probably a help number on the instructions if it is new

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Steve P's 1,173 posts GB flag
Saturday, 17 August 2013
6:15 PM

HELP don't know what I have done have got a built in digital t v but appear to have erased it as I cant get past the fuzzy screen many thanks

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GB flag

7:25 PM

DAB transmitters appear to be undergoing major works, judging by the frequent switch-offs. This may well be planned upgrades within the framework of further DAB roll-out. But does anyone know specifically what work is being undertaken?

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michael's 869 posts GB flag
Dave Lindsay

8:01 PM

Pat: The model number might be useful for us to give assistance, if we can locate the user manual online.

However, the reference to "fuzzy screen" suggests that it might be in analogue mode rather than digital mode.

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Dave Lindsay's 5,724 posts GB flag
Neil Bell

8:06 PM

Pat you haven't by chance pressed the digital/analogue button by mistake have you? If you are on the analogue setting you might get a fuzzy screen.

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