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Fenton transmitter - retune required on 20th April 2011

Freeview viewers in Stoke-on-Trent and Newcastle-under-Lyme who use the Fenton transmitter will need to retune to continue watching multiplex 2 on Wednesday 20th April 2011.

Freeview viewers in Stoke-on-Trent and Newcastle-under-Lyme who
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Just a quick reminder to the 130,000 homes that use Fenton there is a frequency change from 20th April 2011 until 21st September 2011, Multiplex 2 will operate on C33 at 100W (from original C30).

If you use this transmitter, you will need to retune at around 6am.



You will need to do a "first time installation" to clear the existing scanned channels from your list, otherwise you will find all the moved channels in the 800-899 range.

This should cause no problems, but if you find the channels are missing after 6am, please check for Single frequency interference.



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