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Regional content: National channel with no regional content or variations. For full details of broadcaster contacts, see the link icon 4seven HD page.

Official site: See the link icon 4seven HD website.

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Wednesday, 30 September 2015
6:43 PM

I live in Richmond , and I had connected the cable to the TV socket which had been prewired in the flat, but still cant find any channel, is that because the reception is not good enough? cause my flat is right under a hill, I had real bad reception with my mobile phone too..... Shall I try to buy a TV antenna booster?

many thanks for your help.


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shirley's 1 post GB flag

7:02 PM

shirley: You need to supply a postcode, because otherwise we dont know if you are 'under a hill', etc. However, what type of socket is in your flat? Is it the type you push in (like the one on the back of the TV), or is a screwin type? If its the latter, then you've got a connection to a dish, and your TV isn't going to work with it at all.

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