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That's 90s MCR   86 england flag    

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Freeview multiplex: That's 90s MCR is on multiplex GIM in england flag.

Thursday, 7 February 2019
2:45 PM

I get all the COM8 channels bar 88. I am confused as all othe programs broadcast on COM 8, 5*+1, More 4 +1, BBC4 HD etc are perfect with no picture breakup etc. I have retuned umpteen times, even a manual tune on 31 which is what my local transmitter, Winter Hill broadcasts COM 8 on. My postcode is PR2

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DaveD's 1 post GB flag

4:30 PM

DaveD: LCN 88 is Clubland TV which is only broadcast on the GMAN multiplex, not COM8. If you mean Now 80s, it has moved to LCN 83 and continues to be broadcast on COM8. If you provide a full postcode we can see whether the GMAN mux is predicted to be available at your location. (PR2 covers a wide area and will not give a result on the coverage checker).

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StevensOnln1's 3,566 posts GB flag
Friday, 8 February 2019
5:26 PM

Hi I am not getting Now 80s I am at SS3 0DX and pointing at Crystal Palace, any ideas?


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Tony's 1 post GB flag
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10:00 PM


Looking at the Digital UK Coverage Checker for your location at show that reception is variable for several of the multiplexes. Your alternative is to use Freesat rather than Freeview.

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MikeP's 3,056 posts GB flag
Thursday, 14 February 2019
Darren Cooper
9:48 AM
Great Yarmouth

Hi, I was getting channel 83 Now 80s until I had a message to rescan for new channels. my postcode is NR31 8RB. Thanks for any help.

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Friday, 1 March 2019
Maggie Weston
5:03 PM

I have had the same thing I had a message to rescan for more channels now lost now 80's my postcode Ex84qj any ideas

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Maggie Weston's 1 post GB flag

10:56 PM

Maggie Weston:

Firstly, you need to have a wideband aerial so that you can get all the multiplexes being broadcast from Beacon Hill.

Then you need to manually retune to the channels shown at Coverage Checker - Detailed View which gives the details of the transmissions available at your location.

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MikeP's 3,056 posts PT flag
Saturday, 6 April 2019
11:51 PM

I have lost channel 83 my postcode is st51de

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sarah's 1 post GB flag
Sunday, 7 April 2019

10:38 PM


Whwther you are using the Fenton or Sutton Coldfield transmitter you should find Now 80's on the COM8 multiplex on channel 56. You need a Freeview HD receiver to get at==that together with a wideband aerial.

Try doing a manual tune for channel 56.

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MikeP's 3,056 posts GB flag
Sunday, 14 April 2019
3:41 PM

Hello I'm trying to get 80's on my tv downstairs, up stairs gets it and the 90's . There on separate Ariels but both point the same way . How can I do a manual tune , asking for frequency's?

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