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BARRY: Keswick is a relay fed via the Bassenthwaite site, which has no mains electricity supply. The site is currently inaccessible due to flooding. The mains supply, and hence the service from Bassenthwaite, Keswick and Threlkeld, will be restored as soon as possible

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l speake: Keswick and Threlkeld are relays fed via Bassenthwaite. Bassenthwaite has no mains electricity, and it is not possible to access the site with a generator due to flooding.

The service will be restored as soon as its possible to restore the electricity supply

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cathy: There is no mains electricity supply to the Torosay transmitter, which feeds Oban.

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Christine Green: There is a fault at the transmitter, engineers a re currently working to correct this

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Paul Helley : Thanks for drawing this to our attention. We will have our engineer look into it

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Buxton (Derbyshire, England) DAB transmitter
Monday 11 April 2016 11:37AM
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Patricia: There was a major power failure in the area. Arqiva engineers have restored supply to some services, followed by the mains being restored by the electricity company. There remains a fault with PSB1 which we are working to resolve.

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Buxton (Derbyshire, England) DAB transmitter
Monday 11 April 2016 11:38AM
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Sorry, should have stated, this fault was at Buxton, which feeds Burbage

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B Staden: There was a major power failure in the Buxton area. Arqiva engineers have restored supply to some services, followed by the mains being restored by the electricity company. There remains a fault with PSB1 which we are working to resolve.
Burbage relay is fed from Buxton

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Gary salt: There are no faults with the Garth Hill TV transmitters. If you have had no reception on any service for three weeks then it must be a problem with your receiving setup.

All the transmitters are monitored 24h a day by Arqiva, and each multiplex is a separate independent transmitter.

It seems, despite however many times its said, people dont get the message - if you lose a service, DO NOT retune until you have eliminated ANY possible fault with your own system. Otherwise all you will do is delete the stations already listed in your receiver!

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Also, Garth Hill is the feeder station for the transmitters at Knucklas, which also have no faults.

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