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All posts by MB

Below are all of MB's postings, with the most recent are at the bottom of the page.

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Freeview reception - all about aerials | Installing
Saturday 30 December 2017 12:32PM

Kingshuk: You have plugged an aerial in, haven't you?

Which is your transmitter? or provide a postcode

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Markham Tower (Norfolk, England) DAB transmitter
Saturday 30 December 2017 2:33PM

Martin Brookman : BBC Radio Norfolk is on Freeview ch. 719

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Markham Tower (Norfolk, England) DAB transmitter
Saturday 30 December 2017 2:39PM

If your referring to 99.9 Radio Norwich, then this is only available on FM or DAB, or via the stations website and app.



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Lucy mendonca: Kings Lynn was off air due to a power failure for one day last week.

I will hazard a guess that, despite every warning not to - you retuned your TV while the fault was present, and havent retuned again since

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A. Nimmo: Wow, how lucky you are that out of the majority of East Anglia on the 18th, including the TV transmitter site, you actually had power! There were hundreds of power outages across the region that day, including the vast majority of the Kings Lynn area, including the transmitter. Roads were blocked by fallen trees, children off as schools closed, and the emergency services stretched to the limit, and the electricity company engineers working their rears off to restore power, first to vulnerable people.

But im sure they are most humbly appologetic that you had to suffer a few hours without telly. But at least you could light and heat your home, unlike so many others.

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MICHAEL OLALEYE: You have effectively answered your own question - you need a proper aerial on the roof. The TV network is designed, and always was, to be received with roof mounted aerials.

There is no problem whatsoever with the network - but there is a problem with your expectations!

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Glynis Spicer: There are ongoing works at Mendip transmitter, so you may see some disturbances like this during the day

Whatever you do - do NOT retune! The signal will come back on its own when the works end for the day, but if you retune, you will lose all your stored channels and have no idea when the work stops

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