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Dave Jones: The output power has not been reduced at any transmitter, except for short periods of time during planned engineering works or due to a fault, and certainly not lasting for several months. It's far more likely that there is a fault in your aerial system somewhere, perhaps some bad weather over the winter has damaged it. Start by checking for any loose or damaged cables or connections behind your TV, then follow the cable as far as you can safely access back towards the aerial.

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Analogue radio on 92.0MHz
Friday 5 March 2021 10:54AM

David Harris Boulter: Instead of threatening legal action, particularly against the wrong people (Enom are a domain registrar, they are not the owners of this website), why not just contact the actual owner Brian Butterworth who posts on this website under the name Briantist and ask him to update the incorrect information? You'd be far more likely to get a friendly and more helpful response too.

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Analogue radio on 92.0MHz
Friday 5 March 2021 2:47PM

David Harris Boulter: I don't have any contact details for Briantist, I'm just someone who posts comments on this website. There used to be an about page which I think had some details, but it seems to have broken or been removed, as I can't find it.

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Analogue radio on 92.0MHz
Friday 5 March 2021 11:27PM

Dave: I'm just a volunteer contributor who tries to answer questions and help people when I can, I have nothing to do with running this website. I have no idea what the original source of the information is, nor do I have any way of updating it. Briantist is the person you need, I'm not aware that anyone else is involved in running or updating this website.

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Analogue radio on 92.0MHz
Saturday 6 March 2021 12:01PM

David Harris Boulter: Just to note, the fault and planned maintenance reports that appear automatically come from a BBC Engineering feed, there isn't any information for any commercial or community broadcasters. There are unfortunately lots of mapping errors on this website, which are frequency pointed out and acknowledge by regular contributors like myself and a few others. Given that this is an unofficial help site, I doubt many people would be relying on it as a primary source of data and I'm sure Ofcom aren't in the least bit concerned, nor would other radio stations. Perhaps you could provide a link to your own coverage map if you have one.

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