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Freeview is digital TV using a normal TV aerial (not a satellite dish or cable TV). Freeview boxes are marked one of these: 'Freeview', 'ITV Digital', 'ONdigital' or 'DVB-T'.


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Tuesday 4 November 2014 9:17PM

ed: we need a postcode to find out what transmitter your using - but you could just look up your own postcode and see what the transmitters are doing. My bet is that your aerial system is duff.

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Tuesday 4 November 2014 11:30PM

ed : According to that seen, the Hedge End area is mainly served by the Hannington transmitter located at approximately 27 miles away, albeit that the Rowridge transmitter which is considerably closer @ 16 miles or so is also indicated as being possible to receive, but though on the basis of being variable to poor.

This being the case, I am inclined to agree with what MikeB has said, insomuch that the problem is most likely to be caused by a fault on your aerial system.

By the way, Freeview transmitters, especially main stations such as Hannington or Rowridge, are never down for even a day, let alone the time span you have reported.

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