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Keighley (Bradford, England) analogue radio transmitter

sa_gmapsGoogle mapsa_bingBing mapsa_gearthGoogle Earthsa_gps53.896,-1.896 or 53°53'45"N 1°53'47"W

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This transmitter has no current reported problems

The BBC and Digital UK report there are no faults or engineering work on the Keighley (Bradford, England) transmitter.

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 FM/AM radio mast.

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Friday, 13 March 2015
Mrs D Smith
9:30 AM

Could you please explain to me why 3 weeks ago I lost a lot of the channels I previously had the ones I miss most are channel 10 and channel 20 I have spoken to Talk Talk and they say they cannot help can yo please

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Mrs D Smith's 1 post GB
11:52 AM London

Mrs D Smith: I have also lost channels and I'm also with TalkTalk Youview. I think Youview are having update problems.

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Lesley's 11 posts GB
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Dave Lindsay
2:46 PM

Mrs D Smith: TalkTalk isn't likely to take responsibility for loss of channels available over the air. It's down to the viewer to provide a working aerial feed!

As these are Freeview services then it begs the question: do they appear when you use your TV (tuner) to view them rather than the YouView box? What does the signal strength screen show on ITV3 (Drama is carried on the same multiplex, COM4, i.e. it's the same signal for both)?

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Dave Lindsay
2:49 PM

Lesley: Ditto the reply to Mrs D Smith. If the channels lost are those broadcast over the air then TalkTalk isn't responsible, nor is YouView!

As you reside in a block of flats then "if" the problem isn't due to your own wiring, e.g. the lead from the wall socket to the YouView box and you are using a communal aerial system then it's down to the party responsible for that system to put it right and it's that party you need to contact. Asking neighbours who use the terrestrial aerial system if they have the same problem might be a clue as if they do it's a sure sign that there's a fault.

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