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Clun (Shropshire, England) DAB transmitter

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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 Clun (Shropshire, England) transmitter.

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Wednesday, 21 June 2017
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peterjennings
2:03 PM

No signal being received at Choulton near Lydbury North.SY78AH. Is there a reason?

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StevensOnln1
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2:15 PM

peterjennings: There are no reported problem on the Clun Freeview transmitter page (this is the Clun DAB page). Have you checked for any loose or damaged cables or connections behind your TV?

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Tuesday, 13 November 2018
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bob mclintock
7:22 PM

I have lost all ITV channels since 31/10/2018, but have poor reception on 9 BBC channels. My question is - what has changed since this date?

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MikeB
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7:48 PM

bob mclintock: Probably nothing but the reality that your system is probably failing.

We dont know your location, but if you have lost ITV channels and are having real probablems, I would suggest checking signal strength on all muxes. If they are very low, and they should be much higher, then your system has a fault. Check all wiring, starting from the back of the TV.

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Sunday, 3 March 2019
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peterjennings
10:00 PM

Is the clun transmitter down? We are getting no signal. Not our tv or aerial.

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MikeP
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11:20 PM

peterjennings:

It's not the transmitter, else there would have been many more complaints. Please check all your aerial cables and connections, unplugging any coaxial plugs/sockets and then refitting them. A problem in the awrial cabling or corrosion/oxidation on the contacts of the plugs and sockets is the most common cause of the problem you report.



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Wednesday, 18 January 2023
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Peter Jennings
1:56 PM

Is the Clun transmitter down? Getting no freeview. Always seems to happen if any snow about.

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StevensOnln1
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2:58 PM

Peter Jennings: You've posted on the Clun DAB page, but over on the Freeview page there is a notice about engineering work currently taking place. Do not attempt to retune, your channels should return on their own once the work is finished for the day.

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Monday, 16 October 2023
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Steve Lewis
7:41 PM

No tv signal tonight . Coming on and off.

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Tuesday, 17 October 2023
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Chris.SE
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12:01 AM

Steve Lewis:

You've posted on the DAB transmitter page, but as you haven't given a postcode I assume you do normally receive the Clun Freeview transmitter.
I can't find any reports of faults or outages for the Freeview transmitter, nor any power outages that would affect the transmitter. It's not currently listed for Planned Engineering.and I don't think weather conditions are affecting it this evening.

Check that you are correctly tuned to it's UHF channels which are C29, C31 & C37.
I'd check that you aerial looks intact and is still pointing correctly, that the coax downlead isn't flapping in the wind. Check the coax plugs/connections behind the TV and make sure they are clean, no corrosion or water, likewise any other coax connections. Check that any powered splitter to run more than one TV/Box is powered and connected correctly.


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