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Clyro (County of Herefordshire, 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 Clyro (County of Herefordshire, England) transmitter.

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Monday, 19 July 2021
David Smith
6:12 AM

Clyro Hill (and the town of Hay on Wye that it serves west of the Dulas Brook) is actually in Powys Wales and its television and FM analog offering reflect this, although its coverage extends into Herefordshire.

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David Smith's 1 post GB flag
Tuesday, 20 July 2021

12:35 AM

David Smith:

I'm afraid that there are a number of minor errors such as this, around this whole website. But as the site owner hasn't had time to make more significant changes such as completing the changes from the 700MHz Clearance program, this one is unlikely to be dealt with soon.

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Chris.SE's 3,915 posts GB flag
Wednesday, 21 July 2021
4:24 AM

Chris.SE: We live in Staffordshire Moorlands and tonight all signals for programmes switch off at 2.30am, why?. This happens quite frequent , television screen says poor signal, this only shows up when signal seerms to be switched off. Yet we are paying a full tv licence for part time television. Explain why?

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chris.S.M.'s 1 post GB flag

9:34 AM

chris.S.M.: Firstly it has nothing to do with your TV Licence and the transmitter does not switch off or reduce it's power output overnight. The problem you are describing is most likely caused by electrical interference from something in your home (or nearby) operating on a timer which turns on at 2:30am. Check for anything in your home which operates on an overnight timer and check with your neighbours whether anyone has something that does.

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StevensOnln1's 3,566 posts GB flag
Thursday, 29 June 2023
Nick Lloyd
12:32 PM

Clyro Transmitter... I've only just discovered today that there was a problem with the Clyro transmitter yesterday evening - and no programme coverage. Having disconnected our tv from the aeial point earlier in the day, I assumed the problem was at my end and spent ages trying to sort the issue. So frustrating! It's a shame that a message can't be automatically broadcast to warn people of an issue with the transmitter.

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Nick Lloyd's 2 posts GB flag

2:12 PM

Nick Lloyd:

This time you have posted on the DAB transmitter page rather than the TV one.
Whilst your suggestion sounds likea good idea, they can hardly broadcast anything when there's a fault.
I've posted the detail on the Clyro TV transmitter page.
Did you note the advice and carry out all the checks I mentioned in reply to your previous post in November last year.
See Clyro (County of Herefordshire, England) Freeview Light transmitter | free and easy

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Chris.SE's 3,915 posts GB flag

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