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Icomb Hill (Gloucestershire, England) DAB transmitter

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Are there any planned engineering works or unexpected transmitter faults on the Icomb Hill (Gloucestershire, England) mast?

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Icomb Hill DAB

Friday, 22 February 2019
IAN Collett
10:50 AM

I live in Bourton on the Water Post Code GL54 2DD and wish to complsain at the appaling quality
of picture breaking up and screen showing either no signal or no service again thisweekcould you
ensure that we have a reliable service from icomb

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IAN Collett's 1 post GB

11:18 AM

IAN Collett:

You should be addressing your comments towards Arqiva who operate the transmitters. However, as the problems seems to be due to weather conditions there is nothing anyone can do about it. If it were a transmitter fault, then everyone receiving from that source would be equally affected, but they are not so there is unlikely to be any transmitter fault to correct.

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Linda Powell
7:38 PM

Yet again scrambled pictures on television Bourton on the Water GL542EJ .This is so unacceptable ,what is the PROBLEM with the Icomb transmitter.!

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Linda Powell's 2 posts GB
Sunday, 24 February 2019

10:38 AM

Linda Powell:

There is no problem with the transmitter! Your reception is being affected by the current high pressure across the country and as that is a perfectly natural phenomenon (that has been known about for a great many years) there is nothing anyone can do about it apart from wait until the weather pattern changes. Do not retune.

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