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Summary: Freeview viewers are complaining that they lost channels after planned changes were made to the network. Viewers in these areas may need to retune their TV or box if they find they are missing channels. - link

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Thursday, 20 August 2020
5:10 PM

hi where are all my hd channels from bbc they charge enough for the liceince for a poor service
also i do not have 5 g so wiil loose more channels later in yhe year

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steve's 1 post GB flag

6:46 PM

steve: If you have a TV with a DVB-T2 tuner (most will have a Freeview HD or Freeview Play logo) you will find BBC1 HD on 101, BBC2 HD on 102, CBBC HD on 204 and if you are within the coverage of the additional HD channels you may also find BBC Four HD on 106, BBC News HD on 107 and CBeebies HD on 205.

What makes you think that not having 5G will cause you to loose channels later this year? 5G is being used to provide the next generation of mobile data services, it is not replacing any part of Freeview any time soon. All of the frequency changes for the 700MHz clearance programme have now been completed, so you will continue to receive all of the channels you get now (unless any close or choose to reduce their coverage).

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StevensOnln1's 3,553 posts GB flag
Sunday, 23 August 2020
6:51 PM

Here in the south lakes the HD mix appears to not made the switch so we're down to 2 muxes.

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Lakeuk's 17 posts GB flag
Monday, 24 August 2020

6:02 AM


If you are still receiving from the Kendal transmitter, the PSB3/BBCB HD mux is now on UHF C45. PSBs 1/2 are on C39 & C42. Suggest you try manual tuning or an automatic retune first with the aerial unplugged to clear existing tuning as nothing should be found, then plug the aerial back in and retune again.

Note also, the Kendal and and a number of other Border region transmitters are currently listed for Planned Engineering with "Possible service interruptions".

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Chris.SE's 3,715 posts GB flag

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