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  • dreamtime said: Are we back on track now re the request about Lost Channels? Search facility can be your friend. Or it can be, as in this case seemingly, like drinking from a firehose. Was there any particular posting you thought might b…
  • dreamtime said: jimb said: robotman said: dreamtime said: Roy said: Goodbye said: What part of rhetorical didn't you understand?? The same bit as the part of ‘Goodbye’ you don’t seem to unders…
  • Hi @Lovett and welcome to the Community! First thing to do is try another retune, and see if they come back. Failing that, can you give us a bit more detail? What channels, on what device, what sort of aerial have you got where, and which is your…
  • Goodbye said: What part of rhetorical didn't you understand?? The same bit as the part of ‘Goodbye’ you don’t seem to understand.
  • Goodbye said: You can just envisage the titme...sorry the roymestergeneral lurking in his shed Googling uriah heap. One awaits your usual well rehearsed spontaneous reply 😊 but don't bother it's rhetorical.  What the Dickens - you think …
  • Dan Dan said: Update to above....  I've just got home and asked my wife how has channel 17 been today. She said it was back to going blocky.  So I just tried to view it and it's disappeared from the channel listing again.  What's going on?  …
  • Vistaro said: Good post thanks, one little issue, I have installed and for whatever reason the ITV app does not remember my location and as such I cannot see anything that's been on ITV1, I've tried entering the location several times, logged o…
  • @Visionman, I find it very odd  that you call Discover ‘content’. By that token, wouldn’t you have to call the EPG ‘push content’ as well?
  • Goodbye said: OAP is pretty patronising in 2019 (or anytime really)....  Vision person there is a train of thought that those who can pay should.. you know the rest. Also bit cynical of the beeb crying now just as the Tory dupfuls promise the…
  • Sarah said: Hi @steve48  Just to give an update on this, Sky (who own Pick) have informed us that this is intentional as part of their 'Superhero Summer' so the CRIDs will not be changed in this instance.  Content providers choose what they c…
  • Marie and I saw this on the one o’clock news, while we were eating lunch. We were shocked, just shocked. The caviar on our blinis turned to ashes in our mouths at the prospect.
  • And I’m waiting with bated breath. i did try baited breath, but the fish-hook hurt my tongue 
  • A box worth trying to save, then. Take action as per @robotman’s post above, initially trying Option 2 on the Maintenance Mode, which will preserve your recordings if this is possible. But if the issue persists, you may have to try Option 5, which…
  • Hi @Parky Sorry you are having this issue. Typing YVM102 into Google brings up:- https://support.youview.com/youview-box/error-messages/fix-for-yvm102 and it means your YouView box has lost its connection to the internet. Work through the list…
  • @Delta Sorry to hear of your issues. What is the error code you get? What model of box do you have? If you run the aerial cable into the YouView box as normal, and then use a M-F aerial cable from the RF Out of the YouView box to your TV, can y…
  • “I know that Huawei are capable, because I've had a lot of dealings with them in the past five or six years ago, when we produced the set-top box equipment for YouView. And we had problems making these boxes. And Huawei came in. And they did a fanta…
  • Delta said: Can someone please tell me the last by you view/ set top box update was please? Bt would not tell me despite asking multiple times. All I am able to find is that my set top box searched for an update yesterday. Thank you very much  …
  • Goodbye said: Maybe the upcoming Britbox will give us access then to popular terrestrial TV programs. Which was the point that the Roymester once again missed.  Chasing butterflies is bad enough. I’m not going to go chasing caterpillars …
  • Goodbye said: Terrestrial  Oh, that explains it then. You are looking in completely the wrong place.
  • Goodbye said: In that case the 4k content had better get a move on. It still aspires to hard to find. Apart from Netflix, Amazon Video, YouTube, and UHD discs, you mean?
  • Visionman said: High Definition Ratio - The term assumes a widescreen aspect ratio of 16:9, implying a resolution of 2.1 megapixels. It is often marketed as full HD, to contrast 1080p with 720p resolution screens. HDR can also be applied to thi…
  • If you cancel the Supergirl series link, does that also cancel the The Flash series link? I’m just wondering if your old series link for Supergirl has resurrected itself, which it would do up to about 18 weeks after the last series stopped, if the …
  • Hi @Chris A. According to this link, Buxton falls outside the good reception area of Winter Hill, so you are probably getting your signal from one of the two Winter Hill relay stations for your area, Buxton or Burbage. The postcode I used there i…
  • Saves them maybe £10. Doesn’t make sense.
  • That shouldn’t be necessary, though.
  • It sounds to me as if the box is hanging on to some BT settings, which is causing the confusion for the box. We have seen this before, where the transition to a new ISP does not take place cleanly for some reason. A soft reboot has been reported t…
  • scott said: The reason given is as below (read 'to save money') 'the TV team have advised us this was due to the way customers are now using the boxes to stream more content rather than record. I've copied a statement that was realised around …
  • Visionman said: Can you state what the problem is with a reduction to only 45 channels and who is your ISP? @Visionman 45 channels is all you get from a relay transmitter, colloquially known as Freeview Lite (or Light, for purists). @Ch…
  • @andro101010 Dull as ditchwater, but as clear as a mountain stream 
  • I believe there was an issue with Crystal Palace where they changed the broadcast (21-68) channels some muxes were using, as part of the 4G clearances, and this put them out of the band that the aerials supplied in London normally used to cover? So…