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Some transporders are not working

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Hello, 

I have a problem with LG 50LF652V. After changing in the channel some of the transponders are not working. It says no signal. Rest is working OK. I tried to delete TP and create it again. But problem persists. Any ideas what could be the problem and how to solve it? I have not reset the whole settings to default, as it would be quite long process to tune all channels and sort them back. 

thank you,

regards,

trezor

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17 hours ago, trezor said:

Hello, 

I have a problem with LG 50LF652V. After changing in the channel some of the transponders are not working. It says no signal. Rest is working OK. I tried to delete TP and create it again. But problem persists. Any ideas what could be the problem and how to solve it? I have not reset the whole settings to default, as it would be quite long process to tune all channels and sort them back. 

thank you,

regards,

trezor

Hi Trezor,

I am going to assume that you are trying to retune Freeview channels.  Freeview are constantly moving their channels around to accommodate the sale of particular broadcasting frequencies by the UK government.  This leads to a whole bunch of issues which are annoying but unfortunately as an individual there is not a lot you can do about it.  What you can do is check that your aerial is both an up-to-date model and is correctly orientated, as well as this you might consider purchasing a 4G filter which helps with some interference problems.

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50 minutes ago, George Hofmeister said:

Hi Trezor,

I am going to assume that you are trying to retune Freeview channels.  Freeview are constantly moving their channels around to accommodate the sale of particular broadcasting frequencies by the UK government.  This leads to a whole bunch of issues which are annoying but unfortunately as an individual there is not a lot you can do about it.  What you can do is check that your aerial is both an up-to-date model and is correctly orientated, as well as this you might consider purchasing a 4G filter which helps with some interference problems.

Hi George,

Yes I am talking about freeview channels but they have not moved to different TP or video format. I just cannot see the signal for TP 11229 V 22000 19.2 Astra. Which I believe still working correctly. This is one example. There some more TP with no signal as well, with the same thing. 

It happened once I have sorted the channels via ChanSort and uploaded them back to TV.  

Regards,

Kamil 

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9 minutes ago, trezor said:

Hi George,

Yes I am talking about freeview channels but they have not moved to different TP or video format. I just cannot see the signal for TP 11229 V 22000 19.2 Astra. Which I believe still working correctly. This is one example. There some more TP with no signal as well, with the same thing. 

It happened once I have sorted the channels via ChanSort and uploaded them back to TV.  

Regards,

Kamil 

Hi Kamil,

As you are referring to Astra then surely it is Freesat not Freeview you are having issues with.

Freesat is not something I have had dealings with but this Wikipedia page my throw some light on which satellites and their channels that are available to you:

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Astra_(satellite)

 

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