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TV signal disruption by trains - how to fix?
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jgdoherty


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25-07-2012 11:54 AM

If the flat/house is already "plumbed-in" for Sky you could pick up a second hand Sky box for under 25 plug it in, link it to the Sky feed and get the benefit of all the free channels broadcast by Sky.

As for the digital signal for your Freeview TV - if you can install an aerial that is higher than the trains and thereby the trains do not block the virtual line-of-sight with the transmitter - that may solve your problem too.

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RE: TV signal disruption by trains - how to fix? - jgdoherty - 25-07-2012 11:54 AM

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