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TV signal disruption by trains - how to fix?
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25-07-2012 12:40 PM

No can do re the aerial - not my house and I suspect the reason Sky's installed is to fix the problem, so not convinced the landlord will want to fiddle with the existing aerial.

I'm good with the Freesat thing - I don't watch much TV (I haven't had one for the last 9 months and coped more or less admirably - all hail the iPlayer!) so it has all the channels that I need (and millions more). I used to have the full Sky works once upon a time and found it just sucked me in (first the basic, then the extras, then the movies, then the Sky+ box)... and I can do without both the time-sink and the extra cost, right now Smile.

Appreciate the advice though, thanks.

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RE: TV signal disruption by trains - how to fix? - MightyMouse - 25-07-2012 12:40 PM

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