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Sunday 9 October 2011 7:37PM

mycloud - what sort of aerial are you using?

You have so strong a signal that might well be your problem. Try without an aerial, and if nothing, with just a bent wire in the coax socket (aka "Sketchley Loop")

Or a built-in or set top aerial. NON amplified.

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