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We live in Milltimber, about 8 miles NE of the Durris mast and in clear, uninterrupted line of sight. The digital BBC programmes on the family room TV are all scrambled into channels in the 800s (eg. BBC1 = 815, BBC2 = 818, CBBC = 821, etc), whereas on our sitting room TV, which shares the same aerial in the loft, they're all normal, as is Mum's TV in the annexe (separate aerial).

The family room TV used to be in the sitting room and worked normally there, as did the previous TV with digibox in the family room for a while until about the time of the final analogue switch-off. Can you explain this and suggest a solution?

Not only have we reset the digibox Freeview tuning repeatedly, but we even bought a new one, with the same result. We've learned to live with it, though it is very confusing for guests and questionable for grandchildren looking for CBBC in proximity to the adult channels!

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