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Wednesday 9 March 2011 7:34PM Rushden

Hi there, I dont know if any one can help, however I have just got a freeview box and it has all channels bar Dave and Dave ja vu, Our house should have all of the channels,but it appears not to, any advice or suggestions would be gratefully received,
Thnakyou in advance


ok a bit more research done, I am missing all of the mux C channels, I was wondering, will this be an aerial or receiver problem? If this is already covered elsewhere if someone could point me in the right direction I would be grateful.