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    This is a discussion on lose freeview channels with magic eye within the Freesat forums, part of the Sky & Sky+ TV category; I have a freeview box in my bedroom and i have connected a magic eye so i can also view ...

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      lose freeview channels with magic eye

      I have a freeview box in my bedroom and i have connected a magic eye so i can also view sky channels on the same tv.

      Sky works fine and i have a great picture, but now i have connected the magic eye, i lose a lot of the freeview channels when i switch back, mainly the itv channels.

      when i remove the magic eye from the line i get them back.

      Is this normal? is there a way around it? and what is causing it? obviously it is the magic eye but how?

      thanks


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      Re: lose freeview channels with magic eye

      Welcome Dean.

      You have an unusual set up.
      TV link, Sky and Freeview.
      My TV Link (installed by Sky) is designed specifically
      for Sky not Freeview.
      I can get all my Sky channels upstairs
      and the five terrestrial channels via the roof aerial.

      Put the words “TV Link” into this site’s search
      box to see if there is anything there that may help.
      There are a few threads on TV Link but I think
      the lack of response is because yours is an unusual
      set up.
      I assume there must be a channel on Freeview you like
      which is not on Sky?


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      Last edited by murdock; 15-07-07 at 12:15 PM. Reason: revised

     

     

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