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Further support

Where can I go for help and support with my equipment or Freeview services?

We have a comprehensive FAQ section which will hopefully cover any reception issues, re-tuning problems, most equipment and service problems. It is broken into helpful sections, so if you go to the support part of the site, you can choose the category that is most suited to your needs.

If you cannot find your answer, Freeview has a dedicated advice line which is available on 03456 505050 at the following times:

Mon – Fri 9am – 6pm
Sat 9am – 5pm
Closed Sunday

Friends, family and neighbours can also be useful sources of information if you are having difficulty.

Find out how to contact the support or helpline for the manufacturer of your equipment.

If you are looking for information about aerials or reception in your area, an aerial installer will be able to help. Find out how to contact a local aerial installer.

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Setting-up FAQs

My digital box or TV has stopped working. How do I reboot it?

Sometimes the electronic equipment in your digital box might suffer from a data error. You might find that the channel or picture has ‘frozen’, your remote control might not work or function lights do not come on.

Often these problems can be fixed by simply resetting your equipment. To do this, switch off the power to your digital box and/or your TV at the wall and leave it for about 5 minutes. When you turn the power back on the box or TV will reboot its software. This will usually fix the problem.

If you are still having problems, you could try doing a full reboot and retune.

On this page we can guide you through a procedure for rebooting which will work for most equipment, but the exact process may be different for your digital box and TV. If in doubt, consult your user manual or contact your manufacturer.

How to reboot your digital box or TV
● Disconnect your appliance’s aerial for a few minutes.
● Go to the menu and select ‘retune’ or ‘rescan’. The box or TV will warn that you will lose existing channels; this is what you want to do, as with the aerial disconnected it will not find any new ones to store and will effectively clear its memory. (Retune can take several minutes.)
● Switch off the appliance’s power source at the wall for about 5 minutes.
● Reconnect the aerial lead before turning the power back on.
● Once your appliance has restarted, go to the menu again and select ‘retune’ or ‘rescan’ again.
● Once the box has finished retuning, you should check to see it is functioning normally once more and if it has the full range of channels it had before.

If your equipment is still not functioning properly, you should contact the manufacturer’s helpline for further advice.

If the problem was that you were not finding the full range of channels you had before, we recommend you have your aerial and cabling checked. It is possible your aerial has become damaged or corroded or been moved out of position slightly.

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Link to Retuning FAQs

I’ve lost the manual for my digital TV or set top box. Where can I get another one?

The manufacturer of your digital box or TV may be able to supply you with a replacement user manual or instructions.

The Digital UK website holds retune instructions for many Freeview boxes and TVs.

Finally, you may be able to download a user manual from various sources on the web. Try the manufacturers websites for these.