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FACHI ELECTRICAL REMOTE GOODMANS FREEVIEW BOX
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
hi there the first thing i would make sure you have a wide band ariel capable of receiving free view if the ariel is old and was there before you moved in and you have been there a while theres a good chance that the ariel isn't a wide-band ariel,
also check here with your post code to make sure free view is transmitted in your area
if you know you can get it and you have a wide band ariel make sure all connections are secure and that you don't have many leads connected together because you will lose a vast amount of quality though many leads to a point where you wont get a picture also make sure its the only tv on the connection as having a few will also do the same thing. ariel boosters can make a massive improvement on the line these can be bought any where even you local asda/walmart, make sure you have one secure connection right to the ariel socket to your tv. this eliminates any other problems
make sure you have your tv tuned in right if you have just moved house you will need to rescan for Chanel's as they can be on different frequencies from where you last lived
I hope this helps you if you Need a maual for your set please leave make and model number from the back of the set and ill try and get u a online manual for this set
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Posted on Feb 06, 2009
As it's only May, I would take it straight back to the shop and demand a new one/alternative.
If it is bust, and it's in warranty, I certainly wouldn't try and fix it as you may invalidate the warranty by opening the case to check wires etc.
Posted on May 14, 2009
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Posted on Aug 23, 2009
You must mean the GDB3, Goodmans never made anything called a DGB3.
There's nothing you can do Tony, you've bought a dud.
The GDB3 sold new for under £15 in many outlets and I bought two of them for £10 each; at that price it's not designed to be repaired and failures when under warranty are just binned and replaced by the retailer/manufacturer. Even a replacement remote control costs more than the box originally cost.
You've been unlucky and bought unwisely on this occasion, but don't let it put you off Goodmans in general as they're generally more reliable than many others at the same price level. Don't buy another used Freeview box though as there are many which are out of date and incompatible with the latest Freeview technical standards. You can still buy new boxes for under £20 if you shop around.
Posted on Nov 10, 2009
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