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    Hi,
    Thanks for the terrestrial_uk_freeview file. I have copied the file to the VU+ and tried an ABM scan but unfortunately I now back to having the unwanted channels from the neighboring Tx. I still have a copy of the previous lamdb file, so what is the best way of reinstating it?

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    "init 4" command
    wait about 10secs
    transfer back lamedb
    "init 3" command

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    That's great, thanks.

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    I can't understand this because I used the values from your lamedb in the provider file I posted.

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    I am not sure what is happening either. I may be doing something wrong but it seems that doing a scan using Terrestrial Scan plugin seems to work OK (although it takes a while), picking up the correct muxes. But an ABM scan picks up the correct muxes plus unwanted muxes, which also messes up the correct channel order etc. The mux freqs in the terrestrial_uk_freeview.xml file appear correct to me. If system=1 is HD and system=0 is SD, I would say that these are also correct.

    Thanks.

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