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    If I record ITV3 (C30- 545.8MHz, a low-ish powered SD mux @50kW) using tuner B, and record BBC1 SD (C22 482.0Mhz @150kW) on tuner C, there is interference on tuner B.

    Tuner B works fine in isolation, and even when tuner C is recording an HD channel.

    Any other combination of tuners seems to work ok.

    One thing that caught me out was that different tuners get used when waking up from deep standby if the box doesn't drop back to standby during the recording(s) (as it should).
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    Just tried again, with Tuner D having its own feed rather than the RF out from Tuner C.

    ITV3 now looks ok, however ITV Be, on the same mux, breaks up, but works fine when Tuner C is no longer recording.

    I also tried 5.1.021 yesterday, but the problem was still showing.
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    Is the problem?
    the recorded services
    viewing live services
    both
    neither

    If recorded services, have you tried a different storage device?

    May I also suggests you remove the non-functioning tuner instead of just disabing it.

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    Both recorded and live services are affected.

    Removing tuner D has always been on the list, and replacing C with D if that didn't work.

    Odd that it's taken 3 years to show, a faulty tuner which only fails under very specific conditions is a bit hard to understand.

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