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neilselvester2
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Freeview/virgin cables

I've moved into a new place fitted with virgin cables. My plan was to just use my freeview that's built into my TV. Since that doesn't seem to work what can I do to fix the issue? Ideally I'd just like to somehow bypass the virgin cables and receive a signal from the outside aerial. Thanks in advance. 

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Re: Freeview/virgin cables

Virgin is a pay TV provider, so you must have the appropriate box & be a subscriber as the boxes are rented.

If you have a rooftop aerial then where does the cable go? Can you trace where it enters the house?

If you can’t find one or it’s been disconnected then you need to call in an aerial rigger. Use the Yellow Pages or search online for CAI approved installers operating in your area. The cost of a total replacement if one is needed will probably be around £80 - £100.

Virgin BB TV Landline. Freeview/Freesat HD, Virgin Mobile, Tesco Mobile. Cable customer since 1993

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