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Discussion topic: Trees (not ours) now too tall for satellite reception in bad weather. - may need to cancel sky sub

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Trees (not ours) now too tall for satellite reception in bad weather. - may need to cancel sky sub


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Re: Trees (not ours) now too tall for satellite reception in bad weather. - may need to cancel sky s

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You could ask Sky if they can relocate your dish to receive a better signal. Or you might want to consider Sky Glass which doesn't rely on a satellite dish.

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Re: Trees (not ours) now too tall for satellite reception in bad weather. - may need to cancel sky s

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You could ask Sky if they can relocate your dish to receive a better signal. Or you might want to consider Sky Glass which doesn't rely on a satellite dish.

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Re: Trees (not ours) now too tall for satellite reception in bad weather. - may need to cancel sky s

thanks for suggestion, however when we subscribed we had to put an extended pole up at the top of the chimey, which did work. We have considered sky glass but dont want to purchase a new Tv, as i believe this is the only option to receive it 

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Re: Trees (not ours) now too tall for satellite reception in bad weather. - may need to cancel sky s

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@Shanks wrote:

We have considered sky glass but dont want to purchase a new Tv, as i believe this is the only option to receive it 


It is, at the moment, I'm afraid. NowTv might be another option.

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Re: Trees (not ours) now too tall for satellite reception in bad weather. - may need to cancel sky s

dont know a lot about Now tv, do they do SKY Sports

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Re: Trees (not ours) now too tall for satellite reception in bad weather. - may need to cancel sky s

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https://www.nowtv.com/watch-sky-sports-online

Annie  ( I am Neurodivergent )
Sky support for Sky+HD and earlier systems has ended, you can still get support if you already have Sky Protect insurance otherwise you'll have to find your own 3rd party company to get support from at your own expense
Shanks
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Re: Trees (not ours) now too tall for satellite reception in bad weather. - may need to cancel sky s

thanks - will check it out

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Re: Trees (not ours) now too tall for satellite reception in bad weather. - may need to cancel sky s

In case you can't watch recorded programmes, 

this MIGHT work:

 

Turn off your box and wait a few seconds. Press Sky, then press play immediately to bring up the planner. The recordings may now be available, sometimes you can get to them before the box realises it's broken. You may have to repeat this when you finish one programme and want to watch another.

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Re: Trees (not ours) now too tall for satellite reception in bad weather. - may need to cancel sky s

many thanks, something to try - I've not heard of it before.😀

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