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=?UTF-8?Q?Re=3a_OT=3a_It=e2=80=99s_that_conversation_aga in=2e?= by Andrew[_6_]
On 12/06/2019 04:48, Bill Wright wrote: To set the scene: five minutes earlier I’d bought a new dishwasher using the Internet. At 4:40 AM ??. Did the hens wake you up ?.
June 13th 19 10:37 AM
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SOT: Have I got no news for you by Java Jive[_3_]
On 11/06/2019 15:56, Alex wrote: "Java Jive" wrote in message ... On 11/06/2019 12:23, Alex wrote: a European economic community, not a political union. The two are quite different.
June 12th 19 11:41 PM
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SOT: Have I got no news for you by Martin[_3_]
On Tue, 11 Jun 2019 12:45:37 +0100, "Alex" wrote: "Bill Wright" wrote in message ... On 10/06/2019 19:08, Apd wrote: In a few decades time this brexit thing will probably be irrelevant.
June 12th 19 09:07 PM
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OT: It's that conversation again. by Brian Gaff
Hmm, well the most expensive Washing machine I have ever seen was the ill fated Dysan one from some years ago. that cost the company a lot of money and bad press. it was just far too complicated and bits tended to fall off as well as the fact it was a non standard size. Brian -- ----- --...
June 12th 19 06:46 PM
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It's that conversation again. by Brian Gaff
Yes very much so, I'd have fainted if my purchases were supposed to cost that. I recall that Legal and General would insure many domestic appliances on the contents insurance of your house for a lot less. Brian -- ----- -- This newsgroup posting comes to you directly from... The Sofa of...
June 12th 19 06:43 PM
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It's that conversation again. by Brian Gaff
Yes well sometimes they can be handy, but it very much depends. For example back in the4 early days of vcrs the Philips 1501 was what we all wanted. There was one on special offer in a local department store. It worked perfectly. However since it was cheaper than it should be I paid for five...
June 12th 19 06:42 PM
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Handbrake... by Jim Lesurf[_2_]
I'm about to update a couple of machines by giving them a new SSD and installing a newer version of the distros I prefer. Doing this on another machine recently has raised a couple of questions in my mind when using Handbrake to convert DVD iso images into convenient AV files. Q1) Where does...
June 12th 19 03:40 PM
by Martin Gregorie[_2_] Go to last post
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SOT: Have I got no news for you by Jim Lesurf[_2_]
In article , Andy Burns wrote: Java Jive wrote: Norman Wells wrote: Why do you think it was so high in the referendum? It wasn't. No majority of the electorate ever voted to leave the EU.
June 12th 19 11:10 AM
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SOT: Have I got no news for you by Roderick Stewart[_3_]
On 11 Jun 2019 14:17:18 GMT, "Jeff Gaines" wrote: Absolutely, successive governments have lied about the purpose of the EU. This is exactly the sort of unsubstantiated crap that currently bedevils public debate in this country. If you can justify this claim...
June 12th 19 10:23 AM
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Is SKY Q available on broadband yet. by Bill Ward[_2_]
From 2019 Sky will also be launching a version of Sky Q that works over broadband internet only. A Sky Q app will be launched that will be available on smart TVs, third-party set-top-boxes - likely Roku, considering Sky has a part-share in the company - and portable devices. Sky claims it will...
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June 11th 19 06:54 PM
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One cable from satellite dish, three F-connector cables to living room by NY[_2_]
My new house has three cables with F connectors and one with a Belling Lee connector. The F-connector ones all seem to be satellite, though I've only got one receiver at the moment so I can't test what happens if I try to tune to two different channels on two different cables (assuming channels...
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June 11th 19 05:59 PM
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"Rabbit" video extender - 80s technology by jamie powell
Visiting a uni friend at her parents' house today, I was intrigued to find an 'old-skool' video extender device installed in her bedroom. Branded 'Rabbit' and dated 1985, the system consists of two silver boxes - a mains-powered one in the lounge with phono composite video and stereo audio...
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June 10th 19 07:43 AM
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What type of aerial? by Marland
What would the large aerial shown on this link be intended for? https://goo.gl/maps/W1n8qZgMNodzVr817 Looks in far too good a condition to have survived from the days of 405 line VHF days but perhaps it is, or would it be for radio. FWIW Stockland Hill mast is close to the location but assuming...
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June 8th 19 08:34 AM
by Roderick Stewart[_3_] Go to last post
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Apple to replace iTunes by Scott[_4_]
https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/technology-48501890 Just wondering, will this cause problems for my 15 year old iPod Classic?
June 4th 19 07:47 PM
by Scott[_4_] Go to last post
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Bitrates on satellit TV channels.... by [email protected]
While randomly browsing through TV channels on my technisat box last night, I saw a film with Roger Moore in it.... This was on a channel called RBB which is Rundfunk Berlin Brandenburg. Thinking it was James Bond, I called up the EPG and it turned out it was Die Zwei which is German for The Two...
June 3rd 19 08:47 PM
by charles[_2_] Go to last post
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Sky Box Kaput by Jeff Gaines
Last night's Sky+ HD upgrade seems to have toasted my Sky Box, it can't find my recordings. If it's a permanent issue I feel inclined to give up Sky and get a Freesat box if they are still available. Any suggestions for a good one please? I do like the Sky EPG but 40 a month is 40 a...
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June 3rd 19 04:12 PM
by Bill Wright[_3_] Go to last post
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AT700 ? by Jim Lesurf[_2_]
During the 800MHz band clearance we had 'AT800' which at least nominally handed out 'free' filters to people whose reception was fouled up by the 'invading' phonoco TXs. I did need one of these filters as we got serious interference, and got a filter when I asked for one. Is there an equivalent...
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June 1st 19 04:27 PM
by Mark Carver Go to last post
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Pink Not Going Out by Bill Wright[_3_]
Quite a strong colour cast on Not Going Out. It actually looks like the telly's broken. Bill
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May 28th 19 09:13 PM
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Siemens WD14H421GB Washer-Dryer Doesn't Spin by Java Jive[_3_]
As per title, the latest in an alarmingly and depressingly long list of household item that have died or malfunctionned recently is a Siemens WD14H421GB Washer-Dryer which was last used about a week and a half ago and worked fine. Turned it on this morning to wash some sheets, and it's not...
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May 28th 19 07:53 PM
by Steve Walker[_4_] Go to last post
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What's the best quad LNB to get these days? by [email protected]
Looking for a quad LNB with the lowest noise figure and highest gain.... I see references to technomate gold's and black invertos and invertos rt's. What's the general consensus? If it makes any difference I am interested in picking up scpc transponders with low symbol rate such as Telstar W...
May 25th 19 04:15 PM
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