I have a problem with my BT Youview box where it hangs and the TV shows a 'no signal' error.
I have tried rebooting the BT Vision box but the signal is intermittent viewing the Youview startup page and does not load the EPG.
We have an engineer booked for Wednesday, but my wife was advised we would be changed £129 if 'any cables had been moved'.
What does this mean? I hope not power or ariel, as turn off/on and check cabling is a key first-line troubleshoot.
TV is fine as I am using freesat as a temprary alternative.
Is there a factory reset I can try? Is there a problem with recent updates?
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Bear in mind that the call centre people are mostly in India. The chances are that most of them have never even seen a YouView box, let alone used the service.
I suspect that 'any cables had been moved' is really meant to mean 'if you have forgotten to plug in any of the cables'. You may also be charged if your aerial has fallen off the roof, as that's not BT's responsibility.
If you can see the aerial, check that it still looks OK. If possible, try plugging the cable straight into a freeview TV, bypassing the YouView box, to check you still have a signal. But don't forget to put it back before the BT engineer turns up and charges you for forgetting to plug the aerial into the YouView box!
Glad to help. Yep I have same issue with Dave and any channel on Mux. COM5, my TV and Vision box are both OK...