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    Default Epg - sonig 40" tv

    I recently bought a cheap Sonig 40" TV for use in my bedroom - basically seems OK for what it is but the EPG annoys me.

    Loaded up all the local stations via the auto search function and then went to remove the stations I do not want - the process has a 'skip' function rather than a 'delete' function so the unwanted stations still remain in the system.

    Now with the unwanted stations 'skipped' the channel up/down function works fine moving through only the wanted stations. However when EPG is selected all stations including the skipped ones are listed making it a pain to move around the EPG to see what programs are on. When you switch to Freeview I assume it also uses the same information in the EPG as all stations are listed.

    So the question is - is there a way to 'delete' unwanted stations in the Sonig EPG system rather than "skipping" them as they are not skipped.

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    Garry



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    Does it have a 'Favourites' option? Maybe that might do what you want.
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    Yes it has a favourites option and only these come up on a list so you can select the channel you want but not in EPG so you do not know what is on. So by way of example when I select EPG, I can see ABC 2, ABC 20 HD and ABC 21 - all the same channel - same applies to all the other networks so the EPG is population by twice (some network 3 times) the number of channels that are needed.

    Garry

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