Viewers across East Sussex and parts of Kent have completed the switch to digital television.
Analogue BBC One, ITV1, Channel 4 and Channel 5 were turned off permanently on 13 June at the Hastings, Heathfield and Tunbridge Wells transmitter groups, enabling extra channels to be broadcast from 17 local relay transmitters serving thousands of homes.
The changes also affect existing Freeview viewers who may find some of their channels are currently missing. The services have moved to new frequencies and can be restored by retuning Freeview TVs and boxes.
Viewers in some areas may also find their digital TVs or boxes load more than one regional service. Advice on prioritising the preferred regional service is available from Digital UK.
Viewers receiving television from the main Heathfield and Tunbridge Wells transmitters will also need to retune their Freeview equipment on 27 June as further changes will take place when channels move to their final frequencies and power levels.
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