Agree with Bev, I think you'll need to contact them first because their technical support team will likely want to run a few line tests and also physical checks first to confirm that you do actually need a replacement before they authorise one, and it's not something that has a simple fix/that wouldn't be fixed by a new freebox. It may be obvious to you that the thing has just died but they will probably want to check things like, is it plugged in and does the socket work. It's a bit infuriating when they get you crawling around on the floor checking things that you know work, but I suppose they do have dippy clients who wouldn't think to look at simple solutions like that without being prompted...Our Freebox Player just died. All of a sudden no TV, not even any lights. It isn't the power supply as I swapped it with the one from the Internet box and it works fine. Can I just walk into the Free store downtown and ask for a new one?
Sounds like fun.Don't know if you have seen it, but allegedly Free is freeing up channel 119 for a couple of weeks and will broadcast the original Prisoner series starting sometime next week. Though I suspect the series will continue past the time that the channel is free to watch, it should be fun to see Patrick McGoohan back in action for a while.
So far I haven't been able to get this channel 119. Get an error message with something about inadequate bandwidth or something like that. But The Prisoner doesn't start until next week, so there's hope yet.Sounds like fun.
I had the entire series on DVD and gave it to my daughter and her new husband (along with EVERY Star Trek series episode, series 1-7 of the modern Doctor Who, and a bunch of others) before we left.
Something completely different then - have no idea what it is and can certainly live without itDon't think it was an Aussie series - was made in the UK and premiered in Canada (according to Wikipedia). It's the series from back in the 1960s that starred Patrick McGoohan as Number 6.