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Free P&P this Weekend @ JML Direct (5% Quidco Also!)

Free P&P this Weekend @ JML Direct (5% Quidco Also!)

I've wanted to order a couple of small bits from JML over the last month but the shipping charge has put me off... that is until now...

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Original Poster

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nice one thanks

I was gonna order somthing from them the other day, then saw the P+P charges, I am glad I holded out now, many thanks

Has anyone used the JML AV Sender?
I am using a digisender to get Sky into my bedroom but since installing a router to the PC there is now interference on my bedroom telly. Maybe the AV sender would do the same job without the interference :?

Original Poster

cherrylips;2791626

I am using a digisender to get Sky into my bedroom but since installing a … I am using a digisender to get Sky into my bedroom but since installing a router to the PC there is now interference on my bedroom telly. Maybe the AV sender would do the same job without the interference :?


Try changing your router to a different channel.

gary_rip;2791636

Try changing your router to a different channel.


Thanks gary_rip. Looks as though changing channels may have solved the problem. Usually, when I solve one problem another one appears. Hope I don't start getting disconnected now.

Original Poster

cherrylips;2792223

Thanks gary_rip. Looks as though changing channels may have solved the … Thanks gary_rip. Looks as though changing channels may have solved the problem. Usually, when I solve one problem another one appears. Hope I don't start getting disconnected now.



No you shouldn't do, the channel is just what frequency the network broadcasts on. The only thing is that if you have cordless phones or a microwave then that may interfere with the network. If thats the case just change to another channel. But not the one that interferes with the AV sender.

gary_rip;2792268

No you shouldn't do, the channel is just what frequency the network … No you shouldn't do, the channel is just what frequency the network broadcasts on. The only thing is that if you have cordless phones or a microwave then that may interfere with the network. If thats the case just change to another channel. But not the one that interferes with the AV sender.


I'll bear that in mind. Thanks again gary_rip

Original Poster

cherrylips;2792579

I'll bear that in mind. Thanks again gary_rip


No worries... dont want you having to spend money when you dont have to! :thumbsup:
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