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  • Brand: Bush
  • Catalogue number: 532/3218
  • Manufacturer's number: DH2636

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You can register for your free Bush guarantee in a few simple steps by clicking here or watch the video below which will walk you through all the methods to register along with the benefits of doing so.

To do the first time installation follow the following: 1. Select a language. 2. Press the OK button. 3. Select a Country. 4. Press the OK button. Note: The unit will start to tune the channels. 5. Select country and press the OK button. 6. Select a primary region and press the OK button. 7. Select a secondary region and press the OK button.
To set up a favourite channel list you will need to do the following: 1. Press the menu button. 2. Scroll to channel using the left/right buttons. 3. Scroll to program edit and press the OK button. Note: A list of channels will be displayed. 4. Using the up/down buttons select a channel/s to add as a favourite. 5. Press the green button to set a favourite. Note: A heart icon will appear.
Yes, you will be able to do this as long as you have a USB stick connected to it, formatted to FAT32.
No, The Bush DH2636 is a Freeview box not a Freesat box and works only with a standard areal connection.
You need a USB stick connected to the DH2636 to do this (Formatted to FAT32)

Please click here to see the most up to date list of channels available in your area.

Please click here and enter your postcode for the most up to date coverage.

Ideally the set top box needs to connect to an external household aerial. If this is unavailable an indoor aerial can be used, but the channels received will be dependent on the quality and power of the signal in your area.

If you have previously had good coverage, and you have now lost some of your channels, try retuning your set top box to reload channels. If channels are still missing you may need to clear the memory of your box before retuning. Make sure it is turned off and unplug the aerial. Turn on the equipment again and retune without the aerial; your box won't find any channels. Turn off the equipment again and plug the aerial back in. After restoring the power, do a full retune using the first time installation’ option (sometimes called ‘default or factory settings). You should find your channels return. If you are not certain about how to do a full retune of your equipment, check your manual for instructions. There are also local factors to consider if you have lost a block of channels only, for example a portion of the local signal may have been reduced in power or work could be being carried out.

Please watch the below video which will guide you through a simple process.  All you will need is a smart phone with a camera and of course your remote control!

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