Since the channel went off the air on September 26, viewers of CHANNEL 5 have experienced technical issues.
Since then, keen-eyed viewers have observed a black and white square in the top right corner of the screen. Here is the information you require for the mystery square.
Whose Black and White Square Are It?
Following the evacuation of a network transmission facility in London due to a fire alarm, Channel 5, Channel 4, and Freeview all lost service.
As a result, many viewers reported that when they turned on their TVs, a black and white square appeared on the screen.
“Channel 5 appears to be operating in backup mode. The top right corner of the screen has a black or gray square, which is how you can tell, Scott Bryan, a writer, tweeted last weekend. The channel hasn’t specifically addressed the problem, but it’s assumed that it has something to do with the evacuation of the transmission facility. The square may indicate that the broadcast transmission is operating in disaster recovery mode, according to The Sun.
How Did Channel 5 Justify the Black Square’s Introduction?
The black and white square that has been appearing in the corner of our TV displays has no apparent cause, according to Channel 5. The square, however, is believed to be connected to the outage brought on by the evacuation of the London transmission center.
E4 Had Another Issue
The episode of Married at First Sight UK which aired on Thursday, September 30th, encountered significant problems on E4.
Due to a technical fault, the channel aired a rerun of the season’s finale instead of what was scheduled to air.
We’re aware it’s yesterday’s episode of #MAFSUK playing out this evening and apologise. It’s all down to our ongoing tech issues which we’re working hard on. We’ll update here as soon as we know more and when you’ll be able to see the final episode of MAFS UK.
— E4 (@E4Tweets) September 30, 2021
E4 Apologized for The Issue in A Tweet and Stated:
“We apologize and are aware that tonight’s episode of #MAFSUK is yesterday’s episode. It’s all due to the persistent technical problems we’re working so hard to resolve. As soon as we learn more and when you can watch the final episode of MAFS UK, we’ll update this page.