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I have a new hdtv antenna and my hdtv gets all the local channels except 8. The direction from my house is 171 and that is also channel 4. I get 4 fine but not 8. what's up?

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  • kimnaragon Sep 30, 2008

    repositioning the antenna did not help, it actually hurt. all other stations come in clear as a bell. The antenna can not get any higher without the antenna falling over.

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Have you checked the band setting of your tv

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Go to Menu> Favorate channel >Antenna >and choose autoscan or search;

Hope it may help you;

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Hello,
There would be weak signal reception at your antenna so it can't get the other channel. So change the antenna direction. If there's no result then increase your antennas hieght means keep your antenna at higher position.

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Posted on Sep 28, 2008

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