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There are so many thousand of TV types out there that a general question like your just can not be answered without more information from you.
I assume that you are dissatisfied with the quality of the picture on
the HDTV. Are you feeding it with an HD signal. First, it
must be an HD source, either over the air HD or a cable channel in HD
(not all "digital" signals are HD signals). Second, you must be
sending it with the proper cable, either HDMI or at the very least RGB
Component Cables (not composit video).
It is quite common to see standard definition on HDTV's actually look
worse than on standard def sets. The reason is the extra pixles
availble on the HDTV make you realize how low of resolution the
standard def signal is. Instead of it just being fuzzy or
unclear, it will actually look bad.
Well what your problem is the antenna is not secured well enough to the roof. You really only have a couple options, you can secure the antenna better or just live with the fact that when it is windy your channels will be fuzzy.
Try using your RCA imput to see how the picture looks compared to the tuner picture,is possible your tuner imput is bad,make sure the conector is not loose,the overall picture should look different but not fuzzy all over,using a dvd picture thru the aux (rca)imput should show you the difference.If the conector is loose only it could be repaired but if it is solid the tuner might be bad and it will need to be replaced along with any board it might be mounted to.Let us know how it goes or if you need more information.