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I dont have continuous reception (picture is fragmented pixals)

Well its like the antenna isnt picking up a continuous signal and it causes the picture to stop and be all fragmented. You must have seen this ,?when the pixals just go nuts?

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Digital TV will do that when antenna does not receive sufficient signal.  You may need a different antenna or have to aim your current antenna differently. Go to www.dtvanswers.com for more info.

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