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Gpx tv interfers with other tv in house how can this problem be fixed?

When connected to antenna the gpx tv cuts the other tv in the house off. Is there something to attach to the antenna to stop this interference?

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First of all - the FCC will not take your license nor tell you to stop transmitting from your properly operating and licensed station with a radio that hasn't been modified and is "Type Accepted" (your Kenwood TS-2000 is Type Accepted right out of the box). It is up to your neighbor to resolve the problem. Television sets typically state to the effect that they "must not create harmful interference and must accept any interference". The fact is, if his TV was interfering with YOUR ham station; HE has to fix it or stop using it! This is no different if a local AM radio station's signal was interfering with his TV. Assuming there is no malfunction with the transmitter equipment, the broadcaster is within their rights to operate on the frequency at the power level they are using - just like you are. The AM broadcaster can basically tell the complainer "tough luck - take it up with the FCC" and you can too. It is up to him to solve the problem - but as a good neighbor, you can help him do this if you wish.

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Other TV manufacturers do a better job of it and that's why you don't see it on your TV and why other neighbors don't either. Ask him if he has problems on any other TV. If he doesn't, then you know it's an issue with his TV (which you know already becuase your TV is fine). Even if he does, I'd show him your TV and let him see that you're not doing anything special to your TV and there's nothing wrong with your beacon.

You should have him see if the signal is present on his TV with the antenna disconnected and with the antenna terminal shorted (if possible). If it goes away, you might be able to have him instal a "High Pass Filter" between his antenna feed line and the antenna terminal of the TV.

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The problem is obviously from your antenna. The TV is not recieving any reception from the antenna and that is why it is displaying 'weak or no signal'.

Cross check your antenna connection and make sure the antenna wire is intact.

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Lastly, is this a new antenna or were you using it in your old house?

Please give me a feed back.

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