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Static on cable tv/vcr comb

I have 3 tv's. my main tv is showing but not the quality for having cable. my other 2 tv's started are not showing just fuzzy and noise. I replaced the splitter but that didn't help any suggestion.

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Ok,normally the cable connection that in deployed in the home is only good for 2 tv.and if you add for one,it will become fuzzy. I could suggest that connect other one cable line

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