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This is definitely a possibility, you should definitely look into returning the equipment they had you buy. You might be unable to get some stations—or any at all—no
matter what you do. In many areas, the "contour," or footprint, of
digital coverage differs from the analog version, so digital broadcasts
might not reach all the areas that got the analog signals. If your
neighbors get a station and you can't, it's probably your setup, however if multiple people are having this issue then it's definitely a dead zone.
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But to answer your question, yes it's truly possible for you to be in an area that is a complete dead zone for digital TV. They should have been able to tell you this before you bought the equipment though so I would make them take back the equipment if you had to purchase it from them.
Thanks much, hope this helps
Posted on Jul 29, 2009
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