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Is ordinary coaxial cable suitable for a flat

Is ordinary coaxial cable suitable for a flat screen tv, when trying to tune in ,it comes up no signal.

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Yes, normal co-axial cable is fine. Check the end piece of the aerial connector that goes into the TV, check there is no break in the cable or that the position of your aerial has moved off alignment. If you have wired the aerial connector yourself, ensure the outer earthing braid does not come into contact with the inner wire.

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