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Can't get a signal even though I have hooked up and tried two different antennas and am on the intracoastal waterway

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There were four coaxial cable connections. One turned out to be bad. Once redone, the signal picked up loud and clear

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There are two sources for a site specific list of channels: Antennaweb.org and tvfool.com . Antennaweb assumes an external antenna and is very conservative in the list of channel that you should receive. (It lists two channels from one transmitter in my area.) Tvfool will indicate the channels that you should get with different antennas (indoor, outdoor, amplified signals).

A rare issue can be that the tuner in the TV has failed. The only way to check that is trying the TV with different antennas (or in different areas - one with high signal strength).

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