Question about Televison & Video
Snotowscreens are usually the result of a failed signal strength or some occulsion of the signal to or from the antenna or antenna plug to unit.
1) has the antenna rotated in wind away from the signal direction
2) is tre cable still connected to the antenna
3) have rats mice or other rodents eaten part of the cable in the roof
4) haS one of the cables been pulled from the plug on the DVD connection cable to the TV
wiggle these cables to ebsure they have bnot become unsolodered, try another cable to connect the two units to be sure and to eliminate the units from the equasion. Then start tracking back to the antenna for broken continuity,
Posted on May 06, 2010
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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