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Check first your set top box's, or TVs antenna or ariel connection is tight or not. It it is Ok, if you are receiving signals from cable, ask the cable operator to check the signal strength at the cable end of your home. It is measure with a 'db' meter. If the strength of the received signal is very weak, the same channels should not mamorized, and strong signal channels only will lock in. If you are using external antena, try to reorient its postion. Anyway your TV doesn't get sufficient signal strength.
You WILL need a signal Booster on a 100 Foot run... without a doubt. This simply too far without amplification. To even have a chance of it working. Try to get it going with a "Normal" length cable first then test with your monster.
Hello: In standard defintion the picture is showing in 480p which is the lowest resolution for LCD televisions, The picture will only look as good as the signal its getting, If you have cable then it should look some what better even with std defintion. The Diamonds/triangles are caused from a weak digital signal or weak broadcast station. This is a normal occurance for LCD televisions as the picture is put on the screen in blocks. I would not say your television is bad, just a poor or weak signal, If you are using a digital antenna and not cable, then you might try purchasing a signal amplifier to boost the signal before going into the set.
What type of antenna? It usually needs an impedance adapter between the antenna and the coaxial cable. Is the antenna pointing in the right direction? If you're far away you will need a directional antenna set directly into the emitter if you want a good signal .
If you did both and you don't see something then maybe the signal is too weak - get an amplifier and put it between the antenna and the cable.