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Unclear TV pictures

I'm renting a house with outdoor antenna on the roof. The TV connected to the antenna is clear when the antenna is in 'good' mood. When it's windy, the antenna 'moves' & the pictures became unclear. I'm afraid to get to the roof top to 'fix' the antenna, what should I do? (BTW, I don't need extra channels so setalite dish is not an option, just the few we get for free is more than enough)

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Well what your problem is the antenna is not secured well enough to the roof. You really only have a couple options, you can secure the antenna better or just live with the fact that when it is windy your channels will be fuzzy.

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