Question about Televison & Video
Sounds like an Aerial fault. Obviously, the first thing you should do is check the the aerial connection to the TV.
Simple test for the aerial is to connect another television to the aerial connection for the faulty TV. If the second TV is OK, it's a faulty TV. If neither work, it's an aerial or aerial cable fault. If you don't have a spare to test with, can someone loan you one for a short time?
If neither work, check the aerial itself? Has it moved in the wind? Is it still pointing the right way (towards your transmitter). Has an element (one of the metal fins) broken off?
Try this and post back.
Posted on Oct 16, 2010
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