Question about Insignia Digital-to-Analog Converter for Analog TVs
I have three Insignia boxes. One of the hookups intermittently shows channels 7 and 23 as "no signal". At the same time, reception is fine on the other two TVs, just the one is a problem. I changed converter boxes, no luck. I switched TVs, no luck. How can I have perfect reception on two and not on the third ? All three are hooked to an outside antenna. Any suggestions will be appreciated.
I suggest that you swap a one of the better boxes with the one that is not so good. If you get the same condition there is nothing wrong with the converters. You probably have a signal loss on the one that is not like the other two, could be a poor connection, wrong type of coax, defective splitter or many other things. Good luck!
Posted on Jun 17, 2008
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