ANSWERS: 4
  • Hey there..sorry you are frustrated, upset and feel Answerbag is a waste of time. I don't know the answer to this question, and I'm not sure why you haven't called your TV repairman. You happened upon this site searching for something..you became impatient and I suppose are no longer a member. But why did you feel the need to insult us? Your being here might be a waste of time for you, but that is your singular view and certainly is disrespectful to the rest of us. I hope your future forays into information seeking yield you a better outcome..in the meantime, remember, if you can't say something nice, don't say anything at all.
  • Hi try and contact your TV repairman, oim sue that they will comr out to you as an emergangey today, im not sue why your tv is playing up either, give then a call you never know it may be spomthing simple, good luck
  • It could quite possibly be the router. Try connecting the aerial input to a TV input (single TV) directly, ie bi-passing the boaster. Use the TV closest to the boaster. If that TV then gets a good signal it is time to buy a new boaster. If the TV does not get a good signal then it is a safe bet that the problem is with your aerial. Not knowing where you live, the type of house or the type and location of the aerial I can not tell you what is wrong.
  • Don't know for sure. You may just try bypassing the booster & see if you get better reception without it. If so I would go looking for a new booster. Plus it could be just a bad connection in your lines. Or last but not least. Check and see if someone may of stuck a pin in you cable somewhere. It has been known to happen when some crazy nuts want to play their dirty games. I had it done once over here by a kid who though he was going to blow up me Ham radio by doing so. Well he put the pin in the line. Only it was the line to my TV. Good thing my Ham rigs all have lines going under ground in pcv pipes.........Good Luck......hope you find the problem & get it fixed soon.........M.C.S.

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