In UK why would a TV aerial stop giving a signal to 1 of 2 TVs in a house and Install & Retune says no channels are available?
- khalilLv 74 weeks ago
if the signal level is more than 60 dBµV at the end of the coax ... you may use a two-way splitter..... attenuation 4dB
-the bad antenna ... rusted at the connection points
-the bad oriented direction ...loose fastening
-the bad coax .. the uv of the sun ruins it
if you are far from the tower, you may use an antenna amplifier ...
- spacemissingLv 74 weeks ago
The TV is a likely failure point, or maybe the coax is bad.
Test by replacing one OR the other.
If replacing one does not change the results,
reverse the replacement and substitute the other one.
- PLv 74 weeks ago
Either a bad\lose cable or the tuner went bad in the TV. Your best option is to hook up the known working tv to test the jack. It's not ideal if your other tv is hard to move, but it's the only way to know for sure.