Troubleshoot reception problems of your TV set through its antenna by checking the reception, moving the tv set to another floor, checking the connection of the antenna to the TV set, connecting an amplifier, and considering the weather.
For many individuals, the television is one of their most precious items in the house. But if your tv set is suddenly having a poor reception from its aerial, there is no need to be overly affected by it. It is because; fixing a tv antenna is easy to do. Read this article for the particulars.
The very first thing you need to do is to examine the reception of your TV set. You can move the antenna ears to the other direction. Try directing the aerial towards the closest window as this is the most effective way of getting the best picture.
If the tv gives more than just a grainy image but more like a snowy one, or the color of the photographs aren’t there, you can try moving the tv set and its antenna to another ground or location at home. Normally, the antenna can get a much better reception when located on the upper floors than the basement or the lower areas at home.
With all the moving which you did with your Tv set and antenna, and you now discover that you have lost image altogether from the Television, examine the antenna and television connection if they are both still attached very well to each other. The complete loss of the image may come as a result of the wire from the aerial being dislodged from the back of the tv. Just tighten both ends together really well.
An amplifier is an accessory that will greatly enhance the quality of the picture of your tv set by strengthening the television reception to make it crystal clear and steady. So if the current television is generating an unclear and unstable reception, apply an amplifier. You can find this in many electric stores. And you may also quickly attach this to the tv’s antenna.
If the climate outside is snowy, breezy, or rainy, this will also drastically affect the reception of the Tv set. So if you’ve done the other suggestions and your Television still has a weak reception, wait for the weather to clear up before you decide to readjust the antennas again.
Author: Michael K. BrackettThis author has published 3 articles so far.