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BWpineisland

I used to get 2 channels with my antenna (NBC & CBS) on Pine, but they both went out on Monday. Is anyone aware of something happenIng to one of the local towers?  Thanks for any info!  

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SkunkedAgain

Sorry that I can't be of any help. When I bought my cabin 15+ years ago, I got one channel on the tv that was there and decided to get rid of it. Hopefully someone else on here uses a television at their cabin.

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BWpineisland

Thanks! I bought a new coaxial cable and will try it later this week when I head up. Doesn’t sound like it was anything with the signal from the towers. 

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StillFishin'

I had problems also.  I’m in Wolf Bay.  Channel 11 was completely out and 13 was pixilated.  I think the strong winds moved my roof mounted antenna out of position.  I got up on the roof while my wife watched the signal strength meter while I turned the antenna.  Got the signal strength to go up on 13.  But not 11.  Then the next day 11 came in.

 

I can’t get internet at the lake but when I got home I checked www. Antennaweb.org.  It shows where your stations/towers are coming from for your address.  I should turn the antenna some more according to the graph.

 

Hope this helps

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BWpineisland

Thanks, I’ll check it out when I get up. I appreciate the website. I had no idea where the towers were. I took my antenna out of the box A couple years ago and it worked leaning upon against the cabin!!!!

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