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    Philips 32PFL9705K signal problems

    Some channels work, some dont... but the problem only exists from time to time... most of the days it works flawlessly

    I already talked to the Philips support but they say its not the TV but the Signal that contains errors... I would believe them but i dont get why the problem only appears from time to time...

    I took a video to show you the problem... at first you can see the distorted channel, then a distortion free channel:


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    Hi,

    how do you receive your signals? DVB-C? Sometimes some frequency range in the cable net do not work properly. I think this is your case. You should contact a local hifi profi to check your cable signal strength (in all frequencies)...

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    Is your location officially covered by DVB-T broadcasts?
    Because DVB-T broadcast transmission power is lower than analog one, and these phenomena can occur near the edges of the covered region.
    What is you aerial installation? Is it an external one?

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    The tv is connected by DVB-C!!! @Toengel i think you could be right. The only thing that makes me suspicious is that the signal only is weak at some days!! Like maybe 1 or 2 times in a month.

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