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Ongoing saga of trying to get decent, and reliable, terrestrial TV reception continues today.
Previous installments have included deciding the external aerial is too old for modern digital TV, so installing a basic one in the loft.
Then having a weak signal which often drops channels when it rains.
Then installing a beefy high gain aerial in its place, but still missing some channels.

This installment involved refitting the coax connectors and adding a signal booster.

I now have 170 channels!

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