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Old 11-Oct-2019, 1:50 PM   #6
rabbit73
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Originally Posted by ADTech View Post
Disconnect the tuner in the BR and see if that resolves the issue with the set in the LR.
Good idea.
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I've read of several instances where a defective tuner radiated BACK out of it's coax port when the set was turned OFF. If the isolation between ports of the splitter isn't enough, that noise can cause reception loss if SNR isn't high enough.
That is possible; it's worth the test as suggested by ADTech:
Turned Off TV Sets Can Jam Signals
https://www.tvtechnology.com/opinion...an-jam-signals
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