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Old 2-Jan-2015, 3:18 PM   #9
rickbb
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Try removing the pre amp completely and see what happens.

Are the drop outs on close/strong stations or far away/weak ones? etc.

To do this analytically start with a known good setup. One TV, straight short cable run, then add one thing at a time. When it fails, that is/may be the problem.

This was recommended to me by a member and solved my pre-amp issue.
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