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Old 24-Apr-2015, 1:28 PM   #9
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It impossible for the TV signals to be "too strong".

Most likely it's either an interference or multi-path issue resulting in the antenna currently sitting in a "dead" spot for those particular frequencies. Moving the antenna by as little as a foot or a yard may change the mix of received stations when indoors.

Get the antenna up in the attic and be prepared to move it until you find a spot where everything "plays nice"

You do NOT need 100% readings (and you can waste incredible amounts of time and effort trying), all you need to do is keep all of them above the edge of the digital cliff, whether that be a reading of 5 or 10 or 30 or 50 or whatever it happens to be for your particular tuner. As long as you stay above the edge of the "cliff", reception will be perfect.
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