Users' questions

Why does my antenna TV keep losing signal?

Why does my antenna TV keep losing signal?

A digital TV with cable will often lose signal when either the HDMI cable, coaxial F connector, or cable in your building is broken. Terrestrial television can lose signal for a number of reasons, such as faulty antenna, out of range of broadcasting towers, or poor wealthy conditions.

Why is my antenna cutting out?

A: The reason the signal goes in and out is most likely due to “multipath issues.” When a TV signal travels, it bounces off things it hits (such as mountains and high buildings), and those bounces can reach your antenna, confusing your TV’s tuner.

How do I improve my MOHU leaf reception?

If you think your reception can be improved, then try placing your Leaf in a window and re-running the channel scan. You may need more coaxial cable to connect the antenna to the TV. Any good quality coax will work, or you can buy matching coax on Mohu’s website.

Why does my antenna not work sometimes?

One of the main reasons why your antenna is not working is that the antenna cables are not well connected. This mostly happens when someone has interfered with the connection. If you have pets in your house, then they can touch the antenna cable when running around the house, causing it to break loose from the decoder.

How do I fix my antenna signal?

How to Fix Bad TV Antenna Reception

  1. Perform a double-rescan.
  2. Troubleshoot the converter box.
  3. Adjust the antenna.
  4. Relocate the antenna.
  5. Buy a new antenna.
  6. Amplify the antenna.
  7. Consider an alternative.
  8. Get help.

Which MOHU antenna is best?

Mohu Leaf 50
The Mohu Leaf 50 is still the best indoor TV antenna for rural areas because of its 60-mile range. If you’re already something of an antenna aficionado, you might notice we left out the Mohu Ultimate, which has a 60-mile range comparable to the Mohu Leaf 50 and Mohu Curve 50.

How do I stop my digital TV from Pixelating?

Reset the TV box

  1. Power off the TV box.
  2. Detach the power cable from the back of the unit, and from the wall outlet or power bar.
  3. Wait 30 seconds and then reconnect the power cable to the unit and the power source.
  4. Wait up to 2 minutes for the TV box to reboot.
  5. Power on your TV box and test it again.

How does mohu antenna work for free TV?

Receiving free TV is made easy with Mohu. Simply connect the antenna, turn on your TV, and scan for channels. Award-winning patented design and performance. Integrated signal indicator for a more stable connection. FirstStage amplification mitigates the signal loss.

Where is the firststage amplifier on a Mohu antenna?

Our FirstStage amplifier is located right at the antenna, where the signal is at its best, for enhanced TV reception. The integrated signal indicator with LED lights helps you find the right location to receive signals for a more stable connection. Receiving free TV is made easy with Mohu.

Why does my TV antenna keep cutting out?

This could be caused by a variety of reasons. See this article for some possibilities. If you are seeing snow or static type of interference, it’s probably not a digital signal. That’s probably an analog signal. When you are getting a weak digital signal, the distortion looks blocky and the picture and sound will cut in and out.

What to do when you lose a channel on your antenna?

When you adjust your antenna to get good reception for one channel, you lose another channel. Here are the steps I use to get the best reception. Start by setting up your antenna in or near a window as a starting point.