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Wednesday, June 17th, 2020 11:00 AM

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Why are my Fox stations the only ones that consistently break up or go to static displays?

We frequently experience video breakup/pixilation/freeze-up and audio interruption of the local and national Fox networks.  The problem does not occur on other networks/channels.   Why is only one network or channel susceptible to  interference when all others are strong and uninterrupted?

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CCAndrew

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3 years ago

Channels come in different frequencies. Fox is on a lower frequency, susceptible to interference, low signal levels etc. Check that your cable is tight and in good repair, remove any unnecessary splitters and possibly have a tech out to troubleshoot further
andyross

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3 years ago

Channels are bundled together, typically 10-12 HD channels will share one frequency due to Comcast's over-compression. It just may be that those channels are all on the same frequency that is suffering from noise, low signal level, or other interference.

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2 years ago

So annoying...when I watch a fottball game..it is like it is being edited by some 10 yr old .
It is kinda like listening to a vinyl record with heavy scratches...it skips! Where is ALL these XFINITY advantages like the commercial shows me for my HIGH $$$ cable service...maybe FIOS isnt all that bad...
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