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Why can’t Xfinity fix this? They keep saying it may be local to the account, the splitter, or cable, or whatever. If SO MANY people are having the same issue, don’t you think the issue is on Xfinity-owned equipment? It’s like their signals are just not strong enough. However, it affects customers randomly — different channels it seems, but always the HD channels. Can somebody explain definitively what’s going on? This has been happening for at least a couple of years, and some, like me, have had the problem go away for months and then come back.
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Have you ever had a tech out or any other troubleshooting or just live with it? The boxes are sensitive to needing a clean signal. Channels come in on different frequencies at different locations and majority of people watch HD channels over SD channels. For issues that go away and come back, it could be weather related.