Monday, January 23rd, 2023 1:29 AM
Why? Why does the tv freeze every day
8 months ago
Hello @user_5b405a, thanks for reaching out for help with your TV services. This is definitely not normal, and we are sad to hear you are having this experience. Our team is here to help however we can!
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Same problem here for about the last 3 weeks just after Xfinity raises their rates and a technician was just here 3 days ago and said everything was fine!
It is NOT my tv or cables or boxes inside my place!
Hi there, @user_2d0fb7. I totally understand freezing TV service is frustrating to go through. We are happy to help and don't want any of our customers going through that. Are you seeing any specific error messages or codes that come up when it freezes? Does it unfreeze on its own or do you have to reset the equipment?
@user_2d0fb7 I'm experiencing the same thing I call them up went through everything with them they said I need a new Box I doubt it. I asked on our subdivision Facebook page and multiple people are having the same issues and get the same results nothing getting done. When my contract is up bye bye-bye comcast
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That is because the signal reaching the TV is too weak. You need to check all your coaxial cable connections for a loose connection or loose cable end on the cable inside your home. Comcast would be responsible for outside connections, but it may cost you $100. if they need to do something inside.
@MNtundraRET did all that, still same