said by DDR329 :
When I was having problems, found to be pole side, that were hard to track down I was asked to notate the channels, times of day, how long it happened and if on multiple tv's. Oh, I was also asked to verify each/if any of the major appliances were running during the same time of the issue.
Well I can say it happens every couple minutes all day long and it can go on for weeks. It will clear up for a while then it comes back. The day I posted the request (Sunday) the only things running were the normal stuff that run 24/7, No washer, dryer, microwave, telephones, dishwasher...nothing. I will look into a supervisor.
said by dvd536:
Sound dropouts are extremely annoying and usually signal related.
how are your signal levels?
It pisses me off to no end and I feel like shooting the TV...even though I know it's not the TVs fault.
Don't know how to check the levels and I would assume one of the techs (if you can even call them that now a days) would have checked that. When the wife called phone support, he (the tech not the wife) said the signal "looks noisy", did the obligatory box re-set and said see if it goes away...well it didn't and still doing it tonight.--