[Connectivity] Comcast can no longer communicate with my cable b
Hello, New member here. I have a new house ( 1 Year old). My cable worked fine for a little over a year. Then one day it became laggy. You would hit a button on the remote and it would take forever to register. This stayed for a while then dissapperared. Next problem was On Demand stopped working. Then the channel guide stopped working. I called numerous times. They tried to send a signal to my box but cannot communicate with it. I switched boxes. I have tried 4 different boxes. 2 different techs came and claimed to have fixed it but did not. I am at a loss. I called to complain and i now have scheduled to quit Comcast in September. I dont want to but at $194 a month I would like to have access to features I am paying a pretty penny for. My internet works fine. Anyone here have any suggestions?The wiring goes like this. The main line in the garage has a 3 way splitter. I only have 1 TV right now so two lines are not being used. The line I use in the living room has a 2 way splitter that goes to the cable box and to the cable modem/router. I have changed nothing over the year. It just stopped working. I tried taking off the 2 way splitter in the livng room and just pluggin the line to the cbale box. Still it does not work. The one tech hooked something up to that line and said the readings he got were good.( Im uneducated on cable so I dont know what the reading he took was). The only thing I can think of is this. I took my cable box to work one night and ordered a payperview fight. I know this is against the TOS but the fight was billed to my house as I thought it would be since the box is registered to me. Could this have messed up the cable at my house? I dont see why it would but Im trying to give all information to help get an answer. Thanks in advance to anyone reading this and to any help you may offer.
Re: [Connectivity] Comcast can no longer communicate with my cab
You could try a barrel cable connector. In the garage remove the 3 way splitter and connect the cable that coming from the street to the cable that is going to the living room with the barrel connector. -- Caddy