An aerial bracket can be to tight which will crush masts and weaken them.after a few months of the wind rocking it will fail exactly where the clamp bears on the mast.
if you live in particular part s of Sheffield and can see tapton hill then it could be you to much signal rather than to little.
if tapton hill looms out of your window then it could well be the case
Record that shoe i haven't got time to watch it sound familiar?
Many recordings are made due to time and never get watched ,and eventually wiped off,but remember you are creating an historical account
Dvd s can be films or series,or whatever takes your fancy it is trurue a lot of us buy dvds and never bother watching them.
A lot of unwrapped dvds end up on secondhand stalls so there arew so
occasionally I will watch a dvd on a computer but only if I ahave no access to a tv screen.
Who in their right mind wants to watch
There are numerous forms of computer video standard out there design3ed for watching on a computer screen.
Trouble is if you want to watch these videos on a decent sized screen or your normal tv.
MP4 the latest standard can be quite readily converted to a dvd format,and there are a lot of free s
Did the simple television make us less dependant on it?
Satellite dishes are primed for a build of snow,and snow equals no signal.
is there a solution?well this isnt easy a form of heater can deal with snow to some extent,but the eonly real solution is when it stops and you go out and clear the snow off
Wind driven snow on some tv antennas can cause a total dropout of your picture.
Again that isnt straightforward,the direction of the wind and the snow itself,can this problem be checked only yes if a say a log p
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