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Antenna installation and repair are not such expensive services as you may imagine. If your TV antenna is closer to your external antenna, you would expect your antenna point installation cost to be less. That is because more distance is equal to more cable.
The antenna installations of the antenna point cost around $180 to $400. If your technician requires more time and equipment to get the work done, it will increase the cost of the job. But if the task is straightforward; a single-level dwelling with one antenna point installed, costs will be closer to $180. The cost varies, depending on the number of antenna points.
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Australian homeowners pride themselves on being efficient at DIY and the installing of devices and basic house repair work. However, installing an antenna yourself may not be a good idea.
Installation of a TV antenna can be dangerous, it requires technical knowledge and not all electricians possess this expertise. A regular electrician is not trained in antenna installation. Instead, TV antenna experts are thoroughly equipped in carefully installing digital TV antenna equipment on rooftops and in high places.
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Once you switch over to a digital TV antenna you need to retune your TV. Making the switch is a good time to check if your TV antenna system is in good shape; especially if it has been exposed to severe weather over an elongated period.
Once you have the TV antenna in the right position, you have to complete a channel scan to finalise the installation.
- Press ‘MENU’ on your remote control
- Select ‘SET UP’ on the menu.
- Choose ‘ANTENNA’, then ‘CHANNEL SCAN’ or ‘AUTO TUNE’.
Your TV will automatically rescan the available signals – which can take a couple of minutes. Once completed, all your channels will be tuned-in. Do not forget to rerun the channel scan again if you move your TV antenna.
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The quality of your TV reception is very dependent upon the location choice of the antenna, so take time to find the optimal installation spot for your TV antenna. To mount an antenna on your roof without damaging it, you ought to attach the antenna to the gable, the fascia, or the chimney. You can also buy non-penetrating mounts that use weights (rather than screws) to hold them in situ.
Whatever you are doing, don’t put holes in your roof to connect your antenna. With proper equipment, knowledge, and patience, you’ll manage to install your cable without paying extra for it!
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Getting the perfect reception using your indoor digital TV antenna is often a challenging task. The best location to install a TV antenna is outside and as high as possible, like on your roof, but many of us aren’t capable of installing an antenna on our roofs.
The best locations to place a flat TV antenna are often against windows or external walls. Test various locations, and make sure to run a baseline channel scan on your TV. Also, even when indoors, try to face the antenna towards the TV transmitter tower. Ideally, position your antenna with a line of sight to the transmitters.
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