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What in blazes happened with NBC 2.1?
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Post 1 made on Tuesday March 20, 2018 at 22:35
cocoa
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I'm in Toronto's East side on the Danforth. I used to be able to get all of the US Buffalo channels and even some Rochester ones. Now, NBC Buffalo 2.1 etc does not come on at all. Most nights, I get CBS Buffalo 4.1 etc and ABC Buffalo 7.1 etc. The 23s and 29s are great. I had my antenna repositioned last summer after I had trouble getting PBS.

Except for Channel 23 and 29, most US station signals have all become weaker in the last 3 years or so.

Can somebody explain why?

Last edited by cocoa on March 20, 2018 23:03.
Post 2 made on Wednesday March 21, 2018 at 17:12
OBICO
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In your case Cocoa, when you repositioned your antenna for WNED, you probably lost the line of sight for WGRZ's transmitter in South Wales.  Refer to the REMOTE CENTRAL map [Link: remotecentral.com].

Or, there may have been a tree growing or a newly built structure (apartment/second floor addition to a house) which has interfered in you line of sight.
Atmospheric and Lake conditions due effect signal reception.
You will be able to receive WIVB a lot better beginning April 13.

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