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May I please know who is your TV cable service provider?
May I please know your service provider for that?
It seems there is a problem with the Antenna cables.
I would like to inform you that we do not offer channel services. If you can help me with the information on your channel service provider, I can redirect you to the concerned team. Thank you.
Without the information requested in my previous response, I can only give you a general answer, but I hope this helps.
The FCC assigned new frequencies and facilities that are supposed to provide the same coverage as the existing ones. Therefore, most viewers should not lose permanent access to any channels. However, in the event that the viewer experiences temporary channel loss, there are a few reasons why it might’ve happened. A station’s signal might be marginal to begin with and any change in frequency may be enough to impact reception. In this case, the viewer’s antenna might need to be relocated closer to a window to restore reception. Secondly, a station may have changed bands from UHF to VHF, which may necessitate a new antenna to ensure the signal can be received. Lastly, a station might be temporarily operating at reduced power to complete the transition work – in which case, the only option is to wait for the station to finish work and resume operations at full-power. The specific station in question will be the best source of information on when full-power broadcasting will resume.