Originally Posted by Windjammin
My bedroom TV does that when the bedroom light or adjacent bathroom light is on. It seems the LED light fixture throws out RF interference that kills the signal going to the TV. When I turn the light off, the signal comes back. There seems to be a fix that changes out the fixture with one that does not throw off interference.
My 2014 Windjammer had the same problem. Rockwood replaced all of my LED light fixtures last year under warranty, and the problem was eliminated. But, IIRC, it was only on over-the-air signals that it happened...wasn't affected when we were on cable.
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