In heavy rain we loose the signal on the house dish for a few minutes on certain channels. I did read that if you coat the dish with oil it can help. Did ours with some spray oil but it still stops working occasionally
The dish relies on being able to see the satellite. Anything that gets in the way can cause grief and possible loss of picture.
Got to go back to bed now, to recover from the shock, of a VeryOldMoIceCreamInternetMan sensible answer.
Hi David have a look where the Ariel comes through the roof and it will go into a box with co-axe (Ariel wire)wire going into it -prob got switches on it to turn the amplifier on / off -you may have another co axe wire with a plug on that would go into your TV --that's about as much tecky stuff I do with anything with wires on it Send my love to Bev and hope the midges are not biting too muchMany thanks all of you, Terry we do have an aerial, but not connected to anything now, we have satellite only TV's, or at least I think we do
As for getting up there and checking connections, that would require a degree of skill, not to mention tools
The rain has stopped, we have a heavy Scottish mist, but all is fine again now, on the move soon anyway, only really wanted to see the weather, just to confirm how bad it is going to be