Hi, I hope this is in the correct forum. I recently purchased a new Toshiba 19DV616DB for my daughters bedroom. Now I have tried the tv in my sons room and all appears fine. However in my daughters room the slightest movement of the aerial cable causes the signal to be lost. To determine where the problem lay I did the following; 1. Tried new cable (cheapo). 2. Installed a new wall plate. 3. Tried another new cable (bit more expensive, classed as digital type but still just a coax). None of those seemed to make a difference. So I put it down to the TV, and got a replacement. Exact same thing happens again with the new TV with any of the cables I have. Took it back into the other room and again it is fine in there. So I disconnected the wall plate and double checked there was no issue with the connection. With the plate fixed back in the wall I am still finding that the slightest movement of the aerial cable causes the signal to be lost. The system is distributed via an 8 way amplifier in my loft with the feed coming from the RF2 output on my Sky Box, with the freeview signal being fed into the sky box also. Strange thing is when I remove the connection from the loft or from the wall plate next to nothing happens i.e the signal still holds but the slightest touch on the cable from the tv and its gone! Absolutely baffled. I am now thinking it can only be interference with the cable and some kind of field around it but I cannot think of anything that's causing it although the Sky Dish is literally through the wall from the tv set. Help anyone Thanks in advance. Brian.