Hi all, Apologies in advance - a lot of info here (too much better than too little right!). Been in our house 3 years and the TV connection has a strange set-up. Instead of an aerial socket, it simply has an aerial cable coming out of the wall. This cable leads through the wall up the side of the house to the aerial on the roof. Previous owner (an old lady who had lived there forever) had this wall cable, connected to another cable, which then took it into some kind of ancient booster box (both wires going into the booster box looked like this cable on the left in this picture, which then went into the TV. This week we've had work repointing underneath the floorboard and as a result of moving the TV, when we moved it back and reconnected the wires we had lost the TV signal. I'd noticed in the past that it can come and go if you touch the aerial leads, but this time we couldn't get it back. Tried for 2-3 hours last night no joy! I wish I'd taken a photo of the cable coming from the wall but I'm pretty certain it's a female coax - like this inside of the house (the furthest right cable, albeit mine looks a lot older!). I went out last night and bought a standard new male / male aerial cable, connected it from the female coax wall cable straight to the TV and after a scan it found no channels at all which I think eliminates the booster box connectors as being the issue... and makes me think it must be the cable itself coming from the wall... (as I say it looks very old and might be a little battered). I'm a bit lost what to try now, I do own a separate aerial booster of my old - this one , which I haven't tried yet, mainly because I need another male to male aerial cable to try this I think. So have to pick this up. Is it worth giving this a go, or do you all think it's a problem with the wall cable itself?