SimpleSimon said:Funny, I do the job right because I want the customer to have a good experience. You should go find another line of work.
Glad the rest of you guys are now running safe with clean signal.
In my experience (and in the opinions of my co-workers) "proper grounding" has nothing to do with the customer's viewing experience. Heck, a ground may be giving problems, but that doesn't mean it was done improperly. Like they say, "IT ALL DEPENDS."
To imply that I don't do a "good job" just because I find grounding to be unpredictable is just plain mean. You know, there's ALOT more to an installation than grounding.
And I just found out that the duration of my responsibility for my installations is far less than I had expected. So I take back that part. I thought I was responsible for 24 months. Turns out its only 9 months or something. I'd sure be pissed if an installation only lasted that long.