Who's responsible for TV aerial (missing or not on Inventory)?

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    #76
    Tenant's responsibility normally under the circumstances
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      #77
      MODERATOR: Please merge with OP's previous thread
      http://www.landlordzone.co.uk/forums...ad.php?t=29562

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        #78
        There is probably only one TV tramsmitter in your area so that is where all TV aerials should point. the transmitters send out both Analouge & Digital signals.

        A normal problem is the connections on the wires in the house are poor and you get signal loss. ie, where wall wire connects to wall box and each end of your aerial fly lead that connects your TV to the wall socket.

        Try an indoor amplified aerial or get a TV Aerial man in after telling LL of the problem. How much is it worth for you to be able to watch TV, or get a Freesat dish and decoder from sky / Maplin.

        The 20 year old aerial in my rental property receives perfect digital so the aerial need not nessesarily be changed but it is on top of a hill with probably line of sight to the Crystal Palace transmitter 40 miles away (SW) !! and i can get Anglia TV on a Good day but their transmitter is 80miles north but neds to turn the aerial to face north.

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          #79
          Originally posted by billericayboy View Post
          ... i can get Anglia TV on a Good day...
          That's on a good day? ...And on a bad day?
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            #80
            A Ford Anglia.
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              #81
              ariels

              Who is responsible for the ariel in a rented property, landlord or tenant.

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                #82
                I believe the LL is responsible for the aerial

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                  #83
                  Originally posted by den View Post
                  Who is responsible for the ariel in a rented property, landlord or tenant.
                  That depends on whether the tenancy agreement mentions the aerial. It's not one of those thing which the landlord is bound to provide or to maintain by law.

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