TV aerial problems

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    TV aerial problems

    Just a quick question -

    if a tenant moves into a property and there is a TV point in the living room which later proves not to work, is it the landlords responsibility to ensure it works?

    Could the landlord refuse to pay for a new one? I am sure this does not come under the scope of the L&T act or obligations to keep property in working order, however is it covered by any legislation?

    (other than good grace - if it were me I would happily pay the money for a new aerial as a happy tenant is possibly a longer term tenant!)
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