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The chance for sun outages returns

It's that time of year again—sun outages are back.  Twice a year, all television customers may experience some degree of television interference due to sun outages. This fall, the solar satellite interference are expected from Oct. 4-14, 8 a.m. to 3 p.m.
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TV customers: sun outages coming

The potential for sun outages is coming. Twice a year, all television customers all across the U.S. may experience some degree of TV interference due to sun outages. This spring, the solar interference is expected between Feb. 26-March 8, 8 a.m. to 3 p.m. Find out more about this solar phenomenon.
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It’s that time of year—sun outage season

So what the heck is a sun outage? Well, for about two weeks each spring and fall, cable companies experience a technical phenomenon in which the sun causes "solar interference" to all geostationary satellite signals. Unfortunately, there is technically nothing we can do to prevent sun outages from occurring, but we'll tell you when they might happen.
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