Ongoing issue with my TV screen locking or pixelating. Verizon technical support has done standard reboots on the main One box and the One mini, etc. which does not solve the issue. “Everything looks ok” from their end.
Here is my setup:
Main TV One box on first floor connected to coax. Wireless router on 2nd floor with One Mini across the room (perhaps 20 feet away) connected wirelessly. This setup was done by Verizon onsite.
There is no coax connection at the TV location or I would have connected the TV One mini to coax weeks ago...
Note I have had no issues with the 1st floor TV connected to the main TV One box and no issues with WiFi connections on laptops, phones or my wireless printer. There is no extender installed.
After over 3 weeks of issues since installation, a Verizon tech person came to my house yesterday and replaced the TV One mini. Everything was working great. The TV screen was no longer freezing/pixelating and I was very happy.
Today (afternoon) the problems started again. Note to that the freezing/pixelating is sporadic - might not happen for hours and then will happen for hours thereafter.
I pointed out to the tech person that when issues begin, the “link quality” is poor as shown on the Menu/settings/system/FIOS tv one mini settings/WiFi status. “Video source quality” remains good.
The tech person told me that there have been issues with the wireless TV one mini connections since it was introduced in 2018.
Has anyone had this issue and, if so, how did you fix it?
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The wireless boxes are not very good. They do not connect to wifi they connect to the main fios cable box. Your issue isn't wifi is the distance between the main tv box and the wiress boxes. You have to buy a fios range extender which requires coax. I have this issue in my apartment -- same floor...down the hall -- TV freezes constantly. Need to get coax run now to correct.
They do connect to the wifi. Then from the router via MoCA to the main DVR. They can connect wifi, coax, or ethernet. If they are on wifi then you do need to make sure you have a good signal from router or get an extender. Apartments are not the best setting for wireless connections due wireless interference from everyone elses wifi.
We have the same issue. Three techs have been to our house to solve and each time, it still doesn’t work right. We even have an extender for our upstairs but still have the pixelating when watching Live TV on a wireless mini. However, it’s interesting that watching recorded shows from the DVR work fine (on a wireless mini). So it’s not a WiFi issue. I think it’s time to give up on this product.
I’m almost there too! It is ridiculous to me that my One mini, which is situated on the same floor as the router and only 15-20 feet away, is having signal strength issues. It seems there are inherent issues in the One mini that Verizon hasn’t fixed.
I think I’ll call Comcast in the morning to see what they have to offer
That is a good signal. Anything from -60 and up is good. -61 to -70 will be moderated and -70 and below is bad. It’s weird that it shows -48 and the mini is saying there is a poor signal. Sounds like it is more of a TV One Issue.