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Well... disconnect all coax cables from the splitter. If "problem" persists, it's not the antenna or splitter. If "problem" ceases, add one coax back at a time to identify the probable source. Keep in mind that two or more devices could be the cause, so be systematic with you testing/isolation.
Also... if you had new coax installed and a new splitter(s), there's more to the equation than "just an antenna". Interference may be introduced via the coax or a faulty connector now that two or more devices are interconnected via the splitter.
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