Underfloor heating interfering with power line connection to BT TV
We’ve recently had underfloor heating installed in the room where the main BT socket and router is located. I have been used a power line adaptor to connect the TV youview box to the internet, but the flooring seems to somehow be interfering with the signal down the electrical wiring and the reception on BT Sport etc is now poor and signal especially on HD is broken.
It’s not really practical to move the router to another room (without having BT come and move the wall box). So looking for alternative suggestions that don’t rely on the electrical system. The router seems to still work fine but the it’s really the power line network that is suffering.
I’ve been thinking about: - single Wi-fi range extender (like TP Link WR802N) to connect the youview box to the main router (it is within range) - changing the router’s channel (not sure if this would solve the problem if the issue is on the electrical circuit?) - upgrading to a mesh Wi-fi. Expensive and I’d need to use one of the hubs to connect to the TV (so probably would mean I need an extra one). I am assuming mesh does not work on the electrical system so hopefully no interference!?