§ 111.41  SIGNAL QUALITY REQUIREMENTS.
   (A)   The company shall operate facilities capable of distributing color television signals, free from ghost images, interferences, or distortions, and accompanied with proper sound, to produce good pictures on typical standard production, state of the art television sets in good repair without interfering with other electrical or electronic systems.
   (B)   For purposes of this section, the standards to be applied in determining whether or not the company is producing a good picture or transmitting signals of adequate strength to produce same are those acceptable standards as set forth in the rules and regulations of the FCC relative to CATV systems.
   (C)   The company shall demonstrate by instruments or otherwise to subscribers, upon request, that a signal of adequate strength and quality is being delivered. Such demonstration shall be made by taking a standard production state of the art television set with a screen of sufficient area as to clearly demonstrate the relative merit of the delivered signal.
(Ord. 224, passed  - -  )