The other day there was lightning in my neighbourhood, my power did not go out but my rogers pvr, hd receiver and cable modem stopped working. Also the inputs on both my tv's stopped working. I had the tv's repaired and the tv repair guy said that it was due to foreign voltage on the hdmi cables going to the tv. Now rogers replaced the boxes under warranty but I am stuck with 2 broken tvs and the hdmi cables are not working either. A rogers inspector came and noticed the cable splitters were not grounded at the house and a manager came after and is telling me that since the damage was caused by a power surge it is not their problem. Everything in the house is fine except for the things that were plugged to rogers, the stuff even turns on it just has non working inputs. There is no sign of burnt coax cables only 3 non working rogers items that are currently being traced back in order to do an investigation. My questions are... if the coax is not grounded inside thats a big deal right? is that code? also if the boxes did surge (which I am convinced was not buy lightning since my power didnt go out) is it rogers fault? How can I defend myself?? All help is appreciated. Thank you!