The cable company put a non watertight splice in the cable when they came and buried the cable across the yard. Didn't realize that until the first rain storm and the internet went out. They fixed that and put a box on the house but didn't slope the cable down coming out of the house for a drip loop so I moved the box slightly and had to bend the cables around. The previous installer ran the larger cable into the house so was dealing with two large cables (RG11?) in the box connected to a grounding block. Had to make some fairly tight bends and now the internet is out again. One end of the cable in is their pedestal which requires a special key so haven't been able to open it. Bend radius is about 2.5inches I am guessing. Probably messes with the impedance some but I doubt it would short out. Are the short bends enough to cause problems?