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Old 10-20-2013, 11:28 AM   #11
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Thanks Herk! The tech from the cable company came out and put a meter on the cable and the signal was very poor(probably due to a splitter, which has been mentioned before) On the back of my 5th wheel I have 3 inputs for coax 2 separate inputs for satellite and one for park cable. Being that my entertainment center is at the rear of the trailer I suspected/hoped that there was no splitter on the cable labeled "satellite" for that TV. Out of desperation I suggested that we check that cable and see how signal was, which he did and it was good. So I asked if it was possible to, on the outside inputs on the trailer, to jump the park cable and satellite inputs using a splitter. To make the rest of this short, the tech was like yeah... that should work and it did and that's what I got. Kind of rigged up but not bad... it works and I don't have any new holes in the trailer or cable running through a window and across the floors so I'm happy. Thanks for everybody's input and help. I appreciate it.

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