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Old 06-05-2015, 08:43 AM   #11
Join Date: Oct 2013
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Originally Posted by chasbo70 View Post
It is my experience that most rv campgrounds only offer analog signals on their cable outlets, not even SD. Therefore, the picture will not be good. There is an Android app "TV Antenna Helper" that locates local signals for you and will help you point your antenna. Your over-the-air channels will be SD or HD and provide a much better picture.
Thanks Chasbo 70, I did find the app on Google Play. Next trip out we'll use it. Going fishing at the end of this month. It'll be nice to have a better tv at night.

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Old 06-10-2015, 02:48 PM   #12
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I had the same issue with my 2011 Georgetown 327DS and came to the conclusion that it was caused by the 4-way splitter between the input selector switch (ant/cable/sat) and the TVs in the unit. My "no-modifications" solution was to add an amplifier from Radio Shack at the output of the input selector box. The boosted signal, after the splitter now has enough strength to usually give a good picture. Some RV parks still have poor signals because their equipment is old, misinstalled, has bad connections or a number of other problems.


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Old 06-10-2015, 09:18 PM   #13
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Thanks everyone for your help. I finally found a tiny black button in one of the overhead cabinets that seems to switch from over the air TV to cable TV and now cable TV comes in fairly well. This button was not discussed at the delivery inspection and isn't in any of the manuals but my issue is resolved.

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