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Old 09-06-2015, 08:39 AM   #1
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TV A/V Question

We have two TV and three place to hook up TV's. We have inputs in our amplifier for cable and satellite. There are wires tagged going in the Amp as inputs, just don't know where the other end is that I can hook to. I have looked in all the usual places. Model and year in signature
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Old 09-06-2015, 01:32 PM   #2
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I'm not sure that I can help a lot ---- but, here goes nothin, the usual spots for the TV are living area, bedroom and then outside somewhere --- probably on the right side. Do you have an outside entertainment area??

The inputs to your "amplifier" should be labeled on the back of the amplifier?? They aren't labeled??? I would suspect that your "amplifier" may also be a DVD player?? The outputs would go to your living area TV. Have you checked the back??

You'll have a signal booster for your antenna somewhere ---- it'll be a small box about the size of your normal household switch plate and it'll have a small button on it. You use the booster when you want to view over the outdoor antenna. Push the button and a little green light should come on. Without the booster on, you won't be able to tune in any over the air stations. Maybe that's what you're calling an "amplifier".

Do you have a satellite dish?? Where is it ---- portable on a stand or mounted on roof???

I'm guessing you bought this as a pre-owned trailer. Can the prior owner help you??
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