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Old 05-10-2016, 09:25 PM   #1
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2015 Georgetown 378XLF TV splitters

We have a 2015 Georgetown 378XLF. It has a TV in the Family Room, another in the Bed Room, a third outside just behind the Family Room TV and an outlet in the compartment next to the door.

Our TV reception has been horrible since the day we bought it. We managed to track the problem down to a bad wiring job at Forest River. We reached inside the side panel of the TV in the Family Room, found a splitter and as we held it a certain way, the TV reception cleared up. We had to remove the fireplace to get to the splitter. We cut off the ends of all three cables and reinstalled better cable connectors so the connections are now solid and that TV is now working well. We assume that the outside TV is the other side of that splitter. Have not checked that yet. The Bedroom TV still has a weak signal and we have no idea where that splitter is. Does anyone know the wiring of that unit and where we might start looking for that splitter?

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Old 05-11-2016, 04:17 AM   #2
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Typically replacing all ends will help reception. As for the splitters go, start tracing from where you know and look behind cabinets, pull drawers, underneath, etc.

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