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Old 01-14-2015, 02:11 PM   #1
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Does anyone else have trouble with their TVs? We can get great reception on the main one in livling area, but when on satellite, the bedroom TV is fuzzy. Can't even watch it. We think it might be in the wiring.......somewhere we can't get to.
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Old 01-14-2015, 06:01 PM   #2
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What Georgetown do you have?

sinkorswim has posted a tv wiring diagram from Iggy in the Photo Gallery.
It's for a 2012 378 but which should be close yours.

TV_Wiring_Diagram - My Photo Gallery

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Old 01-14-2015, 06:02 PM   #3
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Does anyone else have trouble with their TVs? We can get great reception on the main one in livling area, but when on satellite, the bedroom TV is fuzzy. Can't even watch it. We think it might be in the wiring.......somewhere we can't get to.
On dual LNB Satellite dish with 2 outputs and must have a receiver for each TV like in your house.
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Does anyone else have trouble with their TVs? We can get great reception on the main one in livling area, but when on satellite, the bedroom TV is fuzzy. Can't even watch it. We think it might be in the wiring.......somewhere we can't get to.
Have read where the splitter used for rear and outside tv are cheap quality and will not pass sat grade signals. Located in the DVD cabinet over the pass seat. Located behind the false rear panel, remove outlets gain access to wiring and spitter is low ln hollow wall.
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Old 01-14-2015, 11:01 PM   #5
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It could be the switch selector box is miss wired. Check to make should all wires are in the correct input/output spot.


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Miswired

Thanks, but that would mean we had never had TV in the bedroom, and we have, just not this trip. Soooooooooooo, it would appear something just got jiggled loose.
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Thanks, but that would mean we had never had TV in the bedroom, and we have, just not this trip. Soooooooooooo, it would appear something just got jiggled loose.
The drawing from post two shows a 4 way splitter. That will pass cable signal for your bedroom but may not pass satillite also.
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05 geotown xl 375ts just removed old tv (70 lbs) thanks to FROG for instructions now replaceing with led tv 14 lbs could use cabinet diag and front roof diags
to raise cabenits back to ceiling TY
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JuJu,
I just noticed your avatar...my wife and I were just there yesterday! We spent 2 wonderful days and 1 slightly intoxicated night in Key West.
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Assuming your unit is wired as show on the FR TV wiring provided on post #2, and local stations (off air) are okay on bedroom TV then it would appear a TV problem not a wiring problem. Check settings.
If local stations are not OK then the problem would must likely be the cable connections between the Bedroom TV and the splitter or the splitter itself
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