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Old 09-18-2019, 06:55 PM   #1
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The bunk Televisions will not auto tune to the cable signals, I thought maybe it might be a problem with the multi channel but the service writer said it is most likely a splitter problem and that it would require taking walls down and about 3-4 hours shop time at $450 to $350. Has any one had experience tracing this down?
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The bunk Televisions will not auto tune to the cable signals, I thought maybe it might be a problem with the multi channel but the service writer said it is most likely a splitter problem and that it would require taking walls down and about 3-4 hours shop time at $450 to $350. Has any one had experience tracing this down?

Lift the board of the bottom bunk, look on the right side, you should see the cables coming from the 2 TVs, follow them you may find the splitter in there bunched with the other cables and power wires.
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Lift the board of the bottom bunk, look on the right side, you should see the cables coming from the 2 TVs, follow them you may find the splitter in there bunched with the other cables and power wires.
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Thanks, I'll check this out when I get it back from the shop (other issues ).
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my Palazzo bunkhouse is the same, the splitter is behind the lower drawers, under the bunks - I can remove my drawers to see it, or remove the whole bunk mattress and plywood base piece, either way...

but, I also have a splitter under the kitchen cabinets, which was my culprit, as the movement of the slide had created a 'pinched' area where it was not really enough room for all of these coax cables to remain 'still' and keep a good connection.


No walls need to be 'moved'....whatever that even means.
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my Palazzo bunkhouse is the same, the splitter is behind the lower drawers, under the bunks - I can remove my drawers to see it, or remove the whole bunk mattress and plywood base piece, either way...

but, I also have a splitter under the kitchen cabinets, which was my culprit, as the movement of the slide had created a 'pinched' area where it was not really enough room for all of these coax cables to remain 'still' and keep a good connection.


No walls need to be 'moved'....whatever that even means.
Service writer told me the splitters were behind the walls.
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If your bedroom TV tunes & your bunks don't, it is most likely the splitter located under the bottom bunk. You'll probably find a frayed wire touching on the inside of the connector on the input coax.
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