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Old 09-16-2012, 11:49 AM   #11
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I have one of the wildwood trailers that also doesn't have the cable hook up. We live in ours full time and have directv. I also got the flat connectors and ran them in the rear storage doors. I drilled a hole in the rear cabinet fed the cable up to the antenna jack in the rear bedroom with a splitter. This fed the living room tv with a signal and we use 2 receivers and it works great. And it looks really clean. Just be sure you don't power up your antenna while your hooked to the dish.

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