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Old 12-25-2015, 06:31 AM   #11
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Thanks guys...that is exactly what I was looking for!

Two more days 'til I hit the road.


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Old 12-25-2015, 07:05 AM   #12
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OK...found the antenna booster and it was off. Turned it on and now get a number of channels. Thanks everyone!

What is kind of odd is that the booster is part of a plate that is not actually behind the TV (where all of the cabling is) but it is under the TV in a separate compartment in the entertainment center. That compartment has multiple plates with power and auxiliary outlets. The plate with the booster button has two cable connectors that say Auxiliary&AT and TV. There is nothing connected to them. Behind the actual TV all of the cables (4) come out of the wall and go directly to the TV. One is the antenna (white), one is an HDMI cable that goes to the side of the TV, one is a blue cable that goes to an auxiliary outlet on the back of the TV and one is power.

My confusion comes in two ways: If the antenna cable is hooked directly to the TV, how does the booster button effect it? Unless it actually goes to the back of the noted plate, prior to routing to the TV. Also, when I hook up cable at a campground do I need to hook up, or change any, cabling inside the TT? Currently I have a white cable that goes to an antenna connection on the back of the TV. When I hook up to the cable, how will that connection be recognized by the TV?

This may seem rudimentary to most, and I have never had an issue in my homes but I want to be clear when I arrive down south next week.

Thanks again, gang.
Mike ,sounds like you want to know how and why all wires Go and Do! If you get bored down South,just remove your Radio and start Chasing Wires! Youroo!!
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Old 12-25-2015, 07:40 AM   #13
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youroo, how did you get my PC cables??????
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Old 12-25-2015, 08:50 AM   #14
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You know, with all the effort the factory goes to to make these 'ultra lites', instead of using Luan for cuboard floors, make these thicker and cut down on wire WASTE!

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