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Old 06-21-2014, 04:28 PM   #1
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Park cable TV hookup

Help I have a new, first trip, 2014 Newmar Canyon Star 3650. I am trying to find where the cable booster switch is located. I get great antenna reception but something is interfering with the park cable coming in. From the forum it sounds like I need to switch off my antenna booster but can not find the switch

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The switch is usually part of the box where the TV attaches to the input inside the rig. Mine is right next to the cable port and when it is on there is a green light next to it. And yes, the park cable will not work with the booster on, nor will the antenna work with it off. It is possible you have another transfer switch in the same area, that will also need to be used. I have one on my present unit, but did not on my previous rig.
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Found it on the wall beside the passenger chair about 6 inches off the floor, go figure.
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