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Old 11-08-2010, 04:21 PM   #1
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TV Question

I purchased a '07 Keystone Laredo. My problem that there are two TVs. The large one is in the living room; behind it is a wall plate with a coax connecter, and another with 120v outlets. The second TV is in the bedroom. It has a wall plate with outlets and another with two coax connecters. One is marked TV the other is AUX/SAT. Outside are two separate coax connecters. One is marked TV, the other is marked SAT.
Are both TVs able to receive the dish? How do I receive a signal from the antenna? I want to be able to view cable, dish, and antenna on both TVs.

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Old 11-08-2010, 05:13 PM   #2
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As long as things have not changed from mine, the Sat cable outside is connected to both sat jacks inside. The Cable is also connected to both cable jacks inside. Mine has plate behind the tv in the living area with a cigarette lighter socket and the tv cable, in order to watch the signal from the antenna there is a small black button on this plate that when pushed it turns on the booster for the antenna and lights a a small red led on the plate. This switches the cable feed to the antenna feed. Antenna signal now comes through the cable jacks at both tv's.

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Old 11-08-2010, 05:26 PM   #3
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TV Jacks

Thanks for the info, I only see a single jack behind the TV in the living room. I look again.
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