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Old 03-04-2014, 03:46 PM   #15
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Box Of Many Buttons (BOMB) is the RF/Video director switch box in SOME rv's. it has a row of many buttons

{----TV1----|---VCR---|------TV2 and so on

and in each group
ANT-CABLE-SAT-AUX-VCR-DVD (save for the last two in the VCR section)

On my box there are 22 buttons.. The left most one is POWER (Actually there are 22, there is a smaller 3/4 button for the DVD modulator).

You more likely have the wall plate with the 12 volt outlet, antenna connection, light and switch.. But the same advice to make sure it has 12 volts (the light comes on) applies.
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We recently got a 2000 Springdale and the owner said the antenna didn't work, with some freeing up to get it to go up and turn and learning about the power switch, it works great. We are about 60 miles from Jacksonville fl, or Savannah Ga. and get stations from both. Here's the wall plate with the cable and power switch is in ours ( above the dinette table ) .


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