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Old 05-23-2016, 11:22 PM   #1
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TT cable connector

I have a new TT and it has a cable connector on outside of trailer, how do I set this up when I get to a campground that has cable,
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I have a new TT and it has a cable connector on outside of trailer, how do I set this up when I get to a campground that has cable,
Buy a 10 to 25 ft RG59 cable available at Walmart, Amazon, Radio Shack, and others, and run it from the connector on the TT to the pedestal in the campground if they provide cable. You probably have a A-B switch inside the TT to switch from cable to the TV antenna atop your TT. Switch it to the CABLE position and enjoy.
Safe travels and enjoy that new TT.
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No A/B switch on mine. I just make sure signal amplifier is off when plugged into cable.
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Old 05-24-2016, 06:56 AM   #4
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Re: TT Cable COnnector

I do not have an A/B switch either, so hook up the cable to the trailer and then you will probably need to set up the television itself. For us I had to go to press the setup button on the remote control unit, select cable and then the television should automatically began scanning for channels.

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