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Old 10-05-2015, 01:06 PM   #1
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Question Abundance of Coax

I have an 08 Sea Breeze and I have about 600 ft. (exaggerated) of coax from and old satellite system, and other switch boxes and such. I have finally figured out how to hook up my "tail gaiter" and cable/ant. I have 2 outside connections 1 right 1 left. The one one the left goes to my sat, cable connections. what is the one on the right for. Also, can I upgrade to a more up to date ant. switch that allows a loop to connect both front and rear tv's.
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The one on left rear is for campground cable in. The right should be for an outside set. There is a selector box that has 3 inputs and 3 outputs so you can put local or sat or cable in to any or all sets.
I just redid mine finally got all three inputs working and can watch any on all three outputs. I have been fighting mine for 2 years finding hidden splitters and cables to nowhere. Your 2008 should be similar to my 2006.
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Old 10-06-2015, 03:21 PM   #3
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I used a splitter for the cable. Thanks for the info on the right connector. The splitter allows me to use both the back and front tv,s. But i still have a mess of cables in the front. I use a "Tail Gater" for my Sat.. I will have to get another receiver for the bedroom. Where did you find the 3 connectors?
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Go to Amazon website and search rv tv selector they have several different ones.
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