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Old 06-11-2018, 11:59 PM   #1
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Tv cables diagram

Have a 2007 sea breeze. Looking for diagram for the coaxial cables for the tv. I have 2 boxes with2/3 push buttons, one at each tv. Having problems getting each tv to work with antenna and when rv park cable is connected to my rv. Any help appreciated

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I can't help with a wiring diagram, but often getting cable into an RV is stopped by leaving the rooftop antenna booster on. The booster will interfere with the cable signal.
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We purchased a sea breeze last year. The previous owner had unhook the tv switch box next to the main TV that controlled everything. We had a heck of a time getting the Cable lines VS the Antenna lines figured out for both TV's.

Just a little advice, I carried the TV outside and hooked directly to the cable coax connection and programmed it outside. Then I carried it back inside and just started trying coax cables until the channel came in. If it is not programmed, you won't know if it works or not.

Same thing for the antenna channels. But I had to try cable by cable inside and then program it with each cable. Once I got it programmed, I took the TV to the bed room and started connecting until the programmed channel came in. Make sure you label them somehow once you do figure them out so that you are not dealing with this issue the next time.
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Old 06-26-2018, 12:59 PM   #4
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You might want to get one of these





It allows you to "map" up to 4 different cables from end to end. Place the colored cap on one end, and connect the control to the other. Whichever cable the control is connected to will be shown by the appropriate led lighting up next to the color dot.
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You can also ground out the ends of the cables one at a time. Then use a continuity tester to see witch cable you are trying to find. I used a wire with clips on it and hooked them up to the wire coming out the center of the cable and cap that you screw on your connection. Now check for continuity. The cable you find that does have continuity is the grounded out cable that you are looking for.
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That’s a great tool for my problem. Thanks so much
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