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Old 06-15-2015, 05:33 AM   #1
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Cable labels for antenna, satellite, and cable TV

Do I need to contact Fleetwood about the labels on the cables in my 2000 Bounder, or does someone here have a resource that can tell me what the codes stand for? Why they did not just label them with, cable input, or output to rear TV.....I don't understand.

I did use a multi-meter to figure out the cables that run from the cable input to the front splitter, and the cable that leads to the back TV, but the satellite dish and roof antenna aren't so easy to access.

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What do the labels say? Maybe we can guess?
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Ever used a tone generator? Can be quite useful for chasing where wires go.
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