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Old 01-27-2020, 07:31 PM   #1
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tv connections

i have a 97 class a motorhome with the original analog tvs and components. im not trying to upgrade or change anything, but it was all disconnected and im trying to figure out how it all gets connected like it was. there is a switch(antenna amplifier?)in the cabinet with a red led light and cigarette lighter, a rf modulator box, a magnadyne switching box, an analog pass through box, and a dvd player. can someone draw me a diagram or tell me where the cables go. I think the rf modulator would be first in line from the amplifier switch?, then the analog pass through,then switch box,dvd? bet if there was a teenager around here they could figure it out!! thanks,roger
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The red light on is the OTA antenna amplifier. It must be off if your on cable.
From the coax connection next to the light is the OTA antenna input.
Everything else depends on what sorts of inpits your TV has.
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both tvs are old analog tvs...the cables going to the switching box are for bedroom tv, front tv,antenna, and outside cable. not sure whats going to the back of the antenna switch, there are 2 cables on the backside. im trying to figure iut what goes from that antenna switch to what? rf modulAtor or anslog passthrough? how was it all hooked up orginally?
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