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Old 08-13-2016, 10:32 PM   #11
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No, I dumped the batwing and added a King 2 years ago. It greatly increased the reception of more received channels, especially in more remote areas.
At that time though I only had one TV in the TT so I don't know if that affected the back TV reception or not.

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Old 08-14-2016, 04:28 AM   #12
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You indicated you have 3 TV outlets. The main, the bedroom and an outside outlet. Not to confuse that outside outlet with the cable/satellite input. 3 TV outlets. Correct?

In your missing channels are they randomly missing or, as I suspect, they will cut off at a certain channel as the channel number increases?

I think there must be a splitter feeding the bedroom and outside. Can you locate that splitter? I would start by replacing it. You can get amplified splitters as well.

Let us know how this shakes out.
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No, I dumped the batwing and added a King 2 years ago. It greatly increased the reception of more received channels, especially in more remote areas.
At that time though I only had one TV in the TT so I don't know if that affected the back TV reception or not.

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Is all wiring RG-6 or RG-58 or a combination of both?
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Old 08-15-2016, 08:26 PM   #14
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You indicated you have 3 TV outlets. The main, the bedroom and an outside outlet. Not to confuse that outside outlet with the cable/satellite input. 3 TV outlets. Correct? Yes correct..3 for TVs.In your missing channels are they randomly missing or, as I suspect, they will cut off at a certain channel as the channel number increases? Yes, they cut off after the first half of the channels on the higher numbers.
I think there must be a splitter feeding the bedroom and outside. Can you locate that splitter? I would start by replacing it. I have already replaced the splitter as I mentioned in first message in thread.You can get amplified splitters as well.

Let us know how this shakes out.
[COLOR="red"]Sure will. Thanks.
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Is all wiring RG-6 or RG-58 or a combination of both?
Beats me...whatever Jayco installed. Sorry.

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