Originally Posted by cgarrett
No it never worked!
In the past, I installed a 30 amp RV outlet on the outside of my garage. As long as I was running romex electrical cable, I ran a line of coax also. So I have both electric and cable tv sources on the end of my garage to plug my camper into. The cable tv outlet was of great help when I had to troubleshoot the messed up install of the oem antenna amplifier.
I hooked the cable tv from the garage up to the inlet jack on the left rear corner of the camper. Then I disconnected all the coax cables at the oem antenna booster. Then I proceeded to try each of them in turn, connecting them to the tv until I found one that supplied a cable tv signal to the camper's television. Once I had the cable source line identified, I labeled it.
Then I hooked the outside cable tv source to the output jack under the awning. Again I tried the different coax cables until I found the one that provided a cable tv signal to the camper's tv. Again I labeled it.
By this point, I'm running out of coax cables. By tugging and moving the remaining 2 coax cables I was able to determine which one went to the RV's tv. Then, since it was the only one left, the last one had to be from the antenna.
Once I had all the coax cable routing figured out, hooking them up to the appropriate connectors on the new Winegard antenna amplifier was easy.