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Old 06-07-2015, 04:28 AM   #1
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Satellite TV Question

2015 Jayco 33RLDs

The tech from the Satellite TV came to the trailer today to hook up the TV. He moved the TV out to get at the connections. There were two plates inside. One had 2 nipples with a jumper for connecting RG6 cable to. The other I am asuming was for the TV antenna. Can someone tell me if you take the jumper off the two nipples, where they lead. One is a connection that comes from the RG6 nipple on the backside of the Trailer, does the other go to the bedroom. Would like to put a Receiver in the bedroom. There doesn't seem to be much room on the wall for a TV and Receiver. Just wondering if there is a way to hook it up without making it look to ugly. Tks in advance for the help. pics would be nice


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Old 06-07-2015, 06:04 AM   #2
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The a/b connectors are for connecting satellite or cable to your TV. When they are connected together it carries the cable signal to all TVs. If you disconnect them and run the A to your receiver, you then run an hdmi cable from your receiver direct to the back of your TV. That gets you satellite signal on the one TV. Still have regular TV signal to all TV's. Just have to have them jumpered together to receive cable to all TV's.


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Old 06-07-2015, 06:25 AM   #3
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I had the same thing. The Dish guy put his meter on all the nipples ,and only one was OK to hook up to from the side satellite/cable connector.
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