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Old 01-22-2015, 09:09 AM   #1
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TV's and reception

I have a 338RETS which is prewired for 3 sets, one in the living area, one in the BR, and one outside. When I went to purchase and do the PDI, I took the dealer a 19" LCD flat screen and mounting bracket, and they mounted it for me. The TV that came with the unit in the living area gets about 10-12 stations, but the BR TV when I run the auto scan only finds 3 stations? I'm not sure if it's the set or the connections, or something in the electronics cabinet which needs to be changed. Does anyone have experience with this type of issue? I probably have something I need to do in the electronics cabinet, but I can't find good troubleshooting in the manuals, so I thought I'd ask here.


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Old 01-22-2015, 09:29 AM   #2
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Some brands vary, but not by that much. If all things are equal then I would look towards the wiring. Is the jumper correct? Booster on? If possible, try to run the same wire to each TV and run a scan. The more you remove in variables the better you will be at determining the issue.

I had a wire pull from the crimp and made my LR TV fuzzy. Finally figured it out after 2 trips. There is little play in some of the wires which could lead to bad connections from driving.

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