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Old 11-21-2015, 09:01 PM   #1
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2014 White Hawk 29REKS TV splitter

Does anyone know the location of the TV splitter on a 2014 White Hawk 29REKS? I'm trying to get a Tailgater to work, but when I hook it up to the Cable/Sat connection I don't get a signal. From everything that I've read, it sounds like a splitter getting in the way.
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There are a couple of different configurations for the rear of that TT, but on our 2015 with the fireplace/mantle option, the splitter was right behind the cable outlet on the right side (when looking at it) of the fireplace. That said, the following URL links to a thread that is a great reference on how to hook up satellite: https://www.jaycoowners.com/forums/f3...srl-19274.html
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Rob/Kelly - Thanks for the information. I'll give that a try once it warms up a little bit!
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Rob/Kelly - Thanks for the information. I'll give that a try once it warms up a little bit!
The cable/sat input is on the plate with 2 connectors [one above the other]. The top one is the cable input. Run a jumper from that connector to the the input on your receiver. Then run a HDMI from the receiver output directly to your TV if that is the only set you want to feed the sat signal to. If you want to feed the the internal coax in theTT, run a short coax from the receiver back to the bottom connector on the plate. You will then need to connect a coax from the ant plate [with the ant power button off] to the main tv.

Plug in your receiver and turn on the tv and the tailgater should do its thing.

note: your TT probably came with a short u shaped jumper wire connecting the upper and lower on the plate. Leave the jumper hooked up if you are connecting your TT to a CG cable. That will feed the signal into the internal wiring and feed cable to all of your TV's.
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