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Old 08-17-2016, 05:50 AM   #11
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Originally Posted by mjlaupp View Post
Your test results are correct. There could be a DC blocking capacitor in one side of the coax splitter(s) as well as there is one in the antenna amp. This is to prevent the 5 volt Dc antenna amplifier current from getting to the TV and will show open on the Pin-Pin test.

This is good to hear and I won't mess with anything unless cable tv isn't working the first time we try it. If I do have problem I'll use the AUX connection into a splitter then to each TV.

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Old 08-17-2016, 07:08 AM   #12
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In my 2016, I found connections loose behind the wall plate, and at the splitter to the bunk room and bedroom TVs. Cable would work on main TV, but broke up on the others.
I also found lots of campgrounds have very low cable signal. (Split too many times). I am going to purchase a single port amp to take with me to amp the signal into the camper if needed. They are only $20 or so.

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