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Old 06-02-2019, 09:35 AM   #1
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Color me stupid but is the coax connection on the plate that has the antenna power switch on it an input or output connection. All the diagrams in the manual merely show it with nothing connected.
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You really need to get your profile setup, include at the least the info of your RV, make, modle, year etc. its difficult to answer questions without that info.
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Color me stupid but is the coax connection on the plate that has the antenna power switch on it an input or output connection. All the diagrams in the manual merely show it with nothing connected.
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I have a coax connector behind the TV in the living area/galley. It's next to the switch for the OTA or rear cable in feed from the rear electrical bay. I think it's a feed in, from a satellite dish to a sat receiver's dish in connection, either from the extra coax connector in the electrical bay at the outside/rear of my Navion, or from the rooftop satellite dish approximate location, or both. Either way, I'm pretty sure it's an inbound feed from outside, and probably satellite related. I'll get around to figuring it out one of these days.
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Color me stupid but is the coax connection on the plate that has the antenna power switch on it an input or output connection. All the diagrams in the manual merely show it with nothing connected.
I use that connection for WiFi connection at long term stays in parks that supply your own Router and code not sharing whole park on one signal. Router plugs into power and system powers from the cable input. Works great
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It is an output for set one from the amplifier. I just installed one.
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