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Old 09-27-2017, 02:06 PM   #1
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Bedroom TV antenna?

Hi All, I just installed a LED TV in the bedroom. Question is I can't dial in any local channels but I can on the main TV that came with Trailer. I have 3 coax connections on the Aerolite 242. Are they all supposed to be wired to a splitter that goes to antenna? Or is it just the main TV?
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Hi All, I just installed a LED TV in the bedroom. Question is I can't dial in any local channels but I can on the main TV that came with Trailer. I have 3 coax connections on the Aerolite 242. Are they all supposed to be wired to a splitter that goes to antenna? Or is it just the main TV?
All the TV's in my unit are wired together through a splitter located just above the switch for the amplifier. In my case, the main amp connection is right above the TV in the bedroom. I only get local off air channels on that TV unless I install another cable box.
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