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Old 02-26-2019, 10:30 AM   #1
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Hooking Up TV Antanea in 2018 30 Classic

We are both technologically challenged. Weve been sitting for several months and during that time we had to install a cable box to be compatible with the local service. Were now ready to travel again. We know we unhook the coax from the wall and reattach the antanea wire and unplug the power to the cable box (and wireless). Is there any other coax we need to reattach for service to be returned? There are so many cables and wires behind that thing its a rats next.
Motorhomes were our choice for 40 years and decided to get rid of the stress and experience more flexibility in travel.
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Old 02-26-2019, 10:49 AM   #2
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The answers you seek are on page 5-14 of your manual. Summarizing, replace the cable from the wall to the antenna input of your TV and press the button on the wall plate so that the LED on the plate is on.

Then on each TV, press the source button on the remote until it says antenna. Now, on each TV, go into the menu and find something like "broadcast" and set it for "antenna" or "off-air" or something similar but not "cable". If there is an option for "digital", select that. Then scan for signals. If you are close enough to some broadcast towers you should get results.

If you antenna can be pointed, point it toward the closest metropolitan area.

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