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Simple poor signal if you have loose ends
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Simple poor signal if you have loose ends
I put in a service call due to poor signal, I had two loose ends in the house where tv boxes used to be. The tech saw there was a low signal level. Then the tech gave me two of the connectors below and I placed them on the lines, problem fixed. Connector is a coax to coax, simple little thing.

[Image: f-type-female-to-female-coaxial-barrel-coupler.jpg]

If you have loose ends in your house that are unused, this could be your fix for those who do experience signal loss. If you don't have loose ends, then you probably need an amp. Best of luck to you

I know many of you probably know this or don't have these type of issues but if this post helps anyone, then it was worth it!
(This post was last modified: 23-06-2014, 10:58 PM by random4102.)
23-06-2014, 10:57 PM
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