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Topic # 116478 30-Apr-2013 15:34
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Can anyone help us, we have a 32" built-in free-view TV and brought a UHF aerial with a non shielded box attached which also came with a power injector power pack and need to know how to set it all up, what goes where. We are not using a decoder.

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  Reply # 808058 30-Apr-2013 15:39
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Elaborate, are you talking about an indoor or outdoor antenna.??




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  Reply # 808062 30-Apr-2013 15:51
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An outdoor aerial.

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  Reply # 808064 30-Apr-2013 15:54
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Provide a link to the product.




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  Reply # 808068 30-Apr-2013 16:05
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Where are you located - is there UHF freeview available in your area?

It sounds like you have a masthead Amplifier - is it already attached to the antenna? By the sounds of it, it is, so you just need to install the antenna, point it towards the transmitter (point it the same way as all of your neighbours usually), run the Coax RG6 cable to where you need it inside, put the correct plugs on the end, connect it to the power injector, then run a shorter flylead from the power injector to the TV. Should be all fine (plug in and power up the injector).



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  Reply # 808141 30-Apr-2013 17:43
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Problem is solved thanks. Got it working.

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