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No Signal I connected the cable to Ant-A but am getting no signal just static, PIP gets a very weak signal on Ant-A. It won't store channels in memory. DVD works on Input-1 but no signal from cable on Ant-A or Ant-B?

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I connected the cable to Ant-A, then connected a short cable from the out loop to Ant-B. Works fine. Didn't have a manual, had no idea.

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