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One receiver, 2 tv's how do I hook them both up andyes i know I will have to watch same channell on both

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  • martinebangs Oct 14, 2008

    what the **** is a spitter, do you mean splitter?

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How in the world you ever got a job at this is beyond understanding...........you're the ****. And the proper spelling is "tried" ,..get an education and and pull your head out of your ***....****

Posted on Oct 15, 2008

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Spitter maby booter in with it 1 in 2 out spliter off dish box k radio shack 3 bucks

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    nick helpap Oct 14, 2008

    2 way splitter du cox cable splitter re vote me bfore i help u anymore

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    nick helpap Oct 15, 2008

    thx alot if u dont know how to use 2 way spliter from radio shack good luck we tryed u moron

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