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I can not install the Philips RG6 quad shield compression connectors onto the Philips RG6U cable. There does not appear to be enough of an opening in the connector to allow the dielectric to fit. I need to install 6 cables since the cable co. will not do it due to the unusuall construction of my house. I had no problem using the regular RG6 connectors on some older cables I had run in the basement workshop. I thought using all Philips cable, connectors, compression tools, etc. would work. HELP!!!!!!!! I'd like to get this finished over the Thanksgiving weekend starting Tu. night.

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First, I did not have a projection tv problem. I had a problem with RG6U cable. I solved the problem by having a cable guy sell me some compression ends. No one from FixYa ever contacted me, so I took matters into my own hands. I'm sure I would have heard back if I subscribed to your service.

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